Aspiration Pneumonia, Cardiac Event Monitor unboxed and some Oximeter Magic, and new sensors!
Posted Sep 02 2009 11:00pm
Me with the Conmed Neonatal / Pediatric "Huggables" Electrodes.
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It’s about time I got these videos and pictures up.
Reason things have been so delayed is ASPIRATION PNEUMONIA – PRE CONVERSION (AP/PC)We are keeping a very close eye on everything making sure it does not convert to full blown. I do not think it is swine flu or swine pneumonia as it’s symptoms are the same as my usual AP’s, this one is right on schedule too. I am sick of them, been getting them every 3 months due to poor airway management. A tracheostomy is in the cards according to the doctor, he said he is ready at this point, all I have to do is pick up the phone, go into his office and ask for it. Due to my poor airway management he suggests to do it in the next year or so. The tracheostomy may happen as early as this winter due to respiratory problems caused by winter. stay tuned.
Anyways lets move on, a lot of the stuff you will notice the unboxing pictures are really limited, my apologies. I was more attention on the video camera. Thus for the cardiac monitor unboxing there are limited photos and I highly acclaim the video for its lengthly detailed explanation of the unit and electrodes and system of action. I will be getting another monitor tomorrow in exchange for this one with new programming on it. The new one will auto record if I go below 60 bpm or over 130 bpm and or enter atrial fibrillation, I will get better unboxing photos of that one!