Satellite Symposium: New Non-invasive COPD Screening of EFL Within Home Therapy
Symposium sponsored by Philips Respironics
Filmed at the ERCA–JIVD 3rd Joint International Meeting, Lyon, France, March 2018
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Peter Calverley, Professor of Respiratory Medicine and Honorary Consultant Respiratory Physician at Aintree Hospitals, Liverpool, UK
Raffaele L Dellacà, Associate Professor, Politecnico di Milano University, Milan, Italy
David White, Chief Scientific Officer, Philips Sleep & Respiratory Care, Denver, CO, US
Robert Romano, Biomedical Engineer at Philips Medical Systems, Philips Home Healthcare Solutions, Pittsburgh, PA, US
1. Introduction and physiology behind expiratory flow limitation (EFL) – Peter Calverley (0:09)
2. Use of forced oscillations to measure lung mechanics non-invasively – Raffaele L Dellacà (16:00)
3. How common is tidal EFL? – Peter Calverley (29:32)
4. …But what about the patient who needs ventilatory support? – Raffaele L Dellacà (40:06)
5. Conclusions – Peter Calverley (53:16)
6. EFL – Reason to believe – Robert Romano (Philips) (55:36)
7. Q&A session chaired by David White (Philips) (1:07:04)
Speaker disclosures: Peter Calverley has nothing to disclose. Raffaele L Dellacà’s institution, Politecnico di Milano University, licensed a patent on the automatic detection of Expiratory Flow Limitation to Philips Respironics. David White and Robert Romano are employees of Philips Respironics.
Filming support: Educational grant from Philips Respironics.
View an interview with speaker Peter Calverley, here.
View an interview with speaker Raffaele L Dellacà, here.
View an interview with meeting chairperson David White, here.
View an interview with speaker Robert Romano, here.
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