January 19, 2022 / 11:00 AM
The purpose of this course is to provide education to respiratory therapists and nurses in identifying the signs and symptoms of chronic respiratory failure. A review of respiratory functions will be given as well as a study of qualitative and quantitative assessments to help clinicians determine if patients meet diagnostic criteria for respiratory failure.
1 CEU Credit Available for this Session
Ron Hosp began his career in respiratory care in 1976 performing respiratory diagnostics as a aeromedical specialist. On the job training became available while performing respiratory care treatments. I attended respiratory therapy programs at State Fair Community College, Sedalia, MO and Baptist Medical Center, Kansas City, MO. After earning my RRT credential, I completed studies to obtain a bachelor’s in science, at Drury College, Springfield, MO, and a master’s in science at Baptist University, Bolivar, MO. I have worked in about every aspect of the respiratory profession including, acute, post-acute, education, sales, and clinical specialty training for Philips-Respironics in invasive and non-invasive ventilation.
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