Kitsap County is proud to present a Ventilation Summit on May 16 or 17th.
Rusty or new to using a ventilator in the EMS arena?
Learn the in and outs of the Zoll Mentilations machine. We will be discussing why are we using mechanical ventilators and why?
Having a hands-on lab, and finally, a break-out scenario- based on best practices and real-life problems.
Requirements– Providers must attend one difficult airway lab during their certification cycle. Look at your Target solutions credentials to see if you are in need of this course.
Class Enrollment– This class has a limited enrollment of 35 providers per day. Students must sign up for a time slot, PRIOR to attending the lab. Please look at the date tab for more information
Deadline: April 30th
Ventilation Summit will count for either airway lab or your choice hours.
Anticipated Course Dates
The course is being offered on two days May 16 and 17th.
This is to offer the most availability to all paramedics. However, if there is not a minimum of 12 providers on one day, the summit may be combined into the fullest day.
Anticipated Course Topics
Zoll will be presenting the in and out of the ventilation machine.
We will have an additional speaker to cover real-life scenarios and in the field practice.
What it will cover:
- Ventilation didactic (why are we using mechanical ventilators? How do they work? Etc
- Pig Lung Lab
- Scenario-based practice to cover best practices and refresher pieces of the ventilation machine.
Time: This class usually goes from about 8-3ish, with an hour lunch, two 20-30 minute breaks, Q&A, etc.
Kitsap Readiness Center
1211 Carver St
Bremerton, WA 98312
Providers can receive your choice hours or difficult airway course credit, if in attendance for the entire day.
Class enrollment is open