Invasive ventilation is used when it is thought that the patient may have a life-threatening lung infection. In these cases, the patient is placed on a ventilator to help them breathe.
When Should You Escalate To Invasive Ventilation?
When ventilating an area with high levels of CO2, it is important to use an escalation method. This is a step-by-step guide to using a higher air pressure to improve ventilation.
The escalation method is shown in the following diagram:
When using an escalation method, it is important to start with a lower air pressure and work up to a higher pressure. The higher pressure will help to improve ventilation and reduce the amount of CO2 that is being released.
When Do You Use Invasive And Non Invasive Ventilation?
When you need to control the level of ventilation in your room, either invasively or non invasively.