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Respiratory Care: Principles and Practice, Third Edition Includes Navigate 2 Advantage Access

Author(s): Dean R. Hess, PhD, RRT, FAARC, Assistant Director of Respiratory Care, Massachusetts General Hospital, Associate Professor of Anesthesia, Harvard Medical School, Editor-in-Chief, RESPIRATORY CARE
Neil R. MacIntyre, MD, FAARC, Professor of Medicine and Medical Director of Respiratory Care Services, Duke University Medical Center
William F. Galvin, MSEd, RRT, CPFT, AE-C, FAARC, Assistant Professor, Frances M. Maguire School of Nursing and Health Professions, Assistant Professor, School of Allied Health Professions, Director of Respiratory Care Program, Administrative and Teaching Faculty, TIPS Program, Gwynedd-Mercy College
Shelley C. Mishoe, PhD, RRT, FAARC, Dean, College of Health Sciences and Professor, School of Community and Environmental Health, Old Dominion University
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  • ISBN-13: 9781284050004
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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. The Third Edition includes numerous updates and revisions that provide the best foundational knowledge available as well as new, helpful instructor resources and student learning tools.

Respiratory Care: Principles and Practice, Third Edition is a complete and up-to-date exploration of the technical and professional aspects of respiratory care. With foundations in evidence-based practice, this essential resource reviews respiratory assessment, respiratory therapeutics, respiratory diseases, basic sciences and their application to respiratory care, the respiratory care profession, and much more.

Respiratory Care: Principles and Practice, Third Edition incorporates the latest information on the practice of respiratory care into a well-organized, cohesive, reader-friendly guide to help students learn to develop care plans, critical thinking skills, strong communication and patient education skills, and the clinical leadership skills needed to succeed. This text provides essential information in a practical and manageable format for optimal learning and retention. Including a wealth of student and instructor resources, and content cross-referencing the NBRC examination matrices, Respiratory Care: Principles and Practice, Third Edition is the definitive resource for today’s successful respiratory care practitioner.

FEATURES

  • More user-friendly content specifically for the anatomy and physiology of respiratory, cardiac, renal, and neural systems.
  • Expanded, revised, and enhanced resources for students and instructors
  • More than 580 photos and illustrations, and more than 300 tables and equations

KEY CONTENT

  • 2015 NBRC Competencies
  • AARC Clinical Practice Guidelines
  • Patient Safety and Protocols
  • Ventilator Associated Events
  • Patient Education
  • Critical Thinking
  • Prevention of Re-admissions
  • Affordable Care Act

NEW CHAPTERS

  • Extracorporeal Life Support for Respiratory Failure
  • Respiratory Anatomy    
  • Respiratory Mechanics
  • Control of Breathing
  • Cardiovascular, Renal, and Neural Anatomy and Physiology

CHAPTER FEATURES

  • Chapter Outline
  • Chapter Learning Objectives - correlated to the NBRC
  • Key Terms
  • Boxed Features
    • Respiratory Recap – review of key study points for core content
    • Stop and Think – provides an opportunity for critical thinking
    • Age-Specific Angle - provides unique differences that are age specific—usually pediatric/neo-natal focused or geriatric
    • Case Studies
  • Equations
  • Clinical Practice Guidelines
  • Key Points
  • References

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Features & Benefits

INSTRUCTOR RESOURCES

  • Instructor's Manual
  • Transition Guide
  • Conversion Guide
  • Sample Syllabus
  • Over 4000 revised and improved Slides in PowerPoint format
  • Test Bank

Each new print copy includes Navigate 2 Advantage Access that unlocks a comprehensive and interactive eBook, student practice activities and assessments, a full suite of instructor resources, and learning analytics reporting tools.

STUDENT RESOURCES

Navigate 2 Advantage Access, includes:

  • eBook
  • Knowledge Check Questions (1000)
  • Interactive Glossary
  • Chapter Quizzes (600 questions)
  • Practice Activities (465)
  • Flashcards
  • Discussion Questions (1-2 per chapter)
  • Case Studies
  • Key Image Review
  • Animations (60)
  • Mid Term Exam (50 questions) - Instructors can edit and customize the exam
  • Final Exam (100 questions) - Instructors can edit and customize the exam

Most assessment questions are mapped to the NBRC matrix (subject, cognitive domain, and complexity) or to Core Knowledge

Chapter  1  History and Physical Examination By Priscilla Simmons
Chapter  2  Respiratory Monitoring by Dean R. Hess
Chapter  3  Hemodynamic Monitoring By Dean R. Hess
Chapter  4  Arterial Blood Gas Sampling, Analysis and Interpretation By Shelley C. Mishoe
Chapter  5  Blood Chemistries and Hematology By Michal Senitko, Rajesh Bhagat, Neil R. MacIntyre
Chapter  6  Cardiac Assessment By Jaspal Singh, William E. Downey
Chapter  7  Imaging the Thorax By Dean R. Hess
Chapter  8  Pulmonary Function Testing By Jeffrey Haynes
Chapter  9  Interventional Pulmonary Procedures By Ellen Volker, Amy Treece, Momen M. Wahidi, Scott L. Shofer
Chapter  10  Polysomnography By Bashir A. Chaudhary, Shelley C. Mishoe
Chapter  11  Nutrition Assessment and Support By Mark S. Siobal
Chapter  12  Cardiopulmonary Exercise Assessment By Neil R. MacIntyre
Chapter  13  Therapeutic Gases: Manufacture, Storage, and Delivery By John Boatright and Jeffrey J. Ward
Chapter  14  Therapeutic Gases: Management and Administration by John Boatright and Jeffrey J. Ward
Chapter  15  Humidity and Aerosol Therapy By Dean R. Hess
Chapter  16  Airway Clearance and Lung Expansion Therapy Dean R. Hess
Chapter  17  Airway Management By John D. Davies, Alexander S. Niven, Dean R. Hess
Chapter  18  Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation By Rhonda Bevis, Christine J. Moore
Chapter  19  Mechanical Ventilators: Classification and Principles of Operation By Robert L. Chatburn and Teresa A. Volsko
Chapter  20  Mechanical Ventilation By Dean R. Hess and Neil R. MacIntyre
Chapter  21  Noninvasive Ventilation and Continuous Positive Airway Pressure By Dean R. Hess
Chapter  22  Neonatal and Pediatric Respiratory Care By Melissa K. Brown
Chapter  23  Extracorporeal Life Support for Respiratory Failure By Kyle J. Rehder and David A. Turner
Chapter  24  Pulmonary Rehabilitation by Neil R. MacIntyre and Rebecca Crouch
Chapter  25  Home Respiratory Care By Angela King and Robert McCoy
Chapter  26  Disaster Management By Richard D. Branson and Dario Rodriquez Jr.
Chapter  27  Respiratory Care of the Elderly By Helen M. Sorenson and William F. Galvin
Chapter  28  Patient Safety By Thomas Malinowski
Chapter  29  Principles of Disease Management By William F. Galvin
Chapter  30  Patient Education By William F. Galvin
Chapter  31  Infection Control Principles By Donna D. Gardner
Chapter  32  Asthma By Timothy R. Myers and Timothy Op’t Holt
Chapter  33  Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease By Puja Kohli
Chapter  34  Interstitial Lung Disease By Kathy A. Short and Andrew J. Ghio
Chapter  35  Pulmonary Vascular Disease By Charles William Hargett
Chapter  36  Pneumonia By Bryan D. Kraft, Nicholas Wysham, and Morgan Mullaney
Chapter  37  Cystic Fibrosis By Teresa A. Volsko, Catherine O’Malley, and Bruce K. Rubin
Chapter  38  Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome By Craig R. Rackley, Christopher E. Cox, and Michael A. Gentile
Chapter  39  Postoperative Respiratory Care By Mark Simmons and Priscilla Simmons
Chapter  40  Cardiac Failure By John C. Williams and William S. Stigler
Chapter  41  Trauma By Bryce R. H. Robinson and Richard D. Branson
Chapter  42  Burn and Inhalation Injury By Daniel F. Fisher
Chapter  43  Neuromuscular Dysfunction By Francis C. Cordova, John Mullarkey, and Gerard J. Criner
Chapter  44  Sleep-Disordered Breathing By Bashir A. Chaudhary, Arthur Taft, and Shelley C. Mishoe
Chapter  45  Lung Cancer By Maha Farhat and Laura Brenner
Chapter  46  Neonatal and Pediatric Respiratory Disorders By Sherry L. Barnhart
Chapter  47  Respiratory Anatomy By William F. Galvin
Chapter  48  Ventilation and Oxygenation By William C. Pruitt
Chapter  49  Respiratory Mechanics By Dean R. Hess
Chapter  50  Control of Breathing By Shawna Strickland
Chapter  51  Cardiovascular, Renal, and Neural Anatomy and Physiology By Georgianna Sergakis, Crystal Dunlevy, and Sarah Varekojis
Chapter  52  Physical Principles By Dean R. Hess
Chapter  53  Chemistry for Respiratory Care By Carl F. Haas, Allan G. Andrews, Andrew J. Weirauch
Chapter  54  Respiratory Microbiology By Ruben D. Restrepo and Marcos I. Restrepo
Chapter  55  Respiratory Drugs By Christopher D. Lyman
Chapter  56  History of the Respiratory Care Profession By Jeffrey J. Ward
Chapter  57  Professional Organizations By Lynda T. Goodfellow
Chapter  58  Ethics of Health Care Delivery By Douglas E. Masini
Chapter  59  Healthcare Economics By Garry J. Kauffman and William F. Galvin
Chapter  60  Respiratory Care Research and Evidence-Based Practice By Dean R. Hess

Dean R. Hess, PhD, RRT, FAARC-Assistant Director of Respiratory Care, Massachusetts General Hospital, Associate Professor of Anesthesia, Harvard Medical School, Editor-in-Chief, RESPIRATORY CARE

Dean Hess, PhD, RRT, FAARC is Assistant Director of Respiratory Care, Massachusetts General Hospital, and Associate Professor of Anesthesia, Harvard Medical School, Boston, MA. He has over 40 years of experience in respiratory care, including clinical, research, teaching, and administrative responsibilities. Since 2008, he has been Editor-in-Chief of Respiratory Care, the official science Journal of the American Association for Respiratory Care. He is on the Editorial Boards of the Journal of Aerosol Medicine and Pulmonary Drug Delivery, and Simulation in Healthcare. His research interests include aerosol delivery techniques, adult mechanical ventilation, and critical care monitoring. He is a Fellow of the American Association for Respiratory Care, the American College of Chest Physicians, and the Society of Critical Care Medicine. He has published over 200 papers and several books. His books have been translated to several from English to several foreign languages. He has had a high level of professional activity, including committee appointments with the American Association for Respiratory Care, the American Thoracic Society, the Society of Critical Care Medicine, and 2 years as President of the National Board for Respiratory Care. He has lectured extensively throughout the United States and around the world. He has received numerous awards including the Forrest M. Bird Award Lifetime Scientific Achievement; American Association for Respiratory Care Life Membership; American College of Chest Physicians Simon Rodbard Memorial Honor Lecture; Jimmy A. Young Medal; Robert H. Miller, RRT, Award; Chadwick Medal; Shubin-Weil Master Clinician/Teaching Award; SCCM Presidential Citation; Hector Leon Garza MD Achievement Award. He has received teaching awards from the medical residents at the Massachusetts General Hospital and the Harvard Pulmonary and Critical Care fellowship program.

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Neil R. MacIntyre, MD, FAARC-Professor of Medicine and Medical Director of Respiratory Care Services, Duke University Medical Center

Neil MacIntyre, MD is a native of Southern California but received his medical degree and internal medicine training at Cornell University in New York City. After three years of service as a US Navy flight surgeon at the Naval Aerospace Medical Research Lab in Pensacola FL, he returned to California for a pulmonary disease fellowship at the University of California, San Francisco. He was then recruited to the faculty at Duke University where he has spent the remainder of his career. At the present time, he is a Professor of Medicine (with tenure), Senior Clinical Advisor  of the Pulmonary/Critical Care Division, and Medical Director of Respiratory Care Services. His research interests range from clinical pulmonary physiology to large scale randomized trials in COPD and acute respiratory failure. Currently he is on the Steering Committee of two large NIH multicenter trials: the Long Term Oxygen Trial (LOTT), and the COPDgene Network. He was also on the Steering Committee of the NIH Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome Network (ARDSnet) for its duration. To date he has over 200 peer reviewed articles and reviews, is the editor/co-editor of eight books, and is on the editorial board of five important journals. He is the past president of the American Lung Association of North Carolina, the National Association of Medical Directors of Respiratory Care, and the current Vice-Chair of the American Respiratory Care Foundation. Important honors include Alpha Omega Alpha, The Surgeon Generals Award for Aviation Medicine, the Forrest Bird Award for lifetime scientific achievement, and the Jimmy Young Medal from the American Association for Respiratory Care. He is listed both in “Best Doctors in America” and “Who’s Who in the World”.

William F. Galvin, MSEd, RRT, CPFT, AE-C, FAARC-Assistant Professor, Frances M. Maguire School of Nursing and Health Professions, Assistant Professor, School of Allied Health Professions, Director of Respiratory Care Program, Administrative and Teaching Faculty, TIPS Program, Gwynedd-Mercy College

William F. Galvin is an Assistant Professor in the Frances M. Maguire School Nursing and Health Professions, Program Director for the Respiratory Care Program and a member of the teaching and administrative faculty for the TIPS (Teacher Improvement Project System) Program at Gwynedd Mercy University. He has been a respiratory therapist for over 40 years and been on faculty at GMU since December of 1981 where he first served as Director of Clinical Education for two years before becoming the Director of the Respiratory Care Program in 1983. He holds an administrative and teaching faculty position for the TIPS Program (Teacher Improvement Project System), a national program designed to prepare practicing health care professionals to assume roles as clinical and classroom teachers. Additionally, he teaches in the Center for Life Long Learning and in the Bachelors of Health Science Degree Program.  He earned his Bachelor’s degree in political science from La Salle College and his Master’s degree in Education (with a concentration in Health) from St. Joseph’s University. He is a registered and certified respiratory therapist, certified pulmonary function technologist and certified asthma educator. He has significant publishing experience. He has provided numerous article reviews, abstracts, and contributing chapters for such publishing companies as; Springhouse Corporation, Delmar/ Cengage Learning, FA Davis, CV Mosby, Williams and Wilkins, W B Saunders/ Elsevier, and Jones and Bartlett Learning. He has presented at the local, state and national level on topics such as communication skills, wellness, health promotion, disease prevention, patient education, interviewing and assessment skills, programmatic and regional accreditation, outcome assessment, recruitment and retention, test taking strategies and techniques and a variety of student survival topics and concepts related to the art of teaching and learning. He has served as a guest presenter for the AARC’s Educator Academy, the AARC Asthma Educator Certification Course, the AARC COPD Educator Course, the Adult Critical care Course, and most recently the AARC Registry Prep Course. He has served on countless professional and college-level boards and committees and is the recipient of numerous awards and honors. In 1996 the AARC distinguished him with the honor of life membership and in 2005 he was inducted into the AARC Fellowship Program and was the recipient of the Education Section Practitioner of the Year Award. In 2008 he was awarded national honorary life membership in Lambda Beta National Honorary Society for Respiratory Care and in 2012 provided the H. Fred Helmholtz Distinguished Educational Lecture on the topic of, Excellence in Respiratory Care Education: Creating an Exemplary RC Program. Bill is an active member of his parish, coaches little league baseball, high school basketball and is an avid sports enthusiasts. He professes his greatest joy and passion to be in the classroom teaching and learning from his students.

Shelley C. Mishoe, PhD, RRT, FAARC-Dean, College of Health Sciences and Professor, School of Community and Environmental Health, Old Dominion University

Shelley C. Mishoe, PhD, RRT, FAARC is Dean of the College of Health Sciences at Old Dominion University and a tenured professor in the School of Community and Environmental Health.  She has over 35 years of experience in Respiratory Care, including teaching, research and administration.  She currently serves on the Board of Directors for the Association of Schools of Allied Health Professions, the Virginia Business Coalition on Health, Physicians for Peace and Bon Secours Health System.  She has held faculty positions at Chang Gung University in Taiwan, Capella University, Medical College of Georgia, and SUNY Upstate Medical University including roles as director of clinical education and program director in respiratory care.  She is an emeritus professor of Respiratory Therapy at Georgia Regents University. She is an inaugural Fellow of the American Association for Respiratory Care, a Fellow of the Association of Schools of Allied Health Professions and a Fellow of the American Council on Education (ACE) Fellowship Program. Among leadership roles, she was on the Commission on Accreditation for Respiratory Care (CoARC) for 10 years, was the President (2009-2011) and gave the second annual Dr. H. F. Helmholz Distinguished Education Lecture Series. She served for 15 years on the editorial board for Respiratory Care and in the AARC House of Delegates in roles as delegate, secretary and parliamentarian.  Other distinctions include the AARC Education Section Practitioner of the Year Award, Delegate of the Year Award from the AARC House of Delegates and Forrest Bird Literary Award. She has authored/edited  numerous books and chapters; original research studies, peer-reviewed articles, case reports, editorials, book reviews, and abstracts; and has published papers on asthma, sleep disordered breathing, rural health, shared governance, critical thinking, decision making and problem based learning. She is a frequent presenter at international, national, regional and state meetings. She received a PhD in Adult Education from the University of Georgia, a MEd in Education from Augusta State University, and Bachelor of Science and Associate Degrees in Respiratory Therapy from SUNY Upstate Medical University.

 

  • "....new concepts, but also a more thorough and contemporary account of standards of practice. This is an outstanding book that continues to be a standard in respiratory care."
    ~ Steven K Hamick, AAS, BIS, William Beaumont Hospitals (for Doody's Review Service, Score: 100 - 5 Stars)

  • "This book is appropriate for my course because it covers every major topic and is well referenced."
    ~ Instructor at University of Cincinnati, Clermont College

  • "The online chapters and instructor materials are especially fantastic and are not only cornerstones of our Respiratory Therapy training program, but also for the new program we are creating in which we are formally training NP/PA’s in Pulmonary Medicine.  The materials will make a huge impact in improving our faculty’s efficiencies."

    ~ Jaspal Singh, MD, MHA, MHS, Pulmonary, Critical Care and Sleep Medicine, Carolinas HealthCare System

  • "Features of the book that captured my attention include:
    • In text citations
    • High quality references
    • Regard for the reputation of the textbook editors
    • Minimal IPPB content
    • Attention to high flow nasal cannula (though I would like to see more in future editions) and a diverse array of airway clearance therapy adjuncts
    • A patient-focused definition of 'high flow' oxygen therapy"

    ~ Dr. Kathy S. Myers Moss RRT-ACCS, Associate Clinical Professor, Department of Clinical & Diagnostic Sciences, University of Missouri

The following instructor resources are available to qualified instructors for download

ISBN-13: 9781284050004

Additional Resources for Instructors
Chapter Quizzes
Image Bank
Instructor Manual
Slides in PowerPoint Format
Test Bank
Transition Guide
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~~STUDENT RESOURCES

eBook
• Animations Library (60)
• Knowledge Check Questions (1000)
• End-of-Chapter Graded Quizzes (600 Questions)
Study Tools
• Learning Objectives
• Interactive Flashcards
• Interactive Glossary
• Practice Activities (465)
• Chapter Overview Slides in PowerPoint format
• Discussion Questions (1-2 per chapter)
• Case Studies (1-2 per chapter)
• Key image Review
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• Chapter Quizzes (600 questions)
• Midterm (50 questions) - Instructors can edit and customize the exam
• Final (100 questions) - Instructors can edit and customize the exam