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    Advance Directives: Implications for Health Care Professionals - Nursing

    Modern medical technology has created a need for patients to prepare treatment directives in advance, indicating desired medical care in the event of becoming incapacitated. This module offers a historical overview of CPR and its relationship to the concept of advance directives. Also addressed...

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    Advance Directives: Planning for Desired Medical Care

    Modern medical technology has created a need for patients to prepare treatment directives in advance, indicating desired medical care in the event of becoming incapacitated. This module offers a historical overview of CPR and its relationship to the concept of advance directives. Also addressed...

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    Assessing Outcomes Vital to Independent Living in Late Life

    It is a well known fact that the population of the United States is aging rapidly. Researchers have found that successful aging is based upon three pillars: avoiding disease, engaging with life and maintaining high cognitive and physical function. This course focuses on the precise assessment of...

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    Capnography Monitoring During Procedural Sedation by Oridion Medical

    Respiratory depression is a widely recognized possible complication of sedation and analgesic administration. Ventilation monitoring using capnography has been determined to be the earliest indicator of hypoventilation and episodes of no-breath. This lecture by Oridion Medical will discuss...

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    Caring For The Incarcerated

    With the prison population and age of prisoners increasing coupled with the types of illnesses and longer prison sentences seen in the prison system, it only serves to reason that inmates are going to need more healthcare services. Often, prisons provide healthcare within the confines of the...

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    Clinical Strategies: Abdominal Pain - Nursing

    The aim of this tutorial by Ashley Davidoff, M.D. is to provide a comprehensive review of abdominal pain. After completion of this tutorial, the learner will understand the causes of abdominal pain, the characteristic clinical presentations, the general approach to management as well as the...

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    Clinical Strategies: Back Pain - Nursing

    The aim of this tutorial by Ashley Davidoff, M.D. is to provide a comprehensive review of back pain. After completion of this tutorial, the learner will understand the causes of back pain, the characteristic clinical presentations, the general approach to management as well as the usual...

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    Clinical Strategies: Headache - Nursing

    The aim of this tutorial by Ashley Davidoff, M.D. is to provide a comprehensive review on headache. After completion of this tutorial, the learner will understand the causes of headache, the characteristic clinical presentations, the general approach to management as well as the usual diagnostic...

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    Clinical Strategies: Neck Pain - Nursing

    The aim of this tutorial by Ashley Davidoff, M.D. is to provide a comprehensive review of neck pain. After completion of this tutorial, the learner will understand the causes of neck pain, the characteristic clinical presentations, the general approach to management as well as the usual...

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    Clinical Strategies: Pelvic Pain - Nursing

    The aim of this tutorial by Ashley Davidoff, M.D. is to provide a comprehensive review of pelvic pain. Pelvic pain is a common gynecological complaint and can be broadly classified as cyclic, acute, or chronic. There are many causes for pelvic pain, with results that range from spontaneous...

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    Diabetes and Fall Risk: Special Considerations in Improving Quality of Life for Older Adults

    As the world's population ages, chronic diseases have become the most common cause of death. Most people over 65 have at least one chronic disease and half will have three or more. Diabetes is one of the most prevalent; 75% of people over age 80 have diabetes or pre-diabetes and treatment...

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    Diabetes Mellitus: An Overview - Nursing

    The author provides a brief overview of important statistics on the incidence and economic impact of diabetes mellitus. Also included is a description of the general features of glucose metabolism as well as the pathogenesis and manifestations of the disease. Three disease categories are...

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    Diabetes Mellitus: Patient Management - Nursing

    The module describes the components of effective management of diabetes mellitus types 1 and 2. These components include nutritional therapy, pharmacological management, and physical activity planning. The module further details the combination and application of these components as appropriate...

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    End of Life: Palliative Care and Hospice

    End of Life: Palliative Care and Hospice examines the philosophy and approach of palliative care and the use of hospice care, as well as the role and responsibilities of the palliative care nurse. Participants will learn to properly assess pain, provide effective pain management options,...

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    Improving Patient Satisfaction Through Effective Patient Communication

    This course will help enhance the healthcare professional's ability to effectively communicate with patients in order to satisfy patients' needs and expectations. The course focuses on how to best communicate important and relevant information to a diverse patient population that will establish...

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    Intensive Ambulatory Care Program(IAC): Daily Huddle and MDR eLearning Module

    This course discusses the need for daily huddles and multi-disciplinary rounding on home patients. Maintaining communication is important to maintain continuity of care with the patient who is in the own home.  We will review workflow practices and aspects of patient management.

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    Introduction to Lean in Healthcare

    The Lean philosophy is being utilized in many healthcare settings. As healthcare strives to adjust to ever changing regulations and expectations, knowledge of Lean and the tools therein can provide knowledge to make the patient experience the best it can be. This course is available for...

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    Mobile Obstetrics Monitoring -Installation and Service Course

    CI0537XWIC

    This course focuses on the knowledge, skills and abilities required to install, upgrade, and service the mhealth based obstetric monitoring solution (MOM- Mobile Obstetrics Monitoring). This course is a webinar for Field Service Engineers, Response Center Engineers, Hospital IT...

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    Nutrition and the Patient with Chronic Kidney Disease

    In the presence of chronic kidney disease, a combination of diet, medications, and dialysis treatments is needed to support healthy kidney function and to maintain the overall health status of the patient. Dietary prescriptions vary by patient based on numerous variables, including the extent of...

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    Osteoporosis: An Overview of the Disease, Diagnosis, and Treatment - Nursing

    This module describes osteoporosis, its influencing factors, diagnosis and treatment. The first tutorial examines the prevalence of osteoporosis and its costs to health care, the structure and function of bones and how osteoporosis occurs, the etiology, symptoms, risk factors and preventive...

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    Patient Care Basics: History, Vital Signs, and Standard Precautions

    his module is an overview of basic patient care skills. It is divided into three sections: The first section, initial history, discusses patient communication and interview skills. The second section, assessment, discusses observations of the healthcare professional, measurable vital signs, and...

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    Patient Education and the Radiologic Technologist

    Patient education is more critical today than ever before. It begins with the health care provider supplying information to patients to influence patients' attitudes and behaviors and thus improve their health. As a practice, patient education requires skills and knowledge of theories and...

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    Reducing Falls in the Home: Medication Interventions and the Role of the Aging Network

    Numerous factors are associated with an increased risk of falling and fall-related injuries, but none is as potentially preventable or reversible as medication use. Older persons use approximately 30 percent of all prescription and over-the-counter medications sold in the U.S. On average...

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    Respiratory Care Equipment for the RT: Oxygen Administration

    This module presents the basic principles of oxygen therapy for the spontaneously breathing adult patient. A review of the types of hypoxia and clinical signs and symptoms are provided. Oxygen delivery systems are described and suggestions for troubleshooting the devices are explained....

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    Sales Training Video; Engaging a Home Care Key Decision Maker, 2011

    Andrea Easton, Manager of Referral Marketing plays the role of either an account or referral developer in speaking with a Home Care Key Decision Maker (KDM). The KDM is a real Clinical Director of a VNA & Hospice that offers Lifeline. The objectives of the meeting are provided in the video....

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    Shock: Signs, Symptoms, Treatment and Prevention

    This module describes how to recognize the signs and symptoms of shock and the treatment and prevention measures to reverse or slow the progression of this common, life-threatening condition. Applying basic patient care skills for handling cases of shock in the hospital or in other health care...

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    Stroke Pathogenesis, Awareness and Treatment - Nursing

    The aim of this tutorial is to provide a comprehensive overview on stroke. Heightened public awareness of the signs and symptoms of stroke is crucial to the current initiatives for primary and secondary prevention guided by the compendium of clinical data on modifiable risk factors for the...

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    Vascular Access in the Chronic Hemodialysis Patient

    The reusable vascular access is the hemodialysis patient's lifeline, allowing blood to be circulated to the dialyzer and returned to the patient. This module describes the three types of vascular access in use today: the ateriovenous (AV) graft, the arteriovenous (AV) fistula, and the venous...

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    Ventilation Monitoring in the Critically Ill Patient

    The purpose of this educational activity is to provide an overview of capnography monitoring in the management of critically ill patients.

    The Philips Healthcare Learning Center is approved by the California Board of Registered Nursing, Provider Number CEP 15050, for 2.0 Contact Hours....

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