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2. Discuss how substance tolerance affects the addicted individual’s drug behavior.
3. Explain how knowledge of the benefits of medications can become part of the addiction process.
4. Describe the role of a sense of entitlement in becoming chemically dependent.
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Anatomy: The Endocrine System
This program discusses various aspects of the endocrine system including the pituitary gland, the hypothalamus, the pineal gland, the thyroid gland.
Anatomy: The Reproductive System
This program describes the anatomy and physiology of the male and female reproductive systems using art and animation.
Aseptic Nursing Technique at the Bedside: Standard Precautions$279.00
Aseptic Nursing Technique at the Bedside: Transmission of Infection
The Joint Commission has mandated that hospitals monitor the rates of infection in their facilities and have steps in place to reduce its occurrence.
Aseptic Nursing Technique at the Bedside Series
This four-part program provides a comprehensive overview of aseptic technique on the patient care unit. It includes a clear explanation of the chain of infection and how asepsis breaks links in this chain.
Aseptic Nursing Technique at the Bedside: The Sterile Field
In this program, the creation and maintenance of a sterile field at the bedside is discussed and demonstrated.
Anatomy: The Muscular System
This program describes skeletal, smooth, and cardiac muscles, discussing their structures and functions as well as pathological conditions exclusive to each.
Anatomy: The Skeletal System
Using art and animation, this program provides a thorough, yet entertaining description of the skeletal system.
Anatomy: The Urinary System
This program discusses the role of the kidneys, ureters, bladder, and urethra as well as the process of micturition. Art and animation are used throughout to enhance the material.
Caring for Individuals with Special Needs Series
Increasingly, nurses in acute care hospitals are caring for patients who are admitted for a variety of conditions who present unique care challenges due to cognitive or sensory impairments.