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Abdomen
RC76.B38V07 2005

Bates Physical Assessment Series. Provides a physical assessment of the abdomen, 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.
Acute pain management in children operative or medical procedures /
RT87.P35A2 1993

Introduction -- HHS clinical practice guideline booklet -- Pain assessment and reassessment -- Managing pain related to procedures -- Managing postoperative pain -- Neonates and infants -- Conclusion.
Familiarizes health care workers with the new child pain management guidelines published by the U.S. Agency for Health Care Policy and Research.
Anatomy and physiology
QM23.2.A538 2006

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.).
Approach to the patient
RC76.B38V13 2005

Bates Physical Assessment Series
Argumentation : the study of effective reasoning /
PN4181.Z37 2005

pt. I (disc 1): lecture 1. Introducing argumentation and rhetoric -- lecture 2. Underlying assumptions of argumentation -- lecture 3. Formal and informal argumentation -- lecture 4. History of argumentation studies -- lecture 5. Argument analysis and diagramming -- lecture 6. Complex structures of argument -- (disc 2): lecture 7. Case construction, requirements and options -- lecture 8. Stasis, the heart of the controversy -- lecture 9. Attack and defense, I -- lecture 10. Attack and defense, II -- lecture 11. Language and style in arguments -- lecture 12. Evaluating evidence -- (disc 3): -- lecture 13. Reasoning from parts to whole -- lecture 14. Reasoning with comparisons -- lecture 15. Establishing correlations -- lecture 16. Moving from cause to effect -- lecture 17. Commonplaces and arguments from form -- lecture 18. Hybrid patterns of inference -- (disc 4): lecture 19. Validity and fallacies, I -- lecture 20. Validity and fallacies, II -- lecture 21. Arguments between friends -- lecture 22. Arguments among experts -- lecture 23. Public argument and democratic life -- lecture 24. Ends of argumentation.
Lectures by Dr. David Zarefsky, Professor of Argumentation and Debate and Professor of Communication Studies, Northwestern University, cover the history of rhetoric and debate as well as analysis of different types of arguments in various situations.
Assisting with urinary and bowel elimination
RT84.L47 2005 module 10

Lippincott's video series for nursing assistants.
Basic nutrition
RT84.L47 2005 module 9

Lippincott's video series for nursing assistants.
Bedmaking
RT84.L47 2005 module 5

Lippincott's video series for nursing assistants. Presents step-by-step instruction for making an unoccupied bed, an occupied bed, and a surgical bed. Also discusses proper handling of linens and documentation of actions.
Bedmaking
RT87.B4B43 2003

Gives guidelines for changing bed linens on both occupied and unoccupied beds. Shows the actions involved in gathering clean linens, preparing a work area, preparing the patient, removing soiled linens and providing comfort and safety measures.
Bloodborne pathogens safety
RA642.B56B562 2007

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.
Breasts and axillae
RC76.B38V06 2005

Bates Physical Assessment Series. Provides a physical assessment of the breasts and axillae, including health history taking, anatomy, examination and recommended tests and tips. Provides patient instruction in self-examination. Patients and examiners represent diverse age groups and cultures to provide students with a well-rounded, realistic view.
Cardiac disorders coronary artery disease /
RC685.C6C37 2006

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

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.
Cardiovascular disease and the diabetic foot
RC660.C37 2004

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

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

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.
Caring for the stoma, caring for the patient: enterostomal therapy nursing
RD540.C37 2002

This program is for enterostomal therapy nurses, wound, ostomy and continence nurses, and others who will be caring for patients following ostomy surgery. Defines stoma, ileostomy, and colostomy. Gives reasons why stomas are created. Explains the anatomy and physiology of ostomy postoperative and dailycare.
Child abuse
HV6626.5.C34 2008

Pt. 1. Physical Abuse -- pt. 2. Child Abuse -- pt. 3. Sexual Abuse.
CPR: new guidelines for healthcare
RC87.9.C78 2006

Program is designed to provide CPR training to healthcare professionals. Training is based on guidelines from the American Heart Association.
Death : the trip of a lifetime /
BF789.D4D443 1993

Episode 1. The chasm --- Episode 2. The good death -- Episode 3. Letting go -- Episode 4. Going for glory.
This four-part series is a poignant and often strange journey spanning more than 12 countries to discover how people's beliefs, customs, and rituals about death affect the way they live their lives.
Denver II
RJ51.D48D466 1996

[pt.1.] Training video (47 min.) -- [pt.2.] Item administration (50 min.).
This video program demonstrates how to administer, score and interpret each component of the Denver II developmental screening test. Accompanying materials include technical manuals and proficiency test sheets for student training.
Developing alternatives to restraints
RT87.R47D48 1993

Shows the importance of developing alternatives to the use of restraints through the assessment/care planning process. "Reviewed for accuracy in 2005"-Disk label.
Diabetes
RC660.D526 2005

(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.).
Enteral nutrition
RM225.E584 2002

"This video presents feeding tube insertion using the nasogastric route, including confirmation of tube placement; enteral feedings; feeding tube irrigation; feeding tube removal."--From container.
Fall prevention, part 1: risk assessment
RC93.F355 2008 pt.1

The purpose of this program is to provide nurses an understanding of who is at risk for trips and falls in a healthcare facility, and which elements in the environment also put patients at increased risks for falls." - from container.
Fall prevention, part 2: prevention strategies and products
RC93.F355 2008 pt.2

The purpose of this program is to provide nurses with information about the wide variety of preventive strategies and products that can be used to reduce the risk of injury from falls." - from container.
Fall prevention, part 3: a comprehensive fall prevention program
RC93.F355 2008 pt.3

The purpose of this program is to provide nurses with a description of how to set up a comprehensive fall prevention program in their facility, including how to properly report a fall by creating a thorough post-fall assessment." - from container.
Female genitalia, anus, and rectum
RC76.B38V09 2005

Bates Physical Assessment Series. Provides a physical assessment of the female genitalia, anus, and rectum, 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.
Fluids and electrolytes balance
QP90.5.F58 2007

Pt. 1. Basics (19:45 min.) -- Pt. 2. Fluid volume imbalances (21:00 min.) -- Pt. 3. Electrolyte imbalances (21:20 min.).
This ... program ... provides nursing students, new nurses and others with the fundamental information they need to begin building their understanding of the role fluids and electrolytes play in the health of a body.--Case.
General survey, vital signs and skin
RC76.B38V18 2007

Bates Physical Assessment Series.
Genetic Engineering dreams and nightmares. Part 1, Genetic engineering : how DNA works /
QH442.G46 2001

Part of a three-part series presented by David Cove, coauthor of A primer of genetics. Dr. Cove addresses the mechanics of DNA replication and the subject of genetic engineering. This episode discusses how organisms replicate. Dr. David Cove describes the structure and function of DNA as he covers how coding sequences and promoters work together to create proteins from amino acids. DNA's remarkable suitability as a medium for duplicating the blueprints of life both rapidly and accurately in a simple yet precise language is emphasized.
Genetic Engineering dreams and nightmares. Part 2, Genetic engineering : how genes are engineered /
QH442.G462 2001

Part of a three-part series presented by David Cove, coauthor of A primer of genetics. Dr. Cove addresses the mechanics of DNA replication and the subject of genetic engineering. This episode introduces the process of genetic engineering. How does cDNA differ from normal DNA? Can a bullet really implant genes? And why is a gene for bioluminescence so valuable to researchers? This program answers those and other questions. Dr. David Cove deftly explains how reverse transcriptase is used to isolate genes, how isolated genes are cloned, how cloned genes are delivered via benign virus or "DNA gun," and how the effects of delivered genes are tracked by reporter genes.
Head, eyes, and ears
RC76.B38V01 2005

Bates Physical Assessment Series. Provides a physical assessment of the head, eyes, and ears, 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.
Head-to-toe assessment: adult
RC76.B38V14 2005

Bates Physical Assessment Series.
Head-to-toe assessment: older adult
RC76.B38V17 2007

Bates Physical Assessment Series.
House divided structural therapy with a black family, A
RC488.5.H66 2000

A videotaped counseling session with a black family addressing the important family issues and problems while presenting an approach to structural therapy.
House divided structural therapy with a black family, A
RC488.5.H66 1990

A videotaped counseling session with a black family addressing the important family issues and problems while presenting an approach to structural therapy.
Human development. 2 1/2 to 6 years
RJ131.H862 2007

V1. 620.1. Physical growth & motor development -- V2, 620.2. Cognitive development -- V3, 620.3. Psychosocial development -- V4, 620.4. Role of play.
Traces the factors that contribute to the metamorphosis of a child from a toddler to preschooler. In addition to child development during this period it offers practical suggestions for enhancing that development.
Human development. Birth to 2 1/2 years
RJ131.H843 2007

V.1, 670.1. Physical growth and motor development (ca. 25 min.) -- V.2, 670.2. Cognitive development (ca. 28 min.) -- V.3, 670.3. Language development (ca. 29 min.) -- V.4, 670.4. Emotional and social development (ca. 25 min.).
Traces the factors that contribute to the metamorphosis of a child from a helpless, seemingly unresponsive newborn to a confident toddler interacting with people and objects in his world. In addition to child development during this period it offers practical suggestions for enhancing that development.
Hypoglycemia, hyperglycemia, and monitoring
RC660.H97 2004

Describes the 3 acute, metabolic complications of diabetes: hypoglycemia, diabetic ketoacidosis, and hypersmolar hyperglycemic state. Illustrates the causes and symptoms of these complications as well as preventive and treatment measures. Presents the importance of blood and urine monitoring to prevent and detect these complications.
Insulin and oral antidiabetic agents
QP572.I5I57 2004

Discusses indications for insulin use, as well as types of preparations and administration. Outlines the mechanism of action and clinical use of the major categories of oral antidiabetic agents.
Joy of thinking : the beauty and power of classical mathematical ideas, The
QA7.B87 2003

pt. 1: lecture 1. Great ideas that bring our world into focus -- lecture 2. How many? Counting surprises -- 3. Fermat's last theorem and the allure of number -- lecture 4. Pining for natures numbers -- lecture 5. Sizing up the Fibonacci numbers -- lecture 6. Sexiest rectangle -- lecture 7. Hidden beauty of the golden rectangle -- lecture 8. Pythagorean theorem and geography of ellipses -- lecture 9. Not-so-platonic relationships in platonic solids -- lecture 10. Hunting for a sixth platonic solid -- lecture 11. Is there a fourth dimension? Can we see it? --lecture 12. Invisible art of the fourth dimension. Pt 2: lecture 13. A twisted idea - the Mobius band -- lecture 14. One-sided, sealed surface - the Klein bottle -- lecture 15. Ordinary origami-creating beautiful patterns -- lecture 16. Unfolding paper to reveal a fiery fractal -- lecture 17. Fractals -infinitely complex creations -- lecture 18. Fractal frauds of nature -- lecture 19. Chance surprise - measuring uncertainty -- lecture 20. Door number two or door number three? -- lecture 21. Great expectation - weighing the uncertain future -- lecture 22. Random thoughts - randomness in our world -- lecture 23. How surprising are surprising coindences? -- lecture 24. Life lessons learned from mathematical thinking.
Discover classical mathematics as an artistic and creative realm that contains some of the greatest ideas of human history, ideas that have shaped cultures. Explore the fourth dimension, coincidences, fractals, the allure of number and geometry, in understandable terms. No formulas, problems, equations, techniques and drills that remind us of school, but thinking that opens doors and minds and become an endless frontier of ideas to explore.
Linguists, The
P40.5.L33L5648 2009

Dr. K. David Harrison and Dr. Gregory D. S. Anderson, traveling linguists, document world languages on the verge of extinction.
Male genitalia, hernias, rectum, and prostate
RC76.B38V08 2005

Bates Physical Assessment Series. Provides a physical assessment of the male genitalia, rectum, hernias and prostate, 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.
Medicating children
RJ560.M43 2008

Administering medication to children is a unique challenge requiring specialized knowledge and skills. Each child's age, background, and level of physical and psychosocial development must be considered, and the administration process tailored to meet these particular needs. In addition, children are particularly vulnerable to medication errors. This video will address general considerations for administering pediatric medications and present important guidelines to help prevent medication errors. Techniques for administering intermuscular and subcutaneous injections, as well as oral, rectal, otic, ophthalmic, and nasal medications will be presented, with emphasis on using appropriate strategies for children of different development levels.
Meningitis : the sudden illness /
RC376.M4 1996

Conventional wisdom says that there is no cure for the flu; a doctor can only treat the symptoms. But when typical flu symptoms-- fever, headache, and a runny nose-- are accompanied by a stiff neck, the condition may be far more serious than the flu and life-threatening. Meningitis may be the culprit, and immediate medical attention is vital. This program features three leading physicians in the study of the illness, Dr. Elaine Teomanen of Rockefeller Univ. in New York, Dr. Michael Scheld of the Univ. of Virginia, and Dr. George McCracken Jr. of the Univ. of Texas Southwest Medical Center. The three examine and explain the causes and consequences of meningitis, and discuss treatment methods, both conventional and cutting-edge.
Musculoskeletal system
RC76.B38V10 2005

Bates Physical Assessment Series. Provides a physical assessment of the musculoskeletal 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.
Nervous system: cranial nerves and motor system, The
RC76.B38V11 2005

Bates Physical Assessment Series. Provides a physical assessment of the cranial nerves and motor 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.
Nervous system: sensory system and reflexes, The
RC76.B38V12 2005

Bates Physical Assessment Series. Provides a physical assessment of the sensory system and reflexes, including health history taking, examination and recommended tests and tips. Patients and examiners represent diverse age groups and cultures to provide students with a well-rounded, realistic view.
Neurologic signs & symptoms
RC348.N48 2006

Describes the steps a nurse should take in assessing a patient with hemiparesis or a severe frontal headache. Shows the connection between symptoms and the physiology of the nervous system. DVD features include: rating signs and symptoms, examination tips, animation selector, practice test, and weblink.
Neuropathy, nephropathy, and retinopathy
RC660.N48 2004

Describes how these common, long-term complications of both type 1 and type 2 diabetes develop. Lists risk factors for neuropathy, nephropathy, and retinopathy. Discusses treatment strategies and educational interventions that can prevent and/or minimize the risk of their development.
New nursing assistant, The. Elimination, specimen collection, urinary care
RT84.E45 2004

Inserting a rectal suppository -- Administering the cleansing enema -- Collecting a stool specimen -- Collecting a routine urine specimen -- Measuring urinary output -- Demonstrates updated gloving and hand hygiene practice.
New nursing assistant, The. Feeding
RT84.N494 2003

Serving a meal -- Dependent feeding.
New nursing assistant, The. Infection control
RA969.I53 2003

Handwashing -- Using protective gloves -- Handling linen -- Using a protective gown -- Handling infectious waste -- Cleaning a blood spill.
New nursing assistant, The. Moving and turning
RT87.P67M68 2008

Moving up in bed using a lift sheet -- Moving to the side of a bed using a lift sheet -- Performing a "log roll" with a lift sheet -- Assisting a move up in bed -- Moving to the side of a bed without a lift sheet -- Turning away from you -- Turning toward
New nursing assistant, The. Ostomy, urinary drainage and catheter care
RT84.N496 2005

Demonstrates changing an ostomy bag, emptying a urinary drainage bag, providing daily catheter care, and a review of perineal care.
New nursing assistant, The. Personal care
RT86.7.N495 2008

Cleaning and trimming nails -- Shaving the beard -- Assisting with hair and make-up -- Assisting with dressing -- Dressing when an I.V. catheter is in place.
New nursing assistant, The. Positioning techniques
RT87.T72N48 2004

The basic steps -- The supine position -- The semi-supine position -- The semi-prone position -- The prone position.
New nursing assistant, The. Providing oral care
RT86.7.P76 2008

Assisting the resident with oral care -- Denture Care -- Oral care for the unconscious person.
New nursing assistant, The. Range of motion exercises.
RT86.7.R36 2003

Assisting with ambulation -- Assisting falling patient -- Range of motion exercises: head and neck, upper extremities, lower extremities.
New nursing assistant, The. Recognizing abnormal signs and symptoms
RT84.N497 2004

Demonstrates and describes recognizing abnormal signs and symptoms of common diseases and conditions, and stresses the importance of subjective and objective evaluation.
New nursing assistant, The. Techniques in bathing
RT86.7.T43 2004

New nursing assistant, The. Transfer and ambulation
RT87.T72T73 2008

Pivot transfer from bed to wheelchair -- Pivot transfer from wheelchair to toilet -- Two-person lift from bed to wheelchair -- Three-person lift from bed to gurney -- Transfer using a mechanical lift -- Assisting with ambulation -- Preventing injury during a fall.
New nursing assistant, The. Warm and cold applications
RT84.N499 2003

Applying the soak -- Applying the aquamatic k-pad.
Nose, mouth, and neck
RC76.B38V02 2005

Bates Physical Assessment Series. Provides a physical assessment of the nose, mouth, and neck, 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.
Nursing assessment of the newborn
RJ255.5.N96 2007

[pt.1] 128.1. Physical examination of the neonate -- [pt.2] 128.2. Gestational age assessment.
This series demonstrates two types of evaluations: one program describes how to perform an examination of the baby to determine if he/she is in stable condition while the second shows how to use an abbreviated Ballard Scale to determine gestational age.
Nutrition therapy, exercise, and sick day management
RC660.N88 2004

Describes the role of medical nutrition therapy and exercise in managing diabetes and decreasing the risk of complications. Discusses the importance of exercise as well as precautions, and prevention and management of exercise-induced hypoglycemia. Addresses sick-day management principles essential for preventing complications.
Obstetrical nursing
RG951.O27 2008

[pt.1] Caring for the antipartum patient (24 min.); [pt.2] Electronic fetal monitoring (26 min.); [pt.3] Complications of pregnancy (21 min.); [pt.4] Labor and delivery (17 min.); [pt.5] Pain control; [pt.6] Assisted delivery and Casarean section (19 min.); [pt.7] Newborn stabilization and care (19 min.); [pt.8] Caring for the postpartum patient (18 min.).
Pain management and patient care
RT87.P35P35 2009

[pt.1] The Pain process and patient assessment (28 min.). Pathology of pain -- Components of the nociceptive process -- Neuropathic pain -- Personal experience of pain -- Effects of pain.
This series provides a review of the management of pain, the pathophysiology of pain processes, describes the components of a thorough pain assessment and identifies outcomes needed for an effective pain management program.
Pathophysiology of diabetes
RC660.P36 2004

Discusses the epidemiology, origins, pathophysiology, and signs and symptoms of type 1 and type 2 diabetes. Examines the metabolic syndrome and prediabetes. Describes the long-term consequences of untreated or inadequately treated diabetes.
Pediatric head-to-toe assessment: child
RC76.B38V16 2005

Bates Physical Assessment Series.
Pediatric head-to-toe assessment: infant
RC76.B38V15 2005

Bates Physical Assessment Series.
Pediatric tips & tricks
RJ245.P43 2005

Procedure preparation and distraction (301.1 DVD) -- Procedures (301.2 DVD) -- Instructor's guides (301 IG CD-ROM) -- Self-grading tests (301 SGT CD-ROM).
Demonstrates, with real patients at Children's Hospital of Orange County in Calif., how to prepare patients and their families for selected medical procedures. Includes scenario-based teaching demonstrations of distraction techniques that can be used to make the procedures less upsetting and more positive for the children and their parents.
Physical assessment of a child
RJ50.P45 2008

pt. 1 . Growth - Physiological measurements - Vital signs - Skin - Head and neck. Ears -- Eyes -- Nose -- Mouth (23 min.)
Addresses general considerations and basic techniques for performing a through, gentle, physical exam of a child.
Physiology of glucose regulation
QP99.3.B5P59 2004

Program describes normal glucose physiology, including the particular role of the liver. Outlines the role of insulin in carbohydrate, protein and fat metabolism, and describes the action of the counter-regulatory hormones.--from container.
Pregnancy, labor & delivery
RG951.P74 2004

Disc 1. Pregnancy (29 min.) -- Disc 2. Labor and delivery (28 min.) -- Disc 3. Pain control during labor and delivery (29 min.) -- Disc 4. Leopold's maneuvers (17 min.) -- Disc 5. Instructors guides -- Disc 6. Self grading tests.
Research design: the experiment
Q180.55.M4R474 2007

Explains when experiment-based research is appropriate and teaches the basics of designing and conducting an experiment. It considers pros and cons of this methodology, looks at different experimental methods, and discusses sampling and data collection.
Research design: the survey
HA31.2.R474 2007

Rules of the game a film, The
GV1301.R85 2004

Local Native Americans want to build a casino in Rohnert Park, California. The rest of the community is against the idea. Although it would provide more jobs, there are other issues to consider: family values, flooding of the area during heavy rains, higher crime, heavier load on the local police fo
Signs & symptoms of fluid & electrolyte imbalances
RD52.F59S54 2007

Explains how to detect signs and symptoms of fluid and electrolyte imbalances, link these findings to the most probable cause, and use these findings to provide competent nursing care.
Sisters of '77
HQ1403.N34S67 2005

Uses interviews and archival footage to examine the first National Women's Conference, held in Houston, TX in 1977, and the debates held there over issues including reproductive freedom, sexual preferences, and minority rights.
Stages of labor a visual guide, The
RG651.S77 2006

Anatomy of pregnancy -- Signs of Pre-labor -- Onset of labor -- Three stages of labor -- First stage -- Second stage -- Third stage.
Amazing 3D animation and non-technical narration make the stages of labor easy to understand. Combining detailed animation of the labor process, live birth footage, and parents describing their experience of labor and delivery, this program is an anatomy lesson and a birth story, all in one.
Standards for infection control
RA969.S73 2007

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.
Stanford video guide to financial statements a tale of two restaurants, The /
HF5681.B2S734 2002

The balance sheet -- The income statement -- Cash flow statement.
Explains for non-financial managers the job of evaluating and comparing financial statements using examples from the records of two imaginary restaurants.
Taylor's video guide to clinical nursing skills
RT41.T3965 2006

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.
Thorax and lungs
RC76.B38V03 2005

Bates Physical Assessment Series. Provides a physical assessment of the thorax and lungs, 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.
Tres madres structural therapy with an Anglo/Hispanic family /
RC488.5.T74 2000

A counseling session with an Anglo/Hispanic family addressing important family issues and problems while presenting an approach to structural therapy.
Tres madres structural therapy with an Anglo/Hispanic family /
RC488.5.A5 1990

A videotaped counseling session with an Anglo/Hispanic family addressing the important family issues and problems while presenting an approach to structural therapy.
Tuberculosis : new strategies for the healthcare worker
RA644.T7T826 2006

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.
Urinary catheterization
RC874.7.U93 1993

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.
Vital signs, height, and weight
RT84.L47 2005 module 6

Lippincott's video series for nursing assistants.