Course Description
Dr. Lance Parton serves as a professor of pediatrics, obstetrics and gynocology, and anesthesiology at Westchester Medical Center. Dr. Parton has a special interest in surfactant therapy, nitric oxide, high frequency oscillation, and mechanical ventilation of the neonate. With experiences at Children’s Hospital of Los Angeles, Georgetown University, and Stony Brook University, he is a friend and advocate of Respiratory Therapy.  Dr. Parton will review congenital cardiac defects and their treatment.

CE Credit
This course is approved for 1.0 CE credit(s).
Accreditation
This free CE activity for Respiratory Therapists is provided by Dräger and accredited by the American Association for Respiratory Care (AARC).
Before You Begin

Register for a free account at Dräger. An AARC ID is not needed but if you have one, remember to include it as part of your registration. Dräger will forward the CE credit to AARC and email you the certificate. Remember to log into your Dräger account before you begin.Free Respiratory CEUs @ CEU4ALL.COM

  • View the webinar/flash presentation and download the PDF handout to follow along
  • Take and pass the Test
  • Once completed, complete the short survey and the certificate will be emailed to you
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