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Respiratory Therapy Mediagraphy

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Acute respiratory failure
RC735.5.A37 1990
Streaming Rights = NO
Discusses which patients are at respiratory risk, early signs and symptoms, arterial blood gas measurements, Allen's test, assisting with intubation and other aspects of respiratory failure.
Airway care: tracheostomy care, tube change, and artificial airway cuff management
RF517.A37 2005
Streaming Rights = NO
Focuses on aspects of safe, effective management of the patient with an artificial airway through a review of airway physiology and demonstrations in the actual clinical environment. Tracheostomy tube care is illustrated from equipment and supply set-up through cleansing and replacement.
Anatomy and physiology
QM23.2.A538 2006
Streaming Rights = YES
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 breath sounds
RC76.3.A77
Streaming Rights = NO
Identifies abnormal breath sounds, and discusses their physiological causes.
Assessment of respiratory distress in the pediatric patient
RJ431.A87 2005
Streaming Rights = NO
Covers early recognition of respiratory distress and failure, the dynamics of the pediatric airway, normal breathing patterns in infants and children, and the evaluation of severity of respiratory distress.
Basic pediatric airway management and oxygen therapy
RJ434.B37 1995
Streaming Rights = NO
This video discusses managing pediatric airways and administering oxygen therapy. The video covers; establishing the airway, oxygen therapy, oral and nasal airways, and suctioning.
Cellular respiration
QH633.C45 1992
Streaming Rights = NO
[1.] The cell and energy -- [2.] Glycolysis 1 -- [3.] Glycolysis 2 -- [4.] The Krebs cycle -- [5.] Oxidative phosphorylation -- [6.] Metabolism and nutrition.
Uses computer animation to clarify topics in biological respiration.
Chest tubes : patient and system management /
RF517.C437
Streaming Rights = NO
Provides information regarding professional responsibilities for management of the patient and equipment before, during, and after instituting closed chest drainage.
Circulatory and respiratory systems
QP102.C578 1988
Streaming Rights = NO
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.
Cycles of life exploring biology /
QH315.3.C93 1997
Streaming Rights = NO
[v. 1] The Unity and diversity of life -- [v. 2] Chemical foundations of life -- [v. 3] Secrets of the cell -- [v. 4] The Power of metabolism -- [v. 5] Energy in -energy out -- [v. 6] Generations : mitosis and meiosis -- [v. 7] Patterns of inheritance -- [v.8] DNA: blueprint of life -- [v.9] Proteins: building blocks of life -- [v.10] Microevolution -- [v.11] Macroevolution -- [v.12] Viruses, bacteria, and protistans -- [v.13] Fungi, plants, and animals -- [v.14] Plant structure -- [v.15] Plant reproduction -- [v.16] Animal structure -- [v.17] Circulation: a river of life -- [v.18] Immunity -- [v.19] Respiration -- [v.20] Digestion and fluid balance -- [v.21] The neural connection -- [v.22] Endocrine control: systems in balance -- [v.23] Animal reproduction and development -- [v.24] Populations and communities -- [v.25] Ecosystems and the biosphere -- [v.26] The human factor.
Provides a comprehensive overview of the living world from the simplest single-celled organisim to the vast web of the Earth's ecosystem. Via microvideography, 3-D animations, video field trips inside laboratories, and footage shot around the world, these programs present the processes that energize and the interrelationships that sustain life. Also presents the latest discoveries in the field and examines the scientific method, showing how biology is a process of inquiry.
Human body circulatory and respiratory systems, The
QP101.H86 2002
Streaming Rights = NO
Designed to educate students on the basic principles of the circulatory and respiratory systems in the human body.
Measuring vital signs
RT48.55.M43 2002
Streaming Rights =
pt. 1. Temperature, pulse, and respiration (approx. 20 min.) -- pt. 2. Blood pressure and pain (approx. 15 min.).
This two-part program demonstrates and describes how to measure temperature, pulse, respiration, blood pressure, and pain.
Orotracheal intubation /
RF517.O75 1996
Streaming Rights = NO
Demonstrates the real intubations in a wide variety of adult and pediatric patients including practical techniques with different blades.
Pediatric airway management and intubation
RJ431.P43 1992
Streaming Rights = NO
Demonstrates step by step techniques for intubating infants and children. Details differences in pediatric anatomy; illustrates equipment for pediatric airways; also shows special techniques for intubating children.
Recognition and current management of ARDS
RC776.R38R43 2001
Streaming Rights = NO
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
Streaming Rights = NO
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
Streaming Rights = NO
Discusses techniques for early recognition of respiratory failure and shock in children.
Respiratory system
RC733.R47 1992
Streaming Rights = NO
Illustrates how to perform a respiratory assessment accurately and completely. Covers inspection, palpation, percussion, and auscultation techniques. It also includes clinically simulated breath sounds.
Suctioning nasotracheal, oropharyngeal, & endotracheal techniques /
RC735.I5S82 2005
Streaming Rights = NO
Taylor's video guide to clinical nursing skills
RT41.T3965 2006
Streaming Rights = YES
Pt.1. Vital signs -- pt.2. Asepsis -- pt.3. Oral and topical medications -- pt.4. Injectable medications -- pt.5. IV medications -- pt.6. Perioperative nursing -- pt.7. Hygiene -- pt.8. Skin integrity and wound care -- pt.9. Activity -- pt.10. Nutrition -- pt.11. Urinary elimination -- pt.12. Indwelling and intermittent catheters -- pt.13. Bowel elimination -- pt.14. Oxygenation -- pt.15. Tracheostomy care -- pt.16. IV therapy -- pt.17. Central venous access devices.
From reinforcing fundamental nursing skills to troubleshooting clinical problems on the fly, this 17-part (module) video series follows a team of nursing students and their instructor as they perform a range of essential nursing procedures.
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.