Mosby's Physical Examination Video Series: DVD 11: Female Genitalia and Rectum, Version 2,
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This 14 minute video shows the steps needed to examine abdominal organs and structures, plus the proper use of equipment. With the patient supine, it demonstrates how to inspect, auscultate, palpate, and percuss the abdomen and how to locate findings within four quadrants or nine regions. With the patient seated, it presents fist percussion over the kidneys. The video shows expected findings in adults and ways to modify techniques and identify age-related findings in pediatric and geriatric patients. In addition, it identifies bowel sounds on auscultation as well as tympany and dullness on percussion.
- Animations and overlays demonstrate content and processes that cannot be shown on video (e.g., organs under the skin, lymph nodes, abdomen, pregnancy, transillumination of the sinuses, hydrocele, or scrotal cyst)
- A booklet is provided with each video, containing overviews and outlines, learning objectives, discussion topics, and review questions with answers
- Completely redone normal physical examination content
- Examination content is more fast-paced and streamlined for a more contemporary look
- More culture, age, and gender variations are featured to reflect a diverse population
- Lifespan considerations are depicted throughout, with variations in assessment for pediatric and geriatric patients
Henry M. Seidel, MD, Professor Emeritus of Pediatrics, The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, Baltimore, MD, Jane W. Ball, RN, DrPH, CPNP, DPNAP, Trauma Systems Consultant, American College of Surgeons, Gaithersburg, MD, Joyce E. Dains, DrPH, JD, RN, FNP-BC, FAANP, Associate Professor, Department of Nursing, The University of Texas; The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center, Houston, Texas and G. William Benedict, MD, PhD, Assistant Professor, Medicine, The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, Baltimore, MD