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Designed for optimal student learning for over 40 years, Egan''s Fundamentals of Respiratory Care, 11th Edition provides you with the strong background you need to succeed in the field of respiratory care. Nicknamed "the Bible for respiratory care," it helps you gain a thorough understanding of the role of respiratory therapists, the scientific basis for treatment, and clinical applications.
With contributions from over 75 of the foremost experts in the field, the third edition of best-selling Respiratory Care: Principles and Practice represents the very best in clinical and academic expertise. Taught in leading respiratory care programs, it continues to be the top choice for instructors and students alike.
Comprehensive coverage of pediatric and neonatal diseases, including perinatal lung diseases * common neonatal complications * congenital diseases * pediatric pulmonary and upper airway diseases * and neuromuscular disorders.
The History of Respiratory Therapy by Dennis W. Glover
Call Number: RC735 .I5 G55 2010, Central Library - Circulating Collection - Request at Desk
Publication Date: 2010
The History of Respiratory Therapy: Discovery and Evolution includes the earliest beginning of the inhalational practice of medicine, vapors, and aromatherapy around 6,000 B.C. Its roots are in Egypt, China, India, and the middle East. From there, it spreads to Europe and the Americas.