This category includes procedures that junior doctors, nurses and other health professionals may need to perform, from nasogastric tube insertion and urinary bladder catheterization, to central venous catheterization and arterial line insertion.
Learn and practice each skill in the simulation scenarios, and test your skill level in the test mode simulator. Within each module you also have a demonstration video, explanatory text with illustrations and key terms, an applied anatomy section with 2D and 3D images, and a multi-choice quiz to test your theory knowledge.
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Arterial line placement is often used in the management of critically ill patients for continuous blood pressure monitoring and to allow frequent blood gas sampling.
This module teaches you how to safely prepare for and insert a central venous catheter into the jugular vein.
Central venous catheterization is a common procedure carried out in a hospital setting and is used for a variety of reasons including intravenous administration of specific drugs, parenteral nutrition, hemodialysis, and to aid in the diagnosis of cardiac failure.
This module teaches you how to safely prepare for and perform a digital block of the fingers.
This module teaches you how to safely prepare for and perform the insertion of an intercostal drain, using the mattress suture technique.
This module teaches you how to safely prepare for and perform a lumbar puncture.
This module covers how to prepare for and perform safe and correct methods for blood collection, using the vacuum collection technique and evacuated tube method.
Venous cannulation is used for intravenous administration of fluids, drugs, parenteral nutrition, or radio opaque contrast media; also, to allow frequent or repeated blood sampling.
Learn how to prepare for, perform, and document safe and correct techniques using capillary puncture.
This module covers how to prepare for and administer nebulizer treatment, assess peak flow and perform a spirometric test.
Learn the process of obtaining pediatric vital signs, covering body temperatures, pulse rates, respiratory rates, and blood pressures.
A pediatric assessment is carried out as part of a well-child visit to determine growth and developmental patterns, and assists in identifying congenital problems, abnormalities, and disorders.
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