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MAQUET Medical Systems USA has developed educational modules to provide clinicians worldwide with information regarding mechanical ventilation including support tools to help improve outcomes using NAVA® and SERVO Ventilators.


To receive a certificate of completion  
  • Complete the eLearning Module Program
  • Complete contact information
  • Complete the Post Test
  • Complete the Course Evaluation
  • A grade of 80% or higher will automatically generate a certificate on your screen
  • Print a hard copy of your certificate and save for your records
Program Viewing Requirements

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NAVA MODULE PROGRAM

Program Objectives: Define the fundamental physiologic background of Neurally Adjusted Ventilatory Assist (NAVA). Provide instruction regarding the correct selection and positioning of the Edi catheter. Outline NAVA Mode managment and discuss the influence of unloading the diaphragm with various support levels. Provide patient case examples of Edi monitoring and NAVA ventilation during various stages of ventilatory support.

All modules must be viewed in order (1 through 6). At the end of module 6 (NAVA Patient Cases) you will take the Post Test and complete the Course Evaluation.

1.NAVA Basics Module
2.NAVA Mode Module
3.NAVA Set-up Module
4.NAVA Management Module
5.NAVA Weaning Module
6.NAVA Patient Cases Module

Upon completion of NAVA Modules 1 through 6, click here to sign-in and take the Post Test and Course Evaluation.

SERVO MODULE PROGRAM

1.SERVO-i, Setting up the ventilator

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