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. You can learn and practice each skill in the simulation scenarios, and within each module you also get guidance with the demonstration video, explanatory text with illustrations, an anatomy section with 2D and 3D images, and a multi-choice quiz.
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This module teaches you how to prepare for and administer nebulizer treatment, assess peak flow and perform a spirometric test.
The Papanicolaou (Pap) smear is a test used to detect pre-cancerous and cancerous changes in the uterine cervix.
This module teaches you how to safely prepare for and perform the insertion of an intercostal drain, using the simple technique.
This module teaches you how to safely prepare for and perform the removal of an intercostal drain, using the mattress suture technique.
This module teaches you how to safely prepare for and perform the removal of an intercostal drain, using the simple technique.
This module provides a detailed overview of how to prepare for and perform irrigation of the patient’s ear and instill ear medication.
As a nurse or medical assistant in a doctor's office, you may be asked to assist with minor eye injuries or eye treatment.
Learn how to perform a lumbar puncture in a safe, non-risk space online.
Nasogastric (NGT) tube insertion is a common procedure that provides access to the stomach and can be uncomfortable for the patient if the procedure is not carried out correctly. Learn how to insert an NGT tube safely.
This module provides a detailed explanation of how to prepare for and obtain swabs for culture from the back of the throat and from wounds.
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.
A medical assistant may be responsible for setting up and performing electrocardiogram (EKG or ECG) testing.
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