High Velocity Therapy was an important part of Emergency Medicine and Critical Care Physicians and Clinicians respiratory support armamentarium during the COVID pandemic. This resulted not only in a great increase in the awareness and use of the therapy for acute hypoxemic respiratory distress, but also exposed many Physicians to the potential for high velocity therapy to be applied to an expanded list of clinical indications as well.
This video focuses on the use of high velocity therapy as a mask-free form of non-invasive ventilation. High velocity therapy blends the comfort of heated high flow nasal cannula and the ventilatory support of NIV. In the following Roundtable discussion, Pediatric Emergency Medicine and General Emergency Medicine experts in high velocity therapy explain different applications that they use the therapy for with the pediatric patient population.