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Patient assessment, mechanical ventilatory support monitoring, non-invasive ventilation support, administration of medical gas delivery systems (i.e.: heliox, nitric, oxygen
compressed air, etc...), humidification and aerosol therapy.
Airway management, delivery of aerosolized & instilled medications, chest physical therapy,vest therapy, IPV therapy, in-exsuffalator therapy, cardiopulmonary resuscitation, arterial blood gas acquisition & analysis.
Transcutaneous pc02 & po2 monitoring, pulse oximetry monitoring & trending.
Ventilatory weaning, peak flow monitoring, assist with bedside tracheostomies, and bronchoscopy, internal and external patient transporting, patient and family education.
Post Respiratory Care program graduate.
1-2 years preferred Pediatric and Adult critical care experience.
AS/BS Degree, Graduate of an AMA Approved Respiratory Care Program. Bachelor preferred
Current New Jersey State Respiratory Care Board License,
NRP within 6 months of starting position.