b'Credit(s): 2student competencies andRCT 2434 - Respiratory performance of respiratory careCare Technology III This course is an introduction toprocedures.(6,0,18) pulmonary function techniquesCredit(s): 4 and testing equipment withRCT 1523 - Clinical patient data evaluation andPractice IIThis course is an advanced study recommendation based onof respiratory care in the critical pulmonary function resultsCredit(s): 3care setting. Topics include non-Prerequisite: RCT 1313 -conventional modes of Cardiopulmonary Anatomy andThis course is a continuation ofmechanical ventilation, Physiology, or instructorClinical Practice I. Studentshemodynamics, special approval. (2,1,2)rotate through variousprocedures, and advanced respiratory care subspecialtycardiac life support Prerequisite: RCT 1416 - Respiratoryareas for evaluation ofClinical Practice II (RCT 1523). Care Technology Icompetency and performance of(4,3,2) respiratory care procedures. Credit(s): 6(3,0,9)RCT 2533 - Clinical Practice III This course is a study ofRCT 1613 - Respiratory respiratory treatments,Care PharmacologyCredit(s): 3 equipment design and operation related to acute care procedures.Credit(s): 3This course is a continuation of (6,4,4)Clinical Practice I and II. This course is designed toStudents will rotate through RCT 1424 - Respiratoryintroduce the student to thevarious clinical areas for Care Technology IIpharmacology related toevaluation of competency, cardiopulmonary disorders.performance and/or observation Credit(s): 4(3,3,0)of respiratory care procedures. (3,0,9) This course is a continuation ofRCT 2333 - Respiratory Care Technology I.CardiopulmonaryRCT 2546 - Clinical It is a study of the managementPathologyPractice IV of respiratory failure, including mechanical ventilation,Credit(s): 6 pulmonary rehabilitation, andCredit(s): 3home care. Prerequisite: RCTThis course is a continuation of 1416 - Respiratory CareThis course is a study of cardiopulmonaryClinical Practice III. Students Technology I. (4,3,2)will rotate through respiratory pathophysiology. It includes etiology, clinical manifestations,care areas. A procedural guide is RCT 1516 - Clinicalutilized to evaluate student diagnostics and treatment of Practice Ivarious cardiopulmonarycompetency and performance. diseases incorporating clinical(6,0,18) Credit(s): 6practice guidelines, and therapist driven protocols. Case studiesRCT 2613 - Patient assessment, performanceand/or clinical simulations willNeonatal/Pediatrics of respiratory care procedures,be utilized to enforce learningManagement and care plan formation areand evaluate progress. (3,3,0) practiced in the hospital environment. A proceduralCredit(s): 3 guide is utilized to evaluate 413'