Lecture Overview

Brief

Ventilation and perfusion: two different but equally as important concepts involved in assessing respiratory function. Would you know how to differentiate between these functions? This easy-to-understand overview will fill you with confidence for when you next perform a respiratory assessment on your patient.

Educators

Renee Di Giuseppe

Renee Di Giuseppe is a Registered Nurse: critical care. She works in the intensive care unit at a large private hospital in Melbourne and holds a master of health science (critical care). Renee has a great passion for nursing, with experience as a clinical teacher for undergraduate nursing students. She is heavily involved in clinical teaching in the intensive care unit.

Reviews

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9 Total Rating(s)

Very informative

Sabrina Payne
31 Oct 2018

Good explanation and I like the fact that 'the basics' were highlighted.

Wendy Tattam
12 Jun 2018

Learnt a lot

Wilma Barnes
23 May 2018

I just wish there was more, its obvious she kept talking why were we cut short

Kerry Mac
22 Apr 2018

Great info

Kelly Bidlake
19 Apr 2018

good

alisdair Mackenzie
19 Apr 2018

Excellent

Michele Selby
21 Mar 2018

Very good informative dont forget the basics do that first and if you need to aid extra treatment plan as needed respirationq is the one observation i beleive we do poorly

Sue petitt
23 Feb 2018

As our practice engages in attending, frequent Spirometery, i am interested in many aspects of the respiratory system.

Anne Smith (Mudge)
21 Feb 2018

Simple and engaging lecture. Easy to remember points made.

Richelle Ann Panugot
19 Feb 2018