The fastest trauma shears available. Used by Respiratory Therapists, Paramedics, EMTs, Nurses, Doctors, Military, Police, Fire, First Responders, and more.
Rapidly detect changes in your patient’s blood oxygen level, a finger pulse oximeter is essential for all home care Respiratory Therapists.
Nearly all patient care personnel at hospitals wear some form of scrubs I recommend having 4-5 pairs of scrubs. Make comfort your main reason for purchasing, you are going to be living in scrubs.
Go2 Compression Socks
As a Respiratory Therapist you will be on your feet lots and increase your chance of varicose veins. Compression socks will help reduce the symptoms of painful varicose veins and when worn faithfully, they slow the progression of vein disease.
Are you planning to work in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit? You will need the latest textbook Neonatal Resuscitation, 7th Edition. The Neonatal Resuscitation Program (NRP) is an educational program jointly sponsored with the American Heart Association (AHA).
West's Respiratory Physiology
Many times on Intensive Care Unit rounds the Intensivists have stated to ICU residents to perchance West’s Respiratory Physiology to help get a great understanding of how the lungs work. I too highly agree that this simply is the best book in understanding of respiratory physiology.
Dansko Women's Professional Mule
I don’t wear these but the women I work with swear by them. Great comfort for long days on your feet.
Infant Stethoscopes sized for little patients, a must need when working in the NICU.