Respiratory care practitioner definition

Respiratory care practitioner means a person who is
Respiratory care practitioner means an individual who practices respiratory care.
Respiratory care practitioner means any person licensed under this part who is employed to deliver respiratory care services, under direct supervision, pursuant to the order of a physician licensed under chapter 458 or chapter 459.

Examples of Respiratory care practitioner in a sentence

Respiratory care practitioner services as defined in Sections 3702 and 3703 of the Business and Professions Code, subject to prescription by a physician and surgeon.

Respiratory care practitioner trainees shall only perform services under the on-site supervision of a licensed respiratory care practitioner.[PL 1989, c.

Respiratory care practitioner" means a person licensed as a respiratory therapist or as a respiratory care technician under this chapter.[PL 1985, c.

Respiratory care practitioner trainee license The board may license student employees as respiratory care practitioner trainees as defined under section 9702, subsection 7, and adopt rules for that license.

Respiratory care practitioner trainee" means an employee of a health care facility who is enrolled in the clinical portion of an approved respiratory care educational program.[PL 1989, c.


More Definitions of Respiratory care practitioner

Respiratory care practitioner means an individual licensed pursuant to section 20-162o of the Connecticut General Statutes;
Respiratory care practitioner means a person licensed under ORS 688.815.
Respiratory care practitioner means an individual licensed
Respiratory care practitioner means a person who is licensed by the Department of Professional Regulation and meets all of the following criteria:
Respiratory care practitioner means a person licensed by this state
Respiratory care practitioner means any person licensed to practice respiratory care under this chapter.
Respiratory care practitioner means a person licensed as a respiratory care practitioner under the Respiratory Care Practice Act [225 ILCS 106].