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Learn how to correctly perform basic, intermediate, and advanced nursing procedures with these interactive, engaging videos. Clear, step-by-step demonstrations of over 125 key nursing procedures present the skills you need for confident performance in labs and clinicals. For each skill, you can also test your understanding with NCLEX® examination-style review questions with rationales. A consistent format for each skill takes you from planning to follow-up care complete with review questions! Overviews present the purpose of the skill, safety precautions, and delegation guidelines to help you put skills in the context of patient care. Preparation includes patient assessment and any appropriate patient preparation needed before the procedure. Equipment familiarizes you with the most current equipment used for each procedure. Procedure Videos let you watch and learn with over 125 videos of key nursing procedures that are performed by real nurses and feature the most current practices. Many videos feature dynamic 3-D animations to show what is happening inside the body. You can also print out handy procedure guidelines that include the steps for each procedure. Follow-up Care outlines appropriate assessment, evaluation, and interventions to ensure comprehensive patient care. Documentation provides guidelines on what and how to document care provided and patient response, and includes sample documentation that can be printed for review. Review Questions feature NCLEX examination-style review questions with rationales so you can evaluate your understanding of each skill. Sections can be viewed sequentially or you can easily select a specific section - so you can choose how much time to spend on each section or select or skip specific material. Each video approximately 5 minutes. Available for play on a standard DVD player or a computer with a DVD drive.
Table of Contents
|Basic Infection Control|
|Performing hand hygiene|
|Using personal protective equipmen?|
|Performing a complete or partial bed bath|
|Assisting with a tub bath or showe?|
|Performing back massage|
|Performing perineal care for the female patient|
|Performing perineal care for the male patient Bedmaking|
|Making the unoccupied bed|
|Making the occupied be?|
|Safe Patient Handling|
|Assisting with moving and positioning a patient in bed|
|Transferring from bed to wheelchair using a transfer belt|
|Transferring from bed to a stretcher|
|Performing passive range-of-motion exercises|
|Applying elastic stockings|
|Assisting with ambulation using a gait belt|
|Using a sequential compression devic?|
|Using a hydraulic lift|
|Assisting with Elimination Assisting with a urinal|
|Assisting with a bedpan|
|Applying a condom cathete?|
|Administering a cleansing enema|
|Providing catheter care Nutrition & Fluids|
|Assisting with meals|
|Taking aspiration precautions|
|Measuring intake and output|
|Personal Hygiene & Grooming|
|Performing oral hygiene for an unconscious patient|
|Performing hair care and shampooing in bed|
|Shaving a male patient|
|Performing nail and foot care|
|Assisting with gown change|
|Measuring height and weight|
|Assessing radial puls?|
|Assessing apical pulse|
|Assessing apical-radial pulse|
|Taking a temperature with electronic thermometers|
|Taking a temperature with tympanic thermometers|
|Obtaining blood pressure by the one-step method|
|Obtaining blood pressure by the two-step method|
|Measuring oxygen saturation with pulse oximetry|
|Restraints and Alternatives|
|Using restraint alternatives|
|Pressure Ulcers and Wound Care|
|Managing wound drainage systems|
|Caring for pressure ulcer?|
|Inserting a nasogastric feeding tube Providing enteral feedings|
|Irrigating a feeding tube|
|Removing a feeding tube|
|Establishing & maintaining sterile fiel?|
|Adding items to a sterile field|
|Pouring a sterile solution|
|Using a pre-packaged sterile ki?|
|Performing sterile gloving|
|Pouching a colostomy|
|Pouching a ureterostomy|
|Respiratory Care and Suctioning|
|Ensuring oxygen safety|
|Setting oxygen flow rates|
|Applying a nasal cannula or a face mask|
|Maintaining an airway|
|Providing tracheostomy care|
|Performing oropharyngeal suctioning|
|Performing nasotracheal suctioning|
|Suctioning an artificial airway|
|Postoperative Nursing Care|
|Providing postoperative care Managing pain|
|Managing a nasogastric tube|
|Preoperative Nursing Care|
|Performing a preoperative assessment|
|Promoting family support and participation|
|Teaching postoperative exercises and pain managemen?|
|Preparing a patient for surgery|
|Collecting a midstream urine specimen|
|Performing fecal occult blood testing|
|Performing gastric occult blood and pH testin?|
|Collecting a sputum specime?|
|Collecting a specimen for wound culture|
|Performing blood glucose testing|
|Screening urine for chemical properties|
|Urinary Catheter Management|
|Inserting an indwelling urinary|
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