Free Respiratory Care Webinars from Breas

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Breas knows this year has been especially hard for the respiratory care community. As a special thank you, they are offering this free webinar series to help you keep up to date with your CEU credits.

Each webinar is tailor-made for respiratory professionals and can earn you or your colleagues a free CEU credit. Feel free to forward this email to anyone else you think might be interested!

Here’s what’s going on:

etCO2 Monitoring (NEW UPDATE!)
April 9, 2021 – 10:00 am or 2:00 pm US EDT

etCO2 measurement is often called the “ventilation vital sign”.  The applications for this physiologic tool continue to expand ultimately improving patient safety and outcomes.  Join this webinar to explore the indications and clinical utility of end-tidal carbon dioxide (etCO2) monitoring to support decisions related to cardiac and pulmonary function.  Observe various patient uses, capnography waveforms and associated treatments.

COPD and Hospital Readmissions (NEW TOPIC!)
April 16, 2021 – 10:00 am or 2:00 pm EDT

COPD remains one of the most prevalent diseases in the U.S., affecting about 24 million people and is one of the top causes of death each year. Unlike other leading causes, COPD is the only disease that continues to increase, causing a significant burden on our healthcare system and is a leading cause of 30-day hospital readmissions.  Join this webinar to explore, explain and discuss the impact on the patient suffering from COPD receiving non-invasive ventilation, the healthcare system, the current pathway of care, and how a comprehensive monitoring program can have a positive effect on hospital readmission reduction.

Making Pulmonary Rehabilitation a Success (NEW TOPIC!)
April 23, 2021 – 10:00 am or 2:00 pm EDT

Pulmonary rehabilitation is an essential component of the care plan for patients with complex lung diseases like COPD. It aims to control and manage symptoms, optimize exercise capabilities, and reduce the overall cost of hospital expenses by reducing readmissions.  Join this webinar to explore the benefits, indications, and clinical outcomes of an evidence-based, multidisciplinary, and comprehensive approach to managing this high-risk patient population. 

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