One way to break up any kind of tension is good deep breathing - Byron Nelson
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Whether it's your first job or not, here's some salient advise from a practicing respiratory therapist...
My advice is when you are seeking your first job, that you get a job working in that big city hospital. Seriously. You will want to work where you can get as much experience as you can. You'll want to see the trauma, and the brain injury, and take care of all sorts of critical care patients on ventilators.
You'll want to see pediatrics and sick neonates and adults too. You'll want to see it all and do it all. And you should. Also you must work hard and prioritize your work. You must jump up out of your chair every time your beeper goes off. You must work to the…