Lung volumes and respiratory system Egans Fundamental Of Respiratory Care 10 Edition is a great resource of knowledge for all people in the respiratory care field. It has information on lung volumes, asthma, COPD, and more.
This book is a great resource for respiratory care nurses, physicians, and students. It contains the fundamentals of pulmonary function and includes a glossary of terms, well-structured tables, and a section on how to become more proficient in evaluating patients.
The respiratory system is the body's air-conditioning unit. It is one of the most important and busiest systems in the body. Respiratory failure can cause life-threatening consequences, such as death when other organ systems are impaired or compromised.
This edition contains the latest information on respiratory care. It includes essential knowledge about the use of oxygen, emergency equipment, and more.
The most fundamental of the fundamental principles in respiratory care is that respiration is a continuous process. It cannot be interrupted by external factors, so it can always be the only activity. This principle underpins all of the decisions that must be made during respiration and when caring for patients with respiratory problems.
"The first law of airway diagnosis is to determine the extent and site of the problem. The second law is to identify the underlying cause of the respiratory distress syndrome." This fundamental principle guides clinical practice in respiratory care.Download here: PDF ebook