Mosby; 3rd edition
Perfect for both practicing therapists and medical students in respiratory therapy and associated professions; this well-organized textbook; Respiratory Care Anatomy and Physiology: Foundations for Clinical Practice 3rd edition (ePub) offers the most clinically relevant and up-to-date information on respiratory applied anatomy and physiology. Content spans the areas of basic anatomy and physiology of the cardiovascular; pulmonary; and renal systems; and details the physiological principles underlying common therapeutic; monitoring and diagnostic therapies and procedures. Using an easy-to-understand and clear format; this digital textbook helps you take a more clinical perspective and learn to think much more critically about the subject matter.
- Appendixes contain helpful tables and definitions of symbols and terms.
- Clinical Focus boxes throughout the ebook place key subject matter in a clinical context to connect practice with theory.
- Chapter outlines; key terms; chapter objectives; and a bulleted chapter summary highlight important concepts and make content more accessible.
- Open-ended concept questions require reasoned responses based on thorough comprehension of the ebook; fostering discussion and critical thinking.
- NEW! Reorganization of content places the section on the renal system before the section on integrated responses in exercise and aging to create a more logical flow of content.
- NEW! More Clinical Focus scenarios and concept questions provide additional opportunities to build upon content previously learned and to apply new information in the textbook.
- NEW! Chapter on the physiological basis for treating sleep-disordered breathing clarifies the physiological mechanisms of sleep-disordered breathing and the various techniques required to treat this type of disorder.
NOTE: This purchase only includes the Respiratory Care Anatomy and Physiology: Foundations for Clinical Practice 3rd edition eBook in the ePub format. A converted PDF is available on request. Although there are many free readers than can read the ePub; we recommended the Adobe Digital Edition.