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Welcome Corenda King RRT to the Eventa team!

Corenda brings 30 years of experience in both adult and pediatric care. She will be assuming the role of the East Tennessee Clinical Liaison for both our long term care and home ventilation utilization/quality management products.

Welcome Corenda!

Congratulations to Jodie Warner, MA, CRT, and Now RN!!
Jodie also has now assumed the role as Director of Clinical Operations. Her vast experience in ventilator management, home care and operational management is truly an asset to Eventa and our clients.

We are extremely proud of her accomplishments and her commitment to excellence in patient care.

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Old Iron Lung. The way respiratory patients were able breathe ...
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Eventa shared Max Eskelson's post.
May 11

Great conference in Salt Lake City. It's always a pleasure to talk about Eventa's work in long term ventilator care. Thanks Max for having me
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https://www.facebook.com/max.eskelson/posts/10212542183978538

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Max Eskelson added 5 new photos — with Loren Greenway and 2 others.
May 11

2017 Respiratory Care Update Presenters

How about a sniff to clear the sinus. Bennett Inhaler....

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This vent always reminded me of R2D2, a fully pneumatic vent.

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This one is a little rare...a Bird Mark 3 for portability and home use. It has a nice leather looking ridged case.

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Heres another oldie

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Eventa shared their video.
March 2
Eventa with Gene Gantt.
March 2

Gene explains how the old Iron Lung works in the Museum of Respiratory Technology at the Eventa office in Livingston, TN.

Gene shows how the seal was formed in an old Iron Lung in the Museum of Respiratory Technology at the Eventa office in Livingston, TN.

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Gene explains how the old Iron Lung works in the Museum of Respiratory Technology at the Eventa office in Livingston, TN.

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