Learning Outcomes: Respiratory Care A.S.

  1. Explain Gas laws as pertaining to the medicine of respiratory care and in the delivery of therapeutics and diagnosis
    • Core Ability Supported: Think Critically and Solve Problems
  2. Identify the use and rationale of positive pressure, treatments, including administration devices.
    • Core Ability Supported: Communicate Effectively, Think Critically & Solve Problems
  3. Identify the various lung abnormalities as seen on a chest x-ray.
    • Core Ability Supported: Think Critically and Solve Problems
  4. Describe the indications for the implementation of mechanical ventilation on adult, pediatric and neonatal patients.
    • Core Ability Supported: Communicate Effectively, Think Critically & Solve Problems
  5. Identify techniques involved in educating patients with chronic lung disease: maintaining a functional and socially acceptable lifestyle, the value of a Pulmonary Rehab Program.
    • Core Ability Supported: Think Critically and Solve Problems
  6. Perform Patient assessment to include: vital signs, medical gas therapy, humidity and aerosol therapy, hyperinflation therapy and other adjunctive breathing therapies
    • Core Ability Supported: Think Critically and Solve Problems
  7. Describe the fetal cardiopulmonary system from the earliest developmental stages until the time of birth.
    • Core Ability Supported: Think Critically and Solve Problems
  8. Perform proper techniques for the installation, maintenance and removal of all types of artificial airways on adult, pediatric and neonatal patients.
    • Core Ability Supported: Think Critically and Solve Problems
  9. Complete applications for the entry-level examination through the Department of Business and Professional Regulations, Advisory Council on Respiratory Care to be administered after graduation from the program.
    • Core Ability Supported: Think Critically and Solve Problems
 
 
 
 

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For questions about this program's Learning Outcomes contact:

Kimberly Greene
321-433-7727
greenek@easternflorida.edu