Support Respiratory Therapists on the Front Line Against COVID-19

 Updated: March 27, 2020

  Tags: COVID-19

Join us in supporting all respiratory therapists in the fight against COVID-19. Take advantage of our social media tools to help spread awareness and RT pride with your community. Find the resources you need including social media cover photos, shareable graphics and profile photo frames. Stay connected by using #RTSTRONG on your graphics and posts.

Cover Photos

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RT Support COVID Facebook Cover Photo

Twitter
RT Support COVID Twitter Cover Photo

Social Media Post Graphics

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A minimum of an associate degree from an accredited respiratory care program is required before being eligible for a national crediting examination. After becoming credentialed as a #CRT or #RRT, an individual is eligible to apply for a license. #RTSTRONG
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A mechanical ventilator is a highly sophisticated medical device used to provide artificial breathing for a patient that cannot maintain adequate oxygenation or ventilation on their own. #RTSTRONG
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All #RT students receive didactic and clinical education and training prior to graduation. Once employed, a respiratory therapist receives additional training from their employer and the specific type(s) of ventilators that are used in their institution. #RTSTRONG
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Yes, follow our recommendations that we are posting on our website AARC.org. These follow the CDC recommendations. A lot of these recommendations are already common practice, especially when it relates to prevention of airborne transmission of the virus. #RTSTRONG
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Respiratory therapists are the only medical professionals to receive didactic and clinical education on the art and science of mechanical ventilation. Licensed physicians and nurses are provided an exception and are also permitted to provide mechanical ventilation. #RTSTRONG

Facebook Profile Photo Frames

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