Bradley Sexauer MBA, RRT-NPS

Clinical Education Specialist, Sentec.
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Brad Sexauer has over 10 years of respiratory care experience at St. Louis Children’s Hospital, which is designated as a level one pediatric trauma center by both Missouri and Illinois, as well as a level four neonatal intensive care unit. Working there allowed Brad to hone his skills and knowledge as a respiratory therapist.  Brad is a credentialed neonatal pediatric specialist and currently has a role as a Clinical Education Specialist at Sentec, where he educates fellow clinicians about the importance and benefits of transcutaneous monitoring.

As a Clinical Education Specialist, Brad has been a presenter at numerous state respiratory care conferences and online webinars that were approved by both the American Association of Respiratory Care and the California Board of Nursing for continuing education units.

Brad received a bachelor’s degree of Health Science in Respiratory Therapy at the University of Missouri and a Master of Business Administration at Webster University.

He is a current member of the American Association of Respiratory Care (AARC) and the Missouri Society of Respiratory Care (MSRC).

Brad believes that the key factor in the evolution of patient care is the continued education, advancement, and practice of evidence-based medicine.

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Learn the importance of CO2 levels for both brain and lung protection in the NICU in this CE webinar approved by the AARC and California Board of Nursing.

This on-demand CE module covers topics including the importance of CO2 levels for both brain and lung protection in the NICU, Hidden costs and concerns regarding blood draws, and the impact of continuous CO2 monitoring.

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