This is a course and laboratory experience designed for the beginning respiratory care student. An introduction and working knowledge of the state-of the-art, basic principles of patient safety, recordkeeping (including medical terms and abbreviations), ethical and legal implications of health care, patient education, physical principles of respiratory care, principles of infection control, pulmonary rehabilitation, patient assessment, arterial blood gas puncture and analysis and HIV/blood-borne pathogens. Lab fee required.
Prerequisite: admission to the Respiratory Care program. Corequisite: RET 1275C.
Terms Offered: Fall
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