Pulse oximetry: practical applications, limitations & areas of uncertainty
March 09 @ 9:00 am - 10:00 am (New York)
The USAID-funded Sustaining Technical and Analytic Resources (STAR) program in partnership with the University of California San Francisco Institute for Global Health Sciences is hosting this one-hour webinar and live Q&A on “Pulse oximetry: practical applications, limitations & areas of uncertainty.” Register here: https://ucsf.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_024b9CkFQGSS38a5rWDcaQ
Speakers will include:
- Dr. Phil Bickler, Professor of Anesthesiology at UCSF and PI for the Hypoxia Lab which has been a global pioneer in pulse oximetry development, including the accuracy of inexpensive devices and the effects of dark skin pigmentation.
- Dr. Beth Riviello, Assistant Professor of Medicine and Critical Care at Beth Israel Deconness Medical Center and Co-PI for the Kigali Modification of ARDS Study that utilized pulse oximetry in lieu of arterial blood gas analysis for the management of ARDS patients.
- Dr Wangari Waweru-Siika, Aga Khan, Nairobi, Kenya
- Dr Theogene Twagirumugabe, University Teaching Hospital of Butare/University of Rwanda, Co-PI for the Kigali Modification of ARDS Study that utilized pulse oximetry in lieu of arterial blood gas analysis for the management of ARDS patients.
Additional panelists will be joining for the Q&A portion of the webinar.
The session will be live simulcast in English, Español and Français.
In the mean time check out COVID Guidelines Dashboard for the latest recommendations on use of pulse oximetry during COVID19.
English, Español, Français
9:00 am-10:00 am (New York)
Expert Panel, STAR-UCSF OpenCriticalCare TA, Webinar