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Caring for Individuals with Special Needs: Visual Impairments
The focus of program two is individuals with varying levels of visual impairment, including the blind. There is an overview of eye anatomy and function supplemented with graphics.
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.
Aseptic Nursing Technique in the OR: Surgical Hand Scrub
The focus of this program is correct techniques for performing the surgical hand scrub. The three purposes of scrubbing prior to surgery are discussed and the two scrub products currently approved for use by members of the surgical team are described.
Anatomy: The Respiratory System
This program provides a description of the respiratory system, including the anatomy and physiology of the upper and lower airways
Aseptic Nursing Technique in the OR: Creating and Maintaining a Sterile Field
The final program in this series focuses on the creation and maintenance of the sterile field. It begins by discussing the criteria for the materials in surgical drapes and the various configurations of these drapes.
Aseptic Nursing Technique in the OR: Gowning, Gloving and Surgical Skin Prep
This program begins by describing and demonstrating the proper techniques for donning a sterile gown and assisting a colleague to gown.
Aseptic Nursing Technique in the OR: Principles of Sterile Technique
This program addresses the common causes of operative infection and its sources within the surgical suite.
Pharmacology and the Healthcare Professional Series
This series provides a comprehensive look at the current understanding and practice standards related to pharmacology.
Procedural Sedation: Sedation in Children$279.00
Caring for Individuals with Special Needs: Hearing Impairments
In program three, ear anatomy and physiology are discussed and illustrated with clear graphics. This is followed by a discussion of the two primary types of hearing loss, conductive and sensorineural.