Mosby's Respiratory Care PDQ is a comprehensive and precise pulmonary reference manual that gives you STAT access to all the vital data you need in the clinical setting. This book is designed for speed with much of the data organized into fast-access charts and tables. The entire scope of adult pulmonary care is included with a brief chapter on Neo/Peds. Chapters include Diseases, ABG's, Hemodynamics, Lab Values, PFT's, X-rays, Mechanical Ventilation, Formulas, & much more! Unlike other pocket guides, this is in full color, and has durable plastic-type pages designed to last. This is the newest "state of the art" respiratory pocket guide that no therapist should be without.
- Small, spiral-bound format is a convenient, take-along size that lays flat when open for easy reference.
- Printed color tabs visually divide sections, making it easy to locate information.
- Full-color design highlights and clarifies important facts.
- Commonly used clinical information is presented in at-a-glance tables, formulas, equations, and lab values - all necessary to the delivery of safe and efficient care.
- Durable, waterproof pages are designed to withstand continual use.
|Publisher:||Elsevier Health Sciences|
|Product dimensions:||4.60(w) x 5.70(h) x 1.30(d)|
Table of Contents
2. Pulmonary Assessment
3. Pulmonary Diseases
4. Microbes, Weapons of Mass Destruction, Equipment Disinfection
6. Therapeutic Modalities
7. ABGs, Labs, Hemodynamics
8. PFTs and X-rays
10. Chest Tubes and Bronchoscopy
11. Ventilators, CPAP, and BiPAP
12. Neonatal and Pediatric Respiratory Care
13. BLS and ACLS
14. Formulas and Facts
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Good guide for those with no respiratory knowledge. Doesn't really have anything outside of what you should know off the top of your head. Mostly filled with things you shouldn't have to reference. Some useful information (that you can flip to quickly) about respiratory medications if you can't think of it right away. Also has some diseases listed that I wasn't necessarily knowledgable about, because they aren't too common. Had some old information too. But ok as a quick reference if you can't retain the basics.