Equipment Theory for Respiratory Care

ISBN-10: 1401852238
ISBN-13: 9781401852238
Edition: 4th 2005 (Revised)
Authors: Gary White
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List price: $183.95
Edition: 4th
Copyright year: 2005
Publisher: Delmar Cengage Learning
Publication date: 8/30/2004
Binding: Hardcover
Pages: 704
Size: 8.50" wide x 11.00" long x 1.25" tall
Weight: 3.740
Language: English

The fourth edition of Equipment Theory for Respiratory Care employs a comprehensive, competency-based approach to describe the equipment and latest technology used in the respiratory care setting. With an approachable style, the book covers the practice of respiratory theory, including: the administration of oxygen and oxygen mixtures by various devices and appliances; the application of mechanical ventilators to assist or control breathing; the maintenance of clear airways by humidification; the education of patients in the rehabilitation clinic; and many other topics. Additionally, more universal algorithms, an expanded art program, and enhanced Clinical Corner problems round out this new edition.

List of Equipment
Preface
Acknowledgments
Medical Gas Supply Equipment
Physics of the Principles
Behavior of Gases
Gas Pressure
Gas Flow
Viscous Shearing, Vorticity and Ejectors
Choked Flow or Compressible Flow
Gas Laws
Gas Diffusion
Medical Gas Supply Equipment
Compressors
Concentrators
Liquid Reservoir Systems
Piping Systems
Construction of Piping Systems
Cylinders
Safety Rules for Cylinder Use
Duration of Gas Flow
Oxygen Regulation Devices
Reducing Valves
Regulators
Proportioners (Air-Oxygen Blenders)
Oxygen Flowmeters
Demand Pulse Flow Oxygen Delivery Devices
Medical Gas Therapy Equipment
Indications for Oxygen Therapy
High- and Low-Flow Oxygen Delivery Systems
High-Flow Oxygen Delivery Systems
Low-Flow Oxygen Delivery Devices
HiOx[superscript 80] Disposable High F[subscript 1]O[subscript 2] Oxygen Mask
Vapotherm 2000i
Oxygen Enclosures or Environmental Devices
Mist Tents
Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy
Mixed Gas Therapy
Carbon Dioxide/Oxygen Therapy
Nitric Oxide (NO) Therapy
Humidity and Aerosol Therapy Equipment
Physics of Humidity and Aerosol Therapy
Humidity and Aerosols
Measurement of Humidity
Evaporation
Humidity Deficit
Physical Characteristics of Aerosols
Physical Nature of Particles
Factors Influencing Aerosol Deposition in the Airways
Application of Choked Flow
Humidity Therapy Equipment
Factors Influencing Humidifier Efficiency
Clinical Applications of Humidity Therapy
Humidifiers
Clinical Applications of Aerosol Therapy
Indications for Aerosol Therapy
Aerosol Therapy Equipment
Nebulizer
Metered Dose Inhalers
MDI Holding Chambers
Dry Powder Inhalers (DPIs)
Large-Volume Nebulizers
Babbington Nebulizers
Small-Particle Aerosol Generator
Ultrasonic Nebulizers
Small-Volume Ultrasonic Nebulizers for Medication Delivery
Aerosol Administration Devices
Pediatric Aerosol Tents
Croupette
Ohmeda Pediatric Aerosol Tent
Hyperinflation Therapy Equipment
Physics of Hyperinflation Therapy Equipment
Measurement of Inspired Volumes
Gas Pressure Regulation
Gas Flow Regulation
Indications For Incentive Spirometry and Positive Airway Pressure Adjuncts to Bronchial Hygiene Therapy
Incentive Spirometry Equipment
Voldyne
Triflo II
Volurex
Monaghan Spirocare
Positive-Expiratory-Pressure and Flutter Valve Therapy Equipment
Positive-Expiratory-Pressure Therapy Equipment
Inspiratory Muscle Training Devices
Indications for Intermittent Positive Pressure Breathing (IPPB) Therapy
Intermittent Positive Pressure Breathing (IPPB) Equipment
Bird IPPB ventilators
Bennett IPPB ventilators
Percussionaire Corporation IPV Ventilators
Percussionator
Phasitron
Percussionaire IPV-2
Percussionaire IPV-1C
Percussors Used For Chest Physiotherapy
VIBRAMATIC
FLIMM FIGHTER
MJ PERCUSSOR
Adjunctive Equipment For Manual Chest Percussion
DHD Healthcare Palm Cups
Ballard Manual Percussor for Neonatal Use
High Frequency Chest Wall Oscillation (HFCWO) Therapy
The Emerson Coughassist MI-E Device
Emergency Resuscitation Equipment
Physics of the Principles
Forces Exerted By Artificial Airway Cuffs
Cuff Pressure Manometers
Resuscitator Valve Types
The Importance of Poiseuille's Law
Vacuum Regulation
Upper Airway Obstruction
Positional Maneuvers to Open the Airway
Head Tilt
Anterior Mandibular Displacement
Artificial Airways
Oropharyngeal Airway
Nasopharyngeal Airway
Laryngeal Mask Airway
Combitube Airway
Mouth-to-Mask Ventilation Devices
Manual Resuscitators
Flow-Inflating Manual Resuscitators
Permanent, Self-Inflating Manual Resuscitators
Disposable, Self-Inflating Manual Resuscitators
Intubation Equipment
Laryngoscopes and Blades
Equipment Used to Assist In Intubation
Endotracheal Tubes
Specialized Endotracheal Tubes
Tracheostomy Tubes
Cuff Pressure Measurement
Specialized Weaning Devices
Secretion Evacuation Devices
Suction Regulators
Suction Catheters
Physiological Measurement and Monitoring Devices
Pulmonary Measurement Devices
Volume Displacement Devices
Body Plethysmographs
Pneumotachometers
Vane-Type Respirometers
Peak Flowmeters
Oxygen Analyzers
Physical Oxygen Analyzer
Electrical Oxygen Analyzer
Electromechanical Oxygen Analyzer
Blood Gas Electrodes
The pH System
The PCO[subscript 2] Measuring System
The PO[subscript 2] Measuring System
Blood Gas Sensor Blocks
Calibration and Quality Control of Blood Gas Systems
Transcutaneous Electrodes
Transcutaneous PCO[subscript 2] Electrode
Transcutaneous PO[subscript 2] Measurement
Novametrix Medical Systems Model 840 PtcO[subscript 2]/PtcCO[subscript 2] Monitor
Oxygen Saturation Measurement
Hemoglobin
Co-oximetry
Pulse Oximetry
End Tidal CO[subscript 2] Monitoring
Capnography
Waveform Morphology
Sensor Position
End Tidal CO2 Monitoring Equipment
Nitric Oxide Measurement and Monitoring
Electrochemical Analyzers for Nitric Oxide
Chemiluminescence Nitric Oxide Analyzers
Indirect Calorimetry
Patient Interfaces
Mouthpiece and Canopy Collection
Apnea Monitors
Home Sleep Monitors
Mechanical Ventilator Theory and Classification
Physics of Mechanical Ventilators
Gas Laws That Apply to Mechanical Ventilation
Measurement of Gas Flow and Pressure
Valve Operation
Proportional Solenoid Valves
Demand Valves
Ventilator Classification
Chatburn's Classification System
Ventilatory Work
Input Power
Drive Mechanism
Control Circuit
Fluidics
Control Variables
Phase Variables
Output Waveforms
Patient Circuit
Alarm Systems
Modes of Ventilation
Adult Acute Care Ventilators: Ventilators Having Volume as a Control Variable
The Control Variable
Monaghan 225/SIMV Ventilator
Adult Acute Care ventilators: Ventilators Having Flow and Pressure Control Variables
The Control Variable
Bear Medical Systems, Bear 1, 2, and 3
Bear Medical Systems, Bear 5
Bear Medical Systems, BEAR 1000
Bird Products Corporation, 8400ST i
Bird Products Corporation, TBird AVS Ventilator
Drager, Evita 4 Intensive Care Ventilator
Hamilton Medical, Galileo
Hamilton Medical, Veolar
Infrasonics, Adult Star
Newport Medical Instruments, Wave
Puritan-Bennett Corporation, 7200ae
Nellcor Puritan-Bennett, 840 Ventilator
Siemens-Elema Servo 900C
Siemens-Elema Servo 300
Siemens Servo[superscript i] Ventilator
Viasys Vela Ventilator
Chapter Summary
Pediatric and Neonatal Ventilators
The Control Variable
Bear Medical Systems, Bear Cub BP-2001
Viasys Critical Care Bear Cub 750[subscript vs] and Bear Cub 750[subscript psv]
V.I.P. Bird and V.I.P. Bird Gold Ventilators
Drager Babylog 8000
Nellcor Puritan-Bennett, Infant Star 500 and 950 Ventilators
Newport Medical Instruments, Inc., Breeze (E150) Ventilator
Sechrist Industries, Model IV-100B and IV-200
Chapter Summary
Non-Invasive, Homecare, and Transport Ventilators
Definition of Non-invasive Positive-Pressure Ventilation
Indications for Non-Invasive Positive-Pressure Ventilation (NPPV)
Hazards of Non-Invasive Positive-Pressure Ventilation
Patient Interface
Non-Invasive Positive-Pressure Ventilators
Respironics, Inc., BiPAP Vision Ventilator
Respironics, Inc., BiPAP S/T-D Ventilator
Homecare Ventilators
Bear Medical Systems, Inc., BEAR 33
Nellcor Puritan-Bennett LP20 Ventilator
Nellcor Puritan-Bennett LP6 PLUS and LP10
Respironics, Inc., PLV-100 and PLV-102
Noncontinuous Ventilatory Augmentation
Puritan-Bennett GoodKnight 420S Nasal CPAP System
Respironics, Inc., REMstar Plus CPAP SYSTEM
Bi-Level Positive Airway Pressure Systems
Puritan-Bennett KnightStar 330 Bi-Level Ventilator
Respironics, Inc., BiPAP Synchrony Ventilatory Support System
Transport Ventilators
Ambu, Inc., TransCARE2
Expiratory Phase
Inspiratory Phase
Bio-Med Devices Crossvent 4
Bird Products Corporation, Avian
Hamilton Medical, Inc., Max
Impact Medical Corporation Uni-Vent Model 750
Life Support Products, Inc., AutoVent 2000/3000
Newport Medical Instruments, Inc., Newport E100M
Omni-Tech Medical, Inc., Omni-Vent
Chapter Summary
High-Frequency Mechanical Ventilation
Types of High-Frequency Ventilators
High-Frequency Positive-Pressure Ventilator (HFPPV)
High-Frequency Jet Ventilator (HFJV)
High-Frequency Flow Interrupter (HFFI)
High-Frequency Oscillatory Ventilator (HFOV)
Gas Exchange in the Lungs During High-Frequency Ventilation
Convective Ventilation
Asymmetric Velocity Profiles
Pendelluft
Taylor Dispersion
Cardiogenic Mixing
Molecular Diffusion
Clinical Application of High-Frequency Ventilation
Reduced Mean Airway and Intrathoracic Pressure
Stable, Motionless Operative Field
Refractory Hypoxemia and Hypercarbia
Representative High-Frequency Ventilators
Percussionare VDR 4
Viasys Critical Care 3100A and 3100B High-Frequency Oscillatory Ventilator
Appendix
Glossary
Index

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