Skip to content

Respect the Hydrogen Ion +


A NEXTGEN LEARNING SPACE DESIGNED TO ELEVATE YOUR AIRWAY PRACTICE

get started

Getting started is as simple as scrolling down or go directly to the content by using the links below👇

IdentificationReversal
VentilationGuided Practice
What’s NextMasterclass
Don’t forget to look for this

The consequences of missing a severe metabolic acidosis in the patient your about to intubate can ce devastating. We discuss what to do here.

Identification

The first goal should be to identify a severe metabolic acidosis BEFORE you intubate and take away your patient’s ability to compensate. Kaussmal breathing is a classic example of respiratory compensation in metabolic acidosis with rapid deep breaths. A rapid respiratory rate without a clear cardio-pulmonary cause should make you wonder…

reverse underlying causes

Coming Soon

Match minute ventilation

In a patient with severe metabolic acidosis you need to match their minute ventilation. What is minute ventilation. Well, I’m glad you asked.

Instructions

  1. Look for this tabletop card
  2. Snap the QR code
  3. Begin your practice

If you’re in one of our pop-up learning spaces or a PAC Live!! event, find this care and, use the multimedia tools for a guided practice training experience.

Don’t forget to engage our faculty coaches for real-time expert feedback.

What’s Next

You could stop here but why would you? Explore all the content on this top by visiting the rest of the posters within this learning installation, including training labs, deliberate practice, and expert coaching stations, or return to the online masterclass for more.

Back to the Top
%d bloggers like this: