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Assist with Bronchoscopy Procedure NEW

Respiratory Care (NEW!) > RC
RCBR
This module explains the proper steps to perform a bronchoscopy procedure.

A bronchoscopy is a procedure that is useful in aiding physicians in diagnosing and treating lung disease. A bronchoscope with an attached camera and tube is introduced through the nose or mouth and fed down through the trachea to the bronchial tree, to visual the detail of the bronchial tree and surrounding lung tissue.This module will explore the proper steps to perform a bronchoscopy procedure. Including both Learn and Test modes, the online simulator will test your ability to assist in performing a bronchoscopy procedure. Practice the steps of the procedure as often as you want until you are confident.

You’ll learn

  • pre-procedure considerations
  • indications for a bronchoscopy
  • how to assist in performing a bronchoscopy procedure
  • correct recording and reporting procedures
  • much more (see Content Details for more specific information)
Introduction
Step 1 - Module introduction and expectations
Step 2 - Preparation
Step 2.1 - Equipment preparation
Step 2.1.1 - Bronchoscopy equipment
Step 2.1.2 - Monitoring equipment
Step 2.1.3 - Procedure room equipment
Step 2.1.4 - Medications
Step 2.2 - Patient preparation
Step 2.3 - Medical professional preparation
Step 3 - Assist with bronchoscopy procedure
Step 3.1 - Prepare anesthesia
Step 3.2 - Prepare airway for bronchial scope
Step 3.3 - Assist with bronchoscope procedure
Step 4 - Process specimens and monitor the patient
Step 5 - Complete the procedure
  • Describe the pre-procedure considerations for bronchoscopy.
  • Describe and demonstrate how to assist with a bronchoscopy procedure.
  • Describe and demonstrate how to monitor the equipment and patient during and after the procedure.
  • Understand proper medication delivery.
  • Understand and apply Occupational Safety & Health Administration (OSHA) guidelines.
  • Describe and demonstrate the correct post-procedure considerations.
  • Define and demonstrate correct recording and reporting procedures.
  • Define and use related medical terminology.
  • Explain the Patient Privacy Rule (HIPAA), Patient Safety Act, and Patients' Bill of Rights.

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  • a quiz
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