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PARI Respiratory Equipment Launches 2 New Continuing Ed Classes
Date:2/10/2009

MIDLOTHIAN, Va., Feb. 10 /PRNewswire/ -- Today, PARI Respiratory Equipment launched two updated continuing education classes, rounding out their free learning program with seven classes for respiratory therapists, nurses, case managers, and pharmacists. The classes are designed as group programs that are pre-approved for continuing education units by the Commission for Case Manager Certification (CCMC), American Association of Respiratory Care (AARC), Florida State Board of Nursing, and the California State Board of Nursing.

"Each year, we continue to see more and more children and adults suffer from respiratory problems. As treatment regimes grow and evolve, it is imperative for respiratory professionals to continue learning and reinforcing key knowledge about treatment regimes, new patient education programs, and ongoing disease management. We are pleased to provide free continuing education units, so that this process can continue without adding a financial burden to these critical care providers," said Geoff Hunziker, president of PARI Respiratory Equipment.

Since 2002, PARI Respiratory Equipment has been offering free continuing education classes for licensed respiratory professionals. The two updated programs launched today include "Case Management and COPD" and "Respiratory Drug Update."

PARI Respiratory's continuing education classes can be accessed online at PARI.com/CEU and include:

  • Managing Respiratory Patients More Effectively Through Efficient Aerosol Delivery
  • Managing the Patient with Asthma
  • Respiratory Management of Patients with Cystic Fibrosis
  • Case Management and COPD
  • Managing Childhood Asthma
  • Respiratory Drug Update
  • Challenges of the Chronic Respiratory Patient

About PARI Respiratory Equipment, Inc.

PARI is a leading worldwide developer and manufacturer of fast and efficient aerosol delivery systems for patients with asthma, chronic lung disease, and cystic fibrosis. PARI's worldwide vision is to improve the lives of those affected by respiratory diseases and those who care for them.

Maker of the world's leading breath-enhanced reusable nebulizer, the PARI LC PLUS, and the new PARI LC Sprint nebulizer line, PARI also manufactures the award winning PARI TREK S compact compressor, Bubbles the Fish II aerosol mask, and durable PARI PRONEB Ultra II. PARI's Vortex anti-static valved holding chamber improves the aerosol deposition of metered dose inhalers (MDI's). PARI's North American headquarters is in Midlothian, VA with worldwide headquarters in Starnberg, Germany. Online at www.Pari.com

Additional information is available by contacting Kirsten Ayars at 805-845-5682 or Ashley Weigand at 804-253-7274 x711.


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