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RC848.H425H47 2002
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Anthrax awareness
RC121.A6A58 2001
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Discusses anthrax and how it is transmitted, symptoms and treatments, what to do in case of exposure, the anthrax vaccine, and how to deal with suspicious packages and letters.
QR75.B33 1985
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Describes the helpful and harmful roles of bacteria. Examines the bacterial cell, and explains its reproductive processes.
Barbara Fassbinder story, The
RC607.A26B37 1991
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Tells the story of a nurse from Iowa who contracted HIV infection through her work. Barbara Fassbinder was the first known health care worker to contract HIV at work through a non-needlestick exposure. The film is designed for people who have limited experience with AIDS.
Beyond wound healing
RD93.B49 2000
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Quantifies wound assessment and describes approaches to wound healing. Discusses the physiological healing cascade and infection flags. Covers such subjects as hydrobalance, hydrosorptive, hydroactive, and hydroionic methods of wound dressing, graduated compression therapy, and odor reduction.
Black Death, The
RC172.B53 1995
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The bubonic plague reduced Europe's population by a third, wiped out many hundreds of villages, and destroyed a whole way of life.
Bloodborne pathogens safety
RA642.B56B562 2007
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Pt 1. Bloodborne infections (14 min.) -- Pt 2. Exposure controls and ppe [personal protective equipment] (17 min.) -- Pt 3. Work practice controls (15 min.).
This series describes the efforts of various government agencies who have issued and updated a series of recommendations and enforceable standards to address the dangers of acquiring bloodborne infections in the healthcare environment.
Bloodborne safety universal precautions, standard precautions, and needlestick prevention in acute care /
RA642.B56B564 2001
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Reflects new CDC hand hygiene guidelines.
Breathing lessons : the life and work of Mark O'Brien /
RC180.2.B742 1996
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Poet-journalist Mark O'Brien was stricken with polio in childhood and has spent most of his life in an iron lung. He describes how he has fought against illness and bureacracy for his right to lead an independent life and offers his reflections on work, sex, death, and God.
Case studies in clinical infection urinary tract infection, enteric infection, and endocarditis /
RC901.8.C38 1999
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This concise overview investigates three types of bacterial infection: urinary tract infection, enteric infection, and endocarditis. A combination of on-screen notes detailing the diseases' causes and case studies--including medical examinations and laboratory analyses of patient samples using microscopy, culture, antibiotic assays, and other tests--provide the necessary background to help medical students learn to make correct diagnoses and to prescribe accordingly.
Ebola, the plague fighters
RC140.5.E36 1996
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An investigation into the deadly Ebola virus and the 1995 outbreak of the disease in Kikwit, Zaire.
Facts about MRSA, The
RC115.F33 2000
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Provides information on MRSA, or methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus. Shows how the pathogen is transmitted, who is most highly at risk, and treatment with intravenous antibiotics such as vancomycin and teicoplanin. Describes infection-control protocol for hospitals, nursing and residential facilities, and patients' homes.
Hepatitis A, B, and C
RC848.H42H47 1997
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[pt. 1]. Hepatitis A (18 min.) -- [pt. 2]. Hepatitis B: the enemy within (21 min.) -- [pt. 3]. Hepatitis C: the silent scourge(23 min.).
Discusses the sources of the disease, its symptoms, prevention, and treatment.
Hepatitis C
RC848.H425H47 2002
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Presents the epidemiology, transmission, diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of hepatitis C, with an emphasis on the role of the nurse in patient care, education, and counseling. Also discusses psychosocial aspects of the disease and the future outlook for treatment.
Hepatitis C the epidemic of the 21st century /
RC848.H425C53 2000
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A lecture given to the students at the University of Texas Health Center at Tyler by Cinda H. Clark, DSN, RN, CNS-M-S, about Hepatitis C.
HIV educational package
RC607.A26H5 1999
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AIDS awareness (18 min.) -- Dawn's gift (24 min.) -- Crushing the flower (18 min.)
Six beautiful examples of acceptance and the triumph of the human spirit.
HIV/AIDS what caregivers need to know /
RA643.8.H583 2005
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This video educates healthcare employees on what they can do to ensure safety from HIV exposure and infection. Highlighting standard precautions, the program also defines HIV, explains how it becomes AIDS, describes the symptoms of infection, and the types of possible exposures.
Importance of foot care in the diabetic patient
RD563.I47 2007
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Diabetic patients are more prone to foot problems because the disease can damage blood vessels and nerves. This damage can make it more difficult to sense injury or pressure on the feet, enabling infection to set in before it is noticed. In this activity, nursing assistants will learn how to recognize early signs and symptoms of diabetic foot problems and how toenails should be trimmed. Observations that need to be reported to the nurse will also be addressed. -- Container.
Infection control : care provider skills /
RT87.I5I54 1999
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Explains the standard precaution guidelines of the CDC for handwashing, using protective gloves, handling linen, using protective gowns, handling infectious waste, and cleaning a blood spill.
Infection control orientation based on standard precautions
RA969.I535 2005
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Covers sources of infection, transmission, standard precautions, proper handwashing procedures, and importance of personal protective equipment.
Infection in the elderly
RC112.I54 2003
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pt. 1. Risk factors (18 min.) -- pt. 2. Prevention and assessment (18 min.).
Discusses importance of infection in mortality and morbidity of elderly persons, and presents lifestyle factors and changes in body defenses that contribute to infection in this population. Covers measures to reduce the incidence of infection including assessment for risk factors and immunizations. Discusses detecting infection in the elderly, and the subtle, atypical signs and symptoms that are sometimes present.
Infection prevention
RT87.I5I547 2002
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tape 1. Breaking the chain of infection (25 min.) -- tape 2. Hand hygiene and gloving (23 min.) -- tape 3. Basic sterile technique (22 min.)
Isolation procedures
RT95.I86 1990
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Isolation procedures
RA975.5.I85I86 1990
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Isolation or barrier techniques are used to prevent contagion or infection to another person when a patient is ill. Goals are to protect nurses and others and, also, to protect the patient who may have a weak immune system.
It won't happen to me
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A young mother tells her personal story of how she discovered she was HIV positive. She discusses how it has affected her relationship with her family and how she has come to cope with carrying the virus.
Killer disease on campus meningitis.
RC124.K55 2002
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The Nova cameras following leading scientists into America's school system to study and find possible combatants to the recent meningitis epidemic. The behind-the-scenes look at the spread of the deadly disease among teenagers also attempts to help parents and school officials point out the symptoms of meningitis before it spreads.
Louie Bluie
ML419.A76L68 2010
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Documents the obscure country blues musician and idiosyncratic visual artist, Howard 'Louie Bluie' Armstrong, member of the last known black string band in America. Director Terry Zwigoff honors him with an unsentimental but endlessly affectionate tribute. Full of infectious music and comedy, this is a humane evocation of the kind of pop-cultural marginalia that Zwigoff would continue to make in the coming years.
Louie Bluie
ML419.A76L68 2010
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Documents the obscure country blues musician and idiosyncratic visual artist, Howard 'Louie Bluie' Armstrong, member of the last known black string band in America. Director Terry Zwigoff honors him with an unsentimental but endlessly affectionate tribute. Full of infectious music and comedy, this is humane evocation of the kind of pop-cultural marginalia that Zwigoff would continue to make in the coming years.
Moving forward a video guide to living with chronic hepatitis B & C.
RC848.H42M68 2001
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This video introduces you to three hepatitis patients who have succeeded in leading full, active lives during and after therapy, and includes information on hepatitis, the liver, side-effects management, and an educational/support program for hepatitis patients on therapy. The H.O.P.E. book offers inspirational patient quotations about their personal successes with therapy.
New nursing assistant, The. Infection control
RA969.I53 2003
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Handwashing -- Using protective gloves -- Handling linen -- Using a protective gown -- Handling infectious waste -- Cleaning a blood spill.
Patient with post-abdominal surgery, The
RD669.P37 1992
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Shows the beginning-of-shift assessment of a middle-aged woman one day following cholecystectomy. Demonstrates, using head-to-toe organization, how to prioritize and focus on specific signs and symptoms in order to detect complications such as infection, pneumonia and pulmonary embolism.
Standards for infection control
RA969.S73 2007
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Pt.1. Principles of infection control -- Pt.2. Preventing bloodborne pathogens transmission -- Pt.3. Tuberculosis prevention and practices for the healthcare worker.
This series is an update of Medcom's best-selling program Standards for infection control : an update for healthcare workers, including the CDC guidelines on hygiene and infection control. Information on controlling bloodborne pathogens and infection statistics have been updated.--Case.
Transmission-based precautions /
RA643.T73 1999
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After completing this program, the learner should be able to: describe standard precautions; describe the three precautions that make up transmission-based precautions; identify diseases requiring airborne precautions; droplet precautions and contact precautions; describe use of transmission-based precautions in a patient's room; desccribe the precautions for healthcare workers; describe the use of personal protective equipment; describe the use of patient-care equipment; and explain the difference between airborne precautions and droplet precautions.
Tuberculosis : new strategies for the healthcare worker
RA644.T7T826 2006
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Educates viewers on tuberculosis, and discussses updated recommendations made by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention that are designed to prevent transmission of TB in all healthcare settings, not just hospitals, such as: inpatient and outpatient facilities (including laboratories), dental care settings, correctional facilities and homeless shelters. In addition to the CE course this program includes a 6 minute bonus section demonstrating the TB mask fit testing procedure.
Under our skin
RC155.5.U534 2008
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Special features : Optional audio feature commentary with filmmaker Andy Abrahams Wilson ; bonus footage ; interview with the filmmakers ; interview with Dana ; interview with Mandy ; filmmaker award speech ; theatrical trailer.
A gripping tale of microbes, medicine and money, Under our skin exposes the hidden story of Lyme disease, one of the most controversial and fastest growing epidemics of our time. Each year, thousands go undiagnosed or misdiagnosed, often told that their symptoms are 'all in their head.' Following the stories of patients and physicians fighting for their lives and livelihoods, the film brings into focus a chilling picture of the health care system and a medical establishment all too willihng to put profits ahead of patients. -- Container.
Urine elimination assessment & intervention
RC918.U7U7 1990
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[1] Alterations in patterns of urinary elimination: assessment -- [2] Alterations in patterns of urinary elimination: dysuria -- [3] Alterations in patterns of urinary elimination: temporary retention -- [4] Incontinence: independent interventions and indwelling catheter.
Video guide to DNA biotechnology.
QP624.V54 1996
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v. 1 Introduction -- Structure of chromosomes -- DNA structure and replication -- Transcription -- Translation -- v. 2 Introduction to plasmids -- Plasmid preparation -- Restriction and modifying enzymes -- DNA hybridization -- Screening of bacterial colonies -- Agarose gel electrophoresis -- Southern blot -- DNA mutation -- DNA sequencing -- Bacteriophage infection.
Designed to provide complete understanding of each and every aspect of DNA biotechnology.
Workplace bloodborne pathogens in healthcare
RA642.B56W67 2007
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