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  C OLLEGEOF R ESPIRATORY T HERAPISTSOF O NTARIO N OVEMBER 2013 C L I N I C A L B E S T P R A C T I C E G U I D E L I N E Oxygen Therapy  Page | 2 Oxygen Therapy Clinical Best Practice Guideline Acknowledgements This College of Respiratory Therapists of Ontario (CRTO or “the College”) Clinical Best Practice Guideline(CBPG) was developed by the Professional Practice Committee (PPC) of the CRTO in consultation withCouncil and other committees of the College, Members at large and staff.The PPC is a non-statutory committee comprised of Registered Respiratory Therapists (RRT) and publicmembers with a wide range of knowledge and experience from various practice areas across Ontario. Thiscommittee was formed by the CRTO in 2010 to focus specifically on the review and development of standards of practice directly related to the practice of Respiratory Therapy in Ontario. By having astanding committee of Respiratory Therapy leaders and experts from core areas of practice, and theability to draw on additional expertise where necessary, the CRTO aims to ensure consistency in thereview and development of publications in a timely fashion. The CRTO would like to acknowledge thework of the PPC, Members at large, and staff in the development of this new CBPG. Professional Practice Committee Members Paul Williams RRT – Chair ( CRTO Council Academic Member) Renee Pageau RRT – Vice Chair (CRTO Non-Council Member) Carol-Ann Whalen RRT (CRTO Non-Council Member) Allan Cobb (CRTO Public Council Member) Rhonda Contant RRT (CRTO Council Member) Daniel Fryer RRT (CRTO Non-Council Member) Alean Jackman RRT (CRTO Non-Council Member) Lori Peppler-Beechey RRT (CRTO Non-Council Member) Bruno Tassonse RRT (CRTO Non-Council Member) Consultants Raymond Janisse RRT Certified Hyperbaric Technologist (CHT)Bill Boyle, RRT (Certified Hyperbaric Technologist), MPA, CHE Past Professional Practice Committee Members (2010-2012) Marisa Ammerata RRT - Vice Chair (CRTO Council member) Jim Ferrie (CRTO Public Council Member) Ally Ruzycki-Chadwick RRT (CRTO Non-Council Member) Sherri Horner RRT (CRTO Member at large) Kevin Middleton RRT (CRTO Member at large) Carole LeBlanc RRT – Vice Chair (CRTO Non-Council Member) Dave Jones RRT (CRTO Council Member) Tracy Bradley RRT (CRTO Council Member) Mark Pioro (CRTO public Council Member) Resources and references are hyperlinked to the Internet for convenience and referenced to encourageexploration of information related to individual areas of practice and/or interests. Bolded terms aredefined in the Glossary.Originally Published: November 2013  Oxygen Therapy Clinical Best Practice Guideline Page | 3 Introduction 5   ã Professional Practice Assumptions 5  ã Guiding Principles 6  ã Accountability 7  ã Conflicts of Interest 8 The Scope of this Clinical Best Practice Guideline 9   ã Evidence Based Practice 9 Oxygen - Brief Review 10   ã Fast Facts about Oxygen 10  ã Overview: Types of Oxygen Delivery Systems 11  ã Compressed Gas Cylinders 12  ã Liquid Oxygen in Cryogenic Containers 14  ã Oxygen Concentrators for Medical Use 15  ã Oxygen Safety at Home 16 Oxygen Therapy 17   ã Health Canada & the Food and Drug Act 17  ã An overview of the Phases of Drug Action 18  ã Indications for Oxygen Therapy 19  ã Absolute Contraindications & Potential Adverse Effects 20  ã Goals of Oxygen Therapy 21  ã Hypoxia 21  ã Hypoxemia 22  ã The Effects of Hypoxia & Hypoxemia 23  ã Drive to Breathe and Carbon Dioxide Retention 24  ã How does Oxygen Therapy work? 25  ã Oxygen Transport 25  ã Oxhemoglobin Dissociation Curve 26  ã Gas Exchange (of Oxygen) 27  ã Normal Diffusion of Oxygen 28  ã Pathophysiological Factors Affecting Gas Exchange 29 table of contents  Oxygen Therapy Equipment and djuncts 30   ã Guiding Principles 31  ã Oxygen Delivery at the Patient/Client Interface 32  ã Low Flow Oxygen Delivery Devices 33  ã High Flow Oxygen Delivery Devices 33  ã Nasal High Flow Oxygen Therapy 33  ã Oxygen Therapy and Humidity 34  ã Low Flow Oxygen Humidifiers 34  ã High Flow Oxygen Humidifiers 34 Special Considerations 35   ã Neonatal Care 35  ã Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy 36  ã Physiological Effects of Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy 37  ã Major Complications of Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy 38  ã Oxygen at High Altitudes 39  ssessment of Oxygen Therapy 40   ã Oximetry 40  ã Pulse Oximetry 40  ã Key Points to Remember 41 Glossary 42References 43 table of contents Page | 4 Oxygen Therapy Clinical Best Practice Guideline
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