Career Paths for Respiratory Therapists

Most people assume that becoming a respiratory therapist (RT) will require them to work in a hospital setting, and many indeed do. About 75% of RTs work in a hospital, according to the Mayo Foundation for Medical and Educational Research. … Continued

The Difference Between CRTs and RRTs

Respiratory therapists are vital to the healthcare team, from nebulizer treatments to invasive ventilation, helping people breathe. Respiratory therapists include two types: certified respiratory therapists (CRTs) and registered respiratory therapists (RRTs). Both specialize in cardiopulmonary care and hold a license … Continued