Cardiopulmonary Anatomy & Physiology: Essentials for Respiratory Care
WF 101 D441c 2008
Divided into three sections: the cardiopulmonary system, advanced cardiopulmonary concepts
and related areas, and the cardiopulmonary system during unusual environmental conditions.
Chest Disease: Test and Syllabus
WF 18.2 C5252 2007
Focuses on cases that represent the more common diagnostic problems facing the radiologist
who deals with chest disease.
Clinical Application of Mechanical Ventilation
WB 342 C456c 2006
Discusses new innovations in equipment and clinical practice to meet different patient care needs
with various strategies of ventilation.
Clinical Manifestations and Assessment of Respiratory Disease
WF 140 D441c 2006
The student is provided with the basic knowledge and helpful tools to gather clinical data
systemically and then document essential treatment steps clearly.
WF 200 C641 2008
Contains a synoptic and definitive account of the latest methods and practice in the control of
tuberculosis for public health and those in clinical practice settings.
Color Atlas and Text of Pulmonary Pathology
WF 17 C719 2007
A compilation of common, rare, and newly described lung diseases, both neoplastic and nonneoplastic
in one volume.
Egan’s Fundamentals of Respiratory Care
RESV WB 342 E28 2009
In addition to providing the fundamental knowledge for the safe and effective administration of
inhalation therapy, the book emphasizes the role of respiratory care in the management and
prevention of disease. Pathophysiology and patient assessment, common clinical problems
encountered by respiratory care practitioners, basic therapeutics—Airway Pharmacology and
Aerosol Drug Administration, and respiratory care in alternative settings are also covered.
Emergency Airway Management
WF 145 E53 2009
Specific chapters address key issues such as airway assessment, oxygen therapy, basic airway
management techniques and indications for intubation.
Fishman’s Pulmonary Diseases and Disorders
WF 600 F537 2008
Organized to ensure that the specialized as well as the general aspects of pulmonary medicine
are expertly covered and well presented.
Handbook of Tuberculosis: Clinics, Diagnostics, Therapy and Epidemiology
WF 200 H2353 2008
The World Health Organization reports that about 1.7 million deaths occur from this disease each
year, this comprehensive handbook is written for both scientists and health care practitioners.
Integrated Cardiopulmonary Pharmacology
QV 150 C684i 2008
Contains extensive information on dosages, drug actions, uses and interactions etc. and includes
more detailed pharmacokinetics, contraindications and side effects.
Kendig’s Disorders of the Respiratory Tract in Children
WS 280 K331 2006
Provides coverage of the latest treatments and respiratory care for infants and children with both
common and rare childhood disorders of the lungs.
Laboratory Exercises for Competency in Respiratory Care
WF 25 B9871 2009
Provides procedural competency evaluations providing technical and communication skills
necessary for theory and practice.
Management of the Difficult and Failed Airway
WF 145 M2665 2008
A text that presents a consistent approach to the difficult and failed airway in all clinical settings
with the basic principle being oxygenation.
Management of the Mechanically Ventilated Patient
WF 145 P616m 2007
Topics are addressed in an easy-to-read and understandable manner for both the beginning
student and the advanced practitioner.
WF 145 M486 2009
Each chapter includes discussions of new technology and proposes best practices using
Non-Invasive Respiratory Support Techniques
WF 145 E76n 2009
A practical guide to oxygen therapy, non-invasive ventilation and continuous airway pressure
clearly defining when and how various treatments are used.
Pulmonary Infection in the Immunocompromised Patient: Strategies for Management
WF 600 P983495 2009
Reviews current management options for immunocompromised patients with pulmonary
Pulmonary Pathophysiology: The Essentials
WF 600 W514p 2008
Emphasizes the function of the diseased lung, with appropriate consideration of the relationship
of structure to function. Provides the essentials of what students need to know.
Pulmonary Physiology and Pathophysiology: An Integrated, Case-Based Approach
WF 140 W518p 2007
The book is focused on pulmonary physiology and pathophysiology but also includes some
anatomy, pharmacology, and pathology to illustrate case histories of patients.
Rapid Interpretation of Ventilator Waveforms
WF 141 R218 2007
It is intended as a complement to a mechanical ventilation textbook and as a reference
convenient to carry in the clinical setting.
Respiratory Care Anatomy and Physiology: Foundations for Clinical Practice
WF 102 B365r 2007
This book provides respiratory therapy students and practicing therapists with a physiological
foundation to support clinical practice.
Respiratory Disease: A Case Study Approach to Patient Care
WF 140 R43410 2007
The intended audience is students enrolled in a respiratory care program, and practitioners
preparing for the National Board for Respiratory Care exams.
Respiratory Physiology: The Essentials
RESV WF 102 W518r 2008
This book serves as the gold standard for medical students, health science students, residents,
and practitioners on the functions of the respiratory system. It’s a concise, authoritative and clearwritten
AHA Guide to the Health Care Field
RESV WX 22 AA1 A53 2007
A guide to United States hospitals, health care systems, networks, alliances, health
organizations, agencies, and providers.
Gale Encyclopedia of Nursing and Allied Health
Provides more than 850 entries covering topics in nursing and allied health for students and
professionals. Available from the Health Sciences Library list of eBooks.
Hardin Meta Directory of Internet Health Resources
Hardin MD, provided by the University of Iowa, serves as a “directory of directories”. It intends to
contain the best lists of information in health and medicine, links to respiratory system and lung
Health Care Careers Directory
REF W 22 AA1 H434 36th ed. 2008-2009
Contains indispensable information on 8,000 U.S. educational programs in 77 health professions,
including respiratory therapist and respiratory therapist assistant.
Official ABMS Directory of Board Certified Medical Specialists
REF W 22 AA1 O32 40th Ed. 2008
A directory of board certified physicians authorized by the 24 member boards of the American
Board of Medical Specialties.
Reported Tuberculosis in the United States
REF WF 200 R425 2006
Presents summary data for TB cases reported to the Division of TB Elimination of the Centers for
Disease Control and Prevention.
Top Doctors: New York Metro Area
REF W 22 AN7 T673 2006
Provides detailed information on more than 6,000 well-trained, highly competent physicians from
which to choose for healthcare needs.
American Medical Association Manual of Style: A Guide for Authors and Editors
REF WZ 345 A511 2007
Helpful style manual for writing research papers in field of Respiratory Care, including style
recommendations for electronic resources and electronic publishing issues.
The APA Style of Documentation: A Pocket Guide
RESV WZ 345 P9575a 2010
This guide demonstrates the fundamentals of documentation for collegiate writing and helpful
sections on finding, evaluating, and integrating sources.
Concise Rules of APA Style
RESV WZ 39 C744 2010
Following these guidelines you can express your ideas in a form and style familiar to a broad
range of readership groups.
Documentation Manual for Writing SOAP Notes in Occupational Therapy
WB 39 B726d 2005
This manual is designed as a teaching tool and workbook for a systematic approach to one form
of documentation, the SOAP note.
How to Write a Paper
WZ 345 H68 2008
Covers the basics of scholarly writing including structure, writing various kinds of papers, and the
publishing process from start to finish publication.
Mastering APA Style: Instructor’s Resource Guide
RESV WZ 345 M423 2010
The American Psychological Association’s answer to the expressed need of both instructors and
those who need to learn APA style.
Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association
RESV WZ 345 A512p 2010
This book assists with content, preparation, and organizational structure of papers and
manuscripts. Check with your instructor to find if there is a preference for a particular style format
before submitting your papers.
A Writer’s Reference
RESV PE 1408 H2778 2007
A tabbed handbook that teaches the mechanics of writing, the basics of academic writing,
sentence style, punctuation, and researching.
Writing a Biomedical Research Paper: A Guide to Structure and Style
WZ 345 B927w 2009
Content by itself is not enough, style makes all the difference with readers in keeping their
Writing Patient/Client Notes: Ensuring Accuracy in Documentation
WB 18.2 K43wa 2009
This book is written to help new practitioners learn the skill of writing patient care notes to
document patient care.
Writing with Style: APA Style Made Easy
REF HM 586 S9985w 2008
This book calls attention to the style of writing used in professional journals and leads them
through a process of collecting examples of words, phrases, and sentences that illustrate the
essential stylistic components.
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