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Clinical Procedures for Health Professions is the ideal multi-professional learning resource covering basic and advanced clinical procedures commonly encountered by practitioners and suited for both students and clinicians. Each procedure is discussed in terms of rationales, evidence-based indications, contraindications, potential complications, special considerations, and step-by-step procedural instructions. The format is clear and organized, allowing students to fully grasp the most important elements of each procedure. The accompanying Navigate 2 Advantage Access features 50 videos illustrating the procedures identified in the text.
• Aseptic technique
• Nasogastric tube placement
• Urinary bladder catheterization
• IV insertion
• Arterial puncture
• Blood cultures
• Electrocardiogram tracing
• Pulmonary function testing
• Wound closure and management
• Casting and splinting
• Local anesthesia
• Dermatologic procedures
• Gynecological procedures
• Chest tube insertion and removal
• Arterial line insertion and removal
• Central line insertion and removal
• Lumbar puncture
• Swan Ganz line insertion and removal
• Endotracheal intubation
• Ventilator management
Each topic is comprehensively broken down into sections including:
- Evidence-based Indications
- Potential Complications
- Special Considerations
- Step-by-step Procedural Instructions
- Video Tutorials: 50 videos presenting more than 34 clinical procedures
Features & Benefits
Instructor Resources: Lecture Outlines in PowerPoint format, Instructor’s Manual
Student Resources: Each new copy of the text includes an access code to Navigate 2 Advantage Access, featuring 50 videos and interactive features.
Health Care Skills
Advanced Airway Management Manual resuscitation bag connected to an oxygen source/Two-handed Ambu Bag Technique To effectively ventilate the patient, a tight seal between the face and resuscitation mask is needed. The provider should hold the mask tightly over the patient’s mouth and nose with the left hand and use the right hand to squeeze the resuscitation bag (Figure 21-3). If it is challenging to effectively ventilate the patient, a two handed technique can be used to hold the facemask (Figure 21-4) but a second provider is needed to squeeze the resuscitation bag. For more information see the text and/or eBook: Clinical Procedures for Health Professionals by Nina Multak (Jones & Bartlett Learning 2017) http://www.jblearning.com/catalog/9781284032413/
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