A comprehensive overview of the equipment and techniques used by respiratory therapists to treat cardiopulmonary dysfunction, Mosbyas Respiratory Care Equipment, 9th edition provides a qhow-toq approach that moves beyond technical descriptions of machinery. Learn to identify equipment, understand how it works, and apply your knowledge to clinical practice. The 9th edition includes streamlined information on the latest ventilators, a new chapter on simulation learning devices, and additional, easy-to-access content on the Evolve site. Unique! List of Ventilators organized by application area and manufacturer make review and research quick and easy. Unique! Clinical Approach provides you with a qhow-toq approach to identifying equipment, understanding how it works, and applying the information in clinical practice. Excerpts of Clinical Practice Guidelines (CPGs) give you important information regarding indications/contraindications, hazards and complications, assessment of need, assessment of outcome, and monitoring. Unique! Sleep Diagnostics chapter discusses sleep and the impact of sleep disorders on cardiopulmonary function. Unique! Infection Control chapter provides a review of this critical topic that RTs must understand to prevent health care-associated infections Unique! Cardiovascular Diagnostics chapter provides a review in an area where RTs are treating an increasing number of cardiovascular cases. NBRC-style Self-Assessment Questions at the end of every chapter prepares you for credentialing exams. Unique! Clinical Scenario boxes (formerly Clinical Rounds) allow you to apply material learned to a clinical setting. Unique! Historical Notes boxes present educational and/or clinically relevant and valuable historical information of respiratory care equipment. NEW! Streamlined ventilator coverage presents information on the most often-used devices with more tables and bulleted lists for easy reference. NEW! Content focused on the newest and the most popular types of ventilators, including, transport, home-care, alternative setting, and neonatal/pediatric. NEW! Evolve site allows access to information that isnat easily found in other texts or manuals, including older or outdated ventilators that are still in use today. NEW! Focus to align Learning Objectives, Key Points and Assessment QuestionsNormal gas exchange in humans requires efficiently functioning chest bellows and lungs, an alveolar-capillary network in which ... I. Respiratory System Mechanics Ventilation can be defined as the movement of air between the atmosphere and the lungs. ... Derived variables (e.g., airway resistance [Raw], lung and chest wall compliance, and work of breathing) can be ... If the technologist does not properly instruct patients in how to perform the test, the results can be severely affected.
|Title||:||Mosby's Respiratory Care Equipment|
|Author||:||J. M. Cairo|
|Publisher||:||Elsevier Health Sciences - 2013-08-13|