Intubation and artificial ventilation in acute stroke – when is it needed?
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Learning objectives

After completion of this module the user will be able to: 

1. know the general criteria for intubation in stroke patients.

2. know physiology and parameter settings for mechanical ventilation.

3. understand underlying causes for breathing insufficiencies in stroke patients.

Intubation and artificial ventilation in acute stroke – when is it needed?
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