Respiratory Care Sciences
Respiratory Care Sciences RESP 2104
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STANDARD COURSE OUTLINE RESP 2104 PREREQUISITE Respiratory Care Sciences Admission into the Respiratory Therapy RT Program COURSE DESCRIPTION This course is designed to supply the student with a basic CREDIT HOURS understanding of the scienti c principles important to respiratory therapy 4 credit hours may transfer to other respiratory therapy programs TARGET AUDIENCE Students admitted to the RT Program INSTRUCTIONAL 39 v Care Sciences an I J Approach MATERIALS Wojciechowski 3rd Edition 2000 Delmar Co COURSE OBJECTIVES Upon successful completion of this course the student will t t OoolcUIIgtU3Nt BIO QP39HeP N 18 19 20 21 Write numbers using scienti c notation Add subtract multiply and divide exponential numbers Calculate FiOz air ow oxygen ow and total ow using the Magic Box Calculate ratios and proportions Use Charles and Boyle s Laws Convert percents to decimals and decimals to percents Use the metric system appropriately Use a Base 10 Logarithms Label the parts of a graph De ne measurement bias performance bias and observation bias De ne crosssectional study longitudinal study retrospective study and blind study Identify the best type of study De ne PEER Review Calculate mean Identify the median of a group of numbers De ne Standard Deviation State the numbers that fall within one two and three standard deviations De ne Z Score De ne the following Work Power Watt Energy Kinetic Energy Potential Energy Pressure Atmospheric Pressure State the Kinetic Theory of Matter Convert Atmospheric Pressure to mmHg cmHzO or psi PDF created with FinePrint pdfFactory trial version httpwwwpdffactomcom 22 23 24 26 27 28 29 31 32 34 35 37 38 39 40 42 43 45 46 48 49 51 52 54 55 56 De ne and relate the following gas laws to everyday life Boyle s Law Charles Law GayLussac s Law Combined Gas Law Dalton s Law Avogadro s Law De ne the following ATPS STPD BTPS Work Dalton s Law for any given gasses or pressures Describe how a Hyperbaric Chamber works Calculate the P A02 by using the Alveolar Air equation State the Law of Continuity and relate it to Respiratory Therapy and Cardiology State the Bernoulli Principle and be able to relate it to Respiratory Therapy Apply the Venturi Principle to Respiratory Therapy equipment Calculate the AirOxygen entrainment ratio by using the Magic Box Describe what Respiratory Therapy equipment works off of the Venturi Principle De ne Laminar and Turbulent Flow De ne Viscosity De ne Tracheobronchial Flow and describe where it would be found Calculate VA Describe the ve different modes of 0 transport List and de ne the three types of Airway Resistance Calculate Air ow Resistance in the lung Describe what factors in uence the ow of uids according to Poiseuille s Law of Laminar Flow Calculate Reynold s Number and know why we use it State Hooke s Law as it relates to Elastic Recoil and Elastic Limit Describe physiologically why we use Hooke s Law Compute lung compliance Relate the compliance pressurevolume curve to disease states De ne Time Constants and calculate it from Raw and CL List the percentage of inspiration for each Time Constant Describe the importance of LaPlace s Law State the importance of Pulmonary Surfactant De ne Hydrostatic and Osmotic Pressures De ne Diffusion and Osmosis List the four pressures that in uence capillary dynamics Describe what happens if any of the above pressures are high or low List the major Anions and Cations Describe what takes place in Systemic and Pulmonary Edema Describe how a Paramagnetic Susceptibility Analyzer operates Describe how a Thermal Conductivity Analyzer operates PDF created with FinePrint pdfFactory trial version httpwwwpdffactomcom TOPICAL OUTLINE This course includes but is not limited to the following topics MATH MODULE 1 Scienti c Notation and Exponents Air to Oxygen Ratios Magic Box Inspiratory to Expiratory Ratio Proportions Charles Law Boyle s Law Fractions and Percents Units of Measure Logarithms Graphs Statistics and Studies CHEMISTRY MODULE 1 Atomic Structure and Electron Con guration Chemical Bonding Henry s Law Graham s Law Molarity HendersonHasselbach Equation Chemical Equilibrium Electrolytes Temperature Scales Electrochemistry Oxygen Analyzers MODULE 2 Organic Chemistry Cellular Anatomy Carbohydrates Proteins Amino Acids Lipids Surfactant Nucleic Acids MODULE 3 Hemoglobin Oxygen Toxicity Inhaled Nitric Oxide ARDS Mechanisms of Bronchospasm Mast Cells PDF created with FinePrint pdfFactory trial version httpwwwpdffactomcom PHYSICS MODULE 1 Work Energy Pressure Kinetic Energy Gas Laws Boyle s Law Charles Law GayLussac s Law Combined Gas Laws Dalton s Law Avagadro s Law Ideal Gas Law MODULE 2 Fluid Dynamics Bemoulli s Principle Physical and Electrical Oxygen Analyzers Venturi Principle Oxygen Transport Airway Resistance Viscosity MODULE 3 Mechanics of Ventilation Hooke s Law Compliance Time Constants LaPlace s Law Starling s law of the Capillaries Anions and Cations Physical and Electrical Oxygen Analyzers PDF created with 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