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Respiratory students and therapists can learn the latest in respirator y care for newborns and children from this updated book. Readers will study fetal development of the cardiopulmonary system, then learn resp iratory care of neonatal and pediatric patients, as well as causes and care of respiratory illnesses. A section devoted to ventilation and o xygenation includes information on both conventional and special techn iques. Even topics such as care of parents and home care are discussed in detail. Ten clinical case studies supplement the main text. Key fe atures:—Corresponds with the new NBRC content outline for the perina tal/pediatric specialty exam—New section on specialty medical gases—Practice questions, laboratory exercises, and checklists now located in the book to improve understanding—Information on conventional and non-conventional ventilators—Ten clinical case studies support app lication of content from the main text.
This updated textbook offers a detailed discussion of respiratory care for the newborn and child. It begins with a comprehensive presentation of fetal development of the cardiopulmonary system. Subsequent units cover respiratory care of neonatal and pediatric patients, as well as causes and care of respiratory illnesses. A section devoted to ventilation and oxygenation includes information on new equipment. Important topics such as the care of parents and home care, as well as ten clinical case studies, supplement the main text. Key Features include multiple illustrations to aid learning; practice questions to improve understanding; updated information on new equipment; and field research. Also included are ten clinical case studies.
Posted February 9, 2009
A good read for the respiratorty stundent but the chapter questions are not as clear cut as i would like plus there is not answer key to check and make sure you have the right answers.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted March 30, 2010
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