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MEDICAL TRAINING LIBRARY - 24 DVDS / 100+ HOURS
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MEDICAL TRAINING LIBRARY - 24 DVDS / 100+ HOURS

24 DVD medical video training library FOR Nurses, Doctors, EMTs, Etc.

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DUE TO INCREASE DEMAND

YOU ARE BIDDING ON WHAT I BELIEVE TO BE THE MOST COMPLETE MEDICAL TRAINING DVD SET THAT I HAVE EVER DONE OR SEEN. A NEW DVD SET THAT HAS EVERYTHING YOU NEED

TOWARDS YOUR QUEST TO PERFECT BEING A MEDICAL PROFESSIONAL.

NURSING / DOCTORIAL / MEDICAL / PARAMEDIC / EMT /

MEDICAL TRAINING on 24 DVDs

With More Video Demonstrations than Ever Before

OVER 100 HOURS OF TRAINING

Powerpoints, Pdfs, etc

with

(CSA) CLINICAL SKILLS ASSESSMENT

The Breakdown of the Materials are as Follows:

VIDEO DEMONSTRATION & INSTRUCTIONS ON:

DVD 1

12 – LED EKG READING

Identify normal EKG waveform morphology.

Describe the normal physiology of cardiac conduction.

Distinguish between cardiac dysrhythmias, including sinus, atrial, junctional and ventricular dysrhythmias.

Describe the physiological consequences and treatments of these dysrhythmias.

Learn the Anatomy & Physiology of the Heart

Cellular Biology Relating to the Heart

Basics of Interpretation of EKG

Learn about the Heart's Electrical Activity

The 8 Steps Method

1. EVALUATE P FORM

2. EVALUATE ATRIAL RHYTHM

3. EVALUATE ATRIAL RATE

4. CALCULATE DURATION OF P-R INTERVALS

5. EVALUATE VENTRICULAR RHYTHM

6. EVALUATE VENTRICULAR RATE

7. CALCULATE DURATION OF QRS COMPLEX

8. CALCULATE DURATION OF Q-T INTERVAL

PROCEEDURES OF LEARNING TOPICS

1. CARDIC ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY

2. THE EKG WAVEFORM

3. ELECTRODE PLACEMENT

4. INTERPRETATION

5. NORMAL SINUS RHYTHM

6. S-T SEGMENT ELEVATION

7. SINUS BRADYCARDIA

8. SINUS TACHICARDIA

By the end of this video training, you will be able to:

Recognize the P wave, the QRS complex,

The S-T segment and T wave?

You will be able to measure the P-R interval the QRS duration,

the amount of S-T segment deviation and the Q-T interval

DVD 2

INTUBATION TECHNIQUES

REALTED ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY

WHAT IS INTUBATION

WHY DO WE INTUBATE

LEARN TO IDENTIFY:

- Larynx

- Thyroid Cartilage

- Cricoids Cartilage. – Epiglottis. - Arytenoids Cartilage

- Corniculate Cartilage, - Cuneiform Cartilages, - Vocal Cords

- What are Arytenoids Bulges?

IDENTIFY LANDMARKS

PREPARING PATIENT FOR INTUBATION

COMPLICATIONS THAT MAY ARISE

WHAT IS AN LARYNGOSCOPE

PARTS TO A LARYNGOSCOPE

ENDOTRACHEAL TUBE & COMPONENTS

TRACHEAL TUBE SIZES & DEPTH MARKINGS

HOW TO PREPARE THE TUBE

USE OF A STYLET

PREPARING AND INSERTING THE BLADE

AUSCULTATING THE PATIENT

IRREGULAR LUNG SOUNDS & CAUSES

SECURING THE TUBE

CRICOTHYROTOMY

PLUS MUCH MORE

DVD 3

I. V., TRAINING, TEACHING, AWARENESS

RISKS OF I.V THERAPY

VENIPUNCTURE PREPARATION

VENIPUNCTURE TECHNIQUES

ASSESSING FOR PROBLEMS & COMPLICATIONS

SELECTING PROPER EQUIPMENT BY:

PURPOSE OF THE INFUSION

DURATION OF THERAPY

TYPE OF MEDICATION OR FLUID TO INFUSE

 

ASSESSING PATIENT'S CONDITION

LOCATING & CONDITION OF USABLE VEINS

USE OF WINGED-TIP NEEDLES

USE OF OVER-THE-NEEDLE CATHETERS (ONC)

FACTORS TO CONSIDER:

-VENIPUNCTURE METHOD - VEIN DEPTH

-AMOUNT OF SUBCUTANEOUS TISSUE OVER VEIN

-SOLUTION VISCOSITY

-INFUSION RATE

-VEIN SIZE

INTERVENTIONS

HOW TO INSPECT & PREPARE AN I.V, SOLUTION BAG AND

ADMINISTRATION SET

INSERTION OF A CANNULA

DEALING WITH FLOW-RATE PROBLEMS

INFUSION SITE COMPLICATIONS

ALSO LEARN THE FOLLOWING:

RISKS INVOLVING:

INCREASED INFUSION RATE

DECREASED INFUSION RATE

LEARN WHY TO RESTART AN INFUSION

INFUSION SITE COMPLICATIONS LIKE:

-INFILTRATION, -EXTRAVASATION, -INFECTION, -PHLEBITIS

INFILTRATION CAUSES & INTERVENTION

EXTRAVASATION CAUSES & INTERVENTION

INFECTION CAUSES & INTERVENTION

PHLEBITIS CAUSES & INTERVENTION

SEPTICEMIA CAUSES & INTERVENTION

EMBOLISM CAUSES & INTERVENTION

DVD 4

CARDIOVASCULAR EMERGENCIES

Identify normal EKG waveform morphology.

Describe the normal physiology of cardiac conduction.

Distinguish between cardiac dysrhythmias, including sinus, atrial, junctional and ventricular dysthythmias.

Describe the physiological consequences and treatments of these dysrhythmias.

Learn the Anatomy & Physiology of the Heart

Cellular Biology Relating to the Heart

Basics of Interpretation of EKG

Learn about the Heart's Electrical Activity

The 8 Steps Method

1. EVALUATE P FORM

2. EVALUATE ATRIAL RHYTHM

3. EVALUATE ATRIAL RATE

4. CALCULATE DURATION OF P-R INTERVALS

5.EVALUATE VENTRICULAR RHYTHM

6. EVALUATE VENTRICULAR RATE

7. CALCULATE DURATION OF QRS COMPLEX

8. CALCULATE DURATION OF Q-T INTERVAL

PROCEEDURES OF LEARNING TOPICS

1. CARDIC ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY

2. THE EKG WAVEFORM

3. ELECTRODE PLACEMENT

4. INTERPRETATION

5. NORMAL SINUS RHYTHM

6. S-T SEGMENT ELEVATION

7. SINUS BRADYCARDIA

8. SINUS TACHICARDIA

 

By the end of this video training, you will be able to:

Recognize the P wave, the QRS complex, the S-T segment and T wave?

You will be able to measure the P-R interval the QRS duration,

The amount of S-T segment deviation, and the Q-T interval

ANATOMY OF THE HEART

PATHOPHYSIOLOGY

LEARN ANATOMICAL SITES FOR AUSCULTATE POINTS OF

MAXIMUM IMPULSE

- AORTIC AREA, - PULMONIC AREA, - TRICUSPID AREA

MITRAL AREA, - ERB's POINT

HOW TO ASSESS P.M.I.

LEARN THE 6 CHARACTERISTCS & QUALITIES OF

HEART SOUNDS

HEART SOUNDS CAN BE DISCRIBED & DOCUMENTED VERY ACCURATELY USING 6 DIFFERENT CHARACTERISTICS OR QUALITIES WHICH INCLUDE:

LOCATION WHERE BEST HEARD, INTENSITY, QUALITY,

DURATION, TIMING IN RELATION TO S1 & S2

LEARN TO MAKE & USE THE COLUM METHOD TO DOCUMENT THE TIMING, INTENSITY & DURATION OF HEART SOUNDS

LEARN TO USE DISCRIPTIVE WORDS TO DEFINE THE PITCH & QUALITY OF HEART SOUNDS

LEARN ABOUT VALVE DISFUNCTION & ASSESSING USING THE GRADING SYSTEM

LEARN TO IDENTIFY MURMURS SUCH AS:

SYSTOLIC MURMURS

TRICUSPID REGURGITATION, MITRAL REGURGITATION

PULMONIC STENOSIS, AORTIC STENOSIS

DIASTOLIC MURMURS

AORTIC REGURGITATION, PULMONIC REGURGITATION

MITRAL STENOSIS, TRICUSPID STENOSIS

THE 3 FACTORS OF HEART FAILURE

HEART RATE, STROKE VOLUME, CARDIAC OUTPUT

LO = SV x HR, RENIN-ANGIOTENSIN - ALDOSTERONE SYSTEM

PULMONARY EDEMA & CAUSES,

LEARN TO OSCULTATE FOR CRACKLES

STEP BY STEP PATIENT CARE

DRUG TREATMENT - ACE INHIBITORS

ASSESSING

LEARN ABOUT PRELOAD

JUGULAR VIEN DISTENTION

DYSPNEA, STRIDOR

EXERTION & CAUGH AND WHY YOU LOOK FOR THIS

OXYGEN SATURATION, ADVENTITIOUS BREATH SOUNDS

THE ECHOCARDIOGRAM

TYPES OF TREATMENT & INTERVENTION

REVIEW RECOVERY & HOME CARE

EXPLORE DRUG USE IN THERAPY AND HOW THEY WORK

ACE INHIBITORS, DIURETICS, VASODILATORS

INOTROPIC AGENTS, BETA ADRENERGIC BLOCKERS

RECOGNIZE SIGNS AND SYMPTOMS OF M.I.

CARDIOGENIC SHOCK, ANGINA, ISCHEMIA,

ARETHMIAS, TISSUE NEOURCROSIS,

ANTEROSEPTAL M.I., ARTHROSCELOSIS, ATRIAL FLUTTER

WHAT HAPPENS IN THE BODY BEFORE, DURING AND AFTER AN M.I.

BLOOD PRESSURE, HEART & RESPIRATION RATES

INTERVENTION, AFFECT OF INTERVENTION ON SURVIVAL

EMERGENCY CARE, 12 LED EKG TRACING

AUSCULATORY SITES, ALSO LEARN THE FOLLOWING:

NITROGLYCERIN THERAPY, ASPIRIN THERAPY

HOW THROMBOLYTIC DRUGS WORK, LIDOCAINE, PACEMAKERS

DVD 5 & 6

RESPIRATORY EMERGENCIES 2

ACUTE RESPIRATORY FAILURE

THE 3 FACTORS OF (AFR) ACUTE RESPIRATORY FAILURE

THE PATHOPHYSIOLOGY OF ARF

TO DETERMINE WHO MAY BE AT RISK

SIGNS AND SYMPTOMS OF ARF

WHICH EMERGENCY INTERVENTIONS ARE NEEDED

TO ACCURATELY ASSESS & RECOGNIZE ARF

TO PERFORM AN ALLEN'S TEST

TO DRAW ARTERIAL BLOOD FOR ANALYSIS (ALLEN)

THE 3 TYPES OF ARF

HYPERCAPNIA & HYPOXEMIA

EXPLORE C.O.P.D.

MYOSTHENIA GRAVIS, MYASTHENIC CRISIS,

TO PREPARE FOR ARTERIAL PUNCTURE

ABOUT ARTERIAL BLOOD GAS MEASUREMENT

STEP BY STEP PATIENT CARE

PREPARING PATIENTS AND PERFORMING INTUBATION

ENDOTRACHEAL TUBE PLACEMENT

TO AUSCULTATE FOR BREATH SOUNDS

MECHANICAL VENTILATION

POSITIVE PRESSURE VENTILATION (PPV)

POSITIVE END-EXPIRATORY PRESSURE (PEEP)

USE THE MINIMAL LEAK TECHNIQUE FOR ENDO-

TRACHEAL TUBE CUFF MANAGEMENT

UNDERSTAND THE CLINICAL SIGNIFICANCE OF ATERIAL

BLOOD GAS MEASUREMENTS AND HOW TO TAKE STEPS

TO MAINTAIN OR PROVIDE AN OPEN AIRWAY BY POSITIONING

THE PATIENT CORRECTLY OR USING ARTIFICIAL AIRWAYS.

RESPIRATORY EXAMINATIONS

Equipment Needed

A Stethoscope, A Peak Flow Meter

General Considerations

The patient must be properly undressed and gowned for this examination.

Ideally the patient should be sitting on the end of an exam table.

The examination room must be quiet to perform adequate percussion and auscultation.

Try to visualize the underlying lobes of the lungs as you examine the patient.

Observe the patient for general signs of respiratory disease (finger clubbing, cyanosis, air hunger, etc.).

Inspection

Observe the rate, rhythm, depth, and effort of breathing. Note whether the expiratory phase is prolonged.

Listen for obvious abnormal sounds with breathing such as wheezes.

Observe for retractions and use of accessory muscles (sternomastoids, abdominals).

Observe the chest for asymmetry, deformity, or increased anterior-posterior (AP) diameter.

Confirm that the trachea is near the midline?

Palpation

  1. Indentify any areas of tenderness or deformity by palpating the ribs and sternum.
  2. Assess expansion and symmetry of the chest by placing your hands on the patient's back, thumbs together at the midline, and ask them to breath deeply.
  3. Check for tact

Percussion

Use the proper techniqueto elicit percussion "notes."

Posterior Chest

  1. Percuss from side to side and top to bottom using the pattern shown in the illustration. Omit the areas covered by the scapulae.
  2. Compare one side to the other looking for asymmetry.
  3. Note the location and quality of the percussion sounds you hear.
  4. Find the level of the diaphragmatic dullness on both sides.

Diaphragmatic Excursion

  1. Find the level of the diaphragmatic dullness on both sides.
  2. Ask the patient to inspire deeply.
  3. The level of dullness (diaphragmatic excursion) should go down 3-5cm symmetrically.
  4. Anterior Chest
  5. Percuss from side to side and top to bottom using the pattern shown in the illustration.
  6. Compare one side to the other looking for asymmetry.
  7. Note the location and quality of the percussion sounds you hear.

Interpretation

 

 

Percussion Notes and Their Meaning

Flat or Dull

Pleural Effusion or Lobar Pneumonia

Normal

Healthy Lung or Bronchitis

Hyperresonant

Emphysema or Pneumothorax

 

Auscultation

Use the diaphragm of the stethoscope to auscultate breath sounds.

Posterior Chest

  1. Auscultate from side to side and top to bottom using the pattern shown in the illustration. Omit the areas covered by the scapulae.
  2. Compare one side to the other looking for asymmetry.
  3. Note the location and quality of the sounds you hear.

Anterior Chest

  1. Auscultate from side to side and top to bottom using the pattern shown in the illustration.
  2. Compare one side to the other looking for asymmetry.
  3. Note the location and quality of the sounds you hear.

Interpretation

Breath sounds are produced by turbulent air flow. They are categorized by the size of the airways that transmit them to the chest wall (and your stethoscope). The general rule is, the larger the airway, the louder and higher pitched the sound. Vesicular breath sounds are low pitched and normally heard over most lung fields. Tracheal breath sounds are heard over the trachea. Bronchovesicular and bronchial sounds are heard in between. Inspiration is normally longer than expiration

Breath sounds are decreased when normal lung is displaced by air (emphysema or pneumothorax) or fluid (pleural effusion). Breath sounds shift from vesicular to bronchial when there is is fluid in the lung itself (pneumonia).

 

 

Adventitious (Extra) Lung Sounds

Crackles

These are high pitched, discontinuous sounds similar to the sound produced by rubbing your hair between your fingers. (Also known as Rales)

Wheezes

These are generally high pitched and "musical" in quality. Stridor is an inspiratory wheeze associated with upper airway obstruction (croup).

Rhonchi

These often have a "snoring" or "gurgling" quality. Any extra sound that is not a crackle or a wheeze is probably a rhonchi.

 

Voice Transmission Tests

These tests are only used in special situations. This part of the physical exam has largely been replaced by the chest x-ray. All these tests become abnormal when the lungs become filled with fluid (referred to as consolidation).

Tactile Fremitus

  1. Ask the patient to say "ninety-nine" several times in a normal voice.
  2. Palpate using the ball of your hand.
  3. You should feel the vibrations transmitted through the airways to the lung.
  4. Increased tactile fremitus suggests consolidation of the underlying lung tissues.

Bronchophony

Ask the patient to say "ninety-nine" several times in a normal voice.

Auscultate several symmetrical areas over each lung.

The sounds you hear should be muffled and indistinct. Louder, clearer sounds are called bronchophony.

Whispered Pectoriloquy

Ask the patient to whisper "ninety-nine" several times.

Auscultate several symmetrical areas over each lung.

You should hear only faint sounds or nothing at all. If you hear the sounds clearly this is referred to as whispered pectoriloquy.

Egophony

Ask the patient to say "ee" continuously.

Auscultate several symmetrical areas over each lung.

You should hear a muffled "ee" sound. If you hear an "ay" sound this is referred to as "E -> A" or egophony.

DVD 7 & 8

MEDICAL SKILLS & PROCEEDURES

A.E.D. , ORALPHARYGEAL AIRWAY INSERTION (Oral Airway)

A.T.L.S., INTRAMUSCULAR INJECTION, I.V.

PERICARDIOCENTESIS, APPLYING PLASTER CASTS

MORPHINE ADMINISTRATION, RETROGRADE INTUBATION

CRICOTHYROIDOTOMY, SUBCUTANEOUS INJECTION

OPEN CHEST WOUNDS, SEIZURES

AUTOMATED EXTERNAL DEFIBULATOR (A.E.D.)

DEMONSTRATION ON VITAL SIGNS

PATIENT ASSESSMENT DEMONSTRATIONS

SUTURE ADMINISTRATION

HOW TO DRESS THE FOLLOWING INJURIES:

EYE INJURIES, CHEST INJURIES, BULLET WOUND, IMPAILED OBJECT

HAND INJURIES, LACERATIONS, OBGYN, DELIVERY OF A BABY

DIFFERENT TYPES OF HEAT BURNS, DIFFERENT TYPES OF FLUID BURNS

ELECTRICAL BURNS, MASS CASUALTY TRIAGE

Fractures & Dislocations, Amputations, A.E.D. Training,

Heart Attack & Stroke, Adult, Child & Infant Airway Obstruction and CPR,

Barrier Devices, Control Bleeding, Impaled Objects,

Burns, Emergency Moves, Splinting, Ingestion Poisons,

RICE, Physical Exam and Sample, Vital Signs,

Abdomen Exam, Anterior Chest, Pelvic Exam,

Breast Exam, Chest & Lung Exam, Ears & Nose Exam,

Eyes, Head Lymph Nodes Exam, Male & Female Genitalia Exam,

Mouth & Neck Exam, Veins & Arteries, Neuro Exam, Rectal Exam,

Rectalvaginal Exam, Lower Extremities, Male Infant Circumcision

Anterior & Posterior Chest Exam, Head to Toe Examination,

plus Over 55 Cases & Studies,

CELL & MEMBRANE PHYSIOLOGY LECTURE

EDONCRINE SYSTEM LECTURE, NEUROLOGY LECTURE

PUMONARY LECTURE, RENAL SYSTEM LECTURE

VITAMINS LECTURE

PDF MANUALS ON:

Critical Care Medicine, Out-Patient Medicine, Family Medicine

History & Physical Exam, Pediatric Medicine, Psychiatry

Genecology & Obstetrics, Surgery, Treatment Guidelines

Skin Diseases, Physicians Drug Resource, Medicine

PLUS

Over 75 - Heart Sounds & Murmurs Audio Tracks

PowerPoint Test Question Bank - over 500 questions in:

Emergency Medicine, Family Medicine, Medicine Practice

Pediatrics, Psychiatry, Obstetrics, Genecology, Surgery

Preventive Medicine, Public Health, Plus Much Much More

NEW - 2012 CPR STANDARD TRAINING - POWERPOINT

MEDICAL FIRST RESPONDER TRAINING MANUAL EBOOK ZIP

GLASCOW COMA SCALE ZIP, DISEASES MANUAL

DIABETES MANUAL, CRITICAL INCIDENT STRESS

12 LED EKG .. HEART & LUNGS, LUNG BREATH SOUNDS- AUDIO TRAINING

CARDIOVASCULAR LECTURE, GASTROINTESTINAL LECTURES

HEMOTOLOGY LECTURE, MUSCLE PHYSIOLOGY LECTURE

METABOLIC PHYSIOLOGY LECTURE, ELECTROLITES LECTURE

ALSO

- NATIONAL C.P.R. TRAINING STANDARDS

- National CPR PowerPoint Training Course

- Hospital Bioterrorism Prep & Response Guide

- Bioterrorism Readiness Plan: A Template for Healthcare Facilities

- Public Health Response to Biological & Chemical Terrorism

- Regulations to control communicable diseases

- EDRUG DATABASE

- Animal / Human Diseases - Compiled Diseases

Paramedic Training and Study Manuals

Animated Video lessons on the body systems

Heart Beat Sounds and Lessons, Lung Sounds and Lessons

Fundamentals of First Aid, Fundamentals of Nursing

Pharmacology, Drug Book Dose Calculator

Glasgow Coma Scale, Blood Borne Pathogens

EKG Reading, 12 LED EKG, Heart Sounds and Lung Sounds

Trauma, Critical Incident Stress, Bailey's Surgical Text Manual

Behrman Text on Pediatrics Manual, Emergency Diagnosis 5th Ed. Manual

Oxford Text of Public Health 4th Ed. Manual

The Intern Survival Guide, The Hospitalist Handbook

12 Lead EKG, The Bioterrorism Prep & Response Guide

Asthma Management Guide, Sleep Apnea Video

Heart Disease on Asian Americans, Heart Disease on African Americans

Body Mass Index, Faces pain scale - revised

 

 

WITH OVER 2500 MEDICAL TEST QUESTIONS WITH ANSWERS

               
           
   
         
   
           
   
           
                     
 

HUMAN ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY

Muscular System, Endocrine System

Digestive System, Integumentary System

Circulatory System, Nervous System

Urinary System, Respiratory System

Skeletal System, Reproductive System

The body systems are the roots to learning the body as a whole.

You will get text as well as some of the most comprehensive real life looking diagrams of each body system and each part within

YOU WILL ALSO LEARN:

Basic Human Anatomy,

Cellular Biology

Tissues, Organs & Membrains.

Cardiovascular & Lymphatic Systems.

You will also learn characteristics of the major common EKG Diagnoses

Learn about the 12 Lead EKG

ECG

ALSO LEARN ABOUT

Auscultation is perhaps the most important and effective clinical technique you will ever learn for evaluating a patient’s respiratory function.

Pulmonary Auscultation

OVER 100 HEART SOUNDS TRAINING

Techniques , Positioning, Heart Anatomy & MORE!

Cardiac Auscultation

 

 

   
 

ALSO ENCLUDED HUNDREDS OF PRACTICAL EXAM QUESTIONS

For NURSING, MEDICAL & PARAMEDICINE

DIABETES

Classifications; standards of medical care;

Hypoglycemia & hyperglycemia;

Management of Diabetes; with 3 PowerPoint presentations & 5 videos clips, etc.

ASTHMA

Diagnosis & management of Asthma; measures of assessment; factors contributing to Asthma severity; Pharmacologic therapies; Pathophysiology of Asthma; 2 - school asthma education powerpoint slide shows, asthma management Zip, etc.

CHOLESTEROL & WEIGHT EDUCATION

Body mass Index; healthy eating during pregnancy; identification & treatment of obesity; detection & evaluation; helping your overweight child; metabolic syndrome; goals & treatments; drug therapies; specific dyslipidemias; 2 - powerpoint presentation on portion distortions, etc.

PREGNANCY

Trimesters of pregnancy, pregnancy from the beginning; common symptoms that you may incounter; 6- powerpoint presentations on high blood pressure; etc.

PHARACOLOGY

Chemical periodic table; S.I. conversion chart; temperature scale; pharmacology mathematics; drug study guide; drug dosage & therapies; pharmacology I, II, III; EDrug database zip, etc

MENTAL HEALTH

Guide to Managing Stress; Challenging Stereotypes; Anxiety Disorders, Depression; Suicide & suicide Intervention; Eating Disorders; Schizophrenia; Bipolor disorders; Helping children who is expressing anger; ADD/ADHD; children with mental health disorders; Alternative therapies; PTSD; Trauma; Nightmares; Myths about bad parenting; self harm; addiction & mental health; psychosocial issues for children youth in disasters; recovery; powerpoint presentations in: behavioural emergencies for EMTs; behavioural emergencies; crisis intervention; psychaitric disorders; plus a lot more; ETC.

THE HEART

Signs & Symptoms of possible Heart Attack or Stroke; Heart Attack Signs pocket Card; Detection & Evaluation of High Blood Pressure; 6- Powerpoint Presentations on Patients with Coronary Syndrome; Guidelines for Cardiovascular Disease Prevention in women; High Blood Pressure in Children; Management of Diastolic Heart Failure; Pathophysiology of Pulmonary Embolism; Pathophysiology of Myocardial Infarction; 10 commandments for a health heart; Pulmonary Auscultation; videos on Latino Discussion on Heart Attack; Native American Tribal Elder talk on Heart; other videos from survivors of heart attacks; etc

DISEASES

Compiled Diseases; diseases in health emergencies -hurricanes; Emerging Infectious Diseases; Animal to Human Diseases; Meningococcal Meningitis; T.B. Infection; Regulations to control Communicable Diseases; EMS Guide to Infection Control; PowerPoint presentation on Blood Borne Pathogens; etc

3- POWERPOINT LESSONS ON CRONIC RENAL FAILURE & RENOVASCULAR HYPERTENSION

ALSO PDF TEXT ON:

  • CHAPTER 1. FUNDAMENTAL CRITERIA FOR FIRST AID
    1-1. General
    1-2. Terminology
    1-3. Understanding Vital Body Functions for First Aid
    1-4. Adverse Conditions
    1-5. Basics of First Aid
    1-6. Evaluating a Casualty

    CHAPTER 2. BASIC MEASURES FOR FIRST AID
    Section I. Open the Airway and Restore Breathing
    2-1. General
    2-2. Breathing Process
    2-3. Assessment of and Positioning the Casualty 2-4. Opening the Airway of an Unconscious or not Breathing Casualty
    2-5. Rescue Breathing (Artificial Respiration)
    2-6. Preliminary Steps—All Rescue Breathing Methods
    2-7. Mouth-to-Mouth Method
    2-8. Mouth-to-Nose Method
    2-9. Heartbeat
    2-10. Airway Obstructions
    2-11. Opening the Obstructed Airway—Conscious Casualty
    2-12. Opening the Obstructed Airway—Casualty Lying Down or Unconscious

    Section II. Stop the Bleeding and Protect the Wound
    2-13. General
    2-14. Clothing
    2-15. Entrance and Exit Wounds
    2-16. Field Dressing
    2-17. Manual Pressure
    2-18. Pressure Dressing
    2-19. Digital Pressure
    2-20. Tourniquet

    Section III. Check for Shock and Administer First Aid Measures
    2-21. General
    2-22. Causes and Effects
    2-23. Signs and Symptoms of Shock
    2-24. First Aid Measures for Shock

    CHAPTER 3. FIRST AID FOR SPECIFIC INJURIES
    3-1. General
    3-2. Head, Neck, and Facial Injuries
    3-3. General First Aid Measures
    3-4. Chest Wounds
    3-5. First Aid for Chest Wounds
    3-6. Abdominal Wounds
    3-7. First Aid for Abdominal Wounds
    3-8. Burn Injuries
    3-9. First Aid for Burns
    3-10. Dressings and Bandages
    3-11. Shoulder Bandage
    3-12. Elbow Bandage
    3-13. Hand Bandage
    3-14. Leg (Upper and Lower) Bandage
    3-15. Knee Bandage
    3-16. Foot Bandage

    CHAPTER 4. FIRST AID FOR FRACTURES
    4-1. General
    4-2. Kinds of Fractures
    4-3. Signs and Symptoms of Fractures
    4-4. Purposes of Immobilizing Fractures
    4-5. Splints, Padding, Bandages, Slings, and Swathes
    4-6. Procedures for Splinting Suspected Fractures
    4-7. Upper Extremity Fractures
    4-8. Lower Extremity Fractures
    4-9. Jaw, Collarbone, and Shoulder Fractures
    4-10. Spinal Column Fractures
    4-11. Neck Fractures

    CHAPTER 5. FIRST AID FOR CLIMATIC INJURIES
    5-1. General
    5-2. Heat Injuries
    5-3. Cold Injuries

    CHAPTER 6. FIRST AID FOR BITES AND STINGS
    6-1. General
    6-2. Types of Snakes
    6-3. Snakebites
    6-4. Human or Animal Bites
    6-5. Marine (Sea) Animals
    6-6. Insect (Arthropod) Bites and Stings
    6-7. First Aid for Bites and Stings

    CHAPTER 7. FIRST AID IN A NUCLEAR, BIOLOGICAL, AND CHEMICAL ENVIRONMENT
    7-1. General
    7-2. First Aid Materials
    7-3. Classification of Chemical and Biological Agents
    7-4. Conditions for Masking Without Order or Alarm
    7-5. First Aid for a Chemical Attack
    7-6. Background Information on Nerve Agents
    7-7. Signs and Symptoms of Nerve Agent Poisoning
    7-8. First Aid for Nerve Agent Poisoning
    7-9. Blister Agents
    7-10. Choking Agents (Lung-Damaging Agents)
    7-11. Cyanogen (Blood) Agents
    7-12. Incapacitating Agents
    7-13. Incendiaries
    7-14. Biological Agents and First Aid
    7-15. Toxins
    7-16. Nuclear Detonation

    CHAPTER 8. FIRST AID FOR PSYCHOLOGICAL REACTIONS
    8-1. General
    8-2. Importance of Psychological First Aid
    8-3. Situations Requiring Psychological First Aid 8-4. Interrelationship of Psychological and Physical First Aid
    8-5. Goals of Psychological First Aid
    8-6. Respect for Others’ Feelings
    8-7. Emotional and Physical Disability
    8-8. Combat and Other Operational Stress Reactions
    8-9. Reactions to Stress
    8-10. Severe Stress or Stress Reaction
    8-11. Application of Psychological First Aid
    8-12. Reactions and Limitations
    8-13. Stress Reactions

    APPENDIX A. FIRST AID CASE AND KITS, DRESSINGS, AND BANDAGES
    A-1. First Aid Case with Field Dressings and Bandages
    A-2. General Purpose First Aid Kits
    A-3. Dressings
    A-4. Standard Bandages
    A-5. Triangular and Cravat (Swathe) Bandages

    APPENDIX B. RESCUE AND TRANSPORTATION PROCEDURES
    B-1. General
    B-2. Principles of Rescue Operations
    B-3. Considerations
    B-4. Plan of Action
    B-5. Proper Handling of Casualties
    B-6. Positioning the Casualty
    B-7. Medical Evacuation and Transportation of Casualties
    B-8. Manual Carries
    B-9. Improvised Litters

  

DVD # 9

Human Anatomy Terminology

The Plains of the Human Body

Anatomical / Topographical Terms

A Brief Overview of all Body Systems

In-depth Study of the Integumentary System

In-depth Study of the Skeletal System

Learn to Name and Locate all 206 Human Bones

DVD # 10

In-depth Study of the Muscular System

Learn to Name and Locate all 640 Human Muscles

Learn to Name and Locate all Parts of the Brain

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