Danish HFNC Guidelines and their implications: an update

Dr. Møller Weinreich shares anecdotes and first-hand insights in an interesting presentation that covers current research, the Danish HFT guidelines, and why HFT is useful for different patient groups.
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Key facts



HFT has come a long way since it was first developed to reduce lung stiffness in racehorses. In this engaging webinar, Dr. Møller Weinreich offers a concise overview of the history, benefits and usage of HFT in COPD and other respiratory diseases. She discusses the content and rationale of the Danish guidelines on HFT, covering everything from the choice of prong size and air temperature, to prescription notes, flow correction, patient follow-up and side effects.

As well as reviewing academic research into HFT, Dr. Møller Weinreich focuses on the human side of therapy. She discusses the factors that affect treatment outcomes and patient uptake and offers advice on successfully setting up, titrating and managing new patients.

Register to watch this webinar for a useful overview of the benefits of HFT for COPD and the value of offering treatments that are effective and well-tolerated by patients.


Dr. Ulla Møller Weinreich

Aalborg University Hospital, Denmark

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