Respiratory Support in Non-intubated Child with Respiratory Failure
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Was organized and easy to follow  
Met the objective(s)  
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TRAINER
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Knows and understands the topic  
Was well organized and prepared  
Was clear and easy to follow  
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This was a quality CME activity and met the following objectives:
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Understand the physiologic benefits and practical applications of heated humidified high flow nasal cannula in children (HFNC)  
Understand the physiologic benefits and practical applications of continuous or bilevel pressure support in children (CPAP or BiPAP)  
Understand the indications, benefits and risks of applying HFNC, CPAP or BiPAP to critically ill children with respiratory failure  
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Please Rate the Following Statements
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This CME activity will favorably influence my ability to practice medicine as a leader, teacher and researcher  
The program clearly indicated whether or not this CME activity received commercial support  
I observed no overall commercial bias in this educational session  
I would definitely recommend this CME activity to my colleagues  
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