Velocity from Vapotherm

Velocity from Vapotherm

Tune in to "Velocity from Vapotherm" to hear conversations with medical professionals, researchers, physicians, respiratory therapists, and other guests about high velocity therapy, a mask-free form of non-invasive ventilation for spontaneously breathing patients.... Show More

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August 31, 2020 48 min

Respiratory Department leaders Shelly Brown from Arkansas, Vernon Druses from New York, and Lenny Nyangwara from Maryland, continue their COVID-19 conversation from our last episode.

Here they touch on relevant issues such as how they've dealt with supply shortages including PPE, and what COVID-19 advice they would give to colleagues who have not yet been hit hard by the pandemic.

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Shelly Brown from Arkansas, Vernon Druses from New York, and Lenny Nyangwara from Maryland are all Respiratory Department leaders.

They share their experiences on how the coronavirus pandemic has impacted their hospitals and clinical practice and discuss treating the respiratory symptoms associated with COVID-19.

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Dr. Louis Philip Rotkowitz is an ER doctor our of Queens, NYC. Like so many other health care professionals, he would find himself fighting COVID-19 as a patient.

In this second part of a two episode series, Dr. Rotkowitz reflects on his experience in a conversation with fellow ER physician, Dr. Kirk Hinkley. 

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Dr. Louis Philip Rotkowitz is an ER doctor our of Queens, NYC. Like so many other health care professionals, he would find himself fighting COVID-19 as a patient.

In this episode, Dr. Rotkowitz reflects on his experience in a conversation with fellow ER physician, Dr. Kirk Hinkley. 

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Dr. David Farcy is Chairman of Emergency Medicine at one of Florida’s largest hospitals. In this episode of Velocity, from Vapotherm, Dr. Farcy joins Dr. Kirk Hinkley to discuss how Vapotherm high velocity therapy has been used in his hospital during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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April 29, 2020 20 min

In this episode of Velocity, we rejoin a conversation with 5 ED physicians reflecting on their COVID-19 experience. In this breakout, we discuss 2 patient phenotypes presented by Dr. Luciano Gattinoni.

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In this episode of Velocity, we join a conversation with 5. ED physicians as they discuss their experiences with COVID-19 and how patient care has changes as new information and guidelines became available.

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In this first episode of Velocity, we join a conversation with clinicians about options for respiratory care for patients with COVID-19 and transmission risks for health care providers.

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