· Advanced patient Monitoring of Minute Ventilation presents actionable insights to better manage patients with respiratory challenges in critical care and multiple clinical settings
· For patients prescribed opioids – the nursing goal is to prevent patients from experiencing respiratory failure using real time data measuring respiratory status
· “Waiting to Exhale - Minute Ventilation: A New Way to Monitor Breathing” a CEU credited course presented by Dennise Haughton, MSN, ARNP, ACNP-BC, CCRN - in booth 2155
WALTHAM, MA (May 17, 2016) Respiratory Motion, Inc. (RMI) today announced its participation in the 2016 American Association of Critical Care Nurses National Teaching Institute & Critical Care Exposition (http://bit.do/aacn-NTI) taking place May 16-19 in New Orleans, LA. Committed to helping health care organizations meet their biggest respiratory challenges, Respiratory Motion will showcase it’s ExSpiron™ Minute Ventilation Monitor, the first and only non-invasive method of rapidly determining a patient’s respiratory status.