Please note that this video/audio is intended for healthcare practitioners and the information conveyed does not constitute medical advice. This video/audio should not be used to replace individual hospital policies or practices. The matters expressed in this video/audio are presented by the speakers and do not necessarily represent the views of Fisher & Paykel Healthcare, or any of its employees, officers or directors. Dr. Frat receives payment from Fisher & Paykel Healthcare under a consultancy arrangement. Fisher & Paykel Healthcare also provides support to clinical studies in which Dr. Frat is involved.
Dr. Jean-Pierre Frat (MD, PhD) is currently working in the medical ICU at the University Hospital of Poitiers in France. He works within the ALIVE lab working on non-invasive strategies of oxygenation and sleep disorders in ICU patients. He has conducted several multicentre clinical trials in collaboration with the European network REVA assessing the impact of non-invasive respiratory therapies including the landmark FLORALI study. Currently, he is conducting another important clinical trial, the SOHO study which will assess conventional oxygen therapy and NHF in patients with acute hypoxemic respiratory failure.
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