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This e-book in the Best of RESPIRATORY CARE contains a series of papers that cover treatment strategies for hypoxemic respiratory failure. Acute hypoxemic respiratory failure (AHRF) that is refractory to supplemental O2 is caused by intrapulmonary shunting of blood resulting from airspace filling or collapse. Treatment usually requires mechanical ventilation. This e-book looks at a variety of treatment strategies from the 30th Annual New Horizons Symposium and two recent published manuscripts. Item #EBK0008

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Picture of the productThe Best of RESPIRATORY CARE: 2013 New Horizons Symposium
This e-book in the Best of RESPIRATORY CARE contains a series of papers that look at the scientific basis of respiratory care. Evidence-based medicine (EBM) is the integration of individual clinical expertise with the best available research evidence from systematic research and the patient’s values and expectations. Although all tenets of EBM are not universally accepted, the principles of EBM nonetheless provide a valuable approach to respiratory care practice. Item #EBK0002

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Picture of the productThe Best of RESPIRATORY CARE: 2014 Best of Aerosol Therapy
Management of acute and chronic respiratory conditions with inhaled medications remains a cornerstone for the profession of respiratory care. As aerosol therapy continues to be such a vital component of the profession, RESPIRATORY CARE receives and publishes numerous manuscripts each year on this important clinical topic. This e-book in the Best of RESPIRATORY CARE series contains the Top 7 must-read manuscript selections from 2014 in the clinical area of aerosol therapy. Item #EBK0003

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Picture of the productThe Best of RESPIRATORY CARE: 2014 New Horizons Symposium
This e-book in the Best of RESPIRATORY CARE contains a series of papers that cover various aspects of the basics in respiratory physiology in the mechanically ventilated, critically ill patient. It covers the nuances of oxygenation, ventilation, lung mechanics, respiratory physiology and cardiopulmonary interactions. Detail reviews of management techniques and interpretation of clinical data is discussed in detail. Item #EBK0001

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Picture of the productThe Best of RESPIRATORYCARE: Airway Mgmt Clinical Practice
Management of the artificial airway including secretion removal is a core skill of the respiratory therapist. The implementation of the AARC CPG has been shown to reduce complications and choice of suction catheter size remains important. Biofilm accumulation on the artificial airway is a key step in the development of pneumonia and prevention or removal is a new area of interest. As airway management continues to be a core competency of the profession, RESPIRATORY CARE receives and publishes numerous manuscripts each year on this important topic. This e-book in the Best of RESPIRATORY CARE series contains the Top 7 must-read manuscript selections related to clinical research for airway management. Item #EBK0004

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Picture of the productThe Best of RESPIRATORYCARE: Airway Mgmt Devices
Management of the artificial airway is a core skill of the respiratory therapist. Securing the tube and cleaning the airway are time-honored techniques that have new device options. The implementation of the AARC CPG has been shown to reduce complications and choice of suction catheter size remains critical. As airway management continues to be a core competency of the profession, RESPIRATORY CARE receives and publishes numerous manuscripts each year on this important topic. This e-book in the Best of RESPIRATORY CARE series contains the Top 7 must-read manuscript selections related to devices for airway management. Item #EBK0005

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Picture of the productThe Best of RESPIRATORYCARE: Airway Mgmt Tracheostomy
Airway management in the patient with tracheostomy spans the spectrum from intensive care to rehabilitation to home. It is important for clinicians to appreciate the nuances of care for patients with a tracheostomy. They must know when a tracheostomy is indicated, how to select the proper device, how to adequately humidify the inspired gas, how to manage the wound, and how to recognize when the tube can be removed (decannulation). This collection of papers published in RESPIRATORY CARE addresses these issues. Mastery of this information should improve the care of a patient with tracheostomy Item #EBK0006

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Picture of the productThe Best of RESPIRATORYCARE: Year in Review 2014
This e-book in the Best of RESPIRATORY CARE contains a series of papers that were comprehensive reviews from manuscripts published in various peer reviewed journals in 2014 covering various aspects of airway clearance procedures and devices, aerosol delivery devices, the diseases of asthma and COPD, mechanical ventilation and patient safety. Definitely a comprehensive, state-of-the-art look at important topics to any respiratory care practitioner. Item #EBK0007

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