Brady Scott PhD(c), MSc, RRT, RRT-ACCS, AE-C, FAARC, FCCP
Associate Professor, Director of Clinical Education, Rush University
Brady Scott is an associate professor and director of clinical education for the respiratory care program at Rush University in Chicago. He has been a respiratory therapist for more than 19 years, with clinical practice experience in adult emergency/critical respiratory care. He has lectured at regional, state, national, and international conferences on various respiratory care topics. His research interests include simulation-based education and emergency/critical respiratory care.
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Placing patients with ARDS in the prone position improves oxygenation and mortality. This lecture will describe the physiologic rationale and general management of patients placed in the prone position. Evidence supporting the use of prone positioning in ARDS will also be discussed.
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