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Anatomy and Physiology

APSF: Opioid-Induced Ventilatory Impairment (OIVI)

Basic Hemodynamics

Basic Mechanical Ventilation Curriculum

BIS™ Clinical Educator Program

Brain regional O2 Saturation (rSO2) to Monitor and Manage O2 Supply/Demand Balance

Cardiac Surveillance Monograph

Cerebral Oximetry First Alert White Paper

Clinical Deterioration and Early Warning Scores

Combatting Alarm Fatigue: Updated Management Recommendations

Continuing Education Initiatives in Safe Patient Care

Coronary Artery Bypass Graft (CABG) and Valve Surgeries

Critical Congenital Heart Disease Screening

Direct and Video Laryngoscopy Using the McGRATH™ MAC EDL

Enhanced Direct Video Laryngoscopy

Focus on Cardiac Output

Focus on Shock

Haymarket: Anesthesia Management and Postoperative Delirium: Proactively Targeting the Depth of Sedation

HealthStream®: Advanced Pressure Control Ventilation

HealthStream®: Alarm Management

HealthStream®: Cerebral Oximetry in Adult Cardiac Surgery

HealthStream®: Cerebral Oximetry in Congenital Cardiac Surgery

HealthStream®: Continuous Pulse Oximetry

HealthStream®: Interpretation of Ventilator Waveforms

HealthStream®: Mechanical Ventilator Settings to Optimize Patient-Ventilator Synchrony

HealthStream®: Patient Ventilator Asynchrony

HealthStream®: Respiratory Depression in the Postoperative Patient: Monitoring for Prevention

HealthStream®: Sedation Management of the Mechanically Ventilated Patient in the ICU

HealthStream®: Standards for Capnography during Advanced Cardiovascular Life Support (ACLS)

Innovations in Endotracheal Tube Cuff

Introduction to Capnography

Introduction to Pulse Oximetry

Introduction to Sensors

INVOS™ Adult Cardiac Surgery Clinical Evidence Package

INVOS™ Adult Clinical Educator Program

INVOS™ Aortic Surgery Clinical Evidence Package

INVOS™ Carotid Endoarterectomy Clinical Evidence Package

Monitoring Regional Oxygen Saturation: Assessing the Value of NIRS in Clinical Practice

Optimizing Patient-Ventilator Interaction: Part 1: Reducing Patient-Ventilator Asynchrony

Optimizing Patient-Ventilator Interaction: Part 2

Oxygenation: Principles and Practices

Patient Surveillance and Rapid Response Teams Monograph

Patient Surveillance in Sepsis Monograph

Patient Surveillance on the General Care Floor

Postoperative Respiratory Depression

Pressure Ulcer Monograph

Processed EEG White Paper

Puritan Bennett™ 980 Ventilator Training Curriculum

Puritan Bennett™ 980 Ventilator Training Implementation Guide - Part One

Quick Guide to Coding, Coverage, and Payment for Portable Ventilators

Quick Guide to Coding, Coverage, and Payment for Tracheostomy Tubes and Accessories

Resistance and Compliance

Respiratory Failure

Telementoring Program - INVOS™, PICU-NICU, BIS™

The Use of Spontaneous Breathing Trials to Wean Patients Off Vents Sooner

Understanding Endoscopic Ultrasound-Guided Fine Needle Aspiration and Biopsy (EUS-FNA/FNB)


Today, as the spread of COVID-19 pandemic disrupts life around the world, our mechanical ventilators, respiratory filters, oxygenation machines and pulse oximeters are being used by healthcare professionals on the front lines of this fight. These and other critical medical technologies are helping to sustain life for those coronavirus patients with severe respiratory illness brought on by the virus. 

Technical product support and training is critical for doctors and nurses who want to refresh their knowledge or for those with little experience in care for critically ill patients on the intensive care.

To provide these ICU healthcare professionals what they need to treat patients, to control the infection and to reduce contamination, we have consolidated all relevant product information.

Puritan Bennett™ 980 Ventilator Training

Follow this series of educational training videos and resources to learn about the safe and effective use of the Puritan Bennett™ 980 (PB980) ventilator in a structured curriculum.

IMPACT: Outcome-Based Learning



Respiratory compromise during conscious sedation is a matter of great concern. The delivery of sedatives and analgesics may cause respiratory insufficiency, arrest and even failure, making respiratory compromise a critical perioperative complication.