Educational Requirements: Must be a graduate of an accredited Respiratory Care program.
License Requirements: Respiratory Care Practitioner License, CPR Certification.
Typical Duties: Perform medication administration via nebulizer or metered dose inhaler, humidity and aerosol therapy, medical gas administration, incentive spirometry, Respiratory Mechanics, PEP therapy, pulse oximetry, Chest Physiotherapy, CPR, Mechanical Ventilation, Intubation, Extubation, Suctioning and Bronchoscopy Assist.
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