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A passion for business and a passion for people—this along with an entrepreneurial spirit and drive has lead down a lifelong path of helping others, pursuing business ideas, and striving to create win-win situations in every part of life.

Monitoring Breathing in the Sedated Patient

It’s important to know if your patient—sedated or not—is adequately ventilating. But as you know, at a certain level of sedation, the natural drive to breathe can be inhibited. So it’s critical to pay close attention to a patient’s breathing when he/she is sedated.