Respiratory Therapy

Respiratory Therapy Courses Description

  • REST 311 ASSESSMENT SKILLS

    Course Content

    • Module I –Introduction to Respiratory Care
    • Module II –Patient Assessment
    • Module III–Medical Gases and Safety Systems
    • Module IV –Oxygen Therapy
    • Module V –Humidity and Aerosol Therapy
    • Module VI –Infection Control
    • Module VII–Chest Physical Therapy
    • Module VIII–Incentive Spirometry and other Hyperinflation Techniques
    • Module IX–Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation
  • REST 312 DIAGNOSTIC TECHNIQUE

    Course Content

    • Module 1 Chest X-ray
    • Module 2 Electrocardiogram
    • Module 3 Advanced diagnostic techniques-CT Chest, MRI,Bronchoscopy
    • Module 3 Pulmonary Function Test
  • REST 313 INTERMITTENT CARDIO REPIRATORY CARE

    Course Content

    • Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease
    • Atelectasis
    • Restrictive lung disease
    • Oxygen therapy
    • Pharmacology
    • Aerosol therapy
    • Arterial blood sampling and analysis
    • Patient assessment
    • Pulmonary function testing
    • Hyperinflation therapy
    • Asthma
    • Pneumonia
    • Lung carcinoma
    • Heart failure
    • End of life/palliative care
  • REST 314 INTERMITTENT CARDIO RESPIRATORY CARE PRACTICUM

    Course Content

    • Module I-Medical Gases, Safety, and Oxygen Delivery Systems
    • Module II-Oxygen Therapy
    • Module III-Humidity/Aerosol Therapy
    • Module IV-Oxygen Rounds/Charting
    • Module V-Isolation Techniques
    • Module VI-Chest Physical Assessment
    • Module VII-Chest Physical Therapy
    • Module VIII-Aerosol Therapy & IPPB Therapy
    • Module IX-Incentive Spirometry
    • Module X-Disinfection and Sterilization Techniques
  • REST 315 RESPIRATORY PHARMACOLOGY

    Course Content

    • Unit 1–General Pharmacological Principles
    • Unit 2–The Metric System and Drug Dosage Calculations
    • Unit 3–Pharmacology of the Autonomic Nervous System
    • Unit 4–Medicated Aerosol Treatments
    • Unit 5–Bronchodilators
    • Unit 6–Pharmacologic Management of Respiratory diseases
    • Unit 7–Therapeutic Medical Gases
    • Unit 8–Anti-inflammatory and Antiasthmatic Agents
    • Unit 9–Pharmacologic Treatment of Respiratory Infectious Diseases
    • Unit 10–Mucokinetics and Surfactants
    • Unit 11–Anti-infective Agents
    • Unit 12–Blood Pressure and Antithrombotic Agents
    • Unit 13–Neuromuscular, Sedative, Anesthetic, and Analgesic Agents
    • Unit 14–Cardiac Agents
    • Unit 15–Medications for Advanced Cardiovascular Life Support/li>
  • REST 316 RESPIRATORY ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY

    Course Content

    • Module I–Respiratory Anatomy.
    • Module II–Ventilatory Mechanics.
    • Module III–Gas Transport.
    • Module IV–Pulmonary Circulation.
    • Module V–Ventilation/Perfusion V/Q Relationships.
    • Module VI–Control of Ventilation.
  • REST 317 INTENSIVE CARDIO RESPIRATORY CARE

    Course Content

    • Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease
    • Interstitial lung disease
    • Acute respiratory distress syndrome
    • Congestive heart failure
    • Neuromuscular disease
    • Head trauma
    • Pharmacology
    • Postoperative ventilation
    • Arterial blood sampling and analysis
    • Patient assessment
    • Thoraco-abdominal trauma
    • Indications for mechanical ventilation
    • Managing patients on mechanical ventilation
    • Physiologic effects of mechanical ventilation
    • Hazards and complications of mechanical ventilation
    • Weaning from mechanical ventilation
    • Hemodynamic monitoring
    • Classification of mechanical ventilators
    • Shock/sepsis
    • Bronchoscopy
  • REST 318 INTENSIVE RESPIRATORY PRACTICUM

    Course Content

    • Module I Sampling Arterial and Mixed Venous Blood
    • Module II Blood gas Analysis and Interpre¬tation
    • Module III Mechanical ventilation monitoring and Management
    • Module IV Airway Suctioning with artificial airway
    • Module V Intubation and Artificial Airways
    • Module VI Pulmonary Function Testing
    • Module VII Case Report
  • REST 319 CARDIO RE CARE EDUCATIONSPIRATORY

    Course Content

    • Module I–Construction of Instructional Objectives
    • Module–Instructional Strategies for Classroom and Clinical Teaching
    • Module III–Unit of instruction
    • Module IV –Evaluation Instruments
    • Module V–Computer Applications for Educator and Students
    • Module VI–Credentialing
    • Module VII–Accreditation
    • Module VIII-Lesson Plan
    • Module IX–Code of the Ethics Profession
    • Module X-Different Teaching Methods
    • Module XI–Teaching Techniques
    • Module XII–Teaching in Educator
    • Module XIII–Clinical Teaching
    • Module XIV–Assessment,Evaluation and Feedback
  • REST 320 CRITICAL CARE COURSE

    Course Content

    • Module I-Basics of Acute Life Support- ACLS, PALS and Trauma Care
    • Module II-Airway Management in Acute Care
    • Module III-Bronchoscopy
    • Module IV-Hemodynamic Monitoring and Vascular Access
  • CAMS 411 RESEARCH METHODOLOGY I

    Course Content

    • Demonstrate basic knowledge of research methodologies
    • Demonstrate basic knowledge of outcomes based research.
    • Demonstrate basic knowledge of scientific method
    • Demonstrate ability to interpret current research
    • Demonstrate ability to use and interpret basic statistics.
    • Recognize the need for research in Allied Health Professional practice.
    • Describe the major components of research project.
  • REST 411 SUB ACUTE CARE

    Course Content

    • Module I-Pulmonary Rehabilitation/Home Care/Hospice Care
    • Module II-Hyperbaric Medicine
    • Module III-Polysomnography
    • Module IV-Asthma Management
    • Module V-Smoking Cessation
    • Module VI-Discharge Planning

     

  • REST 412 SUB-ACUTE CARE PRACTICUM

    Course Content

    • Module I-Pulmonary Rehabilitation
    • Module II-Home Respiratory Care
    • Module III-Sleep Disorders
    • Module IV-Bronchoscopy
    • Module V-Hospice Care
  • REST 413 NEONATAL / PEDIATRIC RESPIRATORY CARE

    Course Content

    • Fetal lung development
    • Upper respiratory tract
    • Perinatal tansition of respiratory system in newborn
    • Apnea of prematurity
    • Lower respiratory tract
    • Persistent pulmonary hypertension of the newborne
    • Infant respiratory distress syndrome
    • Neonatal and pediatric differences
    • Bronchopulmonary dysplasia

     

  • REST 414 NEONATAL AND PEDIATRIC PRACTICUM

    Course Content

    • Module I-The Normal Birth and Assessment of the Newborn
    • Module II-Anticipating the High-Risk Infant
    • Module III-Stabilization of the High-Risk Infant
    • Module IV -Evaluation of the High-Risk Infant
    • Module V-Diseases that Cause Respiratory Distress
    • Module VI-Respiratory Care Techniques and Management
    • Module VII-Infant Transport
  • REST 415 CARDIO RESPIRATORY CARE MANAGEMENT

    Course Content

    • The management and supervision of a cardiopulmonary service.
    • The basic elements of management
    • JC surveys and standards
    • Staff scheduling
    • Departmental budgeting
    • Quality assurance/improvement
    • Evaluation of personnel, purchasing
    • The grievance procedures.
  • REST 416 CARDIOPULMONARY DISEASES

    Course Content

    • Cardiac and respiratory physiology and pathophysiology
    • Pharmacology
    • Coronary artery bypass grafts and cardiac valve replacement
    • Intra-aortic balloon counter pulsation
    • Echocardiography and trans esophageal echocardiography
    • Patient assessment
    • Electrocardiograms (ECG, Holter recordings)
    • Cardiac catheterization
    • Hemodynamic monitoring
    • Exercise testing
    • Pulmonary function testing
    • Bronchoscopy
    • Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS)
  • REST 417 CARDIOPULMONARY DISEASES PRACTICUM

    Course Content

    • Module I – Electrocardiography
    • Module II - Holter Monitoring( A-B-P)
    • Module III - Echocardiography
    • Module IV - Hemodynamics
    • Module V- Cardiac catheterization in the Cath Lab
    • Module VI - Cardiac Exercise Testing
    • Module VII -Lung Volume Tests
    • Module VIII - Pulmonary Mechanics Tests
    • Module IX - Gas Distribution Tests
    • Module X - Diffusion Tests
    • Module XI - Testing Regimens
    • Module XII-Pulmonary Function Testing Equipment
    • Module XIII-Bronchoscopy Assisting
    • Module XIV-Quality Assurance in the Pulmonary Function Lab
  • REST 418 SPECIAL TOPICS

    Course Content

    • ModuleI:Quality Improvement
    • Module II:Graded Exercise testing
    • Module III:Article Critique
  • REST 419 CARDIO RESPIRATORY DIAGNOSTICS

    Course Content

    • Overview of the Cardiovascular System
    • Characteristics of Cardiac Muscle
    • The Peripheral Vascular System
    • The Heart Pump
    • Venous Return
    • Vascular Control Cardiac Output
    • Echo, Holter And Exercise Testing
    • Balloon Bump And Catheterization
    • Regulation of Arterial Pressure
    • Metabolic Syndrome
    • Coronary Disease and Its Implication
    • Hemodynamic Monitoring of CV
    • Sigh Breath
    • Nitrogen Washout