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Obstetrical Nursing, Newborn Stabilization and Care
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directed by Jim Harrigan, fl. 2010-2015; produced by San Luis Obispo and Classroom Productions, in Obstetrical Nursing (Cypress, CA: Medcom, 2020), 22 mins
While most births occur naturally and without complication, some do not. By understanding basic newborn stabilization and care practices, the nurse can help to create a positive delivery outcome for her patients.After completing this course, the learner should be able to:• Discuss physiological changes that occu...
directed by Jim Harrigan, fl. 2010-2015; produced by San Luis Obispo and Classroom Productions, in Obstetrical Nursing (Cypress, CA: Medcom, 2020), 22 mins
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Combined Staged Telo-velar and Trans-choroidaI Approach to a Tumor of the Sylvian Aqueduct
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presented by Giuseppe Cinalli, fl. 2000; produced by Springer (London, England and Berlin State: Springer, 2019), 34 mins
The video describes the staged resection of a midbrain ganglioglioma growing into the sylvian aqueduct, bulging downward into the fourth ventricle and upward into the third ventricle. The lesion had been diagnosed and treated four years earlier in another institution, but the tumor grew over the time and the ped...
presented by Giuseppe Cinalli, fl. 2000; produced by Springer (London, England and Berlin State: Springer, 2019), 34 mins
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Multistage Surgical Resection of a Giant Pineal Tumor in an Infant
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presented by Giuseppe Cinalli, fl. 2000; produced by Springer (Berlin, Berlin State: Springer, 2019), 55 mins
The video describes the case of an infant referred by another foreign institution at the age of 11 months for surgical management of a giant pineal tumor resistant to chemotherapy. The child was diagnosed with pineal tumor and hydrocephalus at the age of 7 months. Ventriculoperitoneal shunt was implanted and micr...
presented by Giuseppe Cinalli, fl. 2000; produced by Springer (Berlin, Berlin State: Springer, 2019), 55 mins
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Patient Care in the NICU, Complications During and Immediately After Delivery
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directed by Sean Harrigan and Jim Harrigan, fl. 2010-2015; produced by Classroom Productions, in Patient Care in the NICU (Cypress, CA: Medcom, 2019), 24 mins

Most babies are born healthy and need no specialized interventions. However, about 10% of newborns do need assistance with breathing or admission to a NICU. This program examines the range of complications that may be present during or immediately after delivery. It begins with a discussion of preparation and init...

directed by Sean Harrigan and Jim Harrigan, fl. 2010-2015; produced by Classroom Productions, in Patient Care in the NICU (Cypress, CA: Medcom, 2019), 24 mins
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Patient Care in the NICU, Death of a Neonate
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directed by Sean Harrigan and Jim Harrigan, fl. 2010-2015; produced by Classroom Productions, in Patient Care in the NICU (Cypress, CA: Medcom, 2019), 17 mins

The neonatal period is between birth and 28 days of life. In the United States, about 19,000 newborns die each year. Healthcare professionals must be prepared to address this loss — both in themselves and in the family connected to the loss. This program addresses this difficult situation. First, decision making...

directed by Sean Harrigan and Jim Harrigan, fl. 2010-2015; produced by Classroom Productions, in Patient Care in the NICU (Cypress, CA: Medcom, 2019), 17 mins
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Patient Care in the NICU, Discharge Planning for the NICU Patient
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directed by Sean Harrigan and Jim Harrigan, fl. 2010-2015; produced by Classroom Productions, in Patient Care in the NICU (Cypress, CA: Medcom, 2019), 25 mins

This program explains that discharge planning for any inpatient actually begins at admission. For the NICU patient, the process is both challenging and complex. Before infants can be discharged, a number of physiologic milestones should be met. This program discusses general guidelines and specific criteria. A wid...

directed by Sean Harrigan and Jim Harrigan, fl. 2010-2015; produced by Classroom Productions, in Patient Care in the NICU (Cypress, CA: Medcom, 2019), 25 mins
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Patient Care in the NICU, Gestational Issues That Affect the Fetus
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directed by Sean Harrigan and Jim Harrigan, fl. 2010-2015; produced by Classroom Productions, in Patient Care in the NICU (Cypress, CA: Medcom, 2019), 26 mins

There are many complications that may occur during pregnancy and these may have adverse effects on the developing fetus. This program examines a number of these gestational issues including hyperemesis gravidarum, Rh negative disease, diabetes, pregnancy induced hypertension, a range of infections, and uterine com...

directed by Sean Harrigan and Jim Harrigan, fl. 2010-2015; produced by Classroom Productions, in Patient Care in the NICU (Cypress, CA: Medcom, 2019), 26 mins
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Patient Care in the NICU, Ongoing Care of the Compromised Infant
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directed by Sean Harrigan and Jim Harrigan, fl. 2010-2015; produced by Classroom Productions, in Patient Care in the NICU (Cypress, CA: Medcom, 2019), 25 mins

Neonates who require care in the NICU present unique challenges. This program provides a detailed overview of those challenges. It begins by describing the four major levels of NICU care. Next, specific areas of care are discussed including post resuscitative care, complications of resuscitation, feeding difficult...

directed by Sean Harrigan and Jim Harrigan, fl. 2010-2015; produced by Classroom Productions, in Patient Care in the NICU (Cypress, CA: Medcom, 2019), 25 mins
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Patient Care in the NICU, Pathologies in the NICU: Identification and Management
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directed by Sean Harrigan and Jim Harrigan, fl. 2010-2015; produced by Classroom Productions, in Patient Care in the NICU (Cypress, CA: Medcom, 2019), 19 mins

The fourth program in the NICU series presents identification and management of pathologies. It begins with an overview of respiratory pathologies and a discussion of a wide variety of specific challenges. The second area of presented focuses on cardiovascular anomalies. Common cardiac defects seen in the NICU are...

directed by Sean Harrigan and Jim Harrigan, fl. 2010-2015; produced by Classroom Productions, in Patient Care in the NICU (Cypress, CA: Medcom, 2019), 19 mins
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Vitrectomy for Coats Disease
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presented by Dr. Jonathan Sears, fl. 1992 and Dr. Joseph Boss, fl. 2010; produced by Springer (Berlin, Berlin State: Springer, 2019), 11 mins
Coats disease is a generally unilateral, non-hereditary condition associated with abnormal blood vessels. Depending on the severity of exudation, associated exudative retinal detachments can occur in which are often managed surgically. This video series is an overview of the surgical management of Coats disease as...
presented by Dr. Jonathan Sears, fl. 1992 and Dr. Joseph Boss, fl. 2010; produced by Springer (Berlin, Berlin State: Springer, 2019), 11 mins
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