Respiratory Care Made Incredibly Easy by Rose KnappTime to master the complexities of respiratory care. The newly updated Respiratory Care Made Incredibly Easy! ®, 3rd Edition , explains the essentials with humor, expert guidance, and numerous colorful images. Offering the essential terms, skills, and equipment how-to's you need to successfully treat the most common respiratory disorders, this down-to-earth guide helps you grasp respiratory physiology, pathophysiology, and pharmacology in clear and simple language.
Equipment for Respiratory Care by Teresa A. Volsko; Robert L. Chatburn; Mohamad F. El-KhatibUniquely focused on the usage of respiratory equipment in practical, clinical settings, the Second Edition guides learners through not only WHEN and WHY to use equipment but HOW it is important. Through a combination of theory and operation, Equipment for Respiratory Care, Second Edition illustrates how to effectively and safely match the therapeutic modality to a patient's needs, making this text an essential resource for the Respiratory Care practitioner.
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Publication Date: 2020
Respiratory Care: Cardiopulmonary Anatomy and Physiology by Margaret V. ClarkRespiratory Care Cardiopulmonary Anatomy and Physiology is a comprehensive, highly illustrated text with a strong emphasis on cardiovascular and pulmonary physiology, acid/base balance, and blood gas interpretation. This text will expertly guide you through cardiopulmonary anatomy and physiology and serves as an ongoing reference throughout your schooling and health profession. With brand new content covering genetics, the inflammatory cycle, and pulmonary remodeling this text will provide you with the most current information on cardiopulmonary anatomy and physiology.
Principles of Pharmacology for Respiratory Care by Christina Rose; Georgine W. BillsPrinciples of Pharmacology for Respiratory Care, Third Edition is an ideal resource for Respiratory Therapists to understand the role of cardiopulmonary-targeted medication therapies and the mechanism of action drugs used in the treatment of the conditions they are treating. Mode of action, clinical indications, dosages, hazards, and side effects of multiple classifications of drugs are extensively addressed.
Respiratory Care: Patient Assessment and Care Plan Development by David C. Shelledy; Jay I. PetersRespiratory Care: Patient Assessment and Care Plan Development, Second Edition describes the purpose of patient assessment and then guides the reader through the process of reviewing existing data in the medical record, conducting the patient interview, performing the physical assessment, and finally evaluating the diagnostic studies needed and implementing a respiratory care plan. Bridging the gap between patient assessment and treatment, the text demonstrates how to apply assessment skills to the development and implementation of respiratory care plans.
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Publication Date: 2021
Foundations in Neonatal and Pediatric Respiratory Care by Teresa A. Volsko; Sherry L. BarnhartFoundations in Neonatal and Pediatric Respiratory Care provides students and practitioners alike with a comprehensive yet reader-friendly resource. In this second edition, the authors recognize the importance of sharing the essential elements of care that are unique to children as they grow and develop and provide the clinician with the knowledge needed to effectively communicate recommendations for therapeutic intervention or changes to the plan of care. This text has contributions in each chapter by national experts who are actively practicing in their subject areas, providing the most relevant evidence-based material and content that has a significant and practical application to current practice.