Articles tagged with: Technology

Industry Watch

April 6, 2021

Industry Watch

In this edition of Inudstry Watch we cover multi-drug resistant bacterial lung infections, COVID-19 in long-term facilities, and more.

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Innovative Programs: Interventional Pulmonology

March 24, 2021

Innovative Programs: Interventional Pulmonology

We speak with James Canfield, MBA, RPFT, to discuss interventional pulmonology and how it dives deeper into the diagnostics specialty.

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Telehealth: How the Pandemic is Turning an Idea into Reality for Respiratory Therapists

March 3, 2021

Telehealth: How the Pandemic is Turning an Idea into Reality for Respiratory Therapists

Read how the pandemic is changing how RTs visit with their patients and how it's making a difference for one hospital.

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Virtual Learning in the COVID-19 Era: Is Clinical Education Up Next?

June 3, 2020

Virtual Learning in the COVID-19 Era: Is Clinical Education Up Next?

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, RT educators have had to think fast when it comes to teaching in a virtual environment. See how some have adapted.

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A Look Inside the Lungs: Electrical Impedance Tomography

June 3, 2020

A Look Inside the Lungs: Electrical Impedance Tomography

In this episode of Big Ideas Theater, Daniel D. Rowley, MSc, RRT, RRT-ACCS, RRT-NPS, RPFT, FAARC, discusses Electrical Impedance Tomography.

 

Improving Remote Care

April 11, 2018

Improving Remote Care

Technology tools help assist RTs with all aspects of delivering and managing care. They can even help RTs deliver care beyond the boundaries of the clinic. Micaela Sarazen, BSRT, RRT, RRT-NPS, a neuromuscular respiratory therapist at UC Davis Medical Center, shares how she uses technology tools to enhance her team’s delivery of remote care for... Read more »

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Wearable Respiratory Devices: RTs on the Cutting Edge

March 21, 2018

Wearable Respiratory Devices: RTs on the Cutting Edge

Research suggests wearable devices aimed at monitoring patient behaviors and physiological parameters can help health care providers keep tabs on patient conditions outside of the acute care hospital. One study out of The Netherlands, for example, found good results for two internet-based activity monitors in measuring physical activity among COPD patients. Another trial conducted by... Read more »

 

Tech Tools: Using Devices to Improve Care

February 27, 2018

Tech Tools: Using Devices to Improve Care

We use technology tools each day—for both personal and business purposes. These tools can improve efficiency, keep us connected and enhance collaboration, and even help in patient treatments. We asked AARC member Michael Hess, BS, RRT, RPFT, to share how he uses technology tools in his daily practice to help aid in the delivery of... Read more »

 

RT Students in Idaho to Experience 3D Printing

December 27, 2017

RT Students in Idaho to Experience 3D Printing

Samantha Davis (shown above) brings a new tool to her lessons: 3D printing. RT students at Boise State University will get the chance to experience some of the world’s most cutting edge technology this semester. Thanks to Samantha Davis, MS, RRT-NPS, AE-C, they’ll be using the university’s 3D printing capabilities to print neonatal cardiac defects.... Read more »

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