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Advancements in Managing Gout
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(Films Media Group, 2009), 27 mins, 27 page(s)
This DVD discusses gout, which is the most common inflammatory arthritis among men, explains that the condition causes painful and disabling episodes, and emphasizes that inadequate treatment can lead to chronic disability and a documented loss in quality of life.
(Films Media Group, 2009), 27 mins, 27 page(s)
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Aging Populations
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(Films Media Group, 2005), 30 mins, 30 page(s)
Featuring a case study of East Devon, this DVD examines issues surrounding an aging population in the U.K. It explores the changing dependency ratio, looks at the ways in which governments, NGOs, and individuals are meeting associated challenges, and considers the increasing strain on healthcare, transportation, h...
(Films Media Group, 2005), 30 mins, 30 page(s)
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Anatomy: Functional Body Systems
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(Films Media Group, 2009), 27 mins, 27 page(s)
Explaining that numerous systems enact complex and important processes to keep the human body functioning, this DVD explores the skeletal, muscular, cardiovascular, respiratory, and nervous systems. It offers detailed diagrams and illustrative animations.
(Films Media Group, 2009), 27 mins, 27 page(s)
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Antibiotics: The Double-Edged Sword
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(Films Media Group, 2003), 53 mins, 53 page(s)
This DVD traces the history of antibiotics, considers their overuse and highlights the first case of VRSA.
(Films Media Group, 2003), 53 mins, 53 page(s)
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Braindamadg’d Take Two: A Case Study in Recovery
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(Films Media Group), 51 page(s)
This DVD follows the recovery of Paul Nadler after a car accident left him severely brain damaged. It shows how he defied prognoses to return to a physical and creative lifestyle and explores his ongoing difficulties with concentration, memory, impulse control, and speech. For mature audiences.
(Films Media Group), 51 page(s)
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Cancer-Causing Agents
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(Films Media Group, 2007), 25 mins, 25 page(s)
This program examines the environmental dimension of the fight against cancer and presents ways to reduce the cancer risks in one’s surroundings.
(Films Media Group, 2007), 25 mins, 25 page(s)
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Cells, Tissues, and Skin
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(Films Media Group, 2009), 22 mins, 22 page(s)
This program describes cell characteristics and cell function and shows how cells combine to form structures. It looks at tissues and human skin and covers such topics as passive and active transport, cytoplasm, and the cell cycle.
(Films Media Group, 2009), 22 mins, 22 page(s)
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Conflict Management in Healthcare: Understanding the Nature of Conflict
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(Films Media Group, 2009), 20 mins, 20 page(s)
This program explores conflict management in the aged-cared environment. It defines conflict, looks at conflict resolution, and details behaviors that elicit resistance and those that encourage cooperation. VEA.
(Films Media Group, 2009), 20 mins, 20 page(s)
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Convenient Cuisine
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(Films Media Group, 2006), 35 mins, 35 page(s)
This DVD examines the rise of factory-processed food and considers the impact of this trend on diet and cooking skills. The program explains how prepackaged meals help perpetuate a hectic lifestyle and features a case study that highlights the dangers of high-sodium, high-fat frozen dinners.
(Films Media Group, 2006), 35 mins, 35 page(s)
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Dangerous Infections
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(Films Media Group, 2008), 30 mins, 30 page(s)
This program provides guidelines for patients to follow when prescribed an antibiotic. It also examines ways that patients can lower their risk of contracting a nosocomial infection.
(Films Media Group, 2008), 30 mins, 30 page(s)
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