An introductory video explaining how to manually measure blood pressure. In this video, we are sharing with you the auscultatory method of determining systolic and diastolic arterial pressures. The cuff is placed above the antecubital artery and the cuff is above the upper arm. The stethoscope is placed near the antecubital artery and no sound will be hear when there is enough pressure to close off the artery. When the pressure is slowly released, the sound of blood jetting through the vessel by the vibrations of the wall is called the Korotkoff sounds. The first sound is also the systolic pressure. The diastolic pressure is when a muffled quality occurs. Please note that the sound is often overestimated because sound can still be heard even after deflation of the cuff. This method is not 100% accurate but will give values within the 10% range. This information was written in the Textbook of Medical Physiology by Guyton and Hall. **Disclaimer: we are not medical professionals.
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How to Take a Blood Pressure Measurement. Part of the series: Blood Pressure & Cholesterol. A blood pressure measurement needs to be taken with an arm cuff that fits properly, and it's also important that the person hasn't smoked over the last 30 minutes. Discover the importance of keeping the arm at heart height when having blood pressure measured with help from a board-certified medical doctor in this free video on blood pressure measurements. Read more: http://www.ehow.com/video_5238879_blood-pressure-measurement.html
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How to Calibrate a Blood Pressure Cuff. Part of the series: Blood Pressure & Cholesterol. In order to calibrate a blood pressure cuff, there isn't much that needs to be done, as calibration is not an aspect of machines that measure blood pressure. Learn about different ways of measuring blood pressure with help from a board-certified medical doctor in this free video on calibrating blood pressure cuffs. Read more: http://www.ehow.com/video_5238878_calibrate-blood-pressure-cuff.html
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A demonstration of measuring and recording blood pressure as outlined in the South Carolina Nurse Aide Candidate Handbook, July 2012 edition. Gonzo-style video filmed and produced by RHM Photography, LLC -- Contact at email@example.com
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Learn about placing arterial pressure monitoring catheters, including indications, contraindications, equipment, and procedural techniques. 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. Hi, my name is Jim DiNardo. I am an associate professor of anesthesia at Harvard Medical School and I’m one of the cardiac anesthesiologists and cardiac ICU attendings here at Children's Hospital Boston. We are going to be talking about arterial pressure monitoring today, specifically placement of arterial pressure monitoring catheters. Indications: The indications for placing an arterial line include patients who require continuous blood pressure monitoring, such as those who: are hemodynamically unstable, require vasoactive agents or active volume resuscitation, or in whom non-invasive blood pressure monitoring is unreliable or unobtainable. Patients who require significant respiratory support and need frequent lab sampling, including regular arterial blood gases. But these indications must be weighed against the potential risks: infection, trauma to the artery, potential thrombosis, hematoma. Contraindications: Some healthcare providers would refrain from performing this procedure in patients with: infection at the insertion site, traumatic injury proximal to the insertion site, inadequate collateral circulation of the extremity indicated by a failed Allen’s test. Complications: The complications that you may observe include: infection, trauma to the artery, thrombosis. Equipment: You will need the following equipment to perform the procedure: arm board, tape, chlorhexadine prep solution, arterial catheter, guidewire (we must make sure that the guidewire fits through the catheter), T-connector, sterile occlusive dressing, sterile gloves, sterile towels, transducer system, saline flush.
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2 - 5 - 2.4b Assessing Blood Pressure Demonstration (11-05).mp4 The vital signs – heart rate, blood pressure, body temperature, respiration rate, and pain – communicate important information about the physiological status of the human body. In this six-week course we explore the anatomy and physiology underlying the vital signs so that you will develop a systematic, integrated understanding of how the body functions. Relevant body systems are reviewed including cardiovascular and respiratory, followed by explanations of how the function of these systems affects vital signs. We discuss normal ranges, normal variants, and the mechanisms that underlie changes in the objective measurement of vital signs. The course also includes demonstrations of appropriate techniques for measuring vital signs in yourself and others. https://youtu.be/VeNio_99xY4?list=PL1wqxQAeV6UB8ne3k7xX-M4LN6XBF8JzO
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This step-by-step instructional video will demonstrate the proper way to measure and record the blood pressure, which is one component of measuring a patient's vital signs. This skill is demonstrated according to current Florida CNA exam standards and includes counting for one full minute. This skill is used in CNA, RN and LPN training. Additional resources can be found at 4YourCNA.com. Order your blood pressure kit from http://www.4yourcna.com/kit Enroll in our online program for practice tests, online workbook, instructional videos, supply kits and our step by step skills booklet to give you the skills you need to pass the FL CNA state exam! 4YourCNA.com - For ALL your CNA needs! http://allcnas.com/
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Rachel McMillen, senior nursing lecturer at the University of South Wales, demonstrates how to perform a manual blood pressure measurement using an aneroid sphygmomanometer. Find out more about our nursing courses at the University of South Walest: http://www.southwales.ac.uk/nursing
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A how to video for the 6 vital signs: pain, temperature ,pulse, respirations, blood pressure, and oxygen saturation There are multiple scales used for pain, whichever one you use, make sure you explain it to the client. Pain is whatever the client says it is. The tympanic and rectal sites for temperature are both about half a degree higher than oral and axillary(armpit) temperature is about half a degree cooler than oral temp. The 'normal' temperature range is between 36 and 38 degrees Celcius. this vary's based on age, time of day... The sites for pulse shown in this video in order of appearance are radial, brachial, carotid and pedal. The radial and pedal pulses, among others, are used to assess peripheral(away from the center of the body, eg. the limbs) circulation. The apical pulse is auscultated (listening to sounds produced within the body) with a stethoscope in the fifth intercostal space about 2 inches from the sternum. The thumb has a pulse so if it is used in assessing a clients pulse you can mistake your own pulse for the clients. Too much pressure can obliterate the artery and with too little pressure you will not be able to feel the pulse. A 'normal' adults pulse should be between 60 and 100 beats per minute. Below 60 bpm is known as bradycardia and above 100 bpm is tachycardia. As you gain experience in counting respirations you may be able to combine this skill with another. A good time can be during temperature or pulse. You may be able to simply observe the movement of the chest or stomach instead of placing your hand on the client. It is best if the client is unaware you are counting respirations. Most adults take between 12 and 20 breaths per minute. When using the two step method wait a minute or so before doing the second step to prevent inaccurate readings. The palpated blood pressure should be done once a shift to make sure you are taking an accurate blood pressure and to prevent causing your client unnecessary discomfort. The width of the cuff should be 40 percent of the arm circumference and the bladder should cover 2/3rds of the limbs circumference. An improperly sized cuff will mean inaccurate readings. Blood pressure ideally should be below 120/80. Make sure the client is not wearing nail polish when assessing oxygen saturation, it will prevent the machine from getting an accurate reading. O2 saturation should be between 95 and 100 percent. palpation-examination of the body using touch, Berman, A., Snyder, S.J.,Kozier, B., Erb, G.L. (2008). Health Assessment. Fundamentals of Nursing, 30, 568-571. Berman, A., Snyder, S.J.,Kozier, B., Erb, G.L. (2008). Vital Signs. Fundamentals of Nursing, 29, 527-561.
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Buy now from StressNoMore.co.uk and receive 10% off your order using Gift Code YTOFFER in your basket. This high quality Blood Pressure Monitor from Beurer is great value for money and so simple to use. So whether your GP has recommended you keep a check on your blood pressure at home, or you’re the ‘sporty type’ wanting to monitor your fitness level this is great for you. Beurer BM44 Upper Arm Blood Pressure Monitor is available from StressNoMore.co.uk: http://www.stressnomore.co.uk/beurer-bm44-upper-arm-blood-pressure-monitor-82159.html
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How to take a blood pressure. Blood pressure is a basic skill. It should be practiced as much as possible. Arizona Medical Training Institute provides updated skills training videos to all its currents students at no extra cost. Check us out at http://azmti.com
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Blood Pressure Monitor. Easy and precise self-measurement of your blood pressure with your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch. Plugs in perfectly to your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch. Created for iOS devices, just plug in and press to launch the measurement. Simple. BPM as easy as ABC It's simple. All you need to do is to wrap the Blood Pressure Monitor around your arm and plug it into your iOS device. Choose between one single measurement or a mean average \(based on your doctor's advice\) and get instant visibility of your systolic, diastolic blood pressure and heart rate. Your results are saved automatically on your iOS device. No need to worry about manually updating your data. Your history, on hand Keeping an eye on your blood pressure trend is crucial. The free Withings app displays your results in clear graphs, always to hand. Keep your doctor aware Make the most of your Blood Pressure Monitor - email your measurements history to your doctor in a tap. An easy way to stay healthy and get peace of mind. Graphs on the go At home or away, you can browse, zoom and get averages of your blood pressure data in a single place. See your stats on your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch as well as on your private account; home or office, Mac or PC. It's always backed up, so you won't lose your history. Keeping track of timeBack to top It is important to keep track of the time of day when your reading was taken. The Withings app lets you view your am and pm readings separately; so you only compare what you need to. Stay in sync Share your results from the relaxed environment of your home - straight to your doctor. Just push a button on the Withings app to send an update and seek advice. Personal Health Records If you use Microsoft® HealthVault™ or one of our 60 partners \(including over 15 that provide blood pressure management\) you can activate synchronisation so that all your records are in one place. Many ways to share Joining a group or community to get more motivation and support is a great idea; use your favourite social networks with the Facebook or Twitter option. Learn more on our blog: http://blog.withings.com/en/ Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/Withings Like our Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/withings Check out our Pinterest boards: http://pinterest.com/withings/
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View how this skill should look when performing for the Florida CNA State Exam. View to proper way to measure and record respirations, which is one component of measuring a patient's vital signs. Respiration is the act of breathing. One complete cycle (breath in and breath out) counts as one respiration. This skill is demonstrated according to current Florida CNA exam standards and includes counting for one full minute. This skill is one of the 21 testable skills on the Florida State CNA exam and is also used in RN and LPN training. This lesson is part of our FREE online CNA Test Prep program, located on courses.4YourCNA.com. This online course goes WAY beyond our YouTube videos! Featuring interactive lessons, videos, activities, practice questions, testing care plans and test-specific checklists, this course will prepare you for the CNA exam! And it's FREE! Enroll today! Additional resources can be found at 4YourCNA.com. Get additional resources such as practice tests, online workbook, instructional videos, supply kits and our step by step skills booklet to give you the skills you need to pass the FL CNA state exam! 4YourCNA.com - For ALL your CNA needs!
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Symptoms of Heart Blockage. Part of the series: Blood Pressure & Cholesterol. Common symptoms of heart blockage, or a heart attack, are severe pressure in the chest, pain in the jaw, neck and arm, shortness of breath, nausea and sweating. Discover the importance of seeing a doctor about symptoms of heart blockage with help from a board-certified medical doctor in this free video on heart blockage. Read more: http://www.ehow.com/video_5238877_symptoms-heart-blockage.html
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If you have borderline or high blood pressure or if you are already taking blood pressure pills you should have a home blood pressure monitor to help keep track of your condition. HeartSmartMD co-founder, author and board certified cardiologist Dr. Matt DeVane reviews the importance of working with your doctor to control your BP-even at home. Learn much more at www.HeartSmartMD.com
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Manual Blood Pressure Kit - http://amzn.to/2bJnNlh Step 1 - Choose the right gear: What you will require: 1. A quality stethoscope 2. A fittingly measured circulatory strain sleeve 3. A circulatory strain estimation instrument, for example, an aneroid or mercury segment sphygmomanometer or a robotized gadget with a manual swell mode. Step 2 - Prepare the patient: Make beyond any doubt the patient is casual by permitting 5 minutes to unwind before the main perusing. The patient ought to sit upright with their upper arm situated so it is level with their heart and feet level on the floor. Evacuate abundance garments that may meddle with the BP sleeve or contract blood stream in the arm. Make certain you and the patient cease from talking amid the perusing. Step 3 - Choose the best possible BP sleeve size: Most estimation blunders happen by not taking an ideal opportunity to pick the correct sleeve size. Wrap the sleeve around the patient's arm and utilize the INDEX line to figure out whether the patient's arm outline falls inside the RANGE region. Something else, pick the fitting littler or bigger sleeve. Step 4 - Place the BP sleeve on the patient's arm: Palpate/find the brachial supply route and position the BP sleeve so that the ARTERY marker focuses to the brachial corridor. Wrap the BP sleeve cozily around the arm. Step 5 - Position the stethoscope: On the same arm that you put the BP sleeve, palpate the arm at the antecubical fossa (wrinkle of the arm) to find the most grounded heartbeat sounds and place the ringer of the stethoscope over the brachial supply route at this area. Step 6 - Inflate the BP sleeve: Begin pumping the sleeve knob as you listen to the beat sounds. At the point when the BP sleeve has sufficiently expanded to stop blood stream you ought to hear no sounds through the stethoscope. The gage ought to peruse 30 to 40 mmHg over the individual's ordinary BP perusing. In the event that this quality is obscure you can blow up the sleeve to 160 - 180 mmHg. (On the off chance that heartbeat sounds are heard immediately, swell to a higher weight.) Step 7 - Slowly Deflate the BP sleeve: Begin emptying. The AHA suggests that the weight ought to fall at 2 - 3 mmHg every second, anything quicker may likely result in a mistaken estimation. * Step 8 - Listen for the Systolic Reading: The primary occurence of musical sounds heard as blood moves through the supply route is the patient's systolic weight. This may look like a tapping commotion at first. Step 9 - Listen for the Diastolic Reading: Continue to listen as the BP sleeve weight drops and the sounds blur. Note the gage perusing when the musical sounds stop. This will be the diastolic perusing. Step 10 - Double Check for Accuracy: The AHA suggests bringing a perusing with both arms and averaging the readings. To check the weight again for exactness hold up around five minutes between readings. Normally, pulse is higher in the mornings and lower in the nights. In the event that the pulse perusing is a worry or covered or white coat hypertension is suspected, a 24 hour circulatory strain study might be required to evaluate the patient's general circulatory strain profile. Check out other helpful nursing videos How to take Blood pressure - https://youtu.be/gtzry5NtQ1A what is a Barium enema - https://youtu.be/QIbKO6KsSJ0 How to draw blood - https://youtu.be/VCDjy4NBVl0 Answering an NCLEX question - https://youtu.be/ZBCw0BnrabQ Donning PPE - https://youtu.be/dNhg8l44YDA Nursing Delegation NCLEX review - https://youtu.be/Pfh-EqFp19A Maslow Made Easy - https://youtu.be/Vhv-pA83SP8 Maslow - https://youtu.be/pG-GO_h9ugE COPD Nclex Review - https://youtu.be/ddqE5ObB_DU Taking Vital Signs part 1 - https://youtu.be/cOeTnQvJWTc Easy EKG - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E0KhmEmMlLs Head To Toe Assessment - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0VGr3LPXin0 Nursing Physical Assessment - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oHNmbLbI4V8 MUST KNOW NCLEX lab Values - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GOuNxlzFeGY The Best NCLEX test Taking Tips - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eUpgr54bJ_Q Super Easy Fluid and Electrolytes - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QzVrBWiDQKw Head to Toe Physical Assessment Part 1 - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MgwpyYRGyb0 Erik Erikson's Stages Development - https://youtu.be/hHqNe7oSdQw
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Learn how you can monitor your blood pressure at home. This video will show you how to do so with clear, step-by-step instructions. +++ This video is brought to you by SingHealth, the largest healthcare & hospital group in Singapore. Health Videos: http://www.youtube.com/singaporehealth Health Information: http://www.healthxchange.com.sg Singapore Health Website: http://www.singhealth.com.sg Subscribe to be notified of new health videos: http://youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=singaporehealth
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View how this skill should look when performing for the Florida CNA State Exam. View to proper way to wash a bed-bound patient from face to waist (front and back), as well as viewing how to properly clean and store your supplies. The Florida CNA Exam requires cleaning only one arm. This skill is one of the 21 testable skills on the Florida State CNA exam and is also used in RN and LPN training. This lesson is part of our FREE online CNA Test Prep program, located on courses.4YourCNA.com. This online course goes WAY beyond our YouTube videos! Featuring interactive lessons, videos, activities, practice questions, testing care plans and test-specific checklists, this course will prepare you for the CNA exam! And it's FREE! Enroll today! Additional resources can be found at 4YourCNA.com. Get additional resources such as practice tests, online workbook, instructional videos, supply kits and our step by step skills booklet to give you the skills you need to pass the FL CNA state exam! 4YourCNA.com - For ALL your CNA needs!
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Learn the skills of taking Temperature pulse and respiration from the Arizona Medical Training Institute. At the Arizona Medical Training Institute we train certified nursing assistants, phlebotomists, assisted living caregivers, and medical laboratory assistants. Get more info at http://azmti.com
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Learn about how hypertension can cause damage to the large/middle sized arteries as well as the small arteries and arterioles. Rishi is a pediatric infectious disease physician and works at Khan Academy. Created by Rishi Desai. Watch the next lesson: https://www.khanacademy.org/science/health-and-medicine/circulatory-system-diseases/hypertension/v/hypertension-effects-on-the-heart?utm_source=YT&utm_medium=Desc&utm_campaign=healthandmedicine Missed the previous lesson? https://www.khanacademy.org/science/health-and-medicine/circulatory-system-diseases/hypertension/v/hypertension-symptoms-and-categories?utm_source=YT&utm_medium=Desc&utm_campaign=healthandmedicine Health & Medicine on Khan Academy: No organ quite symbolizes love like the heart. One reason may be that your heart helps you live, by moving ~5 liters (1.3 gallons) of blood through almost 100,000 kilometers (62,000 miles) of blood vessels every single minute! It has to do this all day, everyday, without ever taking a vacation! Now that is true love. Learn about how the heart works, how blood flows through the heart, where the blood goes after it leaves the heart, and what your heart is doing when it makes the sound “Lub Dub.” About Khan Academy: Khan Academy is a nonprofit with a mission to provide a free, world-class education for anyone, anywhere. We believe learners of all ages should have unlimited access to free educational content they can master at their own pace. We use intelligent software, deep data analytics and intuitive user interfaces to help students and teachers around the world. Our resources cover preschool through early college education, including math, biology, chemistry, physics, economics, finance, history, grammar and more. We offer free personalized SAT test prep in partnership with the test developer, the College Board. Khan Academy has been translated into dozens of languages, and 100 million people use our platform worldwide every year. For more information, visit www.khanacademy.org, join us on Facebook or follow us on Twitter at @khanacademy. And remember, you can learn anything. For free. For everyone. Forever. #YouCanLearnAnything Subscribe to Khan Academy’s Health & Medicine channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC1RAowgA3q8Gl7exSWJuDEw?sub_confirmation=1 Subscribe to Khan Academy: https://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=khanacademy
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The Becoming Center's annual Senior Fitness Testing Day is a free, fun event held in May in celebration of National Senior Health and Fitness Day and recognition of Older Americans Month. The Becoming Center is a member of the Liberty Lutheran Family of Services, on the campus of Artman in Ambler. Becoming Center members and participants from the community visited various stations where they were tested and measured for height and weight, blood pressure and heart rate, leg strength, arm strength, endurance, leg flexibility, shoulder range of motion, balance, mobility and fall risk. The Senior Fitness Test is a way for the Becoming Center's trained professionals to obtain valuable information about a person's physical abilities, so we can better help you lead a healthy lifestyle. Participants will be given a copy of their results, which includes explanations of each tests and recommendations on how to improve their scores. Thank you to everyone who participated this year! www.becomingcenter.org
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Arizona Medical Training Institute trains the most CNAs in the state of Arizona with the highest pass rates. See why at http://azmti.com Taking a correct blood pressure is an Arizona State board of Nursing testable skill.
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http://bit.ly/2qSTXnF If you develop High blood pressure, also called hypertension, is dangerous because it makes the heart work harder to pump blood out to the body and contributes to hardening of the arteries, or atherosclerosis, to stroke, kidney disease, and to the development of heart failure. So, this is advisable to you should regularly monitor you blood pressure in order to get proper medical treatment. Choosing a home blood pressure monitor The American Heart Association recommends an automatic, cuff-style, bicep (upper-arm) monitor. Wrist and finger monitors are not recommended because they yield less reliable readings. Choose a monitor that has been validated. If you are unsure, ask your doctor or pharmacist for advice. When selecting a blood pressure monitor for a senior, pregnant woman or child, make sure it is validated for these conditions. Make sure the cuff fits — measure around your upper arm and choose a monitor that comes with the correct size cuff.
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How to complete one of the SC State Board exam skills for performing modified passive range of mothion (PROM) for one shoulder. Gonzo-style video filmed and produced by RHM Photography, LLC -- Contact at email@example.com
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P.A.D. occurs when plaque builds up in the arteries, causing them to harden and narrow, which is also known as atherosclerosis. Dr. Steven B. Laster, Board Certifies Interventional Cardiologist with Cardiovascular Consultants of St. Luke's Mid America Heart Institute, explains what causes P.A.D. and what steps you can take to prevent it. Peripheral arterial disease refers to blockages away from the heart due to fatty build up or atherosclerosis. P.A.D. is often referred to with regards with lower extremity P.A.D. which involves blockages in the arteries in the leg. P.A.D will often have no symptoms, however, one symptom is Claudication. Claudication is discomfort n the calf muscle or hip that occurs while walking. This occurs when muscles do not get enough blood due to a lack of oxygen and begin aching. In severe cases, patients can risk loosing their lower extremities due to this lack of blood flow. Some of the risk factors of P.A.D. are smoking, diabetes, high cholesterol, high blood pressure, and a family history of vascular disease. One important reason for being screened for P.A.D is that it can help to determine if you have atherosclerosis, a body wide process of plaque build up. P.A.D can be diagnosed very easily, by simply feeling the pulses within the leg. There is also a test called the Ankle Brachial Index (ABI) which measure the ratio of blood pressure in your legs compared to your arm. Other tests that can be done include MRIs, Color Duplex Ultrasonography, Peripheral CTA, and Magnetic Resins Antigrams (MRA). The most important way to treat P.A.D. includes the elimination of smoking and lowering of cholesterol. In order to treat Claudication you should immediately begin a walking program. If necessary, a patient maybe offered to undergo angioplasty or stenting in order to open up the blockage in the artery in the leg. In some cases, bypass surgery can be performed if angioplasty and stenting is not possible. For more information go to www.cardiotabs.com
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This video depicts one of the skills required to pass the SC Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) board. The demonstration of this skill is based on the steps in the July, 2012 Pearson Vue South Carolina Nurse Aide Candidate Handbook. This particular skill is that stated as, "Give Modified Bed Bath (Face and One Arm, Hand and Underarm)." Gonzo-style video filmed and produced by RHM Photography, LLC. Contact at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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