Respirapedia

Respirapedia


Over 1500 important respiratory care terms, for class, clinic, or home, all at your fingertips! An interactive glossary version on the book "Respiratory Care Lexicon" by Kenneth M. Bretl, Professor Emeritus at College of DuPage in Glen Ellyn, Illinois. An invaluable resource for the health care professional, the medical, respiratory, or nursing student, or the health care consumer. Practical, easy to use, and authoritatively accurate—from apnea to zafirlukast, from bradycardia to Yankauer, this lexicon serves all of your respiratory care needs and knowledge.

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Removed search function from menu; instead select terms directly from lookup list.
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About Respirapedia
Over 1500 important respiratory care terms, for class, clinic, or home, all at your fingertips! An interactive glossary version on the book "Respiratory Care Lexicon" by Kenneth M. Bretl, Professor Emeritus at College of DuPage in Glen Ellyn, Illinois. An invaluable resource for the health care professional, the medical, respiratory, or nursing student, or the health care consumer. Practical, easy to use, and authoritatively accurate—from apnea to zafirlukast, from bradycardia to Yankauer, this lexicon serves all of your respiratory care needs and knowledge.

Recent changes:
Removed search function from menu; instead select terms directly from lookup list.

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A Google User
Apr 26, 2011
not worth the money.....do not waste your money on this app
A Google User
Apr 26, 2011
not worth the money.....do not waste your money on this app
Ruel
Apr 26, 2011
not worth the money.....do not waste your money on this app
Ruel
Apr 26, 2011
not worth the money.....do not waste your money on this app
A Google User
Apr 8, 2011
it would be better with a search feature