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Respiratory Therapy E-books
Neonatal and Pediatric Respiratory Care by
Call Number: RJ312 .P477 2014
Publication Date: 2014-01-01
Confidently meet the challenges you'll face in clinical and practice Gain a solid understanding of neonatal and pediatric diseases as you explore real-world patient experiences with this unique resource. Inside, you'll find everything you need to know about perinatal lung diseases - common neonatal complications - congenital diseases - pediatric pulmonary and upper airway diseases - and neuromuscular disorders. A streamlined presentation helps you easily grasp the background, pathophysiology, clinical manifestations, management and treatment, and the course and prognosis of each disease. In every chapter, unfolding case studies with full-color illustrations and photographs enhance your critical-thinking skills, making it easy to connect theory with practice. Plus, multiple-choice review questions help you assess your progress. Explore MORE online at DavisPlus Access your complete text online with the Davis Digital Version and gain additional practice with Student Questions and Interactive Case Studies. Redeem the Plus Code, inside new, printed texts, to access these DavisPlus Premium Resources.
Call Number: RC732 .W45 2008eb
Publication Date: 2008-01-01
This is a "Davis' Notes" book. This innovative guide keeps confidence and professional success within reach of a scrub pocket! "Respiratory Notes" provides quick-reference information in a procedure-based format that includes supporting illustrations, fill-in-the-blank forms, and algorithms to guide practice. The key features include: pages are waterproof and reusable - write patient specific information and then wipe away with rubbing alcohol at the end of the day; bullet-point reviews, organized as a guide to a procedure; quick-scan illustrations and tables summarize data; algorithms based on AARC Clinical Practice Guidelines; key forms allow you to gather data at the bedside, and then transcribe it to conventional charts; and HIPPA-supportive.
Airway Management in Emergencies by
Call Number: RC735.R48 K68 2008eb
Publication Date: 2008-01-01
Learn the clinical skills necessary to treat any emergency airway problem Written by international experts in a style that's concise, practical and to the point, Airway Management in Emergencies covers all the options-both medical and surgical-for managing any patient's airway in an emergency. Here, you'll find the core knowledge and accompanying management protocols necessary to assess, oxygenate, intubate, and monitor patients requiring emergency airway management. In each chapter, this high-yield coverage is supported by evidence-based algorithms, synoptic tips, and real-world case studies that show you how to resolve any difficult airway scenario you would likely encounter in clinical practice. Features Highlighted key points in each chapter Skill-sharpening review of "core knowledge" Over 100 figures that include a combination of original art work, fluoroscopy and Airwaycam(R) images. A practical overview of both established and newer emergency airway equipment Far-reaching coverage addressing both the anticipated and unanticipated difficult airway, the uncooperative patient, and the 'failed' airway. Chapters on treating a range of patient populations and clinical presentations including an approach to the pediatric, the elderly, and the critically ill patient Perspectives on when and how to perform both 'awake' and rapid sequence intubations and effectively administer post-intubation care A closing chapter on the interrelationship between human performance and patient safety-and how to optimize both in caring for patients requiring acute airway management