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  • 2014From: ClinicalKey
    [edited by] John A. Herring.
    Continuing the tradition of excellence that began in 1972, this latest edition of Tachdjian's Pediatric Orthopaedics offers the detailed visual guidance and unmatched expertise you need to effectively diagnose and treat pediatric musculoskeletal disorders. Extensive updates offer you the latest knowledge on etiology, imaging, differential diagnosis, and non-operative and surgical techniques for a wide range of pediatric orthopaedic conditions. Access expert guidance on difficult diagnostic and clinical management issues for your most challenging cases. Perfect your technique with the visual guidance of nearly 2,500 full-color illustrations and 60 videos of pediatric surgical procedures, including a number that highlight clinical examination and unusual clinical findings.
  • 2017From: ClinicalKey
    [edited by] John A. Herring.
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    Bhatia, Smita.
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    Ashley, Euan A.
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    Stevenson, David K.
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    Robinson, William H.
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    Hyman, Daniel.
  • 2017From: ClinicalKey
    [edited by] Scott R. Lambert, Christopher J. Lyons.
    A history of pediatric ophthalmology and strabismus -- Epidemiology and the worldwide impact of visual impairment in children -- Clinical embryology and development of the eye -- Developmental biology of the eye -- Clinical aspects of normal and abnormal visual development and delayed visual maturation -- Milestones and normative data -- Examination, history and special tests in pediatric ophthalmology -- Managing refractive errors in children -- Visual electrophysiology : how it can help you and your patient -- Imaging the child's eye, orbit, and visual pathways -- Genetics and pediatric ophthalmology -- Congenital infections of the eye -- Conjunctivitis of the newborn -- Preseptal and orbital cellulitis -- Endophthalmitis -- External eye disease and the oculocutaneous disorders -- Ocular manifestations of hiv/aids in children -- Disorders of the eye as a whole -- Lids : congenital and acquired abnormalities ? practical management -- Lid and orbital infantile periocular hemangiomas (capillary hemangiomas) and other vascular diseases -- Lacrimal system -- The management of orbital disease in children -- Neurogenic tumors -- Orbital rhabdomyosarcoma -- Other mesenchymal abnormalities -- Metastatic, secondary and lacrimal gland tumors -- Histiocytic, hematopoietic, and lymphoproliferative disorders -- Craniofacial abnormalities -- Cystic lesions and ectopias -- Inflammatory disorders -- Conjunctiva and subconjunctival tissue -- Conjunctival tumors -- Anterior segment developmental anomalies including aniridia -- Corneal abnormalities in childhood -- Corneal dystrophies -- The lens -- Childhood cataracts -- Childhood glaucoma -- Pediatric iris disorders -- Uveitis -- Albinism -- Vitreous -- Retinoblastoma -- Retinopathy of prematurity -- Current treatment of retinopathy of prematurity -- Inherited retinal disorders -- Retinal dystrophies with systemic associations and the retinal ciliopathies -- Inherited macular dystrophies -- Congenital pigmentary and vascular abnormalities of the retina -- Retinal flecks, dots and crystals -- Acquired and other retinal diseases (including juvenile x-linked retinoschisis) -- Retinal detachment in childhood -- Congenital anomalies of the optic discs -- Hereditary optic neuropathies -- Other acquired optic disc abnormalities in children -- Demyelinating, inflammatory, infectious, and infiltrative optic neuropathies -- The optic chiasm -- Headache in children -- Raised intracranial pressure -- The brain and cerebral visual impairment -- Delivering bad news -- Common issues arising in children with visual impairment -- Visual conversion disorders : fabricated or exaggerated symptoms in children -- Dyslexia -- Neurometabolic disease and the eye -- Pupil anomalies and reactions -- Leukemia -- Phakomatoses (including the neurofibromatoses) -- Accidental trauma in children -- Child maltreatment, abusive head trauma, and the eye -- Refractive surgery in children -- Binocular vision -- Amblyopia : basics, questions, and practical management -- Anatomy of strabismus -- The orthoptic evaluation -- Infantile esotropias -- Accommodative esotropias -- Special esotropias (acute comitant, sensory deprivation, myopia-associated and microtropia) -- Intermittent exotropia -- Special forms of comitant exotropia -- Vertical strabismus -- "a," "v," and other pattern strabismus -- Congenital cranial dysinnervation disorders -- Ocular motor nerve palsies -- Strabismus : nonsurgical treatment -- Strabismus surgery -- Minimally invasive strabismus surgery -- Strabismus surgery complications and how to avoid them -- Nystagmus in childhood -- Supranuclear eye movement disorders, acquired and neurologic nystagmus -- "I think my baby can't see!" -- "My baby's got a red eye, doctor!" -- "My child keeps blinking and closing his eye" -- "M child seems to hate the bright light" -- "M child's eyes keep watering!" -- Proptosis at different ages -- "M child's teacher says she can't see properly!" -- "M child could see perfectly but now the vision is weak!" -- The child with a dual sensory loss (deafblind) -- "M little girl tells me she sees strange things" -- Wobbly eyes in infancy -- Abnormal head postures in children -- Hand defects and the eye -- Optimizing compliance in patching therapy -- Vision screening -- Self-inflicted ocular injuries -- Apps and all that ? (how my smartphone changed my life).
  • Harry Wexler, PhD.
    Dr. Harry Wexler walks through the past and current research developments on the efficacy of Therapeutic Communities in prisons. A timeline from the 1950s to present details how the Therapeutic Community model developed in prisons, and what research efforts supported that development. Wexler discusses a breadth of topics including: the evidence that prison treatment alone is insufficient for long-term change, and the importance of aftercare; the benefits and potential problems of manual-based treatment; the need for incentives; the importance of bridging TC members and facilitators with their outside communities; and the promising new research of TCs in maximum-security prisons and the potential of reducing violence among their prisoners. Keywords: therapeutic community, therapeutic communities, tc, tcs, prison, prisons, Harry Wexler, prisoners, prisoner, Counseling, counselling, Social Work, Social Worker, Therapy, Psychotherapy, Psychotherapy.net, Therapist.--Supplied by publisher.
  • 2015SUNet ID login required
    Harrington, Robert A.; Skeff, Kelley M.
    Part 1. Outstanding Teaching Awards for each medical department announced by Dr. Robert Harrington. Part 2. Dr. Skeff's lecture begins at 00:16:31.
  • Skeff, Kelley M.
    An annual Grand Rounds dedicated to medical eduation. Includes announcements of medical teaching awards; results of 2017 Match of incoming interns in the Department of Medicine, and lecture by Kelley Skeff.
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    Gribben, Valerie; Louden, Taylor; Peterson, Jaime.
  • 2013From: NEJM
    Havens, Joaquim M.; Rahab, Taufiek K.; Weaver, Michael J.
    N Engl J Med. 2013-10-24; 369:e22[video]
    "Circumferential pelvic sheeting is a simple yet potentially lifesaving intervention for high-energy fractures that open the pelvic ring and cause hemodynamic instability. The folded sheet is centered over the greater trochanters, crossed anteriorly, and then pulled tightly. The ends of the sheet are secured with clamps or a knot. Complications are detected by reexamining the patient and obtaining a follow-up radiograph."--Summary.
  • 2011From: ClinicalKey
    [edited by] Jon K. Sekiya, Marc R. Safran, Anil S. Ranawat.
    Drs. Jon K. Sekiya, Marc Safran, Anil S. Ranawat, and Michael Leunig provide a step-by-step, balanced approach-with contributions from an array of North American and international surgeons-to pre-operative planning, surgical technique, technical pearls, management of complications, and post-operative rehabilitation. Surgical videos on DVD demonstrate techniques such as surgical hip dislocation for femoracetabular impingement and arthroscopic femoral osteoplasty so you can provide your patients with the best possible outcomes. Grasp the visual nuances of each technique through full-color surgical illustrations and intraoperative photographs. Watch expert surgeons perform cutting edge procedures-such as complex therapeutic hip arthroscopy using a femoral distractor, arhroscopic synovectomy and treatment of synovial disorders, surgical hip dislocation for femoracetabular important, and arthroscopic femoral osteoplasty-on DVD. Find information quickly and easily thanks to the consistent chapter format that includes technical pearls.
  • 2015From: ClinicalKey
    Giles R. Scuderi, Alfred J. Tria, Jr., William J. Long, Michael N. Kang.
    Techniques in Revision Hip and Knee Arthroplasty is the one authoritative volume that gives you an efficient, problem-based approach to revision arthroplasty of both the hip and knee. Dr. Giles Scuderi and other leading experts from North America and Western Europe present their favored surgical procedures and post-surgical management strategies in this straightforward, heavily illustrated, video-intensive reference. It's your one-stop, go-to guide for successful revision surgery for a myriad of complications, such as implant loosening, polyethylene wear, osteolysis, or infection of the hip and knee. Get expert guidance on implant choice, management of complications (including infection and wound healing), and failure of mechanisms, as well as step-by-step surgical techniques.Quickly find the exact information you need with a straightforward "just what you need to know" approach, including surgical tips and pearls.Stay up to date with new insights regarding anatomic landmarks, recommended reconstruction options in revision surgery, including management of bone defects and instability.Access the fully searchable contents of the book and an abundance of surgical videos online at Expert Consult.
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    Benedict, Libby; Golden, Neville; Hillard, Paula Adams; Kapphahn, Cynthia.
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    Colby, Christopher E.
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    Perry, Stanton B.
  • 2015From: ClinicalKey
    edited by Peter Cameron, George Jelinek, Anne-Maree Kelly, Anthony Brown, Mark Little.
    Now fully revised and updated, Textbook of Adult Emergency Medicine provides clear and consistent coverage of this rapidly evolving specialty. Building on the success of previous editions, it covers all the major topics that present to the trainee doctor in the emergency department. It will also prove invaluable to the range of other professionals working in this setting - including nurse specialists and paramedics - who require concise, highly practical guidance, incorporating latest best practice and current guidelines. For the first time this edition now comes with a complete and enhanced electronic version, providing a richer learning experience and making rapid reference easier than ever before, anytime, anywhere. Updates throughout reflect latest practice developments, curricula requirements and essential guidelines Key point boxes highlight topic 'essentials' as well as controversial areas of treatment An expanded list of leading international contributors ensures comprehensive coverage and maximizes worldwide relevance New and enhanced coverage of important and topical areas - including latest imaging in emergency medicine; organ donation; massive transfusion protocols; medico legal issues; patient safety and quality measures All new accompanying electronic version, including procedure videos and self-assessment materials to check your understanding and aid exam preparation.
  • 2013From: ClinicalKey
    Catherine M. Otto.
    This 5th Edition enables you to use echocardiography to its fullest potential in your initial diagnosis, decision making, and clinical management of patients with a wide range of heart diseases. World-renowned cardiologist Dr. Catherine M. Otto helps you master what you need to know to obtain the detailed anatomic and physiologic information that can be gained from the full range of echo techniques, from basic to advanced. Acquire a solid foundation in the essentials of advanced echocardiography techniques such as contrast echo, 3D echo, myocardial mechanics, and intraoperative transesophageal echocardiography. Fully understand the use of echocardiography and its outcomes with key points that identify the must-know elements in every chapter, and state-of-the-art echo images complemented by full-color comparative drawings of heart structures. Familiarize yourself with new ASE recommendations for echocardiographic assessment of the right heart and 3D echocardiography, including updated tables of normal measurements.
  • 2017From: ClinicalKey
    editors, Mitchell P. Fink, Jean-Louis Vincent, Edward Abraham, Frederick A. Moore, Patrick M. Kochanek.
  • 2015From: ClinicalKey
    [edited by] Robert E. Rakel, David P. Rakel.
    This ninth edition of the Textbook of Family Medicine, edited by Drs. Robert E. Rakel and David P. Rakel, remains your #1 choice for complete guidance on the principles of family medicine, primary care in the community, and all aspects of clinical practice. Ideal for both residents and practicing physicians, this medical reference book includes evidence-based, practical information to optimize patient care and prepare you for the ABFM exam. A clean, quick-reference layout makes it easy for you to put information to work immediately in your practice.
  • v.1-2, 2015From: ClinicalKey
    [edited by] Richard M. Gore, Marc S. Levine.
    Imaging contrast agents and pharmacoradiology -- Barium studies : single and double contrast -- Pictorial glossary of double-contrast radiology -- Ultrasound of the hollow viscera -- Multidetector computed tomography of the gastrointestinal tract : principles of interpretation -- Magnetic resonance imaging of the hollow viscera -- Positron emission tomography and computed tomography of the hollow viscera -- Angiography and interventional radiology of the hollow viscera -- Abdominal computed tomography angiography -- Magnetic resonance angiography of the mesenteric vasculature -- Abdomen : normal anatomy and examination techniques -- Gas and soft tissue abnormalities -- Abdominal calcifications -- Pharynx : normal anatomy and examination techniques -- Abnormalities of pharyngeal function -- Structural abnormalities of the pharynx -- Barium studies of the upper gastrointestinal tract -- Motility disorders of the esophagus -- Gastroesophageal reflux disease -- Infectious esophagitis -- Other esophagitides -- Benign tumors of the esophagus -- Carcinoma of the esophagus -- Other malignant tumors of the esophagus -- Miscellaneous abnormalities of the esophagus -- Abnormalities of the gastroesophageal junction -- Postoperative esophagus -- Esophagus : differential diagnosis -- Peptic ulcers -- Inflammatory conditions of the stomach and duodenum -- Benign tumors of the stomach and duodenum -- Carcinoma of the stomach and duodenum -- Other malignant tumors of the stomach and duodenum -- Miscellaneous abnormalities of the stomach and duodenum -- Postoperative stomach and duodenum -- Stomach and duodenum : differential diagnosis -- Barium examinations of the small intestine -- Computed tomography enterography -- Computed tomography enteroclysis -- Magnetic resonance enterography -- Crohn's disease of the small bowel -- Inflammatory disorders of the small bowel other than Crohn's disease -- Malabsorption -- Benign tumors of the small bowel -- Malignant tumors of the small bowel -- Small bowel obstruction -- Vascular disorders of the small intestine -- Postoperative small bowel -- Miscellaneous abnormalities of the small bowel -- Small intestine : differential diagnosis -- Barium studies of the colon -- Functional imaging of anorectal and pelvic floor dysfunction -- Computed tomography colonography -- Magnetic resonance colonography -- Diverticular disease of the colon -- Diseases of the appendix -- Ulcerative and granulomatous colitis : idiopathic inflammatory bowel disease -- Other inflammatory conditions of the colon -- Polyps and colon cancer -- Other tumors of the colon -- Polyposis syndromes -- Miscellaneous abnormalities of the colon -- Postoperative colon -- Colon : differential diagnosis -- Computed tomography of the solid abdominal organs -- Ultrasound examination of the solid abdominal viscera -- Magnetic resonance imaging of the solid parenchymal organs -- Positron emission tomography/computed tomography of the solid parenchymal organs -- Diffusion-weighted imaging of the abdomen -- Perfusion computed tomography and magnetic resonance imaging in the abdomen and pelvis -- Techniques of percutaneous tissue acquisition -- Abdominal abscess -- Gallbladder and biliary tract : normal anatomy and examination techniques -- Endoscopic retrograde cholangiopancreatography -- Magnetic resonance cholangiopancreatography -- Anomalies and anatomic variants of the gallbladder and biliary tract -- Cholelithiasis, cholecystitis, choledocholithiasis, and hyperplastic cholecystoses -- Interventional radiology of the gallbladder and biliary tract -- Neoplasms of the gallbladder and biliary tract -- Inflammatory disorders of the biliary tract -- Postsurgical and traumatic lesions of the biliary tract -- Gallbladder and biliary tract : differential diagnosis -- Liver : normal anatomy and examination techniques -- Interventional radiology of the liver -- Anomalies and anatomic variants of the liver -- Benign tumors of the liver -- Malignant tumors of the liver -- Focal hepatic infections -- Diffuse liver disease -- Vascular disorders of the liver and splanchnic circulation -- Hepatic trauma, surgery, and liver-directed therapy -- Liver transplantation imaging -- Liver : differential diagnosis -- Pancreas : normal anatomy and examination techniques -- Interventional radiology of the pancreas -- Anomalies and anatomic variants of the pancreas -- Pancreatitis -- Pancreatic neoplasms -- Pancreatic trauma and surgery -- Pancreatic transplantation imaging -- Pancreas : differential diagnosis -- Spleen : normal anatomy and examination techniques -- Angiography and interventional radiology of the spleen -- Anomalies and anatomic variants of the spleen -- Benign and malignant lesions of the spleen -- Splenic trauma and surgery -- Spleen : differential diagnosis -- Anatomy and imaging of the peritoneum and retroperitoneum -- Pathways of abdominal and pelvic disease spread -- Ascites and peritoneal fluid collections -- Mesenteric and omental lesions -- Hernias and abdominal wall pathology -- Applied embryology of the gastrointestinal tract -- Neonatal gastrointestinal radiology -- Diseases of the pediatric esophagus -- Diseases of the pediatric stomach and duodenum -- Diseases of the pediatric small bowel -- Diseases of the pediatric colon -- Diseases of the pediatric gallbladder and biliary tract -- Diseases of the pediatric liver -- Diseases of the pediatric pancreas -- Diseases of the pediatric spleen -- Diseases of the pediatric abdominal wall, peritoneum, and mesentery -- The acute abdomen -- Gastrointestinal hemorrhage -- Abdominal trauma -- Monitoring gastrointestinal tumor response to therapy.
  • 2016From: ClinicalKey
    Eric J. Topol, Paul S. Teirstein.
    Ideal for cardiologists, surgeons, and referring physicians who need a clinical guide to interventional procedures, Textbook of Interventional Cardiology focuses on the latest treatment protocols for managing heart disorders at every level of complexity. In this updated edition, Dr. Topol continues to bring together experts in the field who present the current state of knowledge and clinical practice in interventional cardiology, including cutting-edge theories, trends, and applications of diagnostic and interventional cardiology, as well as peripheral vascular techniques and practices.
  • 2014From: ClinicalKey
    Mark H. Swartz, MD, FACP.
    "Derive the maximum diagnostic information from interviewing and examining patients with Textbook of physical diagnosis. Employing a compassionate, humanistic approach, Dr. Swartz explores how cultural differences can influence communication, diet, family relationships, and health practices and beliefs, and demonstrates that your interpersonal awareness is just as essential in physical diagnosis as your level of technical skill. This medical reference book features numerous high-quality color images, an easy-to-use design, and detailed descriptions of exam techniques, making it an essential guide for physicians, nurse practitioners, and physician assistants"-- Publisher's description.
  • Stanford medicine 25 is an initiative to revive the culture of bedside medicine. Geared toward 3rd and 4th year medical students and residents, practice of "The 25" entails hands-on teaching sessions to develop proper technique. The website provides summaries of key learning points for each session and other resources-- including guidelines, color images, videos and clinical pearls by Stanford medical faculty.
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    Relman, David A.
  • Brush, John E.
  • Cullen, Mark R.
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    DeSanctis, Roman W.
  • George De Leon, PhD.
    De Leon lays out the framework and theory underlying a therapeutic community, including the TC approach to substance abuse treatment and recovery. He explains that the TC is different from other treatment models in that it views substance abuse as a disorder of the whole person, and aims to treat that whole person, not just the drug addiction. Thus, TCs create social living situations where all aspects of a person's personality is displayed in work, formal groups and social activities, and then addressed directly by the community. Keywords: George de Leon, addictions, chemical, dependency, addict, drug, drugs, recovery, prison, inmate, incarcerated, addiction, dependent, therapeutic community, Counseling, counselling, Social Work, Social Worker, Therapy, Psychotherapy, Psychotherapy.net, Therapist.--Supplied by publisher.
  • George De Leon, PhD.
    De Leon explains how a therapeutic community uses its social environment to change individuals' behaviors, lifestyles and identities. The community is the method itself: constant participation, evaluation, feedback and reinforcement of personal responsibility are core components of daily life. Keywords: George de Leon, addictions, chemical, dependency, addict, drug, drugs, recovery, prison, inmate, incarcerated, addiction, dependent, therapeutic community, Counseling, counselling, Social Work, Social Worker, Therapy, Psychotherapy, Psychotherapy.net, Therapist.--Supplied by publisher.
  • George De Leon, PhD.
    De Leon goes beyond theory to explain the specific operations of an ideal therapeutic community: what happens on a daily basis, what the physical space looks like, what activities are involved, and what are the functions and roles of the staff and community members. He emphasizes that all TCs can maximize their efficacy by enhancing and adhering to these components. Keywords: George de Leon, addictions, chemical, dependency, addict, drug, drugs, recovery, prison, inmate, incarcerated, addiction, dependent, therapeutic community, Counseling, counselling, Social Work, Social Worker, Therapy, Psychotherapy, Psychotherapy.net, Therapist.--Supplied by publisher.
  • John C. Norcross, PhD.
    Challenging the predominant view that manualized treatment methods are the gold standard for effective psychotherapy, Norcross shares empirical research that leads him to argue for a "middle path" that says it is both the treatment method and the therapeutic relationship that make the difference. Norcross discusses the scientific evidence that the relationship between therapist and patient accounts for success more than we may have realized. From how to cultivate the person of the therapist, to the importance of prizing the patient's perspective, Norcross answers the timeless question: What makes for a great therapist? Keywords: therapeutic, relationship, alliance, individualized, manualized, treatment, counseling, skills, EST, empirically, supported, treatment, Counseling, counselling, Social Work, Social Worker, Therapy, Psychotherapy, Psychotherapy.net, Therapist.--Supplied by publisher.
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    Pegram, Mark.
  • Cho, Do-Yeon.
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    Grabowski, Gregory A.
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    Chambers, Henry F.
  • Fee, Willard E.; Goode, Richard L.
  • 2006From: NEJM
    DeLaPena, Jennifer; Setnik, Gary S.; Thomsen, Todd W.
    N Engl J Med. 2006-10-12; 355(15):e16[video]
  • Hanna Levenson, PhD.
    Dr. Hanna Levenson, a leading proponent of Time-Limited Dynamic Psychotherapy (TLDP), takes the viewer through the highlights of a 20 session course of therapy with a depressed, passive, and somatizing 74 year-old man. She illustrates how to develop and maintain a focus of treatment, intervene, and terminate in a time-effective manner. With helpful voiceovers, she shares her perceptions and insights as the case is unfolding, explaining the rationale for her interventions. She demonstrates how TLDP integrates psychodynamic, interpersonal, cognitive-behavioral, and system approaches, and is especially useful for patients with chronic and pervasive interpersonal difficulties. The clarity of Dr. Levenson's instruction makes it clear why Hans Strupp, the co-founder of TLDP, refers to her as a "master teacher." Keywords: Levenson, brief, dynamic, psychodynamic, depression, older adults, elder, gerontology, geropsychology, Counseling, counselling, Social Work, Social Worker, Therapy, Psychotherapy, Psychotherapy.net, Therapist.--Supplied by publisher.
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    Ferriero, Donna M.
  • Popelka, Gerald R.
  • 2011From: AccessMedicine
    editor-in-chief, Judith E. Tintinalli ; co-editors, J. Stephan Stapczynski [and others].
    Section 1. Prehospital Care -- Section 2. Disaster Preparedness -- Section 3. Resuscitation -- Section 4. Resuscitative Procedures -- Section 5. Analgesia, Anesthesia, and Procedural Sedation -- Section 6. Emergency Wound Management -- Section 7. Cardiovascular Disease -- Section 8. Pulmonary Emergencies -- Section 9. Gastrointestinal Emergencies -- Section 10. Renal and Genitourinary Disorders -- Section 11. Obstetrics and Gynecology -- Section 12. Pediatrics -- Section 13. Infectious Diseases -- Section 14. Neurology -- Section 15. Toxicology -- Section 16. Environmental Injuries -- Section 17. Endocrine Emergencies -- Section 18. Hematologic and Oncologic Emergencies -- Section 19. Eyes, Ears, Nose, Throat, and Oral Surgery -- Section 20. Skin Disorders -- Section 21. Trauma -- Section 22. Injuries to Bones and Joints -- Section 23. Musculoskeletal Disorders -- Section 24. Psychosocial Disorders -- Section 25. Abuse and Assault -- Section 26. Special Situations -- Section 27. Principles of Imaging. Videos of Procedures: -- Dix-Hallpike Maneuver (4 min., 55 sec.) -- Epley Maneuver (3 min., 52 sec.) -- Ultrasound: Basilic Vein Cannulation (5 min., 17 sec.) -- The Knee Exam (10 min., 52 sec.) -- Lumbar Puncture Decubitus Position (10 min., 11 sec.) -- NIH Stroke Scale (18 min., 3 sec.) -- Posterior Leg Splint (2 min., 19 sec.) -- Chest Tube Insertion (10 min.).
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    Maron, David J.
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    Kao, David; Kohrt, Holbrook E.
  • Scandling, John D.
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    Scandling, John D.; Strober, Samuel.
  • John Edwards, PhD.
    Experience first-hand Dr. Edwards' deceptively nonchalant therapeutic style. Utilizing a blend of workshop footage, family sessions, and focused interviews, this video provides an overview of eleven fundamental techniques for effective family work. Dr. Edwards' ability to put theory into practice in an accessible manner has made him a favorite of psychotherapists, social workers, and substance abuse and pastoral counselors. Keywords: Segmenting, Enactments, Positive Reframing, Mapping, Draw-A-Dream, Circle Method, Colleague Teamwork, New Talk, Guardrail, Sculpting, Alter Ego, Counseling, counselling, Social Work, Social Worker, Therapy, Psychotherapy, Psychotherapy.net, Therapist.--Supplied by publisher.
  • 2012From: ScienceDirect
    2012From: ClinicalKey
    [edited by] David N. Herndon.
    A brief history of acute burn care management -- Teamwork for total burn care: Burn centers and multidisciplinary burn teams -- Epidemiological, demographic, and outcome characteristics of burn injury -- Prevention of burn injuries -- Burn management in disasters and humanitarian crises -- Care of outpatient burns -- Pre-hospital management, transportation and emergency care -- Pathophysiology of burn shock and burn edema -- Fluid resuscitation and early management -- Evaluation of the burn wound: Management decisions -- Enzymatic debridement of burn wounds -- Treatment of infection in burns -- Operative wound management -- Anesthesia for burned patients -- The skin bank -- Alternative wound coverings -- The role of alternative wound substitutes in major burn wounds and burn scar resurfacing -- The pathophysiology of inhalation injury -- Diagnosis and treatment of inhalation injury -- Respiratory care -- The systemic inflammatory response syndrome -- The immunological response and strategies for intervention -- Hematologic and hematopoietic response to burn injury -- Significance of the adrenal and sympathetic response to burn injury -- The hepatic response to thermal injury -- Effects of burn Injury on bone and mineral metabolism -- Vitamin and trace element homeostasis following severe burn injury -- Hypophosphatemia -- Nutritional support of the burned patient -- Modulation of the hypermetabolic response after burn injury -- Etiology and prevention of multisystem organ failure -- Renal failure in association with thermal injuries -- Critical care in the severely burned: Organ support and management of complications -- Burn nursing -- Special considerations of age: The pediatric burned patient -- Care of geriatric patients -- Surgical management of complications of burn injury -- Electrical injuries -- Electrical injury: Reconstructive problems -- Cold-induced injury: Frostbite -- Chemical burns -- Radiation injuries and vesicant burns -- Exfoliative diseases of the integument and soft tissue necrotizing infections -- The burn problem: A pathologist's perspective -- Molecular and cellular basis of hypertrophic scarring -- Pathophysiology of the burn scar -- Comprehensive rehabilitation of the burn patient -- Musculoskeletal changes secondary to thermal burns -- Mitigation of burn-induced hypermetabolic and catabolic response during convalescence -- Reconstruction of burn deformities: An overview -- The use of skin grafts, skin flaps and tissue expansion in burn deformity reconstruction -- Microvascular technique of composite tissue transfer -- Reconstruction of the head and neck -- Correction of burn alopecia -- Reconstruction of the burned breast -- Management of contractural deformities involving the shoulder (axilla), elbow, hip and knee joints in burned patients -- Care of a burned hand and reconstruction of the deformities -- Management of burn injuries of the perineum -- Reconstruction of burn deformities of the lower extremity -- The ethical dimension of burn care -- Intentional burn injuries -- Functional sequelae and disability assessment -- Cost-containment and outcome measures -- Management of pain and other discomforts in burned patients -- Psychiatric disorders associated with burn injury -- Psychosocial recovery and reintegration of patients with burn injuries.
  • 2008From: AccessSurgery
  • 2014From: ClinicalKey
    Richard D. Scott.
    Posterior cruciate ligament retention versus substitution -- Mobile versus fixed bearings in total knee arthroplasty -- Primary total knee arthroplasty surgical technique -- Total knee arthroplasty in severe varus deformity -- Total knee arthroplasty in severe valgus deformity -- Patellofemoral complications associated with total knee arthroplasty -- Stiffness before and after total knee arthroplasty -- Flexion contracture associated with total knee arthroplasty -- Total knee arthroplasty after osteotomy -- Total knee arthroplasty in rheumatoid arthritis -- Bone stock deficiency in total knee arthroplasty -- Bilateral simultaneous total knee arthroplasty -- Sepsis and total knee arthroplasty -- Staying out and getting out of trouble during total knee arthroplasty -- Repeat operation after total knee arthroplasty -- Unicompartmental knee arthroplasty -- Unicompartmental knee arthroplasty technique -- Frequently asked questions concerning total knee arthroplasty.
  • 2009From: ClinicalKey
    [edited by] Arlen D. Hanssen, W. Norman Scott.
    Unicompartmental Knee Arthroplasty -- Posterior Cruciate Ligament-Retaining Total Knee Arthroplasty -- Posterior-Stabilized Technique -- Methods of Rotational Alignment in Primary Total Knee Arthroplasty -- Valgus Total Knee Replacement -- Total Knee Replacement in the Varus Knee -- Tibial Component Alignment in Total Knee Arthroplasty: Intramedullary, Extramedullary, and Computer-Assisted Techniques -- Quadriceps-Sparing Total Knee Arthroplasty -- Minimally Invasive Total Knee Arthroplasty with Limited Medial Parapatellar Arthrotomy -- Minimally Invasive Subvastus Approach for Total Knee Arthroplasty -- Minimal Incision Total Knee Arthroplasty: the Mini-Midvastus Approach -- Monoblock Total Knee Arthroplasty -- Cementless Fixation -- Cemented Total Knee Arthroplasty -- Principles of Revision Total Knee Replacement -- Preoperative Planning for Revision Total Knee Replacement -- Surgical Exposures for Revision Total Knee Arthroplasty -- Soft Tissue Balancing in Revision Total Knee Arthroplasty -- Removing Well-Fixed Implants -- Revision of Failed Unicompartmental Knee Arthroplasty -- Cemented Stem Fixation in Revision Total Knee Arthroplasty -- Uncemented Stems in Revision Total Knee Arthroplasty -- PROSTALAC Articulating Spacer for Infected Total Knee Replacements -- Impaction Bone Grafting for Defects in Revision Total Knee Arthroplasty -- Treatment of Periprosthetic Femoral Fractures above a Total Knee Arthroplasty -- Knee Arthrodesis with an Intramedullary Nail After Failed Total Knee Arthroplasty -- Flexion and Extension Gap Balancing in Revision Total Knee Arthroplasty -- Extensor Mechanism Reconstruction in Total Knee Arthroplasty -- Metal Augments -- Metaphyseal Porous Metal Cones -- Structural Allografting -- Porous Tantalum for Patellar Reconstruction in Revision Total Knee Arthroplasty -- Cancellous Patellar Bone Grafting in Revision Total Knee Arthroplasty -- Hinged Total Knee Arthroplasty.
  • 2008From: AccessSurgery
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    Verghese, A.
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    Casanova, Jean-Laurent.
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    Walker, Bruce D.
  • McGee, James.
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    Boers, Maarten.
  • 2008From: AccessSurgery
    Hung, Orlando; Murphy, Michael F.
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    Hung, Orlando; Murphy, Michael F.
  • 2008From: AccessSurgery
  • Hoff, Paul T.
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    Beraud, Anne-Sophie.
  • Mary Goulding, MSW.
    Mary and Bob Goulding developed Redecision Therapy, which combines elements of Transactional Analysis and Gestalt Therapy. Using positive strokes, encouragement, and bringing the past into the present, Goulding helps her clients change paths from decisions made at a young age. In this video, she helps her client Beverly act out pivotal childhood moments, return to her recently passed mother's graveside for a final goodbye, and speak directly to her 12-year-old self, helping Beverly mourn losses and open new doors for the future. Hosts Jon Carlson and Diane Kjos introduce Goulding and facilitate an enlightening discussion on the approach. Keywords: transactional analysis, redecision, Mary, Goulding, psychotherapist, social, worker, counselor, psychologist, continuing education, order, purchase, online, experts, Counseling, counselling, Social Work, Social Worker, Therapy, Psychotherapy, Psychotherapy.net, Therapist.--Supplied by publisher.
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    Yeung, Alan C.
  • Kornberg, Roger D.
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    Rubenstein, John L. R.
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    Lauer, Michael S.
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    Zuckerman, Barry S.
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    Butte, Atul J.
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    Staudenmayer, Kristan.
  • 2016From: NEJM
    Canelli, Robert J.; Kotova, Faina; Mustafa, Wissam; Ortega, Rafael A.; Quillen, Karen.
    N Engl J Med. 2016-03-17; 374:e12[video]
    "Blood transfusion is a common and relatively safe procedure. However, serious transfusion reactions can occur even when the recommended guidelines are followed. Clinicians must be familiar with the indications for transfusion, the equipment required for the procedure, and the complications that may arise from this potentially lifesaving therapy."
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    Galel, Susan Alpert.
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    Williams, Roberta G.
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    Kummar, Shivaani.
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    Wong, Hector R.
  • 2008From: AccessSurgery
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    Baine, Jennifer; Vobecky, Jan.
  • Tian Dayton, PhD, TEP.
    The body remembers the trauma that the mind does not. Psychodrama provides a space for the body to speak, for somatic memory to become conscious, and for the mind to connect and process what the body is experiencing. In this video, Travis speaks to his wounded heart and works through his fear of dying. Sheila speaks to her mother who committed suicide and releases anger that was locked up for many years, and Amal speaks to the birth mother she never met, confronting the belief that she was never loved or wanted. Dayton highlights the emotion that emerges from these participants' bodies, and helps give voice and meaning to the catharsis that emerges so that an integration between mind and body can occur. Keywords: Tian Dayton, psychodrama, psychodramatist, TEP, sociometry, child abuse, childhood abuse, trauma, body, healing, continuing education, group, psychotherapist, counselor, Counseling, counselling, Social Work, Social Worker, Therapy, Psychotherapy, Psychotherapy.net, Therapist.--Supplied by publisher.
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    Dillard, Tre; Swan, Megan Connors.
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    Bradley, Scott; Raghunathan, Amritha.
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    Fansler, Jane Lee; Mercer, Mary P.
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    Fansler, Jane Lee; Kanapicki, Jennifer.
    Two cases presented: Blunt chest trauma and Traumatic aortic injury.
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    Chiu Liang, Erica; Dillard, Barney.
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    Robin, Jennie; Swan, Megan Connors.
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    D'Souza, Peter.
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    Kooshesh, Shoreh; Murtaugh, Heather.
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    Callcut, Rachael.
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    Mueller, Claudia.
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    Mills, Charlotte Page.
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    Ly, Daphne P.
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    Crockett, Seth; Gibbons, Pat.
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    Voelkel, Norbert F.
  • Stephanie Brown, PhD.
    The Developmental Model in Theory: A Live Workshop will help you gain an in-depth understanding of the critical phases you must lead your alcoholic clients through in their recovery. In Volume 2 of this highly acclaimed video series, Dr. Brown presents her groundbreaking research that led to the Developmental Model, which emphasizes that sobriety is the mid-point, not the end-point in the full recovery of any alcoholic. She then leads viewers step by step through the four phases of alcoholism recovery: Drinking, Transition, Early Recovery, Ongoing Recovery, detailing the behavioral, cognitive, and emotional characteristics of the alcoholic at each stage. She defines key tasks that face the therapist and client during each phase, as well as challenges for mental health practitioners and substance abuse professionals in fulfilling these tasks. Keywords: alcohol, alcoholism, treatment, chemical-dependency, alcoholic, addiction, Brown, developmental, treating, video, videos, Counseling, counselling, Social Work, Social Worker, Therapy, Psychotherapy, Psychotherapy.net, Therapist.--Supplied by publisher.
  • Stephanie Brown, PhD.
    Finally, a video that shows clinicians of all orientations how to provide effective treatment for alcoholics, without having to choose between a 12-step versus psychotherapeutic approach! Dr. Brown demonstrates her Developmental Model in the treatment of Ted, a forty-eight year old manager, who initially denies that his drinking is related to problems at home and on-the-job. While skillfully fostering the therapeutic alliance, Dr. Brown gently but persistently brings alcohol into the focus of the treatment. This video follows the course of treatment through the four stages of the Developmental Model: Drinking, Transition, Early Recovery, and Ongoing Recovery. In a dramatic reenactment of key moments in seven outpatient sessions over the course of five years, we see Dr. Brown address the multitude of challenges inherent in the treatment of alcoholics. Keywords: treating alcoholism in psychotherapy, treatment, chemical-dependency, alcoholic, addiction, Stephanie Brown, developmental, treating, Counseling, counselling, Social Work, Social Worker, Therapy, Psychotherapy, Psychotherapy.net, Therapist.--Supplied by publisher.
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    Koran, Lorrin M.

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