Dr. Bob DeMaria does a great job explaining blood pressure in this video. Find out about not only the main cause of high blood pressure, but also the risk factors involved in low blood pressure. He also mentions specific steps you can take to get your blood pressure back under control! http://www.ihealthtube.com
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See the written guide alongside the video here https://geekymedics.com/blood-pressure-measurement/ Download the app here: https://geekymedics.com/geeky-medics-app/ The ability to manually measure blood pressure is a key skill you'll be expected to demonstrate. Check out the Geeky Medics quiz platform, with over 700 free medical MCQs: https://geekyquiz.com Join the Geeky Medics community: Facebook http://www.facebook.com/geekymedics Instagram https://instagram.com/geekymedics Twitter at http://www.twitter.com/geekymedics Always adhere to your medical school/local hospital guidelines when performing examinations or clinical procedures. Do NOT perform any examination or procedure on patients based purely upon the content of these videos. Geeky Medics accepts no liability for loss of any kind incurred as a result of reliance upon the information provided in this video. Some people find this video useful for ASMR purposes. Check out our Geeky Medics merchandise on our store here https://teespring.com/en-GB/stores/geeky-medics-store Subscribe to our newsletter, to be the first to know about our latest content https://geekymedics.com/newsletter/
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Here are the blood pressure measurement guidelines. They constitute your blood pressure measurement technique checklist. Use them to get accurate blood pressure reading every time. Get affordable blood pressure machine or device here https://thedrjoe.com/visit/uk-amazon-blood-pressure-monitor This video represents your blood pressure measurement technique guideline on you tube. It is not a blood pressure measurement technique ppt (power point) presentation but a way to explain blood pressure measurement technique guidelines and checklist that are recent and will ensure you get reliable blood pressure readings. This video also applies to blood pressure measurement technique in pregnancy. Blood pressure measurement in pregnancy is no different from when a woman is not pregnant. The interpretation and implications of the result of pregnancy blood pressure readings may be different and assume different significance but the technique of blood pressure measurement both in pregnancy and outside of pregnancy are essentially the same. I should also point out that this is not a blood pressure measurement methods slideshare nor is it a list of approved mhra blood pressure measurement devices. https://www.webmd.com/hypertension-high-blood-pressure/default.htm https://www.acc.org/latest-in-cardiology/articles/2017/11/08/11/47/mon-5pm-bp-guideline-aha-2017 http://www.heart.org/en/health-topics/high-blood-pressure https://www.bupa.co.uk/health-information/heart-blood-circulation/high-blood-pressure-hypertension https://www.nhs.uk/conditions/high-blood-pressure-hypertension/causes/ http://www.bloodpressureuk.org/BloodPressureandyou/Thebasics/Yourlifestyle https://www.bhf.org.uk/informationsupport/risk-factors/high-blood-pressure I have not displayed blood pressure measurement chart here in this video and it is because the main purpose of this video is to demonstrate blood pressure measurement technique and to show how you can get reliable, accurate blood pressure measurement in mmhg. Hope you enjoy the video. Follow Dr Joe on Twitter https://twitter.com/thedrjoe Follow Dr Joe on facebook https://www.facebook.com/thedrjoe/
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After watching this video, test your skills with a practice activity! Go to http://www.alliedhealthtools.com Intended audience: Allied Health Students Note: Using headphones is highly recommended for this video to pick up the low frequency sounds. This video teaches students to: • Identify and interpret the graduation markings on an aneroid sphygmomanometer dial. • Determine systolic and diastolic blood pressure by reading the dial and listening to Korotkoff sounds.
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SPT Mary assessing blood pressure and rate of perceived exertion (RPE).
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Learn principles of invasive and non-invasive arterial pressure monitoring, including factors that influence the appearance of the pressure waveform in arterial circulation. Please visit: www.openpediatrics.org OPENPediatrics™ is an interactive digital learning platform for healthcare clinicians sponsored by Boston Children's Hospital and in collaboration with the World Federation of Pediatric Intensive and Critical Care Societies. It is designed to promote the exchange of knowledge between healthcare providers around the world caring for critically ill children in all resource settings. The content includes internationally recognized experts teaching the full range of topics on the care of critically ill children. All content is peer-reviewed and open access-and thus at no expense to the user. For further information on how to enroll, please email: email@example.com Please note: OPENPediatrics does not support nor control any related videos in the sidebar, these are placed by Youtube. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.
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Biometrix's Disposable Pressure Transducer Sets for Critical Care - Accurate and consistent readings - Easy, safe, ergonomic and convenient - Color coded pressure lines - Patient or pole mounted - Dual function flush device (3cc or 30cc per hour flow rates) Biometrix's blood sampling closed system ensures safe and accurate blood sampling1, prevents blood loss2 and minimizes cross contamination risks.
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Blood pressure readings won't mean anything unless you know how to interpret the blood pressure numbers. Learn more about what blood pressure numbers mean with tips from a doctor in this free health video. Expert: Dr. Robin Terranella Bio: Dr. Robin Terranella has a medical degree from Bastyr University and has trained at Wu Hsing Tao Acupuncture School. Filmmaker: Dustin Daniels
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Taking a patient's blood pressure is one of the most commonly performed tasks in clinical practise and is also a very important tool in assessing a patient. We show you how to take a blood pressure reading with confidence! By Karan Rajan and Edited by Khalil Begg
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Blood pressure readings are typically placed into four categories, including normal, pre-hypertension, stage one hypertension and stage two hypertension. Learn about blood pressure readings, including systolic and diastolic pressure, with tips from a licensed dietitian in this free video on health and nutrition. Expert: Christine Marquette Bio: Christine E. Marquette is a registered and licensed dietitian with the Austin Regional Clinic in Austin, Texas. Filmmaker: Todd Green
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It gives most accurate and beat to beat information. piezoelectric effect explained clearly.
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Blood pressure is an indicator of how well blood is pumping around the body. Changes in blood pressure after cardiac surgery could indicate a problem with the heart. Watch this video to learn how to measure blood pressure, how to interpret the numbers and what to do if the blood pressure is outside of the normal range. Disclaimer ---------- Information provided in this text, email, web post or any other electronic format or in hard copy, is not medical advice. The information is not intended to guide any medical decisions. The information is solely to provide practical advice to persons helping a friend or family member at home after being in a hospital for illness, injury, delivering a baby or surgery. If you have any questions about what assistance you can or should provide to the friend or family member, consult the person’s physician. NOORA makes no guarantee or promise that the practical advice provided will help the person or not cause harm to the person. ----------
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A visual explanation of the ankle brachial pressure index can assess the severity of atherosclerosis in patients with peripheral vascular disease. I love creating resources to help medical students with their studies. Why not have a look at some of the other resources available: Website: www.zerotofinals.com Notes: www.zerotofinals.com/learn Multiple Choice Questions: www.zerotofinals.com/test Instagram: www.instagram.com/zerotofinals/ Book: www.zerotofinals.com/themedicinemanual Facebook: www.facebook.com/zerotofinals Twitter: https://twitter.com/zerotofinals
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A blood pressure reading typically reflects the reading when a heart beat is initially heard until the heart beat sounds go away. Find out how to interpret a non-invasive blood pressure manually with help from an EMT in this free video on blood pressure. Expert: Brian Luscomb Bio: Brian Luscomb is an EMT at the City of Humble Fire Department in Texas. Filmmaker: Kevin Haberer
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Please visit: www.openpediatrics.org OPENPediatrics™ is an interactive digital learning platform for healthcare clinicians sponsored by Boston Children's Hospital and in collaboration with the World Federation of Pediatric Intensive and Critical Care Societies. It is designed to promote the exchange of knowledge between healthcare providers around the world caring for critically ill children in all resource settings. The content includes internationally recognized experts teaching the full range of topics on the care of critically ill children. All content is peer-reviewed and open access-and thus at no expense to the user. For further information on how to enroll, please email: firstname.lastname@example.org Please note: OPENPediatrics does not support nor control any related videos in the sidebar, these are placed by Youtube. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause. Interpreting Central Venous Pressure Waveforms, by Dr. James DiNardo. Hi. My name is Jim DiNardo. I'm a Professor of Anesthesia at Harvard Medical School and one of the Cardiac ICU attendings here at Children's Hospital Boston. I'm going to talk now about our central venous pressure trace and the kind of information that we can get from a central venous pressure trace, and also about how a central venous pressure trace is generated and what implications that has. So again, it's important to remember that when we're measuring a CVP, we are in fact measuring a pressure in the central circulation, so in the superior vena cava or in the right atrium, depending on where the tip of the catheter is. But in fact, what's happening is this pressure is a consequence physiologically of volume changes in the superior vena cava or the right atrium in the setting of the compliance of those two systems. What we see here when we look at a CVP trace, we see a volume moving in and out of the right atrium or the superior vena cava being represented as a pressure here. This pressure -- we're going to talk about this trace as one bead of the central venous pressure. You can see that there's a couple of waves here. So this first wave on the upstroke here is known as the A wave. And you can see that is actually occurring - we can see with the simultaneous A line trace - as a late event in diastole. So here is end diastole in the arterial blood pressure traced right before the onset of systole. And if we look up here at the EKG, that same interval corresponds with the atrial contraction of the EKG. So this is an end diastolic event. And what this represents-- this is the pressure generated in the right atrium or the superior vena cava when the atrium contracts in a late diastole. And that is the pressure that's generated. And that pressure is a consequence of the volume of blood that's moving into the atrium and the compliance of the atrium. So you can imagine a circumstance where, if you have a very compliant right atrium, even if you have a lot of volume moving in with the atrial contraction, the A wave is not going to be very big. By the same token, if I have a very non-compliant right atrium, a very young patient, and I have a lot of volume moving - and let's say they've been given a big volume infusion - and I have a very forceful atrial contraction, I'm going to see a big A wave here. The next part of this CVP waveform is a C wave. You can see with a simultaneous A line trace that the C wave of occurs during the onset of ventricular systole. And if we look up here at the EKG, that same time interval corresponds to the R wave. What the C wave represents is bowing of the tricuspid valve back into the right atrium during systole such that there is a transient decrease in the atrial compliance and an increase in atrial pressure. During tachycardia, the C wave commonly becomes merged with the A wave. And under those circumstances, it's almost impossible to differentiate the A and the C waves. This little down slope is known as the x descent. And the x descent actually represents-- we're going to be talking about systole now here. See, now we're under the systolic portion of the arterial line trace and we're into the QRS of the EKG. And it also represents a combination of factors. It represents the atrium relaxing. And as a consequence of that, the tricuspid valve apparatus is descending towards the apex of the ventricle. And that, in turn, results in the formation of this x descent. Now, the next thing we see here is the V wave. And every human being that has a CVP line in has a V wave. The V wave is a late systolic event. You can see with the simultaneous A line trace that the V wave is occurring during late systole. And again, if we look up here at the EKG, this interval corresponds to the T wave of the EKG.
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High blood pressure or hypertension is a problem that many people have, no matter their gender or age. Usually, there aren’t any symptoms but sometimes people experience vomiting, headaches, short breath, nausea or blurry vision. You must treat hypertension on time because it can lead to various different health problems like stroke, kidney damage, atherosclerosis, heart problems or heart attack. HERE ARE SOME VALUES FOR NORMAL BLOOD PRESSURE ACCORDING TO THE AGE. MEN: 20 years old – 123/76 20 to 30 – 126/79 30 to 40 – 129/81 40 to 50 – 135/83 50 to 60 – 142/85 Over 70 – 142/80 WOMEN: 20 years old – 116/72 20 to 30 – 120/75 30 to 40 – 137/84 40 to 50 – 137/84 50 to 60 – 144/85 Over 70 – 159/85 Watch this video about blood pressure:
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Greetings my fellow Nurses, today Im going to discuss Arterial lines with their Pressure Transducer and reasons for Art Line use in critical care. So arterial catheter connected to a pressure transducer are used for real time blood pressure (systolic, diastolic, mean and pulse pressure. The reason patients need this are for specific conditions like * Labile blood pressure * Anticipation of haemodynamic instability * Titration of vasoactive drugs * Frequent blood sampling * Morbid obesity (unable to fit an appropriately sized NIBP cuff) Don't forget that the Arterial line other than blood pressure can be used for * pulse rate and rhythm * effects of dysrhythmia on perfusion * ECG lead disconnection * continuous cardiac output using pulse contour analysis * specific wave form morphologies might be diagnostic * tamponade & also for pulse pressure variation (suggests fluid responsiveness) COMPLICATIONS to assess my fellow nurse brothers and sisters are the 5 P’s -Pulselessness -Pallor -Pain -Paresthesia -Paralysis ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Don't Forget to Follow NurseMendoza & P.L.A.N ✌🏽️Peace ❤️Love 🗣Advocate 😷NURSEpiration ------- Thank you for watching this video my fellow nurses, student nurses and aspiring nurses. I hope that you keep up with the daily videos I post on the channel, subscribe, and share your learnings with those that need to hear it. Your comments are my oxygen, so please take a second and say ‘Hey’ 😉. ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Subscribe to my VIP Newsletter for exclusive content and weekly giveaways here at https://www.Cardiacstrong.care ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 📱Facebook:https://m.facebook.com/NURSEpiration/ 📸Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/nursemendoza/?hl=en 📽Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/user/NurseMendoza 🐤Twitter: https://twitter.com/youtubeNurse?ref_src=twsrc%5Egoogle%7Ctwcamp%5Eserp%7Ctwgr%5Eauthor 👻Snapchat: https://www.snapchat.com/add/nursemendoza1 📸IG:CardiacStrong: http://instagram.com/cardiacstrong 📸IG:NURSEpiration: http://instagram.com/nursepiration ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- #Nursemendoza #Proverbs30 #NURSEpiration #CardiacStrong #Pulmonary #CardiacStrong #Nursing #School #Visionary #NurseGrind #CCRN #StimulateYourBrain #medsurg #tattednurse #Books #patho #nursingbooks #careplans #cna #lvp #Nursemendoza #NURSEpiration #Pulmonary #CardiacStrong #Nursing #School #Visionary #rn #NurseGrinding #NurseHustle #NurseGang #nurseonduty #scrubsmag #nurse #nurselife #Medical #LaRaza #Anatomy #Nursing #nurse #Proverbs30 #CVICU #ICU #ER #PACU #TELE #surgery #Ob&Gyn #Nursing #Newborn #Infant #RN #ObgynNursing #Medical #NewLife #L&D #obstetrics #gynecology #NursingStudent #StudentNurse #NURSEpiration #Nursing #RN #Medical #N #StudentNurse #emergency #NURSEspiration #NurseGrinding #vision #Plan ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Disclaimer: No content contained herein is meant to be representative of our or any other institution. The opinions expressed in this video on this channel are not necessarily of those hospitals where I work, or their affiliated institutions. The views expressed on this channel and/or in the videos on this channel do not represent medical advice- if you have specific medical concerns please contact your doctor. In order to protect patient privacy all patient identifiers in all videos have been deleted or altered. The views expressed on this channel and/or on the videos on this channel are opinions.
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A detailed look at the all important ratio between systemic and pulmonary artery pressures. When the ratio's good (say, 5 systemic to every 1 pulmonary), then you have a good Starling curve. When the ratio's bad (say 2 systemic to 1 pulmonic) then the Starling curve is bad
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Finally, the ABG explained in an easy to understand way! If you want to learn this lab test once and for all, check out this awesome video! 01:22 Introduction to the basics. 07:57 ABG Components and normal values 13:21 Interpretation of the numbers 14:51 Examples of acid-base disorders 18:44 Knowledge challenge questions! Good luck in school!! In this video about the arterial blood gas lab, the ABG, I'm gonna start with an introduction to the basic concepts about an ABG, and then, I will talk about the components individually and their normal values, followed by how to interpret the numbers or the interpretation of the ABG. Then, I'll give you some examples and we'll finish off with some knowledge challenge questions. All right, let's do it! So, the first thing I want to point out, guys, is that an ABG is an Arterial Blood Gas test. So, why is that important? Basically because most of the time in the clinic or the urgent care or ER, your access point to the patient is an IV, an intravenous line, not an arterial line. So, while you could pull blood from that IV and send it to the lab, the results that you got back would be a VBG, not an ABG, okay? And it's for that reason that most often times, the ABG is used in critical care settings, like an ICU or somewhere like that where a team has come in and gotten arterial access, which is more difficult than venous access. In less critical settings, like the clinic, the pulse oximetry is used more frequently, just because it's less invasive by far, it's faster, and definitely cheaper. An ABG is important because it gives us an idea about what's dissolved in the blood and also, for acid-base homeostasis. This is important because our bodies are extremely sensitive to swings in the pH. One of the most important things that could happen is denaturing of proteins. Now, that doesn't mean that they're gonna completely unfold. It just means that they're not going to function like they should and you're just gonna feel miserable. It's for this reason that our pH in our bodies is highly, highly regulated and that's done by two main systems, the respiratory system and the renal system, which I cover in this lecture. If you want to learn a little bit more about buffering agents, check out one of the links in the YouTube cards. The first thing that I want to talk about is the respiratory system and I think it's pretty easy to understand why the respiratory system has a big effect on the amounts of gasses dissolved in my blood and the reason is because hey, I mean, these are my lungs. They deal with gases all day long, right? But what about the pH? Why do the lungs have an effect on the pH? And the answer to that is found in carbon dioxide. You see, carbon dioxide, when dissolved in the blood, is able to transform or shift to carbonic acid, which is the same thing that you see in a fizzy soda pop. It's the fizz, it's the dissolved carbon dioxide, which turns into acid and then can re-express from the liquid in a gas form. So, if I decrease the amount of carbon dioxide in my blood, then I decrease the amount of carbonic acid and you can taste that in a soda pop. If a soda pop has been sitting out for a long time and has lost all its fizz, it tastes really too sweet and the reason is, is because it's not counterbalanced by that acidic taste, which kind of neutralizes the sweetness. So, if I were to hyperventilate, (huffing in and out) for a minute or two, I would ventilate off or degas my blood of carbon dioxide and therefore, decrease the amount of carbonic acid and then therefore, increase the pH or make my blood more alkalotic. The converse is also true. If I stop breathing for a period of time, I can increase the acidity or decrease the pH of my blood and this is a pretty fast response. If I were to hyperventilate for a few minutes, you would be able to notice a difference in the pH of my blood. It happens pretty quickly. Now, all of this applies to an ABG with the term, respiratory compensation and what that means is, let's say that I have a disease process in my body that's causing my blood to be too acidic. Well, normal physiology, the respiratory compensation would be for me to breathe faster. This happens automatically. It's normal physiology. I would breathe faster to degas or ventilate off carbon dioxide and that would decrease the amount of carbonic acid and bring my pH closer to normal, okay? And again, that's a fast process. This is normal physiology and it's called respiratory compensation and we'll talk a little bit more about it later on, okay? Let's move on. The second system that I want to talk about that's important for the ABG is the renal system. The renal system can change the amount of dissolved substances in the blood by how much the nephrons retain or secrete those molecules of interest and in this case, for pH, we're interested in bicarbonate and hydrogen ions.
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The results from home blood pressure machines are important. Learn how to read and interpret blood pressure results with tips from a Certified Medical Assistant in this free health video. Expert: Taylor Smith Bio: Taylor Smith, CMA, is a multifaceted Certified Medical Assistant. Filmmaker: Doug Craig
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Want to closely monitor your blood pressure level? Would you like to do it even when you’re at home? Introducing OMRON HEM-JPN2 Blood Pressure Monitor, For easy interpretation of blood pressure readings.It uses Bio-information sensing technology for Accuracy, Comfort and Ease of use. - Fully automatic - Personalised inflation level, no pain and discomfort - Quick deflation release valve for speedy measurement - Clear & large LCD display for easy reading - User friendly operation with large button Find out more here: https://seniorcare.com.sg/shop/living-aids/monitoring/omron-hem-jpn2-upper-arm-cuff-blood-pressure-monitor/ Use code “welcomesc” for $5 off $50 Music: http://www.bensound.com/royalty-free-music
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Explains what is normal blood pressure and how to interpret your blood pressure readings to make sure that your blood pressure is within the normal range according to the latest guidelines for blood pressure control. You can find the post for this video at: https://doctablet.com/medicine/cardiology/hypertension/normal-blood-pressure/ Please visit Doctablet for more topics that will supplement the information you see in this video: https://doctablet.com/ Also! You can ask questions related to this topic, we enjoy answering questions, it helps us get feedback and gives us material for future videos. ALSO!, most important! Subscribe to our YouTube Channel! It means the world to https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCiGhz8d21xvPWs7FgLx2sMFA/?sub_confirmation=1
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What is AUSCULTATORY GAP? What does AUSCULTATORY GAP mean? AUSCULTATORY GAP meaning - AUSCULTATORY GAP definition - AUSCULTATORY GAP explanation. Source: Wikipedia.org article, adapted under https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/ license. SUBSCRIBE to our Google Earth flights channel - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC6UuCPh7GrXznZi0Hz2YQnQ An auscultatory gap is a period of diminished or absent Korotkoff sounds during the manual measurement of blood pressure. The improper interpretation of this gap may lead to blood pressure monitoring errors: namely, an underestimation of systolic blood pressure and/or an overestimation of diastolic blood pressure. In order to correct for an auscultatory gap the radial pulse should be monitored by palpation. It is therefore recommended to palpate and auscultate when manually recording a patient's blood pressure. Typically the blood pressure obtained via palpation is around 10 mmHg lower than the pressure obtained via auscultation. In general, the examiner can avoid being confused by an auscultatory gap by always inflating a blood pressure cuff to 20-40 mmHg higher than the pressure required to occlude the brachial pulse. There is evidence that auscultatory gaps are related to carotid atherosclerosis and to increased arterial stiffness in hypertensive patients, independent of age. Another cause is believed to be venous congestion within the limb that is being used for the measurement. Although these observations need to be confirmed prospectively, they suggest that auscultatory gaps may have prognostic relevance.
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What Blood Pressure Numbers and Measurement Mean Explained Simply by Dr.Sal : systolic, diastolic, blood pressure measurement, and what is a normal blood pressure.
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Do you know how to interpret the blood pressure readings? This video explains different cutoffs to categorize blood pressure readings and what actions need to be taken. -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Please watch: "10 Tips for Setting & Sticking to Your Health Resolutions" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8uuJv5PvXOM -~-~~-~~~-~~-~-
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A VERY USEFUL book in EKG: (You are welcome!! ) http://amzn.to/2iFs135 (This includes interventions for identified arrhythmias) http://amzn.to/2icnQrg (Kindle Edition, a cheaper option) But if you feel like spending for a more comprehensive book, then here you go. (You are welcome!!) https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/0912912065/ref=as_li_tl?ie=UTF8&tag=mint0d6-20&camp=1789&creative=9325&linkCode=as2&creativeASIN=0912912065&linkId=c575797ce4d68040ad397510d36387c4 Hello fellow nurses and nursing students! You are watching an educational video about a quick and easy method to interpret EKG/ECG. In this video, you will learn about: (1) The Conduction System of the Heart (2) The Inherent Heart Rates of the Conduction System (3) The Basic EKG Diagram and EKG Paper/Strip, and (4) The 6-Step Method for EKG Interpretation This book provides a quick but detailed information about reading EKG. You are welcome. :) https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/0912912065/ref=as_li_tl?ie=UTF8&tag=mint0d6-20&camp=1789&creative=9325&linkCode=as2&creativeASIN=0912912065&linkId=c575797ce4d68040ad397510d36387c4 Subscribe to our channel to get more nursing contents: https://www.youtube.com/c/MagicinNursingTeam?sub_confirmation=1 Share this video: https://youtu.be/FThXJUFWUrw Disclaimer: The information in this video is a general compilation of different nursing books. This video is not intended to replace information you have obtained from school or your facility. Refer to your facility's policies and procedures for specific guidelines.
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This video showcases several community health centers' work to implement self-measured blood pressure monitoring (SMBP) programs in their clinics. The health centers provided blood pressure monitors to their at-risk patients for use at home as part of a project funded by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
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