Introduction


During anaesthesia, capnography provides a rapid and reliable method of detecting life-threatening conditions that affect ventilation and perfusion.

Changes in the shape, height and baseline of the capnograph waveform can supply us with information on both the equipment being used and on the health status of our patients.

Although the device is easy to use, an understanding of the principles of capnography and how the equipment works is necessary to be able to interpret the information that it provides.

The aim of this webinar is to help you understand how, why and what the capnograph is telling you.

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Lucy MacPhee

5 star rating

“Very good. Being able to pause the cause to write notes and relisten has bee very benifical to me. This was a wonderful cpd to enable both new nurses to learn and older nurses to re-familar themselves to capnography. ”

“Very good. Being able to pause the cause to write notes and relisten has bee very benifical to me. This was a wonderful cpd to enable both new nurses to learn and older nurses to re-familar themselves to capnography. ”

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diana wilson

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“Really useful and informative. ”

“Really useful and informative. ”

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Samantha britton

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“Great insure. Learned more than I knew! ”

“Great insure. Learned more than I knew! ”

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Karie Sladen

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“Very informative. Clear and concise.”

“Very informative. Clear and concise.”

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Instructor Bio:

Zara Livingstone RVN NCert A & CC Qualified as a Veterinary Nurse in 2009 at a first opinion practice in the UK before moving on to referral work in Ophthalmology a few weeks after I qualified. During my six years in Ophthalmology my interest in Anaesthesia developed so I went on to achieve my Nurses Certificate In Anaesthesia & Critical Care. I joined Lumbry Park Veterinary Specialists in 2015 as a member of the theatre team and clinical coach.

Zara Livingstone

RVN NCert A & CC