This course provides advanced practitioner, clinical experience. Emphasis is placed on, therapeutic and diagnostic patient care. Upon, completion, students should be able to demonstrate, clinical competence in required performance, evaluations.
This course provides further refinement of acute, patient care and underlying pathophysiology., Topics include a continuation in the study of, mechanical ventilation, underlying, pathophysiology, and introduction of critical care, monitoring. Upon completion, students should be, able to demonstrate competence in concepts and, procedures through written and laboratory, evaluations.
This course provides further refinement of acute, patient care and underlying pathophysiology., Topics include a continuation in the application, and management of mechanical ventilation,, assessment underlying pathophysiology, and, introduction of critical care monitoring. Upon, completion, students should be able to, demonstrate competence in respiratory therapy, concepts and procedures through written,, laboratory and/or clinical simulation evaluations.
This course provides a concentrated study of, cardiopulmonary anatomy and physiology essential, to the practice of respiratory care. Emphasis is, placed on cardiovascular and pulmonary physiology,, acid/base balance, and blood gas interpretation., Upon completion, students should be able to, demonstrate competence in these concepts through, written evaluation.
This course covers the drugs used in the treatment, of cardiopulmonary diseases. Emphasis is placed, on the uses, actions, indications, administration,, and hazards of pharmacological agents. Upon, completion, students should be able to demonstrate, competence though written evaluations.
This course introduces the respiratory care, profession. Topics include the role of the, respiratory care practitioner, medical gas, administration, basic patient assessment,, infection control, and medical terminology. Upon, completion, students should be able to demonstrate, competence in concepts and procedures through, written and laboratory evaluations.
This course introduces the role of the, respiratory care practitioner within, interprofessional teams and interacting with, diverse populations. Topics include medical gas, administration, basic patient assessment,, infection control, and medical terminology using, proper written and oral communication methods to, prepare students for clinical practice. Upon, completion, students should be able to, demonstrate competence in respiratory therapy, concepts and procedures through written and, laboratory evaluations.