Critical Care Medicine Department

Critical Care Therapy and Respiratory Care Section (CCTRCS)

Respiratory therapists are involved in cutting edge technologies and therapies, including investigations of the efficacy of nitric oxide.
Respiratory therapists are involved in cutting edge technologies and therapies, including investigations of the efficacy of nitric oxide.

The Critical Care Therapy and Respiratory Care Section (CCTRCS) was established, with specially cross-trained respiratory therapists, to provide respiratory critical care and essential support to accomplish specific therapeutic goals.

In 1999, the CCTRCS expanded its staff and clinical services to support all areas of the Clinical Center.

In addition to our patient care responsibilities, the CCTRCS provides monthly Basic Cardiac Life Support recertification classes to all allied healthcare personnel and has developed a weekly lecture series to foster continued professional growth and development of our staff.

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This page last updated on 07/27/2017

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