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Respiratory signs and symptoms [videorecording] /
[presented by] Blanchard & Loeb Publishers, LLC.
imprint
[Secaucus, N.J.?] : Blanchard & Loeb Publishers, c2001.
description
1 videocassette (33 min.) : sd., col. ; 1/2 in. + 1 self-test (23 p.).
ISBN
1930138199, 9781930138193
format(s)
Videocassette
Holdings
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series title
series title
imprint
[Secaucus, N.J.?] : Blanchard & Loeb Publishers, c2001.
isbn
1930138199
9781930138193
credits note
Clinical director, Cindy Tryniszewski.
general note
Approved for 2 contact hours CE credit.
catalogue key
6808381
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Summaries
Main Description
"Nurse's Assessment Video Series help nurses perform more rapid and accurate assessments of the serious signs and symptoms regularly encountered in patients. Typical problems--abdominal pain, crackles, chest pain, dyspnea, fever, and many others--are identified and thoroughly explored.
Main Description
This video will show you how to recognize respiratory signs and symptoms, such as adventitious breath sounds and dyspnea; identify their likely causes; and provide prompt and effective nursing care. In just 30 minutes, you'll learn: ~h where to listen for bronchial, bronchovesicular, and vesicular breath soundsXand what these sounds mean ~h how to accurately assess diaphragmatic excursion, chest expansion, and vocal resonance ~h how pneumonia can produce coarse crackles, whispered pectoriloquy, bronchophony, and egophony ~h how to distinguish between crackles and other adventitious sounds, such as sonorous wheezes ~h what it can mean when a patient with dyspnea develops an accentuated pulmonic heart sound, or P2 ~h how to tell if your patient has a pleural friction rub or a pericardial friction rubXand what this finding could mean ~h Learn how to recognize respiratory signs and symptoms, such as adventitious breath sounds and a cough; what these findings can tell you about your patient's underlying condition; and how to provide prompt and expert nursing care.
Main Description
This video will show you how to recognize respiratory signs and symptoms, such as adventitious breath sounds and dyspnea; identify their likely causes; and provide prompt and effective nursing care. In just 30 minutes, you'll learn: ?h where to listen for bronchial, bronchovesicular, and vesicular breath sounds?Xand what these sounds mean ?h how to accurately assess diaphragmatic excursion, chest expansion, and vocal resonance ?h how pneumonia can produce coarse crackles, whispered pectoriloquy, bronchophony, and egophony ?h how to distinguish between crackles and other adventitious sounds, such as sonorous wheezes ?h what it can mean when a patient with dyspnea develops an accentuated pulmonic heart sound, or P2 ?h how to tell if your patient has a pleural friction rub or a pericardial friction rub?Xand what this finding could mean ?h Learn how to recognize respiratory signs and symptoms, such as adventitious breath sounds and a cough; what these findings can tell you about your patient's underlying condition; and how to provide prompt and expert nursing care.
Main Description
This video will show you how to recognize respiratory signs and symptoms, such as adventitious breath sounds and dyspnea; identify their likely causes; and provide prompt and effective nursing care. In just 30 minutes, you'll learn: „h where to listen for bronchial, bronchovesicular, and vesicular breath sounds¡Xand what these sounds mean „h how to accurately assess diaphragmatic excursion, chest expansion, and vocal resonance „h how pneumonia can produce coarse crackles, whispered pectoriloquy, bronchophony, and egophony „h how to distinguish between crackles and other adventitious sounds, such as sonorous wheezes „h what it can mean when a patient with dyspnea develops an accentuated pulmonic heart sound, or P2 „h how to tell if your patient has a pleural friction rub or a pericardial friction rub¡Xand what this finding could mean „h Learn how to recognize respiratory signs and symptoms, such as adventitious breath sounds and a cough; what these findings can tell you about your patient's underlying condition; and how to provide prompt and expert nursing care.
Unpaid Annotation
This video will show you how to recognize respiratory signs and symptoms, such as adventitious breath sounds and dyspnea; identify their likely causes; and provide prompt and effective nursing care. In just 30 minutes, you'll learn: h where to listen for bronchial, bronchovesicular, and vesicular breath sounds¡Xand what these sounds mean h how to accurately assess diaphragmatic excursion, chest expansion, and vocal resonance h how pneumonia can produce coarse crackles, whispered pectoriloquy, bronchophony, and egophony h how to distinguish between crackles and other adventitious sounds, such as sonorous wheezes h what it can mean when a patient with dyspnea develops an accentuated pulmonic heart sound, or P2 h how to tell if your patient has a pleural friction rub or a pericardial friction rub¡Xand what this finding could mean h Learn how to recognize respiratory signs and symptoms, such as adventitious breath sounds and a cough; what these findings can tell you about your patient's underlying condition; and how to provide prompt and expert nursing care.
Unpaid Annotation
This video will show you how to recognize respiratory signs and symptoms, such as adventitious breath sounds and dyspnea; identify their likely causes; and provide prompt and effective nursing care. In just 30 minutes, you'll learn: "h where to listen for bronchial, bronchovesicular, and vesicular breath sounds!Xand what these sounds mean "h how to accurately assess diaphragmatic excursion, chest expansion, and vocal resonance "h how pneumonia can produce coarse crackles, whispered pectoriloquy, bronchophony, and egophony "h how to distinguish between crackles and other adventitious sounds, such as sonorous wheezes "h what it can mean when a patient with dyspnea develops an accentuated pulmonic heart sound, or P2 "h how to tell if your patient has a pleural friction rub or a pericardial friction rub!Xand what this finding could mean "h Learn how to recognize respiratory signs and symptoms, such as adventitious breath sounds and a cough; what these findings can tell you about your patient's underlying condition; and how to provide prompt and expert nursing care.

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