Respiratory Therapy: Oxygen Devices
9.95
Online
Elective
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Learning Objectives: 
After completing this course, the learner will be able to: 
  • Be able to discuss a variety of O2 delivery devices 
  • Become comfortable with bedside management of these devices 
  • Recognize the differences in various oxygen delivery methods
  • Understand basic principles used in the delivery of oxygen 
  • Determine pulse oximetry probe placement 
  • Understand the storage and proper handling of oxygen tanks 

About the Author: 
James C. Woods, III is a Registered Respiratory Care Practitioner with 38 years of experience, including. experience at an adult community hospital in MO, Osteopathic hospital in Ohio, East Tennessee Children’s Hospital, and Nationwide Children’s Hospital in Columbus, Ohio. James has recruited for Nationwide Children’s Hospital PICU team and tasked with developing and enhancing the role of the respiratory therapists in the ICU.
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Oxygen Devices

9.95
Learning Objectives: 
After completing this course, the learner will be able to: 
  • Be able to discuss a variety of O2 delivery devices 
  • Become comfortable with bedside management of these devices 
  • Recognize the differences in various oxygen delivery methods
  • Understand basic principles used in the delivery of oxygen 
  • Determine pulse oximetry probe placement 
  • Understand the storage and proper handling of oxygen tanks 

About the Author: 
James C. Woods, III is a Registered Respiratory Care Practitioner with 38 years of experience, including. experience at an adult community hospital in MO, Osteopathic hospital in Ohio, East Tennessee Children’s Hospital, and Nationwide Children’s Hospital in Columbus, Ohio. James has recruited for Nationwide Children’s Hospital PICU team and tasked with developing and enhancing the role of the respiratory therapists in the ICU.