Catalog Number
10515111
Credits
3.00
Description

Examines the role of the Respiratory Therapist within the healthcare community. Reviews the ethical, legal, and regulatory principles that guide practice across diverse populations. Introductory patient assessment and critical thinking processes used in the development of respiratory care plans are explored. Emphasis is placed on promotion of evidence-based practice using established clinical practice guidelines and published research for its relevance to patient care. Prerequisite: Admission to Respiratory Therapy 105151 program and Accuplacer Arithmetic of 259 , ACT of 18, College Math 10104107 or Introductory Statistics 10804189; Corequisites: Medical Terminology 10501101 and General Anatomy & Physiology 10806177

Requirements
010552

Prerequisites: Admission to Respiratory Therapy 105151 program and Accuplacer Arithmetic of 259 , ACT of 18, College Math 10104107 or Introductory Statistics 10804189; Corequisites: Medical Terminology 10501101 and General Anatomy & Physiology 10806177

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