What is an RT
As a Respiratory Care Practitioner, you will be involved in a wide variety of life-saving and life supporting situations. You will work side by side with physicians, nurses, and other on the health care team, treating patients ranging in age from newborns to senior citizens. Your expertise will be in demand, and opportunities to expand your knowledge and skills will be great. Respiratory Care practitioners also work as members of the critical care team in treating individuals who are seriously ill. T...
8226; Be a respected member of the health care team, working alongside doctors and nurses caring for patients with a wide range of respiratory disorders. (SOURCE:. 8226; Be in demand: The need for RTs is growing worldwide and will continue to grow faster than average over the next decade. (SOURCE: U.S. Inserted link to the Bureau of Labor Statistics Respiratory Therapist information page. Move the page slide to the right to move (forward and back) the inserted webpage. 3 credits), OR MAT 110: Applied Math.