cover image - Mosby's Nursing Video Skills - Student Version DVD,4th Edition
ISBN: 9780323088633
Imprint: Mosby
List Price: $165.00

Mosby's Nursing Video Skills - Student Version DVD,4th Edition

by Mosby
cover image - Mosby's Nursing Video Skills - Student Version DVD,4th Edition
ISBN: 9780323088633
Imprint: Mosby
List Price: $165.00
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With high-definition videos demonstrating how to perform nursing procedures, Mosby's Nursing Video Skills provides up-to-date, step-by-step instructions for the most important nursing skills. Printable procedure checklists and interactive screens of required equipment make it easier to learn and remember skills, and new animations show what’s happening inside the patient’s body. For each skill, NCLEX exam-style review questions help you assess your knowledge.

    • 130 skills are demonstrated step by step, including over 11 hours of video.
    • Procedure videos clearly and accurately demonstrate how to perform each skill, and include printable procedure guidelines.
    • Checklists in PDF format are included for each skill.
    • A consistent format for each skill provides easy access to information:
      • Safety includes key safety considerations for the specific skills.
      • Delegation clarifies the RN’s role and the tasks that may be assigned to other personnel.
      • Equipment features a hot-spot photo of all equipment required for a procedure, identifying each piece when rolled over by the cursor.
      • Documentation provides guidelines and examples of what and how to document care as well as the patient’s response.
      • Follow-up care outlines appropriate assessment, evaluation, and interventions.
      • NCLEX exam-style review questions for each skill include rationales for all options to help you review and evaluate your comprehension.
    • New Blood Therapy section in the Advanced Skills DVD includes three new skills: Preparing for Transfusion, Initiating Transfusion, and Monitoring for Adverse Reaction to Transfusion.
    • NEW! Audio of lung sounds and cardiac sounds makes it easier to learn the measurement of respirations and the pulse.
    • NEW! Animations are included for skills in which much of the action is unseen, such as catheterization, intubation, and suctioning.
    • New Making a Surgical Bed skill is added to the Basic Skills DVD.
  • Basic Skills

    Basic Infection Control

    Performing hand hygiene

    Using Personal Protective Equipment


    Performing a complete and partial bed bath

    Assisting with a tub bath or shower

    Performing back massage

    Performing perineal care for the female patient

    Performing perineal care for the male patient


    Making the unoccupied bed

    Making the occupied bed

    NEW! Making the surgical bed

    Safe Patient Handling

    Assisting with moving a patient in bed

    Assisting with positioning a patient in bed

    Transferring from bed to wheelchair using a transfer belt

    Transferring from bed to a stretcher

    Performing passive range-of-motion exercises

    Applying elastic stockings

    Assisting with ambulation using a gait belt

    Using a sequential compression device

    Using a hydraulic lift

    Assisting with Elimination

    Assisting with a urinal

    Assisting with a bedpan

    Applying a condom catheter

    Administering a cleansing enema

    Providing catheter care

    Nutrition & Fluids

    Assisting with meals

    Taking aspiration precautions

    Measuring intake and output

    Personal Hygiene & Grooming

    Performing oral hygiene for an unconscious patient

    Cleaning dentures

    Performing hair care and shampooing in bed

    Shaving a male patient

    Performing nail and foot care

    Assisting with gown change

    Vital Signs

    Taking a temperature

    Assessing radial pulse

    Assessing apical pulse

    Assessing apical-radial pulse

    Assessing respiration: rate, rhythm, and effort

    Obtaining blood pressure by the one-step method

    Obtaining blood pressure by the two-step method

    Measuring oxygen saturation with pulse oximetry

    Assessing pain

    Measuring height and weight

    Restraints and Alternatives

    Using restraint alternatives

    Applying restraints

    Intermediate Skills

    Infection Control

    Establishing & maintaining sterile field

    Adding items to a sterile field

    Pouring a sterile solution

    Using a pre-packaged sterile kit

    Performing sterile gloving

    Enteral Nutrition

    Inserting a nasogastric tube

    Providing enteral feedings

    Removing a feeding tube

    Ostomy Care

    Pouching a colostomy

    Pouching a ureterostomy

    Respiratory Care and Suctioning

    Ensuring oxygen safety

    Setting oxygen flow rates

    Applying a nasal cannula or face mask

    Maintaining an airway

    Providing tracheostomy care

    Performing oropharyngeal suctioning

    Performing nasotracheal suctioning

    Suctioning an artificial airway

    Preoperative Nursing Care

    Performing a preoperative assessment

    Promoting family support and participation

    Teaching postoperative exercises and pain management

    Preparing a patient for surgery

    Postoperative Nursing Care

    Providing postoperative care

    Managing pain

    Managing a nasogastric tube

    Specimen Collection

    Collecting a midstream urine specimen

    Performing fecal occult blood testing

    Performing gastroccult and gastric pH testing

    Collecting a sputum specimen

    Collecting a specimen for wound culture

    Performing blood glucose testing

    Screening urine for chemical properties

    Urinary Catheter Management

    Inserting an indwelling urinary catheter in a female patient

    Inserting an indwelling urinary catheter in a male patients

    Irrigating a urinary catheter

    Performing intermittent straight catheterization

    Obtaining a sterile urine specimens

    Removing indwelling urinary catheter

    Caring for suprapubic catheter

    Wound and Pressure Ulcer Care

    Assessing wounds

    Irrigating wounds

    Changing a dressing

    Using wound drainage systems

    Caring for pressure ulcers

    Advanced Skills

    Safe Medication Administration

    The Six Rights of Medication Administration

    Administering oral medication

    Documenting medication administration

    Handling variations in medication administration

    Preventing medication errors

    Use of specialty medication administration systems

    Nonparenteral Medications

    Applying topical medications

    Applying an estrogen patch or nitroglycerin paste

    Administering eye medications

    Administering eardrops

    Use of metered-dose inhaler (MDI)

    Use of dry powder inhaler (DPI)

    Insertion of rectal suppository


    Preparing injections from an ampule

    Preparing injections from a vial

    Preparing insulin

    Drawing up more than one type of insulin

    Administering an intradermal injections

    Administering a subcutaneous injections

    Administering an intramuscular injections

    Administering Intravenous Fluid Therapy

    Preparing an infusion site

    Performing venipuncture and initiating infusion

    Dressing infusion site

    Troubleshooting intravenous infusions

    Discontinuing intravenous therapy

    Managing Intravenous Fluid Therapy

    Regulating intravenous infusions

    Using an infusion pumps

    Changing intravenous tubing and fluids

    Changing intravenous dressings

    Intravenous Medications

    Administering medication by intravenous piggyback

    Administering medications by mini-infusion pump

    Administering medications by intravenous bolus

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