Pulmonary Problem Solving I Course Introduction

This course presents several case studies. Each case presents patient history, test results and some vital signs. Auscultation skills are used as part of most of the cases as well as the assessment of the patient's blood pressure. These cases challenge each student ability to solve diagnostic and therapeutic issues based upon knowledge and patient assessment skills. Recommended for nurses, respiratory therapists and medical students. After completing this course, we recommend these sets of pulmonary problem solving cases.
Pulmonary Problems II
Pulmonary Problems III


William A. French , MA RRT, is the Director of Clinical Education, Lakeland Community College, Mentor, Ohio. He is the author of Case Profiles in Respiratory Care, Delmar Publishing, ISBN 10: 0766807770.

Using this course

These cases create a content for practicing both exam and diagnostic skills. A case can include multiple pages that are accessed using the tabs. The case-pages include: patient history blood pressure auscultation lab results diagnosis and treatment To view these pages, use the tabs that appear near the top of the page, under the case title.

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