Pulmonary Press News
COVID-19: On the Front Lines in Indiana
This article highlights our approach to circumstances (foreseen and unforeseen) and the agile, innovative leadership provided by everyone in our workforce.
Respiratory Therapy Branching into Vascular Access in Chapter Six
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.
Covid-19 Pandemic hits Indianapolis
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.
Note from the President
Unfortunately, due to the current COVID concerns, the Program Committee has decided to cancel the 2020 ISRC Fall Conference.
What Respiratory Therapists Should Know About Minimally Invasive Endobronchial Valve Placement for Lung Reduction Benefit
According to a citation in the 2020 report for the Global Initiative for Obstructive Lung Disease (GOLD), stable COPD can be treated with a minimally invasive endobronchial valve (EBV) option. There are a few centers that place these as a bronchoscopic interventional therapy and these EBV’s meet criteria as Evidence A.
Chapter 4 – Franciscan Health Carmel
Franciscan Health Carmel will seek any RT volunteer to help with the Carmel Marathon on April 4, 2020.
The Pulse…On Breathing!
The following summary is a list of recent articles or online publications and releases that involve news about Respiratory Therapy concerns, focus, disease management, prevention and care.
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