Mechanisms of nasal high flow
This Fisher & Paykel Healthcare Evening Symposium from Sleep Week 2020 takes an in-depth look at humidified nasal high flow oxygen.
This session covers the three key mechanisms of Nasal High Flow (NHF) - respiratory support, hydration and oxygen presented through an educational tool which the presenter has developed and widely used. Stanislav Tatkov joined Fisher & Paykel Healthcare in 2007 and is involved in Research and Development of high flow systems. His research interests cover respiratory physiology and chronic respiratory diseases. He obtained his MD and PhD degrees in Russian State Medical University, Moscow. Prior to joining Fisher & Paykel Healthcare he researched mucociliary transport and the role of humidification on mucus transport velocity at Massey University, New Zealand.
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