Post-Conference Evaluation – Utilizing Pulmonary Function Testing in the Outpatient Pulmonary Clinic

Utilizing Pulmonary Function Testing in the Outpatient Pulmonary Clinic - AzSRC Summer Conference

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Objective 1

1) differentiate between asthma, COPD, vocal cord dysfunction, and subglottic stenosis as causes of wheezing by using spirometry; 2) differentiate between restrictive and interstitial lung disease by using lung volumes and diffusion capacity; 3) identify changes concerning for pulmonary hypertension or diastolic heart dysfunction by using cardiopulmonary exercise testing.
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Purpose/Goal of this activity

This year, our goal is to help navigate you through all the changes that are here, and that are coming in Respiratory Care. This will help you avoid pitfalls or going down dead end paths that only take up your time and money. Change is coming, and with it comes new things to be done, but also it brings a bunch of new opportunities for respiratory therapists.
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Presenter Name: Gary Mefford

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