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Suturing - Learn to stitch a wound - 45 Minute Training DVD
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Suturing - Learn to stitch a wound - 45 Minute Training DVD

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SUTURING

 

OVER
40 MINUTES
OF VIDEO TRAINING

What Is Suturing?

suture is a medical device that doctors, embalmers, and surgeons use to hold skin,internal organs, blood vessels and all other tissues of the human body together after they have been severed by injury,
incision or surgery.
They must be strong so that they do not break, non-toxic, hypoallergenic (to avoid adverse reactions in the body), and flexible
(so they can be tied and knotted easily).
In addition, they must lack the so called "wick effect", which means that sutures must not allow fluids to penetrate the body through them from outside,
In its simplest definition, this video explores and defines all possible questions on Suturing...
You will also learn to:
Define Suturing
Indications for Suturing
When to Refer
Potential Complications
Different Types of Sutures
-Simple, -Interrupted, -Vertical Matress, -Horizontal Matress,
-Corner Stitch, -Subcutaneous
Informed Concent Issues
Instruments needed
Course of Suturing skills
When to use Different Types of Sutures
When to use Different Types of Needles
Treatment Options
Anesthesia Options
Locking vs. Non-Locking Indications & Techniques
Different Ties:
-Instrument, Single Handed, -Double Handed
Follow Up Instructions
YOU WILL ALSO LEARN MORE INDEPTH ON:
Indications:
-Laceration During Delivery, -Laceration From Trauma,
-Closure of Skin or Deeper Incision From Surgery
Repair After Removal of Lesion
Potential Complications:
-Bleeding, -Infection, -Anesthesia Reactions, -Scar (Keloid),
-Dehiscence, -Need for Repeat Procedures
PLUS SO MUCH MUCH MORE!
REAL INDEPTH - REAL DEMONSTRATIONS
NO ANIMATIONS

Last Updated: Sunday, 22 April 2018 10:43