Foundations in Neonatal and Pediatric Respiratory Care
Descriptif détaillé : Foundations in Neonatal and Pediatric Respiratory Care
What is the content of "Foundations in Neonatal and Pediatric Respiratory Care" ?
Designed to be the primary text for the ‘Neonatal and Pediatric’ course as part of the respiratory care core curriculum, Foundations in Neonatal and Pediatric Respiratory Care provides students and practitioners alike with a comprehensive yet reader-friendly resource. In this inaugural edition, the authors recognize the importance of sharing the essential elements of care that are unique to children as they grow and develop and provide the clinician with the knowledge needed to effectively communicate recommendations for therapeutic intervention or changes to the plan of care. This new text has contributions in each chapter by national experts who are actively practicing in their subject areas, providing the most relevant evidence-based material and content that has a significant and practical application to current practice.
Features and Benefits
- Each chapter begins with a list of objectives in the NBRC testing format.
- Innovative and unique illustrations found throughout the text demonstrate how to properly provide care and use equipment in this specialty area.
- Following the NBRC matrix, this text is an exceptional reference for credentialed practitioners who are interested in taking the Neonatal Pediatric Special credentialing exam.
- Case studies or critical thinking questions conclude every chapter, allowing readers to apply what they have learned.
- Flashcards are included in the back of the book as a study tool for students; additional flashcards are available through the online component.
Who are the authors of "Foundations in Neonatal and Pediatric Respiratory Care" ?
Teresa A. Volsko, Director, Respiratory Care, Akron Children' Fs Hospital.ellow of the American Association for Respiratory Care and serves as adjunct faculty for Rush University in Chicago and Northeast Ohio Medical University in Ohio. Currently Terry is the director of Respiratory Care, Transport, and the Communication Center and interim director of the Rebecca D. Considine Research Institute for Akron Children’s Hospital.
Sherry Barnhart- Respiratory Care Discharge Planner, Arkansas Children's Hospital
Fellow of the American Association for Respiratory Care and currently the Respiratory Care Discharge Planner for Arkansas Children’s Hospital. Sherry has previously edited two textbooks and a clinical handbook on perinatal and pediatric respiratory care.