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Adult acute myocardial infarction
RC675.A39 1994
Streaming Rights = NO
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.
Basic first aid
RC86.7.B3 2002
Streaming Rights = NO
The first five minutes of care given to an injured or suddenly ill person could determine the difference between a life long disability and temporary one. Basic First Aid provides first responders with the techniques necessary to properly render aid in an emergency situation. Viewers learn not only to react promptly and make quick decisions that can save lives and reduce recovery time, but also what not to do when administering aid. This comprehensive program covers the major areas of general first aid, including: universal precautions, controlling bleeding, managing shock, treating burns, positioning splints, poisoning, and more. Time is given after each section for review and discussion.
Carbusters! 3.
RA645.5.C37 1999
Streaming Rights = NO
V. 1. Extrication principles and vehicle design (30 min.)--v. 4. Patient considerations and mechanisms of injury (30 min.).
Demonstrates the techniques used by rescue personnel to extricate people from wrecked vehicles.
Cardiac emergencies
Streaming Rights = NO
Discusses three primary, potentially life-threatening emergencies: myocardial infarction, cardiac tamponade and left-sided ventricular failure and the nurse's involment in their treatment.
Cesarean delivery
RG761.C47 2006
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Emergency C-section : Angie & Indrissa -- Planned C-section : Rose & John.
This program guides the viewer through each phase of maternity nursing while also broadening clinical expertise and enhancing decision-making ability. Through individual cases, this program covers several labor scenarios, including nursing care during an emergency C-section and a planned C-section.
Chem lab, The
Q183.A1C44 2008
Streaming Rights = NO
Acquire knowledge -- Proper safety gear and equipment -- Proper conduct -- In case of emergency.
"Maximize your knowledge and minimize your risk! That is the message of this program, an informative introduction to the chemistry laboratory that shows high school and first-year college students precisely how to conduct themselves in a safe and professional manner. Familiarity with the properties and safe handling of all materials used in the lab is stressed, including how to dispose of hazardous waste, and the proper use of safety gear and equipment is explained. How to react in case of a lab emergency is also discussed."--Case.
Controlling violence in healthcare
RC86.7.C65 1994
Streaming Rights = NO
Teaches health care personnel how to protect themselves, other staff, and patients from violence while continuing to provide care for patients.
CPR: new guidelines for healthcare
RC87.9.C78 2006
Streaming Rights = YES
Program is designed to provide CPR training to healthcare professionals. Training is based on guidelines from the American Heart Association.
Crisis obstetrics. Module I, Emergency and complicated deliveries
RG701.C74 1995 pt.1
Streaming Rights = NO
Provides knowledge essential to managing and assisting in emergency and complicated deliveries.
Delmar Learning's advanced life support skills videos
RC86.7.A342 2004
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Pt. 3 Advanced airway management.
Emergency medical update. Cadaver lab II
RA645.5.E432 1993
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Musculoskeletal (12:16) -- Joints (8:14) -- Urogenital (12:20) 9
As an aid to EMT training, this tape reviews the structure of the musculoskeletal, joints, and urogenital systems.
Evacuation taking action /
HV554.E93 2004
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Reviews lifting and carrying techniques that may be used in emergency evacuations due to natural or unnatural disasters. Topics include: rear approach assist, human chain, two-person swing chair, side-by-side assist, and four-person lift.
Fire extinguishers at work
TH9362.F57 1999
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Portable extinguishers -- Classes of fire -- Extinguishing agents -- Operating procedures/P.A.S.S. -- Water extinguishers -- Dry chemical extinguishers -- Foam extinguishers -- Carbon dioxide extinguishers -- Special agents -- The need for training. Presentation guide contents: A note to the presenter -- Introduction -- Purpose and objectives -- Summary of the video -- Getting the most from the video -- Benefits of hands-on training -- Handouts (Fight or flight?: Classes of fires and types of extinguishers) -- Understanding fire extinguishers ratings -- Additional resources available from NFPA.
Using live-action demonstrations and explanatory graphics, this compelling program shows employees what to do--and what not to do--when confronting fire. It give workers: the big picture from sizing up a fire and deciding whether it's safe to fight it; information on choosing the right device for each kind of fire; extinguisher operation basic: and instructions for handling different type of emergencies.
Fluid and electrolyte emergencies.
RC630.F54 1991
Streaming Rights = NO
Discusses three emergencies : hypercalcemia, hyperkalemia, and dehydration. Includes pathophysiology, signs and symptoms, assessment, intervention and therapy.
Making a difference : the history of modern E.M.S. /
RA645.5.M35 1997
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Jim Page traces the history of EMS through the use of television news clips, vintage photos, interview with pioneers of EMS, and on-location shots throughout the United States.
Myocardial infarction
RC675.M96 1998
Streaming Rights = NO
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.
Neurologic emergencies /
RC440.N58 1991
Streaming Rights = NO
Covers clinical knowledge necessary to identify and manage autonomic dysreflexia, subarachnoid hemorrhage, and generalized tonic-clonic seizures. Includes neurologic pathophysiology, which patients are at risk, recognizing early warning signs, assessment techniques, emergency nursing interventions, drug therapy, and documentation.
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.
Real nurses
RT41.R4 1993
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Portrays the work of hospital nurses in a variety of care units including surgical intensive care, psychiatry, operating room, labor and delivery, emergency room, and medical unit.
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.
Respiratory failure and shock
RJ370.P425 pt.1
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Discusses techniques for early recognition of respiratory failure and shock in children.
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.
Tracheostomy basic care and advanced care.
RF517.T74 2006
Streaming Rights = NO
Basic care (104.1 DVD) -- Advanced care (104.2 DVD) -- Instructor's guides (104 IG CD-ROM) -- Self-grading tests (104-SGT CD-ROM).
Demonstrates in real-time routine care of tracheostomy patients and advanced actions including management of emergencies. Also addresses preventive care and the special needs of patients.
Unstable tachycardia-electrical cardioversion
RC675.U58 1994
Streaming Rights = NO
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.
Urinary catheterization
RC874.7.U93 1993
Streaming Rights = YES
Demonstrates skill of urinary catheterization on male and female; lists purposes of catheterization, shows preparing patients for catheterization, and describes a closed system and identifies correct documentation of the procedure.