respiratory care
Paul J. Mathews, RRT, PhD, FAARC, FCCM, FCCP

May 2005 
Volume 35  Number 5 - Supplement: Critical Care Choices 2005
Pages 18 - 21
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Respiratory care practice is changing. In this article, we'll discuss changes in how we humidify the gases delivered to patients via mechanical ventilation and the use of continuous broncho-dilator nebulization. We'll also examine how arterial and pulse oximetry oxygen saturation measurements differ and how these differences can affect their reliability.

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