About the course

Patients who require enhanced oxygenation of their arterial blood, for example, patients with respiratory conditions which have resulted in impaired gaseous exchanges in the lungs, or other conditions that impair oxygen delivery to the tissues, such as myocardial infarction are administered oxygen therapy. Oxygen is an effective drug which is used very commonly in healthcare. From internal medical problems to emergency situations, even surgical problems, health professionals care for patients receiving oxygen therapy.

Health workers are central to reducing or preventing adverse events related to respiratory dysfunction. They must also initiate and monitor interventions, particularly the administration of supplemental oxygen to treat respiratory dysfunction.

This course aims to enhance the knowledge of health professionals on the methods of oxygen administration and the safety measures to remember. This will help improve the quality of work thus increasing health outcomes.

Learning Outcomes

  • Explain oxygen therapy and physiology of breathing.
  • Discuss the conditions requiring oxygen therapy.
  • Determine oxygen therapy devices.
  • CPD Points

    2 Points


    2 Hours (Self-Paced)

    Course curriculum

      1. Student Handbook Part 01

      2. Student Handbook Part 02

      1. Oxygen Therapy And Physiology Of Breathing Part 01

      2. Oxygen Transport Presentation

      3. Oxygen Therapy And Physiology Of Breathing Part 02

      4. Setting an Oxygen Flowmeter

      5. Oxygen Therapy And Physiology Of Breathing Part 03

      1. Conditions Requiring Oxygen Therapy Part 01

      2. V Q mismatch

      3. Shunt

      4. Hypoventilation

      5. Dead space

      6. Conditions Requiring Oxygen Therapy Part 02

      7. Hypoxia

      8. Conditions Requiring Oxygen Therapy Part 03

      1. Oxygen Therapy Devices Part 01

      2. Oxygen Delivery Devices

      3. Oxygen Therapy Devices Part 02

      1. High-Flow Nasal Cannula Oxygen Therapy in Adults: Physiological Benefits, Indication, Clinical Benefits, and Adverse Effects

      2. Nasal high-flow oxygen therapy in ICU

      3. Successful Use of Early Percutaneous Dilatational Tracheotomy and the No Sedation Concept in Respiratory Failure in Critically 111 Obese Subjects

      4. Familiarity of Physicians and Nurses with Different Aspects of Oxygen Therapy

      1. test

    About this course

    • $37.50
    • 24 lessons
    • 0.5 hours of video content