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I need advice. Anybody here took the CBRC exam in Qatar? I'm scheduled to take the exam this coming July 8, 2013 in Qatar. I'm currently working here in Saudi Arabia. First Q, what type of entry visa do i need for Qatar? Is the CBRC exam difficult? and what references/books I need to review?
Asthma is a chronic lung disease that causes difficulty breathing, and sometimes chest pain, secondary to spasm of smooth airway muscle (bronchospasm), airway inflammation, and increased airway secretions.
In the United States it is estimated that 17.5 million adults, and 7.1 million children, have been diagnosed with asthma. Also in the United States 3,447 people died from asthma symptoms. Worldwide it is estimated that 300 million people have asthma. Currently asthma is costing…
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SBAHC in riyadh still in need of respiratory therapist
Added by Melisa on September 20, 2011 at 2:02pm — No Comments
For those of you with asthma or COPD a car ride, even a short one, can be the beginning of a nightmare, or a pending life-changing event. One of the keys to living with lung disease is avoiding the triggers. If the triggers are in the air around you that key becomes very difficult to perform. Well, here is a tip that may make it easier.
Even a short car ride can put you right in the middle of a multitude of extrinsic (or external) asthma/COPD triggers. A few…Continue
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Airway management is really a very broad spectrum term. To most people in healthcare it means simply putting in an endotracheal tube, but there really is a lot more to it than that. Our airway consists of everything from our oral opening all the way down to the small distal terminal bronchioles. Placing an endotracheal tube only involves a small part of that airway. Well, what happens before the tube gets placed? What…Continue
Added by J. D'Urbano on December 7, 2010 at 11:00pm — No Comments
Hello to all Rt's out there. I am new here and would like to see if I can find some of my class mates. I come from the defunct, long defunct, nyu-bellevue respiratory therapy program 1980-1983. I still remember Hector Sorreano, he was also a music man, he played bass in a rock band, I think he was also director of some hospital in brooklyn, dont remember which. Along with Evelyn Negron (evie) and some others whos names I have forgotten. Anyways if anyone out there know of any rt's from this…Continue
I have not figured this one out about gift part. No One is giving any one any gift.
Added by GHALIB NAWAZ on September 17, 2010 at 1:48pm — No Comments
Conscious Sedation Consulting is offering a comprehensive didactic continuing education course on the administration of conscious (moderate) sedation and analgesia.
Added by Randy Pigg on July 15, 2010 at 11:07pm — No Comments
Would like a contact number to a recruiter for possible employment, highly skilled 16 yrs experience, RRT, dedicated to profession seeking new opportunitys for challenge and growth and of course some adventure.
Nah!! I won’t be commenting on USA’s Independence day, not like it is not worth talking about,
but I just choose to go local today.
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