Intermittent positive pressure breathing involves:
a. Teaching a patient an alternate system of breathing.
b. Determining the percentage of lung disorder.
Assisting the patient to re-establish normal or near normal breathing in an
d. Facilitating clearage of mucus or other buildup in the lungs.
Therapeutic procedures to help the patient breathe as normally as possible are
a. Occupational therapists.
Hospital personnel who train the staff in the proper use of equipment and maintain
the equipment by testing, calibrating, and repairing it are known as:
a. Biomedical equipment technicians.
b. Speech pathologists.
d. Social services specialists.
These individuals help families and patients cope with long or short-term illness,
injury, or rehabilitation, and the physical, mental, or social stresses of daily life.
a. Respiratory therapists.
b. Social services specialists.
d. Forensic specialists.
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