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Intravenous Therapy: Basics and Venipuncture (2016)
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produced by Jon Frank, fl. 2014-2016 (Cypress, CA: Medcom, 2016), 26 mins
Over 90% of hospital patients receive intravenous therapy, including medication, nutrition, electrolytes, and blood. These life-giving fluids are administered through an I.V. and can mean the difference between life and death for a patient. Updated with a new look and feel, and the latest venipuncture practices, t...
produced by Jon Frank, fl. 2014-2016 (Cypress, CA: Medcom, 2016), 26 mins
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Mission Critical, Animal Therapy Case Study - Carol
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produced by Mission Critical Health, in Mission Critical (Wellington, FL: Mission Critical Health, 2016), 6 mins
An Animal Therapy case study: From Tragedy to Inspiration.
produced by Mission Critical Health, in Mission Critical (Wellington, FL: Mission Critical Health, 2016), 6 mins
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Mission Critical, Human-Animal Interaction and the Role of Oxytocin
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produced by Capital Media Group, in Mission Critical (Wellington, FL: Mission Critical Health, 2016), 3 mins
News Report: Human - animal interactions: possible role of oxytocin.
produced by Capital Media Group, in Mission Critical (Wellington, FL: Mission Critical Health, 2016), 3 mins
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Pathophysiology, Cardiac Pathology, Part 1
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directed by Jon Frank, fl. 2014-2016; produced by Medcom, in Pathophysiology (Cypress, CA: Medcom, 2016), 25 mins
The human heart is amazing. It beats over 100,000 per day and pumps 15 gallons of blood throughout the body every minute. Yet it is not infallible, and even today, with the emphasis on a heart-healthy life that encompasses a low-carbohydrate, low-salt, low-cholesterol, and fat diets, as well as routine exercise, h...
directed by Jon Frank, fl. 2014-2016; produced by Medcom, in Pathophysiology (Cypress, CA: Medcom, 2016), 25 mins
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Pathophysiology, Cardiac Pathology, Part 2
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directed by Jon Frank, fl. 2014-2016; produced by Medcom, in Pathophysiology (Cypress, CA: Medcom, 2016), 15 mins
The human heart is amazing. It beats over 100,000 per day and pumps 15 gallons of blood throughout the body every minute. Yet it is not infallible, and even today, with the emphasis on a heart-healthy life that encompasses a low-carbohydrate, low-salt, low-cholesterol, and fat diets, as well as routine exercise, h...
directed by Jon Frank, fl. 2014-2016; produced by Medcom, in Pathophysiology (Cypress, CA: Medcom, 2016), 15 mins
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Pathophysiology, Immune System Responses
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directed by Jon Frank, fl. 2014-2016; produced by Medcom, in Pathophysiology (Cypress, CA: Medcom, 2016), 20 mins
An understanding of basic pathophysiology — the study of the processes and mechanisms of disease in the body and the accompanying functional changes that result — is a foundational skill for healthcare professionals in any setting. But there is one body system that affects all the others: the immune system. Th...
directed by Jon Frank, fl. 2014-2016; produced by Medcom, in Pathophysiology (Cypress, CA: Medcom, 2016), 20 mins
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Pathophysiology, The Immune System
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directed by Jon Frank, fl. 2014-2016; produced by Medcom, in Pathophysiology (Cypress, CA: Medcom, 2016), 13 mins
An understanding of basic pathophysiology — the study of the processes and mechanisms of disease in the body and the accompanying functional changes that result — is a foundational skill for healthcare professionals in any setting. But there is one body system that affects all the others: the immune system. Th...
directed by Jon Frank, fl. 2014-2016; produced by Medcom, in Pathophysiology (Cypress, CA: Medcom, 2016), 13 mins
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Pathophysiology, The Vascular System
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directed by Jon Frank, fl. 2014-2016; produced by Medcom, in Pathophysiology (Cypress, CA: Medcom, 2016), 26 mins

OVERVIEW: The adult human has about six quarts of blood that move through the vasculature in his or her body three times per minute, a circuit that is equal to 12,000 miles. That is four times the distance from the California shore to the beaches of the East Coast of the United States.

This program describes disor...

directed by Jon Frank, fl. 2014-2016; produced by Medcom, in Pathophysiology (Cypress, CA: Medcom, 2016), 26 mins
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Preventing Medication Errors, Part 1, Preventing Medication Errors Part 1: General Recommendations for System-Wide Change (2016)
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presented by Bill Rogers, fl. 2001; produced by Jon Frank, fl. 2014-2016, in Preventing Medication Errors, Part 1 (Cypress, CA: Medcom, 2016), 23 mins
One of the most common types of medical errors are errors involving medication. Fortunately, prevention measures have been shown to be greatly effective in reducing medication errors. This is the first in a 3-part series that focuses on medication errors and strategies that can be implemented to prevent their occu...
presented by Bill Rogers, fl. 2001; produced by Jon Frank, fl. 2014-2016, in Preventing Medication Errors, Part 1 (Cypress, CA: Medcom, 2016), 23 mins
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Preventing Medication Errors, Part 2, Preventing Medication Errors Part 2: Sources of Errors and Basic Safety Practices (2016)
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presented by Bill Rogers, fl. 2001; produced by Jon Frank, fl. 2014-2016, in Preventing Medication Errors, Part 2 (Cypress, CA: Medcom, 2016), 24 mins
Medication errors are the most common form of medical mistake. This second program in a 3-part series will define the different events that may result from drug-related errors and identify the common sources of these mistakes. In addition, the eight rights of medication administration, which are the foundation fo...
presented by Bill Rogers, fl. 2001; produced by Jon Frank, fl. 2014-2016, in Preventing Medication Errors, Part 2 (Cypress, CA: Medcom, 2016), 24 mins
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