Presentation on theme: "MCC Respiratory Care Student Society Attends. Lectures The students gained a vast range of information and knowledge as listed below: – New Theory – New."— Presentation transcript:
Lectures The students gained a vast range of information and knowledge as listed below: – New Theory – New Ventilator Modes – New Treatments Modalities Exhibiters Bio-One, Inc. Boehringer Ingelheim Borgess Health Cadwell Laboratories Covidien Electromed, Inc. Epocal Masimo Monaghan O.E. Meyer Co. ResMed Corporation Senior Home Health Care Siena Heights University Ikaria
PRESIDENT’S ADDRESS Steve Hamick, BIS, RCP, RRT, AE-C An Inspirational Opening to the Seminar – As a participant, you will explore advances in Respiratory Care, in the fields of Acute Care, Pulmonary Rehab, Neo- Pediatrics, Diagnostics, Sleep and Home Care. The featured presentations exemplify our commitment to excellence by bringing you a blend of science, technology, and industry together for evidence-based, best practices of Respiratory Care. – Our goal is to help you increase your knowledge base and skill level in continuing to provide optimum care for your patients. Our Fall Conference is also a powerful platform for peer networking to strengthen our Respiratory Care community and to standardize best practice.
BRONCHIAL THERMOPLASTY FOR ASTHMA Presented By Michael Simoff, Director, interventional Pulmonology and Bronchoscopy, Henry Ford Medical Center This is a new procedure being performed on patients that meet the criteria for the diagnosis of severe- persistent asthma. During a bronchoscopy, a catheter is inserted into the bronchial airway that when expanded, makes contact with the airway wall. Heated energy is applied to that area to reduce the smooth muscle tissue constriction which in turn allows for easier breathing.
Airway Pressure Release Ventilation APRV AS AN OPEN LUNG TOOL Presented By Rick Zahodnick, PhD, RRT-NPS, RPFT, AE-C This session described the use of airway pressure release ventilation as a ventilatory adjunct in patients suffering from refractory hypoxemia.
RESPIRATORY CLUB TREASURER MELISSA HINMAN LOOKING AT PEDIATRIC LMA ANOTHER VENDOR BOOTH WITH AN ASSORTMENT OF AIRWAY DEVICES
In Summary A total of 5 lectures were attended by the students and advisors. The students were able to see a wide variety of equipment and products in the vendor hall. There was positive interaction and networking. All the students came away with a positive experience from the seminar. Seminar Assignments: The students were given assignments to be completed following attendance of the seminar. – Write 2 papers from the seminar 2 lecture papers or 1 lecture and 1 equipment paper Papers were completed and submitted to the instructor, David Panzlau on September 29 th.
RESPECTFULLY SUBMITTED BY BRENDA MCCOMB PRESIDENT, RESPIRATORY CARE STUDENT SOCIETY We would like to thank all the members of CLEF for providing us with the means and funds for attending the MSRC Fall Conference. The conference gives us the opportunity to meet potential employer's as well as obtaining new and useful information.