Archive Videos

Stroke Educational Programming

Cardiology Perspectives: Effective Management of Cholesterol

Program no. MB-0926M, 120 minutes
John Kane, MD; Alan Chait, MD; John LaRose, MD; Tom Bersot, MD; Stephen G. Young, MD; Gustav Schoenfeld, MD; Virgil Brown, MD
Increasing awareness and importance of controlling cholesterol in patients with heart disease and other high risk individuals. Most recent NCEP guidelines for management of hypertension in adults.
$289.00 USD

Advances in the Prevention of Heart Attacks

Program no. MC-0229M, 90 minutes
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$249.00 USD

Recent Innovations in Cardiac Surgery: Partial Left Ventriculectomy in the Treatment of End-stage Heart Disease and Minimally Invasive Coronary Artery Bypass Surgery

Program no. MC-0823M , 270 minutes
Antonio M. Calafiore, MD; Randas Batista, MD; Tomas A. Salerno, MD
This program is designed for cardiologists and cardiovascular surgeons . A live surgical procedure is shown and leading cardiologists and surgeons discuss recent progress in the battle against heart disease.
$449.00 USD

Pre-Hospital Care for the Cardiac Patient

Program no. MC-1023E, 60 minutes
Michael Sayre, MD; Alan Mister, RN, EMT-P; Anthony Kramer, RN, BSN, EMT-P; Ronald Crafton, MD
Prehospital 12 lead electrocardiography, history and physical exam of chest pain patient, chest pain management in field and defribillation skills.
$209.00 USD

Innovations in Cardiac Surgery: Partial Left Ventriculectomy & the Use of LVADs

Program no. MD-0214M, 90 min.
Randas Batista, MD; O.H. Frazier, MD; Tomas A. Salerno, MD
This program is designed for cardiologists and cardiovascular surgeons involved in the care of patients with end-stage heart disease. This program features leading cardiologists and surgeons who will explore innovative approaches for dealing with patients with severe heart disease. The tape also includes footage from actual surgical procedures with step by step narration.
$249.00 USD

Current Perspectives in Management of Heart Failure: Left Ventricular Systolic Dysfunction

Program no. MD-0506N, 60 min.
Denise Drummond Hayes, MSN, RN, CCRN
Differentiate between heart failure secondary to left-ventricular systolic dysfunction and heart failure secondary to left-ventricular diastolic dysfunction; Describe the initial pharmacologic management for patients with heart failure in the setting of reduced left-ventricular systolic function; Discuss current AHCPR recommendations for patient and family education and counseling in reference to left - ventricular systolic dysfunction.
$209.00 USD

IV Therapy: Central Vascular Catheter

Program no. MD-0625N, 60 min.
Virginia Strootman, RN - Marijane Barbone, RN - Sue Masoorli, RN
The objectives of this program are to distinguish the three types of central vascular access devices, explain implementation of the appropriate nursing management of central vascular access devices, and articulate the rationale for central vascular access device nursing procedures. Specific topics include: Non-Tunneled Catheters; Tunneled Catheters; Implanted Ports
$209.00 USD

Improving Cardiovascular Risk

Program no. MD-0708, 60 min.
Robert B. Supernaw, PharmD; Mary J. Ferrill, PharmD; Sian Carr-Lopez, PharmD
Hyperlipidemia: Reducing Risk by Reducing Cholesterol; Should We Be Treating Patients With Medication?; Hypertension and Cardiovascular Risk: Will Controlling Blood Pressure Reduce the Risk?
$209.00 USD

Initial Assessment, Diagnosis & Management of the Acute Myocardial Infarction Patient

Program no. MD-1002N, 60 min.
Susan Simmons Holcomb, RN, MN, CCRN; Jan George, RN, BSN, CCRN; Mary Dugan Saxon, RN, MSN, CCRN
Identify typical and atypical patterns of chest pain in the acute myocardial infarction patient; Identify atpical heart rate and blood pressure presentations presenting with anterior wall vs. inferior wall myocardial infarction; Compare differences in presentation in patients with myocardial infarction who are male, young, female, elderly, and/or diabetic; State criteria for the diagnosis of myocardial infarction vs. 12-lead EKG; Identify the locations of common myocardial infarctions on the 12-lead EKG. Identify lab data currently being used to diagnose acute myocardial infarction and list immediate interventions for the patient. Identify situations in which interventional therapy may be the treatment of choice.
$209.00 USD

NEKG Interpretation

Program no. MD-1112, 60 min.
Terry Lea, RN, BSN; Sabrina Bodin, RN, BSN; Anna Banford, RN
Identify the location and placement of the12 EKG leads. Explain the difference in the 12 leads and understand the advantage of using a 12 lead EKG vs. the difference between facing and opposite leads. Relate EKG changes to Patient Care. Describe the basic to advanced EKG interpretation.
$209.00 USD

Advanced Cardiac Life Support

Program no. MD-1118N, 60 min.
Susan Holcombe, RN, CCRN, MN; Marlene Link, RN; Jan George, RN
Be able to assess patient before and after inventional treament; know the benefits of an endotracheal tube for airway control rather that bag/valve/mask or mask or mouth to mouth; list potential enhancers of transthoracic resistance; know the proper use of the automated-external defibrillator; learn the drugs and dosage for each algorithm, endotracheal tube, calculate continuous infusions, differentiate stable/unstable symptoms.
$209.00 USD

Women & Heart Disease

Program no. ME-0212N, 60 min.
Susan Simmons Holcomb, RN, MN, CCRN; Marlene Link, RN, MN; Jan George, RN, BSN, CCRN
Identify fixed versus modifiable risk for women who develop heart disease; State the differences between men and women undergoing diagnostic procedures such as exercise stress tests; List the differences in the outcomes of women vs. men under interventional cardiology procedures. Compare the presentation of signs and symptoms between men and women presenting to the Emergency Department with Ischemic-type chest pain; Identify differences between treatment modalities for men and women presenting to the Emergency Department with Ischemic-type chest pain.
$209.00 USD

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