All things respiratory playlist

Next to cardiac, the system I get asked about the most is respiratory. So, before you start to feel any stress about this topic, take a deep breath and know that I've got you! Use these episodes to fill in the gaps and review before exams. You can click each image below to start listening right away, or access from your favorite podcast player.

PF RATIO POD

What Is the PF Ratio: Episode 33

VENTILATOR WEANING POD

Ventilator Weaning Starts at Intubation: Episode 32

RESPIRATORY NURSING INTERVENTIONS POD

Respiratory Nursing Interventions: Episode 22

HOW TO KNOW YOUR PATIENT NEEDS INTUBATION POD

How to Know Your Patient Need Intubation: Episode 18

RESPIRATORY BASICS PODQUIZ

Respiratory Basics: PodQuiz Episode 4

ACUTE RESP DISTRESS POD

Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome: Episode 3

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