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Research Guide: Respiratory Resources
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|Murray and Nadel's Textbook of Respiratory Medicine
||RC731 .T48 2016
|Physician's Desk Reference
||RS75 .P5 2015
|Equipment theory for respiratory care
||RC735 .I5 W48 2015
|Mosby's Respiratory Care Equipment
||RC735 .I5 R4728 2014
|RRT exam secrets study guide : your key to exam success
||RC735 .I5 R78 2012
|Clinical manifestations and assessment of respiratory disease
||RC735 .I5 C466 2016
|Assisted ventilation of the neonate: an evidence-based approach
to newborn respiratory care
||RJ312 .A87 2017
|Respiratory care anatomy and physiology: foundations for
||QP121 .B355 2018
Example Subject Headings: respiratory therapy
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American Association for Respiratory Care: http://www.aarc.org/
American Lung Association: Data and fact sheets on asthma, air quality, tobacco control, http://www.lungusa.org
American Thoracic Society, the medical section of the American Lung Association: http://www.thoracic.org
NCHPEG: National Coalition for Health Professional Education in Genetics: http://www.nchpeg.org
Gene Clinics: Medical genetics information resource, http://www.geneclinics.org
National Newborn Screening & Genetics Resource Center: http://genes-r-us.uthscsa.edu/resources/genetics/primary_care.htm
Genetics & Your Practice: Medical genetics education, http://www.marchofdimes.com/gyponline/index.bm2
VentWorld: Case studies, http://ventworld.com/education/education.asp
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