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Respiratory Care Case Studies: The Therapist Driven Protocol Approach

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Focusing on therapist-driven protocols, Respiratory Care Case Studies presents 29 realistic case studies that take the reader from patient presentation through case "resolution". It employs a formula approach to patient assessment that emphasizes SOAP: Subjective, Objective, Assessment, and Plan reasoning.
Hardcover, 254 pages
Published January 1st 1997 by Mosby
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Tine!
Jan 14, 2014 Tine! rated it really liked it
I'd say...a 4.4! Despite my hesitant rating, this book definitely has a "star-studded" author line up (and a sweet-ass incidence of foul language for a medical textbook); you probably know des Jardins by now if you're into this stuff, and you can't shake a stick at the Respiratory Director at the Kettering Medical Center, who makes up another third of the book's team. The last third is some consultant, if that matters. She's probably great, sorry.

This workbook is laid out in the form of clinical
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