4 edition of Practical handbook of nebulizer therapy found in the catalog.
Practical handbook of nebulizer therapy
|Statement||edited by Jacob Boe, B. Ronan O"Driscoll and John H. Dennis.|
|Contributions||Boe, Jacob., O"Driscoll, B. Ronan., Dennis, John H.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 323p. :|
|Number of Pages||323|
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Background. Respiratory disease is a leading cause of death worldwide. According to the World Health Organization, lower respiratory infections (LRIs), chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), and tuberculosis (TB) are major causes of mortality, ranking 3rd, 4th, and 11th respectively, killing , 3 and 1 million persons in .In low-income countries, LRIs are the leading killer and. Delivering nebulized medication is the core of respiratory therapy, but many non-RTs give nebulizers, including home therapy by the patient. The training is.
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In an effort to standardize nebulizer treatment in clinical practice, Practical Handbook of Nebulizer Therapy provides hands-on guidance for frontline healthcare professionals Written for hospital doctors, GPs, nurses, respiratory physiotherapists, and respiratory technicians, this book includes chapters by expert physicians in respiratory 4/5(1).
In an effort to standardize nebulizer treatment in clinical practice, Practical Handbook of Nebulizer Therapy provides hands-on guidance for frontline healthcare professionals Written for hospital doctors, GPs, nurses, respiratory physiotherapists, and respiratory technicians, this book includes chapters by expert physicians in respiratory.
Print book: EnglishView all editions and formats Summary: This handbook aims to serve as a hands-on guide to the clinical use of nebulizers for hospital doctors, general practitioners, nurses, respiratory physiotheraprists, respiratory technicians and other professionals involved in the treatment of patients with respiratory disease.
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Hard cover, illustrated, pages, $ Dorisanne Miller and Thomas O'Riordan. Respiratory Care January50 (1). Boe Jacob, O'Driscoll B. Ronan, Dennis John H. (eds.) Practical Handbook of Nebulizer Therapy.
and a user-friendly format that allows quick access to specific aspects of nebulizer treatment, this book is a convenient reference for respiratory healthcare professionals. In conclusion, Practical Handbook of NebulizerTherapy providesavaluableand detailed review of the clinical applications of nebulization, and despite its Eurocentric tendencies,itshouldbeavaluablereference on nebulization for respiratory therapy de-partments and libraries.
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It utilizes a nebulizer which transports medications to the lungs by means of mist inhalation. INDICATION Nebulization therapy is used to deliver medications along the respiratory tract and is indicated to various respiratory problems and diseases such as: • Broncho-spasms • Chest.
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