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Poznan, Poland

We look forward to welcoming you in Poznan University Hospital in May!

Join us on May 10th - 11th, for an enriching educational experience exclusively designed for nurses, residents, fellows, neonatologists and intensivists who take care of the tiniest patients.

Learning objectives:

  • to gain a comprehensive understanding of the principles behind Neurally Adjusted Ventilatory Assist (NAVA), including how it utilizes diaphragmatic electrical activity (Edi) to synchronize mechanical ventilation with the patient's respiratory efforts.
  • to learn about the clinical scenarios and patient populations in which NAVA may be beneficial, such as premature infants, neonates with respiratory distress syndrome, and those requiring prolonged mechanical ventilation.
  • to learn how to set up and initiate NAVA ventilation, including proper Edi catheter placement, ventilator settings adjustment, and troubleshooting common issues.
  • to develop skills in interpreting diaphragmatic electrical activity signals, and optimizing ventilator settings to achieve optimal patient-ventilator interaction and respiratory support.
  • to learn about weaning strategies and protocols specific to NAVA ventilation, including gradual reduction of ventilator support and assessment of readiness for extubation.

Delve into the fundamentals and intricacies of synchronization of the NICU patient with the ventilator. Gain insights into optimizing weaning strategies and techniques to impact patient outcomes. This event integrates theory and practice, supported by scientific evidence, and presented by experts from Poland, UKI and Finland

Don’t miss the opportunity and pre-register now!

Minimum registration requirements:

  • To ensure meaningful interaction with the presented content, participants are required to possess a minimum of one year experience in working with Edi monitoring and NAVA and a solid understanding of its principles.
  • Registration is open to individuals residing within Europe, CEE (Central and Eastern Europe) and MEA (Middle East and Africa) regions.

Event details

Poznan, Poland

Poznan University Hospital