RET 2204 Respiratory Care Clinic V
Summative skills performance to include initiating prescribed respiratory care treatments, managing life-support activities, evaluating patient responses to such therapy and modifying therapy, performing diagnostic studies, rehabilitation, hyperbaric oxygen therapy, providing education for in-patient and home care environment, performing mechanical ventilation on adults, pediatrics and neonates and completing a communication skills assessment. Seven practicum hours per week.
Prerequisites: RET 2101 and Restricted to Majors
- Enhance clinical skills by performing adult, pediatric and neonatal mechanical ventilation within the critical care environment.
- Demonstrate understanding of the following aspects of oral communication skills and interpersonal relationships: verbal, nonverbal, listening, conflict, gender, and diversity
- Demonstrate proficient clinical skills by performing prescribed adult, pediatric and neonatal respiratory care procedures to include life support activities.
- Perform prescribed diagnostic studies on the adult, pediatric and neonatal patient and evaluate results obtained.
- Initiate and conduct prescribed cardiopulmonary rehabilitation, hyperbaric oxygen, home-care therapy and provide patient, family, and community education.
Credit Hours: 1
- Practicum: 7 hours
- Division: Health Sciences
- Department: Respiratory Care
- Repeatable Credit: No
- Offered Online: No
6:30AM to 2:30PM