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					Students who
complete this
program of
studies will be                                                                                                  UA/
able to:          (fill in Program SLOs below):                        PC      I/TL ML    SI       EC   CC       H

                  The student will demonstrate the ability to
                  comprehend, apply and evaluate clinical
                  information relevant to his/her goal as a
                  Respiratory Therapist. IT1, IT2, IT3, ML1,
                  ML2, ML3, SI1, SI2, SI3, SI4, SI5, EC1, EC2,                             1,2,3 1,2,3
                  EC3, EC5, CC1, CC2, CC4                                      1,2,3 1,2,3 ,4,5 ,5     1,2,4

                  The student will demonstrate the technical
                  proficiency in all the skills necessary to fulfill
                  the role as a Respiratory Therapist. IT1, IT3,
                  ML1, ML2, ML3, SI1, SI3, SI5.                                1,3   1,2,3 1,3,5

                  The student will demonstrate personal
                  behaviors consistent with professional and
                  employer expectations as a Respiratory
                  Therapist. PC1, PC2, PC3, PC4, PC5, CC1,             1,2,3                       1,2,4 1,2,3
                  CC2, CC3, CC4, EC1, EC2, EC4, EC5.                   ,4,5                        ,5    ,4
AH1



AH2



AH3



AH4

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IT1




IT2



IT3




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CC1



CC2
CC3




CC4
Code

EC1




EC2




EC3
EC4

EC5
Code

ML1




ML2




ML3
Code
SI1




SI2
SI3




SI4



SI5
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Code   Productive Citizenry
PC1    Identify and analyze
       ethical problems or
       dilemmas as well as
       identify and describe
       those involved.
PC2    Demonstrate academic
       integrity.
PC3    Comprehend and apply
       the rights,
       responsibilities, and
       privileges required of an
       informed citizen in a
       democratic society.
PC4    Demonstrate an
       understanding of civic,
       social, and
       environmental issues.
PC5    Analyze, apply, and
       practice healthy lifestyle
       choices.
PC6    Apply principles of
       personal financial
       planning and
       management.

Code   Understanding of the
       Arts and Humanities
AH1    Analyze and evaluate
       music as well as the
       visual and performing
       arts.
AH2    Demonstrate basic
       knowledge of the arts,
       literature, history, and
       philosophy.
AH3    Utilize knowledge of
       history and philosophy
       in decision-making.

AH4    Develop creative
       expression.
Code   Informational and
       Technological Literacy

IT1    Utilize basic computer
       applications effectively
       when performing tasks
       that necessitate
       computer use.

IT2    Conduct research,
       critically assess, utilize,
       and cite information.

IT3    Synthesize, integrate,
       and contextualize
       multiple outside sources
       with individual voice,
       analysis, or position.

Code   Cultural Competence
CC1    Demonstrate knowledge
       of one’s own culture as
       well as others.

CC2    Demonstrate the ability
       to interact effectively
       within and across
       cultures.
CC3    Analyze and describe
       the impact religion,
       mass media, politics,
       economics, technology,
       environment, and
       history has on society.


       Demonstrate the ability
       to communicate
       effectively in a language
       other than one’s own.


CC4
Code   Effective
       Communication
EC1    Apply oral
       communication skills in
       order to maintain
       relationships, articulate
       perspectives, and solve
       problems within
       interpersonal, small
       group, and public
       contexts.

       Apply listening skills in
       order to understand,
       analyze, and evaluate
       messages and to
       empathize with and
       support others.

EC2    Read critically and
       analytically, identifying
       central arguments and
       lines of reasoning in a
       number of different
       kinds of texts.

EC3    Demonstrate autonomy
       as writers by making
       effective rhetorical
       choices regarding point
       of view, tone, and voice
       in relation to audience
       and purpose.
       Use logical, ethical, and
       emotional appeals,
       avoiding logical
       fallacies in thought and
       language and utilizing a
       variety of rhetorical
       strategies.

EC4

EC5
Code   Mathematical Literacy

ML1    Apply mathematical
       principles to solve
       problems effectively in
       science, business, and
       everyday life.
ML2    Demonstrate a sense of
       number to make
       informed decisions,
       estimate orders of
       magnitude, read a chart
       or a graph, and follow
       an argument based on
       numerical evidence.

       Apply statistical
       numeracy by making
       sensible estimates, use a
       commonsense approach
       when using data to
       support an argument,
       and judiciously apply
       averages and
       percentages.

ML3
Code   Scientific Inquiry
SI1    Analyze and apply the
       principles of the social,
       behavioral, physical,
       and natural sciences.

SI2    Apply scientific
       methods of inquiry and
       analysis through critical
       reading, research, and
       experimentation.
SI3   Employ quantitative
      reasoning to solve
      problems and justify
      conclusions with
      reasoned and
      scientifically sound
      argument.
      Distinguish between
      unverifiable beliefs and
      the knowledge gained
      through the objectivity
      of science.
SI4   Correctly analyze and
      assess cause and effect
      relationships in natural
      phenomena.
SI5
COURSE # SLO

                 Given a patient scenario, the student will assess the specific
                 obstructive disease with which the patient presents and select
                 the appropriate therapy to evaluate tissue oxygenation and
RESP 105       1 cellular homeostasis.

                 Given patient scenarios, the student will compare and / or
               2 contrast obstructive or restrictive pulmonary disease.

                 Evaluate and recommend specific respiratory modalities
                 appropriate to meet a patient’s needs given a patient
RESP 108       1 scenario.

                 Diagram the sequential progression of a disease entity,
                 identifying problems specific to their respective patient and
                 choose laboratory data to confirm or deny the existence of
RESP 112       1 their identified current problem.

                 Given the history, signs, symptoms, radiological findings, and
                 current chest assessment, the student will gather the
                 additional clinical information and suggest decisions regarding
               2 the management of their respective patients.
                 Given a critically ill ventilator patient, the student will graph
                 the admission pathophysiology, collect relevant clinical data,
                 perform the appropriate calculations to assess the current
                 extent of the patient’s disease, to confirm or deny the
                 existence of problems, to ascertain the appropriate patient
               3 management.

                 Recommend the appropriate cardio-respiratory drugs for
RESP 114       1 treatment given a patient scenario.

                 Given patient laboratory data, distinguish normal and
                 abnormal values and interpret these results relating it to
RESP 116       1 patient care.


                 Accurately describe the need for mechanical ventilation
                 including the basic terms and concepts. Appropriately identify
                 and describe the specific components and operation of the
                 following ventilators: Servo 300; Servo I ; Puritan Bennett 840;
                 Drager Ventilators; Hamilton Galileo; BiLevel ventilation
RESP 118       1 Devices

                 Diagram the sequential progression of a disease entity,
                 identifying problems specific to their respective patient and
                 choose laboratory data to confirm or deny the existence of
RESP 122       1 their identified current problem.
             Given the history, signs, symptoms, radiological findings, and
             current chest assessment, the student will gather the
             additional clinical information and suggest decisions regarding
           2 the management of their respective patients.
             Given a critically ill ventilator patient, the student will graph
             the admission pathophysiology, collect relevant clinical data,
             perform the appropriate calculations to assess the current
             extent of the patient’s disease, to confirm or deny the
             existence of problems, to ascertain the appropriate patient
           3 management.

             Define specified terminology related to the scope of practice
RESP 141   1 of anesthesia technology.
             Describe the structure and function of components typically
           2 found on an anesthesia machine.
             Demonstrate the correct use of artificial airway devices and
           3 intubation equipment.

             Describe the fundamental structure and function prescribed
             systems within the human body as related to anesthesia
RESP 142   1 technology.

             Compare and contrast “normal” vs. “abnormal” anatomy and
           2 describe appropriate modifications to anesthesia techniques.
             Describe the importance of correct patient positioning in
             relation to its effect on anatomical and physiological
           3 impairment.

             Define the role of the anesthesia technician in relation to
RESP 143   1 other members of the operating room team.
             Demonstrate the principles of universal precautions and
           2 aseptic technique.
             Demonstrate correct body mechanics related to patient
           3 positioning.

             Demonstrate prescribed standards in patient care techniques
RESP 144   1 used in the operating room.

             Distinguish between and describe the role of prescribed
             noninvasive, invasive, and ultrasound monitoring procedures
           2 used during the perioperative period.
             Compare and contrast normal parameters of hemodynamic
             waveforms displayed during anesthesia and surgical
           3 procedures.

             Describe and apply prescribed standards in patient care
RESP 145   1 techniques in the operating room.
             Correctly assemble supplies for prescribed noninvasive and
           2 invasive monitoring techniques.
             Differentiate between prescribed clinical applications of
           3 vascular access devices and techniques.
             Define prescribed terminology as related to classes, dosage,
             measurement and route of administration of prescribed drugs
RESP 146   1 and anesthetic agents.
             Compare and contrast the physiological effects of prescribed
           2 classes of anesthetic agents.
             Identify evidence based methods of quality control for
             reducing medication errors in accordance with FDA
           3 regulations and Joint Commission standards.

             Analyze and distinguish normal parameters of laboratory
             values associated with hematology, blood chemistry, and acid-
RESP 147   1 base balance.
             Define the role of crystalloids, colloids, and blood components
             related to acid-base balance, tissue oxygenation, fluid and
             electrolyte balance, clotting mechanisms, and immune
           2 response.

             Define the theoretical concepts of autologous blood collection
           3 and delivery and intra-aortic balloon pump therapy.

             Assemble prescribed equipment and describe the steps to
             setup, calibrate, and troubleshoot instrument malfunctions
RESP 148   1 and alarms.
             Set up intravenous lines, fluid management devices, and
             hemodynamic pressure transducers for application by the
           2 operating room staff.
             Describe the airway management, vascular access, and
             monitoring needs of the high acuity patient undergoing
           3 anesthesia.

             Recommend appropriate respiratory care techniques for
             neonates with varying dysfunctions or disorders given a
RESP 150   1 patient scenario.

             Students will be able to recognize essential discipline skills and
RESP 198   1 content and apply them to a related course



RESP 199   1 Complete individual study, research, or projects in education
             Participate in conference sessions with the instructor of
           2 record

             Develop the skills necessary to work independently (including
           3 self-monitoring, time management, and resource acquisition).

RESP 200
A-C        1 Organize a typical patient workload in the hospital setting.

             Given a patient scenario, the student will assess the specific
             obstructive disease with which the patient presents and select
             the appropriate therapy to evaluate tissue oxygenation and
RESP 201   1 cellular homeostasis.
             Given patient scenarios, the student will compare and / or
           2 contrast obstructive or restrictive pulmonary disease.

RESP 202
A-C        1 Organize a typical patient workload in the hospital setting

             Given patient scenarios, the student will assess the specific
             obstructive disease with which the patient presents and select
             the appropriate therapy to evaluate tissue oxygenation and
RESP 205   1 cellular homeostasis.
             Given patient scenarios, the student will compare and/or
             contrast Acute Respiratory Failure versus Acute Respiratory
           2 Distress Syndrome.


             Determine the settings needed to accomplish minute volume
RESP 208   1 and oxygenation in advance/complex modes of ventilation.
             Describe the principles of pressure and flow monitoring to
             include principle of operation and factors which influence
           2 accuracy of the measurement
             Identify the events noted in graphic monitoring of flow,
           3 pressure and volume waveforms of ventilation
             Interpret the ECG pattern from a given tracing and the clinical
             implications/treatment of each rhythm according to ACLS
           4 guidelines

           5 Perform defibrillation and cardioversion in a lab model

             Calculate the values normally derived from the hemodynamic
           6 waveform produced by a pulmonary artery catheter

             Calculate the oxygen delivery and uptake as determined by
           7 systemic system and data obtained from the pulmonary artery

             Diagram the sequential progression of a disease entity,
             identifying problems specific to their respective patient and
             choose laboratory data to confirm or deny the existence of
RESP 222   1 their identified current problem.

             Given the history, signs, symptoms, radiological findings, and
             current chest assessment, the student will gather the
             additional clinical information and suggest decisions regarding
           2 the management of their respective patients.
             Given a critically ill ventilator patient, the student will graph
             the admission pathophysiology, collect relevant clinical data,
             perform the appropriate calculations to assess the current
             extent of the patient’s disease, to confirm or deny the
             existence of problems, to ascertain the appropriate patient
           3 management.
             Diagram the sequential progression of a disease entity,
             identifying problems specific to their respective patient and
             choose laboratory data to confirm or deny the existence of
RESP 232   1 their identified current problem.

             Given the history, signs, symptoms, radiological findings, and
             current chest assessment, the student will gather the
             additional clinical information and suggest decisions regarding
           2 the management of their respective patients.
             Given a critically ill ventilator patient, the student will graph
             the admission pathophysiology, collect relevant clinical data,
             perform the appropriate calculations to assess the current
             extent of the patient’s disease, to confirm or deny the
             existence of problems, to ascertain the appropriate patient
           3 management.

             Given patient scenarios, the student will perform Pulmonary
             Function Testing and will develop a customized Home Care
             program for individual patient to enhance their “Quality of
RESP 268   1 Life.”
             Given patient scenarios, the student will assess the specific
             obstructive disease and determine the appropriate home
             oxygen therapy modality, home sterilization technique and
           2 home life support system.

             Students will be able to describe, distinguish and apply
             components of the discipline within a specialized topic of the
RESP 298   1 discipline.


             299A: Students will be able to define and analyze components
RESP 299   1 of the discipline within a specialized topic of the discipline.
             299B: Students will be able to define, analyze, and synthesize
             components of the discipline within a specialized topic of the
           2 discipline.
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COURSE #   SLO                                                                      Exam Exam     Eval   ments sheets Papers s     Eval   Exam Exam




                   Given a patient scenario, the student will assess the specific
                   obstructive disease with which the patient presents and
RESP               select the appropriate therapy to evaluate tissue
105              1 oxygenation and cellular homeostasis.                          x

                   Given patient scenarios, the student will compare and / or
                 2 contrast obstructive or restrictive pulmonary disease.           x

                   Evaluate and recommend specific respiratory modalities
RESP               appropriate to meet a patient’s needs given a patient
108              1 scenario.                                                                                                              x     x


                   Diagram the sequential progression of a disease entity,
                   identifying problems specific to their respective patient and
RESP               choose laboratory data to confirm or deny the existence of
112              1 their identified current problem.                                x     x                    x

                   Given the history, signs, symptoms, radiological findings, and
                   current chest assessment, the student will gather the
                   additional clinical information and suggest decisions
                 2 regarding the management of their respective patients.         x       x                    x
                   Given a critically ill ventilator patient, the student will graph
                   the admission pathophysiology, collect relevant clinical data,
                   perform the appropriate calculations to assess the current
                   extent of the patient’s disease, to confirm or deny the
                   existence of problems, to ascertain the appropriate patient
                 3 management.                                                       x    x                    x

RESP               Recommend the appropriate cardio-respiratory drugs for
114              1 treatment given a patient scenario.                                                                                    x     x

                   Given patient laboratory data, distinguish normal and
RESP               abnormal values and interpret these results relating it to
116              1 patient care.                                                                                                          x     x


                   Accurately describe the need for mechanical ventilation
                   including the basic terms and concepts. Appropriately
                   identify and describe the specific components and operation
                   of the following ventilators: Servo 300; Servo I ; Puritan
RESP               Bennett 840; Drager Ventilators; Hamilton Galileo; BiLevel
118              1 ventilation Devices                                                                   x
         Diagram the sequential progression of a disease entity,
         identifying problems specific to their respective patient and
RESP     choose laboratory data to confirm or deny the existence of
122    1 their identified current problem.                                x    x       x

         Given the history, signs, symptoms, radiological findings, and
         current chest assessment, the student will gather the
         additional clinical information and suggest decisions
       2 regarding the management of their respective patients.         x      x       x
         Given a critically ill ventilator patient, the student will graph
         the admission pathophysiology, collect relevant clinical data,
         perform the appropriate calculations to assess the current
         extent of the patient’s disease, to confirm or deny the
         existence of problems, to ascertain the appropriate patient
       3 management.                                                       x   x       x

RESP     Define specified terminology related to the scope of practice
141    1 of anesthesia technology.                                     x           x       x   x   x
         Describe the structure and function of components typically
       2 found on an anesthesia machine.                               x           x       x   x   x
         Demonstrate the correct use of artificial airway devices and
       3 intubation equipment.                                         x           x       x   x   x

         Describe the fundamental structure and function prescribed
RESP     systems within the human body as related to anesthesia
142    1 technology.                                                x                      x           x   x
         Compare and contrast “normal” vs. “abnormal” anatomy
         and describe appropriate modifications to anesthesia
       2 techniques.                                                x                      x           x   x
         Describe the importance of correct patient positioning in
         relation to its effect on anatomical and physiological
       3 impairment.                                                x                      x           x   x


RESP     Define the role of the anesthesia technician in relation to
143    1 other members of the operating room team.                        x                        x
         Demonstrate the principles of universal precautions and
       2 aseptic technique.                                               x                        x
         Demonstrate correct body mechanics related to patient
       3 positioning.                                                     x                        x

RESP     Demonstrate prescribed standards in patient care
144    1 techniques used in the operating room.                                                    x

         Distinguish between and describe the role of prescribed
         noninvasive, invasive, and ultrasound monitoring procedures
       2 used during the perioperative period.                                                     x
         Compare and contrast normal parameters of hemodynamic
         waveforms displayed during anesthesia and surgical
       3 procedures.                                                                               x
RESP     Describe and apply prescribed standards in patient care
145    1 techniques in the operating room.                                x       x   x
         Correctly assemble supplies for prescribed noninvasive and
       2 invasive monitoring techniques.                                  x       x   x
         Differentiate between prescribed clinical applications of
       3 vascular access devices and techniques.                          x       x   x

         Define prescribed terminology as related to classes, dosage,
RESP     measurement and route of administration of prescribed
146    1 drugs and anesthetic agents.                                 x
         Compare and contrast the physiological effects of prescribed
       2 classes of anesthetic agents.                                x
         Identify evidence based methods of quality control for
         reducing medication errors in accordance with FDA
       3 regulations and Joint Commission standards.                  x

         Analyze and distinguish normal parameters of laboratory
RESP     values associated with hematology, blood chemistry, and
147    1 acid-base balance.                                               x           x   x
         Define the role of crystalloids, colloids, and blood
         components related to acid-base balance, tissue
         oxygenation, fluid and electrolyte balance, clotting
       2 mechanisms, and immune response.                                 x           x   x
         Define the theoretical concepts of autologous blood
         collection and delivery and intra-aortic balloon pump
       3 therapy.                                                         x           x   x

         Assemble prescribed equipment and describe the steps to
RESP     setup, calibrate, and troubleshoot instrument malfunctions
148    1 and alarms.                                                              x
         Set up intravenous lines, fluid management devices, and
         hemodynamic pressure transducers for application by the
       2 operating room staff.                                                    x
         Describe the airway management, vascular access, and
         monitoring needs of the high acuity patient undergoing
       3 anesthesia.                                                              x

         Recommend appropriate respiratory care techniques for
RESP     neonates with varying dysfunctions or disorders given a
150    1 patient scenario.                                                x

RESP     Students will be able to recognize essential discipline skills
198    1 and content and apply them to a related course

RESP
199    1 Complete individual study, research, or projects in education        x
         Participate in conference sessions with the instructor of
       2 record                                                               x
         Develop the skills necessary to work independently
         (including self-monitoring, time management, and resource
       3 acquisition).                                                        x
RESP
200 A-C   1 Organize a typical patient workload in the hospital setting.


            Given a patient scenario, the student will assess the specific
            obstructive disease with which the patient presents and
RESP        select the appropriate therapy to evaluate tissue
201       1 oxygenation and cellular homeostasis.                          x

            Given patient scenarios, the student will compare and / or
          2 contrast obstructive or restrictive pulmonary disease.          x


RESP
202 A-C   1 Organize a typical patient workload in the hospital setting


            Given patient scenarios, the student will assess the specific
            obstructive disease with which the patient presents and
RESP        select the appropriate therapy to evaluate tissue
205       1 oxygenation and cellular homeostasis.                           x   x           x   x   x
            Given patient scenarios, the student will compare and/or
            contrast Acute Respiratory Failure versus Acute Respiratory
          2 Distress Syndrome.                                              x   x           x   x   x


RESP        Determine the settings needed to accomplish minute volume
208       1 and oxygenation in advance/complex modes of ventilation.                x
            Describe the principles of pressure and flow monitoring to
            include principle of operation and factors which influence
          2 accuracy of the measurement                                             x
            Identify the events noted in graphic monitoring of flow,
          3 pressure and volume waveforms of ventilation                            x
            Interpret the ECG pattern from a given tracing and the
            clinical implications/treatment of each rhythm according to
          4 ACLS guidelines                                                         x

          5 Perform defibrillation and cardioversion in a lab model                 x
            Calculate the values normally derived from the
            hemodynamic waveform produced by a pulmonary artery
          6 catheter                                                                x
            Calculate the oxygen delivery and uptake as determined by
            systemic system and data obtained from the pulmonary
          7 artery                                                                  x


            Diagram the sequential progression of a disease entity,
            identifying problems specific to their respective patient and
RESP        choose laboratory data to confirm or deny the existence of
222       1 their identified current problem.                               x   x       x
         Given the history, signs, symptoms, radiological findings, and
         current chest assessment, the student will gather the
         additional clinical information and suggest decisions
       2 regarding the management of their respective patients.         x      x   x
         Given a critically ill ventilator patient, the student will graph
         the admission pathophysiology, collect relevant clinical data,
         perform the appropriate calculations to assess the current
         extent of the patient’s disease, to confirm or deny the
         existence of problems, to ascertain the appropriate patient
       3 management.                                                       x   x   x


         Diagram the sequential progression of a disease entity,
         identifying problems specific to their respective patient and
RESP     choose laboratory data to confirm or deny the existence of
232    1 their identified current problem.                                x    x   x

         Given the history, signs, symptoms, radiological findings, and
         current chest assessment, the student will gather the
         additional clinical information and suggest decisions
       2 regarding the management of their respective patients.         x      x   x
         Given a critically ill ventilator patient, the student will graph
         the admission pathophysiology, collect relevant clinical data,
         perform the appropriate calculations to assess the current
         extent of the patient’s disease, to confirm or deny the
         existence of problems, to ascertain the appropriate patient
       3 management.                                                       x   x   x

         Given patient scenarios, the student will perform Pulmonary
         Function Testing and will develop a customized Home Care
RESP     program for individual patient to enhance their “Quality of
268    1 Life.”                                                        x
         Given patient scenarios, the student will assess the specific
         obstructive disease and determine the appropriate home
         oxygen therapy modality, home sterilization technique and
       2 home life support system.                                     x

         Students will be able to describe, distinguish and apply
RESP     components of the discipline within a specialized topic of the
298    1 discipline.                                                    x              x

         299A: Students will be able to define and analyze
RESP     components of the discipline within a specialized topic of the
299    1 discipline.                                                    x              x
         299B: Students will be able to define, analyze, and
         synthesize components of the discipline within a specialized
       2 topic of the discipline.                                       x              x
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                   Given a patient scenario, the student will assess the
                   specific obstructive disease with which the patient
                   presents and select the appropriate therapy to                                       Fall
RESP               evaluate tissue oxygenation and cellular                                             201
105              1 homeostasis.                                                                         0
                   Given patient scenarios, the student will compare                                    Fall
                   and / or contrast obstructive or restrictive                                         201
                 2 pulmonary disease.                                                                   0

                   Evaluate and recommend specific respiratory                                          Fall
RESP               modalities appropriate to meet a patient’s needs                                     201
108              1 given a patient scenario.                                                            0

                   Diagram the sequential progression of a disease
                   entity, identifying problems specific to their
                   respective patient and choose laboratory data to                  Fall
RESP               confirm or deny the existence of their identified                 200
112              1 current problem.                                                  9
                   Given the history, signs, symptoms, radiological
                   findings, and current chest assessment, the student
                   will gather the additional clinical information and               Fall
                   suggest decisions regarding the management of                     200
                 2 their respective patients.                                        9
                   Given a critically ill ventilator patient, the student
                   will graph the admission pathophysiology, collect
                   relevant clinical data, perform the appropriate
                   calculations to assess the current extent of the
                   patient’s disease, to confirm or deny the existence               Fall
                   of problems, to ascertain the appropriate patient                 200
                 3 management.                                                       9

                                                                                                                           Fall
RESP               Recommend the appropriate cardio-respiratory                                                            201
114              1 drugs for treatment given a patient scenario.                                                           1

                   Given patient laboratory data, distinguish normal                           Spri
RESP               and abnormal values and interpret these results                             ng
116              1 relating it to patient care.                                                '10

                   Accurately describe the need for mechanical
                   ventilation including the basic terms and concepts.
                   Appropriately identify and describe the specific
                   components and operation of the following
                   ventilators: Servo 300; Servo I ; Puritan Bennett                           Spri
RESP               840; Drager Ventilators; Hamilton Galileo; BiLevel                          ng
118              1 ventilation Devices                                                         '10
         Diagram the sequential progression of a disease
         entity, identifying problems specific to their
         respective patient and choose laboratory data to
RESP     confirm or deny the existence of their identified        ASP,
122    1 current problem.                                         AAR
         Given the history, signs, symptoms, radiological
         findings, and current chest assessment, the student
         will gather the additional clinical information and
         suggest decisions regarding the management of       ASP,
       2 their respective patients.                          AAR
         Given a critically ill ventilator patient, the student
         will graph the admission pathophysiology, collect
         relevant clinical data, perform the appropriate
         calculations to assess the current extent of the
         patient’s disease, to confirm or deny the existence
         of problems, to ascertain the appropriate patient
       3 management.                                              x
         ANEST. TECH ON HIATUS- SLOS WILL BE
         ASSESSED WHEN OFFERED NEXT
RESP     Define specified terminology related to the scope of
141    1 practice of anesthesia technology.

         Describe the structure and function of components
       2 typically found on an anesthesia machine.
         Demonstrate the correct use of artificial airway
       3 devices and intubation equipment.


         Describe the fundamental structure and function
RESP     prescribed systems within the human body as
142    1 related to anesthesia technology.                               x

         Compare and contrast “normal” vs. “abnormal”
         anatomy and describe appropriate modifications to
       2 anesthesia techniques.                                                  x
         Describe the importance of correct patient
         positioning in relation to its effect on anatomical
       3 and physiological impairment.

         Define the role of the anesthesia technician in
RESP     relation to other members of the operating room
143    1 team.                                                               x
         Demonstrate the principles of universal precautions
       2 and aseptic technique.                                                  x
         Demonstrate correct body mechanics related to
       3 patient positioning.
         ANEST. TECH ON HIATUS- SLOS WILL BE
         ASSESSED WHEN OFFERED NEXT
RESP     Demonstrate prescribed standards in patient care
144    1 techniques used in the operating room.
         Distinguish between and describe the role of
         prescribed noninvasive, invasive, and ultrasound
         monitoring procedures used during the
       2 perioperative period.
         Compare and contrast normal parameters of
         hemodynamic waveforms displayed during
       3 anesthesia and surgical procedures.


RESP     Describe and apply prescribed standards in patient
145    1 care techniques in the operating room.                 x

         Correctly assemble supplies for prescribed
       2 noninvasive and invasive monitoring techniques.
         Differentiate between prescribed clinical
         applications of vascular access devices and
       3 techniques.
         ANEST. TECH ON HIATUS- SLOS WILL BE
         ASSESSED WHEN OFFERED NEXT

         Define prescribed terminology as related to classes,
RESP     dosage, measurement and route of administration
146    1 of prescribed drugs and anesthetic agents.

         Compare and contrast the physiological effects of
       2 prescribed classes of anesthetic agents.

         Identify evidence based methods of quality control
         for reducing medication errors in accordance with
       3 FDA regulations and Joint Commission standards.
         ANEST. TECH ON HIATUS- SLOS WILL BE
         ASSESSED WHEN OFFERED NEXT

         Analyze and distinguish normal parameters of
RESP     laboratory values associated with hematology,
147    1 blood chemistry, and acid-base balance.

         Define the role of crystalloids, colloids, and blood
         components related to acid-base balance, tissue
         oxygenation, fluid and electrolyte balance, clotting
       2 mechanisms, and immune response.
         Define the theoretical concepts of autologous blood
         collection and delivery and intra-aortic balloon
       3 pump therapy.

                                                                SU
         Assemble prescribed equipment and describe the         M
RESP     steps to setup, calibrate, and troubleshoot            201
148    1 instrument malfunctions and alarms.                    3
           Set up intravenous lines, fluid management devices,
           and hemodynamic pressure transducers for
         2 application by the operating room staff.


           Describe the airway management, vascular access,
           and monitoring needs of the high acuity patient
         3 undergoing anesthesia.


           Recommend appropriate respiratory care                  Spri
RESP       techniques for neonates with varying dysfunctions       ng
150      1 or disorders given a patient scenario.                  '11

           Students will be able to recognize essential                                 Fall
RESP       discipline skills and content and apply them to a                            201
198      1 related course                                                               2

                                                                                                      Fall
RESP       Complete individual study, research, or projects in                                        201
199      1 education                                                                                  3
                                                                                                      Fall
           Participate in conference sessions with the                                                201
         2 instructor of record                                                                       3
           Develop the skills necessary to work independently                                         Fall
           (including self-monitoring, time management, and                                           201
         3 resource acquisition).                                                                     3

RESP                                                                                           Spri
200 A-     Organize a typical patient workload in the hospital                                 ng
C        1 setting.                                                                            '13

           Given a patient scenario, the student will assess the
           specific obstructive disease with which the patient
           presents and select the appropriate therapy to                 Fall
RESP       evaluate tissue oxygenation and cellular                       201
201      1 homeostasis.                                                   1
           Given patient scenarios, the student will compare              Fall
           and / or contrast obstructive or restrictive                   201
         2 pulmonary disease.                                             1

RESP                                                                             Spri
202 A-     Organize a typical patient workload in the hospital                   ng
C        1 setting                                                               '12
         Given patient scenarios, the student will assess the
         specific obstructive disease with which the patient
         presents and select the appropriate therapy to                Spri
RESP     evaluate tissue oxygenation and cellular                      ng
205    1 homeostasis.                                                  '10

         Given patient scenarios, the student will compare             Spri
         and/or contrast Acute Respiratory Failure versus              ng
       2 Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome.                          '10

         Determine the settings needed to accomplish                          Fall
RESP     minute volume and oxygenation in                                     201
208    1 advance/complex modes of ventilation.                                0
         Describe the principles of pressure and flow
         monitoring to include principle of operation and                     Fall
         factors which influence accuracy of the                              201
       2 measurement                                                          0
                                                                              Fall
         Identify the events noted in graphic monitoring of                   201
       3 flow, pressure and volume waveforms of ventilation                   0
         Interpret the ECG pattern from a given tracing and                   Fall
         the clinical implications/treatment of each rhythm                   201
       4 according to ACLS guidelines                                         0
                                                                              Fall
         Perform defibrillation and cardioversion in a lab                    201
       5 model                                                                0
         Calculate the values normally derived from the                       Fall
         hemodynamic waveform produced by a pulmonary                         201
       6 artery catheter                                                      0
         Calculate the oxygen delivery and uptake as                          Fall
         determined by systemic system and data obtained                      201
       7 from the pulmonary artery                                            0

         Diagram the sequential progression of a disease
         entity, identifying problems specific to their
         respective patient and choose laboratory data to       Fall
RESP     confirm or deny the existence of their identified      200
222    1 current problem.                                       9

         Given the history, signs, symptoms, radiological
         findings, and current chest assessment, the student
         will gather the additional clinical information and    Fall
         suggest decisions regarding the management of          200
       2 their respective patients.                             9
         Given a critically ill ventilator patient, the student
         will graph the admission pathophysiology, collect
         relevant clinical data, perform the appropriate
         calculations to assess the current extent of the
         patient’s disease, to confirm or deny the existence             Fall
         of problems, to ascertain the appropriate patient               200
       3 management.                                                     9

         Diagram the sequential progression of a disease
         entity, identifying problems specific to their
         respective patient and choose laboratory data to
RESP     confirm or deny the existence of their identified        ASP,
232    1 current problem.                                         AAR

         Given the history, signs, symptoms, radiological
         findings, and current chest assessment, the student
         will gather the additional clinical information and
         suggest decisions regarding the management of       ASP,
       2 their respective patients.                          AAR
         Given a critically ill ventilator patient, the student
         will graph the admission pathophysiology, collect
         relevant clinical data, perform the appropriate
         calculations to assess the current extent of the
         patient’s disease, to confirm or deny the existence
         of problems, to ascertain the appropriate patient        ASP,
       3 management.                                              AAR


         Given patient scenarios, the student will perform
         Pulmonary Function Testing and will develop a                          Spri
RESP     customized Home Care program for individual                            ng
268    1 patient to enhance their “Quality of Life.”                            '11
         Given patient scenarios, the student will assess the
         specific obstructive disease and determine the
         appropriate home oxygen therapy modality, home                         Spri
         sterilization technique and home life support                          ng
       2 system.                                                                '11




         Students will be able to describe, distinguish and
RESP     apply components of the discipline within a
298    1 specialized topic of the discipline.


         299A: Students will be able to define and analyze
RESP     components of the discipline within a specialized
299    1 topic of the discipline.
         299B: Students will be able to define, analyze, and
         synthesize components of the discipline within a
       2 specialized topic of the discipline.
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