Pulmonary Press News
Over the last couple of weeks, Franciscan Health Indianapolis has displayed a number of a colorful “planted” pinwheels in honor of all the patients who have been discharged after being admitted with the coronavirus.
I wanted to share with ISRC membership and peers some “lessons learned” throughout the pandemic.
2020 Fight for Air Climb was cancelled at the last minute and we look ahead to 2021 with the ALA and FFAC. Can the ISRC rise to occasion?
Well, the 2020 “Fight for Air Climb” was cancelled at the 11th hour. Literally, the climb cancellation was announced the evening before the race up the stairs was to ensue.
The implementation of protocols driven by the appropriate professionals is proven to impact healthcare positively.
This article highlights our approach to circumstances (foreseen and unforeseen) and the agile, innovative leadership provided by everyone in our workforce.
Look what’s happening in ISRC Chapter 6. Union Hospital RT’s are excited to announce that we have a group of respiratory therapists who are now placing “midlines” with great success since March of this year.
With so much already managed, planned and now unknown, the Program committee voted to postpone the ISRC Fall conference for 2020.
It was sometime in mid to late March 2020 that most Indy area hospitals began to see local community members presenting with respiratory distress of mild to severe ranges often coupled with fever and cough.