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Adult acute myocardial infarction
RC675.A39 1994
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In AMI, "time is muscle." Defined as a necrosis of a portion of heart muscle due to inadequate blood supply, it can lead to sudden cardiac death. Skills covered include: the AMI algorithm, recognition of the signs and symptoms of AMI, medications to consider for AMI patients, ECG criteria for thrombolytic therapy, inclusion and exclusion criteria for AMI diagnosis, common arrhythmias in AMI.
Anatomy and physiology
QM23.2.A538 2006
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Contents on videodiscs: Circulatory system (101.1) (16:02 min.) -- Digestive system (101.2) (16:51 min.) -- Nervous system (101.3) (17:36 min.) -- Respiratory system (101.4) (16:22 min.) -- Skeletal system (101.5) (16:22 min.) -- Muscular system (101.6)(15:59 min.) -- Reproductive system (101.7)(18:52 min.) -- Urinary system (101.8)(17:14 min.) -- Integumentory system (101.9)(18:35 min.) -- Endocrine system (101.10)(18:35 min.).
Assessing heart sounds
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Key topics include auscultatory sites, S1 through S4, tricuspid regurgitation, mitral regurgitation, pulmonic stenosis, aortic stenosis, aortic regurgitation, pulmonic regurgitation, mitral stenosis, and tricuspid stenosis.
Cardiac disorders coronary artery disease /
RC685.C6C37 2006
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Disc1, 115.1. - Coronary artery disease, pt. 1 -- Disc2, 115.2. Coronary artery disease, pt. 2 -- Disc3, 115 IG. Instructor's guides -- Disc4, 115 SGT. Self-grading tests.
Discusses that coronary artery disease is the leading cause of death in modern societies.
Cardiac disorders heart failure /
RC685.C53C37 2006
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Disc1, 116.1. - Heart failure, pt. 1 -- Disc2, 116.2. - Heart failure, pt. 2 -- Disc3, 116 IG - Instructor's guides -- Disc4, 116 SGT - Self-grading tests.
This program offers an interesting and detailed look at it causes, pathophysiology, and symptoms.
Cardiac emergencies
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Discusses three primary, potentially life-threatening emergencies: myocardial infarction, cardiac tamponade and left-sided ventricular failure and the nurse's involment in their treatment.
Cardiac system
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Illustrates how to perform a cardiac assessment.
Cardiovascular disease and the diabetic foot
RC660.C37 2004
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Describes the impact of cardiovascular disease on those with diabetes, discusses how it develops, and outlines strategies for reducing risk factors. Focuses on how diabetes places patients at risk for foot ulceration and amputation, and stresses information healthcare professionals can provide to help prevent this disabling and potentially life-threatening complication.
Cardiovascular: neck vessels and heart
RC76.B38V04 2005
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Bates Physical Assessment Series. Provides a physical assessment of the neck vessels and heart, including health history taking, anatomy, examination and recommended tests and tips. Patients and examiners represent diverse age groups and cultures to provide students with a well-rounded, realistic view.
Cardiovascular: peripheral vascular system
RC76.B38V05 2005
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Bates Physical Assessment Series. Provides a physical assessment of the peripheral vascular system, including health history taking, anatomy, examination and recommended tests and tips. Patients and examiners represent diverse age groups and cultures to provide students with a well-rounded, realistic view.
Circulatory and respiratory systems
QP102.C578 1988
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Examines the circulatory system including the heart, blood, and vessels. Looks at the respiratory system and its close relationship with the circulatory system, and shows how the lungs operate. Includes animation.
Code cardiac arrest.
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Uses dramatization and special effects to take the viewer through two different codes step-by-step to see what was done right and what could have been done better.
CPR: new guidelines for healthcare
RC87.9.C78 2006
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Program is designed to provide CPR training to healthcare professionals. Training is based on guidelines from the American Heart Association.
Designer drugs & human physiology PCP, ecstasy, fentanyl
RM666.P49D4 1993
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Describes PCP, ecstasy, and fentanyl as concentrated synthetics that are illegally formulated in clandestine laboratories for enormous profit. Shows the devastating effects of these drugs on the human cardiovascular and neurological systems.
RC660.D526 2005
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(685.1 DVD) Physiology of glucose regulation (34 min.) -- (685.2 DVD) Pathophysiology of diabetes (34 min.) -- (685.3 DVD) Nutrition therapy, exercise, and sick day management (34 min.) -- (685.4 DVD) Insulin and oral antidiabetic agents (34 min.) -- (685.5 DVD) Hypoglycemia, hyperglycemia and monitoring (34 min.) -- (685.6 DVD) Neuropathy, nephropathy and retinography (34 min.) -- (685.7 DVD) Cardiovascular disease and the diabetic foot -- (34 min.).
Electrical therapy for the heart
RC685.A65E44 2005
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Describes and demonstrates the use of technologically advanced devices designed to terminate and treat cardiac arrhythmias.
GERD beyond heartburn /
RC815.7.G377 1996
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Doctors Malcolm Robinson of the Oklahoma Foundation for Digestive Research and David Earnest professor at the University of Arizona Health Sciences Center discuss the symptoms of GERD, its physiological causes and treatment.
Heart failure and pulmonary edema /
RB113.H43 1997
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Intended to increase understanding of these complex diseases which in turn will enhance the nurses's ability to care for patients. Gives practical information on every clinically relevant aspect of these two disorders .
Heart medications. Blood pressure medications & anticoagulants
RC682.H4366 2003
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(Producer) Discusses high blood pressure and provides an overview of blood pressure medications, including ACE inhibitors, beta blockers, calcium channel blockers, and central adrenergic inhibitors. Also reviews anticoagulants, including when to administer, proper dosing, and possible side effects.
Hip replacement
RD549.H52 1996
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Discusses the incidence of hip replacment surgery and preoperative patient management issues including patient education, transfer/gait training, and home modification. Clarifies postoperative hip positioning and weight bearing precautions with reference to surgical approach and prosthetic type. Utilizes a "systems" approach to postoperative care including assessment of cardiovascular, pulmonary, GI, and urinary problems, pain management, transfusion, drains, wound care, and DVT prophylaxis. Reviews hospital stay goals, discharge criteria, and home health care nursing.
RC685.H8H89 2000
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Provides practical information on every clinically relevant aspect of hypertension.
Lessons from the heart : Norman Cousins with Bill Moyers /
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Journalist Bill Moyers interviews author Norman Cousins about the lessons he learned from his heart attack and other illnesses, focusing on creating an environment that gives the treatment and the body a chance to work.
Man, the incredible machine
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Uses photographs and recording techniques in examining the human body, including the heart, lungs, blood vessels, skeleton and joints, muscles, ears, skin, eyes, and brain.
Medical-surgical nursing
RT41.M424 1994
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1. Hip fracture -- 2. Chronic obstructive pulmonary disorder -- 3. Myocardial infarction -- 4. Congestive heart failure -- 5. Acute care of burns -- 6. Breast cancer -- 7. Complications from diabetes -- 8. Cerebrovascular accident -- 9. Colon cancer -- 10. Tuberculosis -- 11. Spinal cord injury -- 12. Acute renal failure.
Series presents acute-care nursing management of specific disorders in a case-study format.
Myocardial infarction
RC675.M96 1998
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Presents practical information on spotting warning symptoms. In addition, free continuing education (CE) contact hours can be earned. The self-test with answers and rationales is meant to reinforce learning. Free patient information sheets that can be photocopied and shared with patients are available.
Pulseless electrical activity
RC675.P85 1994
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PEA may be associated with electromechnical dissociation, the end stage of many severe cardiac conditions. If this is the case, the prognosis is not good. But PEA may also be associated with specific clinical states that can be reversed when identified early and appropriately treated. This video treats the rapid identification and treatment of any existing reversible causes of PEA.
Reading EKGs
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Describes cardiac anatomy and physiology, the EKG waveform, the placement of EKG electrodes and monitor strip increments. Explaines the 8-step methods for the interpretation of an EKG.
Recognition and current management of ARDS
RC776.R38R43 2001
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Adult respiratory distress syndrome (ARDS) is an acute injury that can result from a variety of diseases. This program covers ARDS recognition, differentiation of ARDS from heart failure, cellular damage resulting for ARDS, ventilator considerations when managing the person with ARDS and patient education.
Respiratory arrest with a pulse
RC675.R47 1994
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Discusses major priorities in assessing a patient who may or may not be in cardiac arrest. Skills covered include: patient assessment, use of the universal algorithm, noninvasive and invasive airway techniques, IV access, proper ventilation and reassessment.
RC684.C16S43 1990
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Provides clinical examples of patients in hypovolemic, cardiogenic and septic shock and the nurses role in their control and prevention.
Stable tachycardia
RC675.S73 1994
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Program covers stable tachycardia, specifically PSVT (paroxysmal supraventricular tachycardia). Skills covered include: initial patient assessment, administration of supplemental oxygen, rhythm diagnosis, treatment algorithm based on arrhythmia, vagal maneuvers, drug therapy synchronized cardioversion.
Thrombolytic therapy in acute myocardial infarction
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This video discusses the pathophysiology of a myocardial infarction, the types of thrombolytic agents, and the mechanism of action of thrombolytic therapy. The speakers discuss the use of the Twin-Cath in the clinical setting.
Unstable tachycardia-electrical cardioversion
RC675.U58 1994
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Discusses how to treat a heart that is beating too fast. Electrical cardioversion and post-cardioversion monitoring are emphasized in this program. Skills covered include: assessment of unstable tachyarrhthmias, diagnosis of rhythm, synchronized electrical cardioversion and assessment of the patient, proceeding to unsynchronized cardioversion from synchronized electrical cardioversion, medications of use for tachycardia.
Vascular system
RC670.V37 1992
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Illustrates how to perform a vascular assessment accurately and completely by showing what to assess for, how to assess for it, and why. The program includes animated graphics to help in understanding the patient's cardiovascular system.
Visual guide to physical examination, A
RC76.V57 1995
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pt. 1 Head, eyes and ears -- pt. 2 Nose, mouth and neck -- pt. 3 Thorax and lungs -- pt. 4 Cardiovascular system : peripheral vascular system -- pt. 5 Cardiovascular system : neck vessels and heart -- pt. 6 Breast and axillae -- pt. 7 Abdomen -- pt. 8 Male genitalia, rectum, and hernias -- pt. 9 Female genitalia, anus, and rectum -- pt. 10 Musculoskeletal system -- pt. 11 Neurologic system : cranial nerves and sensory system -- pt. 12 Neurologic system : motor system and reflexes.
Demonstrates the physical examination process, showing necessary procedures, manipulations, pacing, positions, and patient-examiner interaction.