Acute NIV application for hospital setting

This workshop provides participants guidance on acute NIV clinical application. It includes how to select the most relevant interface, ventilator, circuit, and mode to apply to the patient based on their clinical condition. It also provides sessions on initiating NIV, monitoring, waveform interpretation and troubleshooting common issues, and gives key practical tips on NIV management post weaning.

Course information


Prof Amanda Piper




Courtyard by Marriott, Bangkok


Registration Closed

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Course Duration: 

1 day


01:00 pm - 01:30 pm Registration
01:30 pm - 01:40 pm Welcome Speech
01:40 pm - 02:20 pm Acute NIV Application in the Hospital Setting: Ventilators, Interfaces, Circuits, Modes (AVAPS AE), Settings
02:20 pm - 03:30 pm Practical Workshop
03:30 pm - 03:45 pm Coffee
03:45 pm - 04:30 pm Acute NIV Monitoring, Waveform Interpretation, Titration, and Trouble Shooting
04:30 pm - 05:00 pm NIV Management Post Weaning
05:00 pm - 05:20 pm Q&A
05:20 pm - 05:30 pm Closing

About speaker

Prof Amanda Piper

Current Position

Senior Physiotherapist and Manager, Non-invasive Ventilation Services, Royal Prince Alfred Hospital

Clinical Associate Professor, Central Clinical School, Faculty of Medicine, Sydney University

She coordinates the Respiratory Failure Service which is responsible for providing non-invasive ventilation assessment, therapy and follow up for patients with acute respiratory failure. In addition, she supervises the Home Ventilation Program which assesses and manages patients requiring domiciliary ventilation for chronic respiratory insufficiency. Dr Piper has an international reputation in the area of non-invasive ventilation and been an invited speaker for many national and international scientific meetings including the ATS, ERS, APSR, Chest, World Federation of Sleep Medicine and TSANZ. She has been involved in the development and presentation of numerous educational workshops and courses related to the practical aspects of non-invasive ventilation. Dr Piper is an Associate Editor for Respirology, a peer-reviewed respiratory journal for the Asia-Pacific region.