RT’s also known as respiratory therapists, work with patients in need of breathing assistance. These patients are often on ventilators and need medical personnel to help monitor the equipment, their vital signs and ability to breathe. On a medical transport, a patient on a ventilator is in need of a respiratory therapist. On an air ambulance, we provide personnel for these patients that are not only certified in respiratory therapy but are certified in flight physiology as well. **
If you are interested in all aspects of the job of a respiratory therapist, you can find a lot of valuable info at the following website:
Information About Respiratory Therapists – A guide and resource page related to all of the aspects of being a respiratory therapist within the United States. This is provided by the United States Bureau of Labor and Statistics.
Air Ambulance Information -Our extensive information resource guide
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