2013 New Horizons Symposium: The Scientific Basis for Respiratory Care – $2.99
This e-book in the Best of RESPIRATORY CARE contains a series of papers that look at the scientific basis of respiratory care. Evidence-based medicine (EBM) is the integration of individual clinical expertise with the best available research evidence from systematic research and the patient’s values and expectations. Although all tenets of EBM are not universally accepted, the principles of EBM nonetheless provide a valuable approach to respiratory care practice.
- Science and Evidence: Separating Fact from Fiction
by Dean R Hess PhD RRT FAARC—Boston, Massachusetts
- The Scientific Basis for Protocol-Directed Respiratory Care
by Ariel M Modrykamien MD— Omaha, Nebraska
and James K Stoller MD MSc FAARC— Cleveland, Ohio
- Airway Clearance Therapy: Finding the Evidence
by Teresa A Volsko MHHS RRT FAARC—Akron, Ohio
- Evidence for Oxygen Use in the Hospitalized Patient: Is More Really the Enemy of Good?
by Thomas C Blakeman MSc RRT— Cincinnati, Ohio
- The Science Guiding Selection of an Aerosol Delivery Device
by Timothy R Myers MBA RRT-NPS FAARC—Irving, Texas
- The Scientific Basis for Postoperative Respiratory Care
by Richard D Branson MSc RRT FAARC—Cincinnati, Ohio