• [edited by] Frank W. Sellke, Pedro J. del Nido, Scott J. Swanson.
    Digital : ClinicalKeyv. 1-2, 2016
    V. 1 -- Sect. 1: Thoracic surgery -- Pt. A: Evaluation and care -- Pt. B: Endoscopy -- Pt. C: Trauma -- Pt. D: Trachea -- Pt. E: Benign lung disease -- Pt. F: Lung cancer -- Pt. G: Other lung malignancy -- Pt. H: Chest wall -- Pt. I: Pleura -- Pt. J: Diaphragm -- Pt. K: Esophagus-Benign disease -- Pt. L: Esophagus-cancer -- Pt. M: Mediastinum -- Pt. N: The future -- Sect. 2: Adult cardiac surgery -- Pt. A: Basic science -- Pt. B: Diagnostic procedures -- Pt. C: Medical- and catheter-based treatment of cardiovascular disease -- Pt. D: Perioperative and intraoperative care of the cardiac surgical patient -- V. 2 -- Pt. E: Surgical management of aortic disease -- Pt. F: Surgical management of valvular heart disease -- Pt. G: Management of cardiac arrhythmias -- Pt. H: Surgical management of coronary artery disease and its complications -- Pt. I: Surgical management of heart failure -- Sect. 3: Congenital heart surgery.
  • [edited by] Courtney M. Townsend, Jr, R. Daniel Beauchamp, B. Mark Evers, Kenneth L. Mattox.
    Digital : ClinicalKey2017
  • Harrison, John A.
    "Presented by the Stanford Spiritual Care Program. Maintaining our quality of life as we age means expanding our spiritual and emotional horizons even as we optimize our physical health. The staff chaplains of Stanford Hospital and Clinics will share their learning and reflections, teach nurturing life practices and facilitate conversations filled with meaning"--Website.
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  • Jay Lappin, LCSW, Salvador Minuchin, MD.
    The founder of Structural Family Therapy, Minuchin has been inspiring therapists for over half a century with his wisdom and insight into what actually helps people change. You've read about him in your textbooks-now here's a chance to get to know the person behind the legend. In this compelling interview, Minuchin sits down with one of his beloved mentees and talks freely about his evolution as a therapist over the past fifty years. He reveals how his revolutionary spirit and passion for social justice led him to challenge the status quo of psychodynamic therapy and create a more effective model for working with youth and their families. He discusses some of the nuts and bolts of Structural Family Therapy and offers suggestions for how to bring out the best in struggling families. This heartwarming dialogue is sure to inspire both new and seasoned therapists to look for the untapped potential that exists in each person, no matter how troubled they may be when they arrive in our offices. Note: English language subtitles are available for those who have difficulty understanding Dr. Minuchin's accent. Keywords: structural, family, Minuchin, Lappin, family therapy, Counseling, counselling, Social Work, Social Worker, Therapy, Psychotherapy,, Therapist.--Supplied by publisher.
  • Jean McLendon, LCSW, LMFT.
    Watch Jean McLendon, one of the foremost practitioners of Virginia Satir's approach to family therapy, in this touching live session with Janice, a single mother, and her eleven-year-old son, John. Learn the essence of the Satir method as McLendon elegantly demonstrates what she calls "a model for the brave and courageous and the big-hearted souls." "I just want to stop having so much anger inside and just stop being mean to other people," declares John at the beginning of the session. Unlike many children who get dragged to therapy against their will by their parents, John stepped up to the plate to ask his mother if he could talk to a counselor about his anger. In this heart-warming session, McLendon gently helps John accept the sadness underneath his anger, as she uncovers a series of significant losses John has had to face so early in his young life. With deep care and reverence, McLendon helps both John and his mother to embrace the vulnerable parts of themselves with tenderness and love. Viewers will have the opportunity to watch McLendon skillfully demonstrate key aspects of the Satir approach, such as creating safety, making contact, and validating feelings and desires. She also shows how the family mapping technique can be used as a visual tool to help deepen the work. An added bonus is an engaging discussion after the session that sheds further light on the Satir approach to family therapy. Part of the 10-video series: Family Therapy with the Experts. Keywords: Satir, adolescent, child, family, grief, Counseling, counselling, Social Work, Social Worker, Therapy, Psychotherapy,, Therapist.--Supplied by publisher.
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  • featuring Brent Bauer.
    In the last few decades, a wide array of practices have gained greater acceptance as forms of treatment and healing. If you've ever considered herbal supplements, meditation, acupuncture, yoga, or a change of diet to promote better health, then you're already familiar with integrative medicine. Integrative medicine describes the addition of natural or holistic practices into the health-care paradigm to complement conventional Western medicine and promote wellness. Western medicine can accomplish incredible feats of healing, but as advanced as it is, it still doesn't have cures for everything. Relying solely on Western medicine, people often wait until they have serious health problems before seeking care - but integrative medicine includes many practices that are particularly good for preventing certain conditions and ameliorating the effects of others. The therapies discussed here have been shown to help people reach health goals such as presurgery preparation, postsurgery recovery, and better management and reduction of chronic pain. Studies indicate that they directly benefit wellness and can help alleviate, prevent, or remedy issues such as arthritis, fibromyalgia, Alzheimer's disease, high blood pressure, stress, heart disease, menopause, and the common cold.
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    "ScienceHack is a vertical search engine for science videos. Search for science experiments, science projects, science movies and science news."--Website.
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  • Repository of scientific multimedia presentations incorporated within the content of published scientific articles. SciVee is operated in partnership with the Public Library of Science (PLoS), the National Science Foundation (NSF) and the San Diego Supercomputer Center (SDSC).
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  • editors, Mitchel P. Goldman, Robert A. Weiss ; contributors, Jean-Jé́rôme Guex, Hugo Partsch, Michel R. Perrin, Albert-Adrien Ramelet, Stefano Ricci, Oscar Maleti, Marzia Lugli.
    Digital : ClinicalKey2017
    1. Anatomy -- 2. Adverse Sequelae and Complications of Venous Hypertension -- 3. Pathophysiology of Varicose Veins -- 4. Pathophysiology of Telangiectasias -- 5. Noninvasive Examination of the Patient Before Sclerotherapy -- 6. Use of Compression Therapy -- 7. Mechanism of Action of Sclerotherapy -- 8. Complications and Adverse Sequelae of Sclerotherapy -- 10. Role of Surgery in the Treatment of Varicose Veins -- 11. Intravascular Approaches to the Treatment of Varicose Veins : Radiofrequency, Lasers and More -- 12. Clinical Methods for Sclerotherapy of Telangiectasias -- 13. Treatment of Leg Telangiectasias with Laser and High-Intensity Pulsed Light -- 14. Venoactive Drugs.
  • McDougall, I. Ross; Stevenson, David K.
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    This presentation summarizes the epidemiology and impact of sepsis in the preterm neonate. Describes the developmental immunology of the preterm infant, focusing on innate immunity. Reviews immunomodulatory strategies and results, including prophylaxis and treatment. Identifies prevention strategies currently in practice, and discusses future directions.
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  • Robert Firestone, PhD.
    Although sexuality is one of the greatest pleasures in life and an opportunity for gratification and fulfillment, it can be complex, difficult, and sometimes even traumatic. Men and women are often confused about themselves as sexual beings and are vulnerable to distorted self-perceptions and destructive internal voices that have been incorporated during their developmental years. Dr. Robert Firestone describes early childhood experiences and societal influences that impact an individual's emerging sexuality. These concepts are vividly brought to life as actual couples explore their sexual and relational dynamics, and identify destructive thoughts and critical voices that often occur before, during or after a sexual experience. Finally, the film introduces clinicians to Voice Therapy, a powerful approach that they can use to help clients challenge the voices that interfere with healthy sexual relating and sustain a relationship that combines true intimacy and sexuality. Keywords: sexuality, love, intimate, relationships, Robert Firestone, sex, relationship, intimacy, Counseling, counselling, Social Work, Social Worker, Therapy, Psychotherapy,, Therapist.--Supplied by publisher.
  • Steve Lerner, PhD.
    Using excerpts from a clinical interview with a client who was left by his wife, as well as an actual family session including the now-divorced couple, their young son, and each of their respective new partners, Lerner cogently demonstrates his unique four-stage approach for helping men to cope more adaptively with the end of a marriage or significant relationship. Keywords: She's leaving me, Steve, Lerner, video, men, divorce, family, couples, continuing education, psychotherapist, counselor, Counseling, counselling, Social Work, Social Worker, Therapy, Psychotherapy,, Therapist.--Supplied by publisher.
  • Klein, Lori.
    "Presented by the Stanford Spiritual Care Program. Maintaining our quality of life as we age means expanding our spiritual and emotional horizons even as we optimize our physical health. The staff chaplains of Stanford Hospital and Clinics will share their learning and reflections, teach nurturing life practices and facilitate conversations filled with meaning"--Website.
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  • Sidney Bijou, PhD.
    In this provocative interview with the founder of child behavioral therapy, Sidney Bijou recounts his education in the very young field of psychology, after which he was deployed for World War II, and his dissatisfaction with the limited scope of practice of psychologists upon his return. After witnessing the disturbing treatment of developmentally disabled children at the notorious Letchworth Village in New York, Bijou came to reject the role of child psychologists as merely intelligence testers, and spent decades developing the first treatments for childhood behavior problems and developmental disorders. Here he describes refining behavioral techniques to effect change in cases that were regarded as "untreatable," proving that even severely autistic children could learn and grow. Through vivid retelling of the clinical cases that influenced his work, Bijou makes the case for the incorporation of behavioral principles in all aspects of child rearing. In words that reflect his frustration with the ways society is out of step with his findings, he reveals, "If I could wave a wand and just say, listen to us about non-aversive techniques, listen to us about early influences of children, because I think that's where it all begins--that first three or four years is so important. And I think the problems of delinquency and criminality are all the consequences of that." Bijou further cautions the next generation about the popularity of a biological approach to psychology, reminding us that neurologically-based theories of developmental disorders can lead to the conclusion that psychology cannot offer meaningful treatment. In fact his work has shown that quite the opposite is true. Keywords: Child, behavior, behavioral, behaviour, behavioural education, special, autism, disabilities, mental retardation, behavior modification, parent training, parenting, counseling, counselling, social work, social worker, therapy, Psychotherapy,, Therapist.--Supplied by publisher.
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  • [edited by] Bruce D. Browner, Jesse B. Jupiter, Christian Krettek, Paul A. Anderson.
    Digital : ClinicalKey2015
    The history of fracture treatment -- Global burden of musculoskeletal injuries -- The challenges of orthopaedic trauma care in the developing world -- Biology and enhancement of skeletal repair -- Biomechanics of fractures -- Closed fracture management -- Principles and complications of external skeletal fixation -- Principles of internal fixation -- Evaluation and treatment of the multi-injured trauma patient -- Initial evaluation of the spine in trauma patients -- Damage control orthopaedic surgery : a strategy for the orthopaedic care of the critically injured patient -- Disaster management -- Occupational hazards in the treatment of orthopaedic trauma -- Medical management of the orthopaedic trauma patient -- Evaluation and treatment of vascular injuries -- Compartment syndromes -- Open fractures -- Soft tissue reconstruction -- Gunshot wounds and blast injuries -- Pathologic fractures -- Osteoporotic fragility fractures -- Surgical site infection prevention -- Diagnosis and treatment of complications -- Chronic osteomyelitis -- Nonunions : evaluation and treatment -- Physical impairment ratings for fractures -- Outcome assessment in orthopaedic traumatology -- Professionalism and the economics of orthopaedic trauma care -- Psychological, social, and functional manifestations of orthopaedic trauma and traumatic brain injury * -- Imaging of spinal trauma -- Pathophysiology and emergent treatment of spinal cord injury -- The timing of management of spinal cord injuries -- Craniocervical injuries -- Subaxial cervical spine trauma -- Thoracolumbar fractures -- Fractures in the ankylosed spine -- Osteoporotic spinal fractures -- Avoiding complications in spine trauma patients -- Principles of orthotic management -- Pelvic ring injuries -- Surgical treatment of acetabular fractures -- Fractures and dislocations of the hand -- Fractures and dislocations of the carpus -- Fractures of the distal radius -- Diaphyseal fractures of the forearm -- Trauma to the adult elbow and fractures of the distal humerus -- Fracture of the humeral shaft -- Proximal humerus fractures and glenohumeral dislocations -- Fractures and dislocations of the clavicle -- Scapula and rib fractures -- Replantation -- Hip dislocations -- Medical management of the patient with hip fracture -- Intracapsular hip fractures -- Intertrochanteric hip fractures -- Posttraumatic reconstruction of the hip joint -- Subtrochanteric fractures of the femur -- Femoral shaft fractures -- Fractures of the distal femur -- Patella fractures and extensor mechanism injuries -- Knee dislocations and soft tissue injuries -- Tibial plateau fractures -- Malunions and nonunions about the knee -- Tibial shaft fractures -- Fractures of the tibial pilon -- Malleolar fractures and soft tissue injuries of the ankle -- Foot injuries -- Posttraumatic reconstruction of the foot and ankle -- Periprosthetic fractures of the lower extremity -- Principles of deformity correction -- Limb salvage and reconstruction -- Amputations in trauma.
  • Richard LeBlond.
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  • Kahana, Madelyn.
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  • Richard B. Berry, Mary H. Wagner.
    Digital : ClinicalKey2015
  • Li, Hsueh-Yu.
  • [edited by] Mark Feldman, Lawrence S. Friedman, Lawrence J. Brandt.
    Digital : ClinicalKey2016
    V. 1: -- Sect. I: Biology of the gastrointestinal tract -- Sect. II: Nutrition in gastroenterology -- Sect. III: Symptoms, signs, and biopsychosocial issues -- Sect. IV: Topics involving multiple organs -- Sect. V: Esophagus -- Sect. VI: Stomach and duodenum -- Sect. VII: Pancreas -- Sect. VIII: Biliary tract -- V. 2: -- Sect. IX: Liver -- Sect. X: Small and large intestine -- Sect. XI: Additional treatments for patients with gastrointestinal and liver disease.
  • E. Christopher Orton, Eric Monnet ; illustrated by Molly Borman, Thomas O. McCracken.
    Digital : Wiley2018
    Cardiopulmonary function / Orton -- Cardiopulmonary monitoring and supportive care / Orton -- Instrumentation / Orton -- Thoracotomy / Orton -- Sternotomy / Orton -- Minimally-invasive thoracic surgery / Monnet, Orton -- Thoracostomy and pleural drainage / Monnet -- Thoracic wall / Monnet -- Pleural effusions / Monnet -- Pneumothorax / Monnet -- Thymoma and mediastinal masses / Monnet -- Esophagus / Orton -- Vascular ring anomalies / Monnet -- Trachea / Monnet -- Lung / Monnet -- Diaphragm / Orton -- Pericardium / Monnet, Orton -- Strategies for cardiac surgery / Orton -- Patent ductus arteriosus / Orton -- Pulmonary and aortic valves / Orton -- Tricuspid and mitral valves / Orton -- Congenital septal defects / Orton -- Cor triatriatum and double-chambered right ventricle / Orton -- Cardiac neoplasia / Orton -- Epicardial pacemaker implantation / Monnet.
  • Ball, Catherine A.
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    Describes the application of microarray gene expression data analysis tools provided by the Stanford Microarray Database.
  • [edited by] Peter J. Davis, Franklyn P. Cladis.
    Digital : ClinicalKey2017
    1. Special characteristics of pediatric anesthesia -- 2. Behavioral development -- 3. Respiratory physiology -- 4. Cardiovascular physiology -- 5. Regulation of fluids and electrolytes -- 6. Thermoregulation: physiology and perioperative disturbances -- 7. Developmental pharmacology -- 8. Intravenous agents -- 9. Inhaled anesthetic agents -- 10. Local anesthetic agents -- 11. Opiods -- 12. Neuromuscular blocking agents -- 13. Anesthetic adjuncts -- 14. Psychological aspects of pediatric anesthesia -- 15. Perioperative preparation -- 16. Equipment -- 17. Pediatric anesthesia monitoring -- 18. Airway management -- 19. Induction, maintenance, and recovery -- 20. Blood conservation and transfusion medicine -- 21. Pain management -- 22. Regional anesthesia -- 23. Neonatology for anesthesiologists -- 24. Anesthesia for general surgery in the neonate -- 25. Anesthesia for fetal surgery -- 26. Anesthesia for congenital heart surgery -- 27. Congenital cardiac anesthesia: nonbypass procedures -- 28. Anesthesia for neurosurgery -- 29. Anesthesia for thoracic surgery -- 30. Anesthesia for general abdominal and urologic surgery -- 31. Anesthesia for pediatric otorhinolaryngologic surgery -- 32. Anesthesia for pediatric plastic surgery -- 33. Anesthesia for pediatric orthopedic surgery -- 34. Anesthesia for ophthalmic surgery -- 35. Anesthesia for organ transplantation -- 36. Anesthesia for conjoined twins -- 37. Anesthesia for the pediatric trauma patient -- 38. Anesthesia for burn injuries -- 39. Anesthesia for pediatric dentistry -- 40. Anesthesia and sedation for pediatric procedures outside the operating room -- 41. Pediatric sedation -- 42. Anesthesia for same-day surgery -- 43. Anesthesia for surgical missions -- 44. Endocrine disorders -- 45. Respiratory disorders -- 46. Cardiovascular disorders -- 47. Hematology and coagulation disorders -- 48. Oncologic disorders -- 49. Genetic muscle disorders -- 50. Malignant hyperthermia -- 51. Pediatric obesity -- 52. Special pediatric disorders -- 53. Dermatology for the anesthesiologist -- 54. Cardiopulmonary resuscitation -- 55. Critical care medicine -- 56. Cardiac intensive care unit -- 57. Safety and outcome in pediatric anesthesia -- 58. History of pediatric anesthesia -- 59. Medicolegal and ethical aspects -- 60. Statistics -- 60a. Pediatric drug dosages -- 60b. Growth curves -- 60c. Normal pulmonary function values -- 60d. Index of syndromes and their pediatric anesthetic implications -- Abbreviations.
  • John M. Graham, Jr., Pedro A. Sanchez-Lara.
    Digital : ClinicalKey2016
  • David, Sean P.
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  • Flaherty, Brian; Holland, Michael James; Yemane, Lahia.
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  • Jean Carruthers, Alastair Carruthers, Jeffrey S. Dover, Murad Alam.
    Digital : ClinicalKey2017
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  • John J. Murphy, PhD.
    We know that children need lots of positive strokes, but all too often therapists focus on problems. In this compelling demonstration, see John Murphy encourage a family to recognize successes and focus on small changes for the future. The two boys, ages eight and ten, are struggling with fighting and turning in homework, leaving their single mother overwhelmed and discouraged. Watch as Dr. Murphy transforms this family's discouragement into encouragement, building on their strengths and validating their successes. Jon Carlson and Don Keat introduce Dr. Murphy, and facilitate an in-depth discussion of the further impact and uses of the model. Keywords: solution, child, school, counselor, children, brothers, siblings, fighting, fight, homework, school work, Counseling, counselling, Social Work, Social Worker, Therapy, Psychotherapy,, Therapist.--Supplied by publisher.
  • Insoo Kim Berg, LCSW.
    As the name implies, Solution-Focused Therapy emphasizes clients' existing strengths and skills instead of problems and psychopathology. In this video, Berg demonstrates her uniquely optimistic and supportive therapy style, and her faith that however difficult or desperate the client's situation appears to be, by tapping into the clients' internal resources she can help them make positive changes in their lives. See how effectively she connects with the client, using her language, tracking how the client frames her problems, and mirroring her skills and assets. Hosts Jon Carlson and Diane Kjos introduce Berg and facilitate an enlightening discussion, which sheds light on the subtle nuances of this seemingly simplistic approach. If you've heard of Solution Focused Therapy, or even read some of Insoo's books, but never had a chance to see her in action, you're in for a real treat. Her style is unique, but her optimism is almost contagious. Even if her approach is quite different from how you typically work, you will surely find something from watching her that you can use or be inspired by. Keywords: Insoo, Kim, Berg, solution, focused, SFT, brief, Counseling, counselling, Social Work, Social Worker, Therapy, Psychotherapy,, Therapist.--Supplied by publisher.
  • Bill O'Hanlon, LMFT.
    How do people get happy? That is the question that inspired pioneer Bill O'Hanlon to become a therapist and devote his life to respectfully and effectively helping people change through Solution-Oriented Therapy. Unlike many therapies that tend to focus on problems and explanations, Solution-Oriented Therapy (also known as Possibility Therapy) is an exciting, optimistic, and non-pathologizing model that taps into people's potential to change. Pam is a woman in her thirties who lives at home with her retired father, Adrian, and her working mother, Judy. Adrian and Judy are fed up with the way Pam always slams doors, mumbles, and walks away when they ask her questions or tell her what to do. According to Adrian, "She won't talk to us about nothing!" In this live family therapy session, O'Hanlon helps this struggling family improve their communication by shining a light on their habitual interactional patterns, thus enabling them to begin to relate to each other more effectively. As O'Hanlon warmly engages and gently challenges each family member, he demonstrates some of the key aspects of Solution-Oriented Therapy, such as: attending primarily to the present and future, acknowledging feelings, the three key components of change, and focusing on exceptions and possibilities. If you're serious about helping your clients change, take advantage of this opportunity to learn from one of the most optimistic, dynamic, and inspirational therapists of our time. Part of the 10-video series: Family Therapy with the Experts. Keywords: SFT, solution, solution-focused, developmental, delay, family, pragmatic, practical, problem solving, Counseling, counselling, Social Work, Social Worker, Therapy, Psychotherapy,, Therapist.--Supplied by publisher.
  • Robinson, Thomas N.
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  • volume editors, Marc A. Huntoon, Honorio T. Benzon, Samer Narouze ; video editor, Samer Narouze.
    Digital : ClinicalKey2012
    Sect. I. General considerations. 1. History of spine injections / Sheryl L. Johnson and Kevin E. Vorenkamp -- 2. Therapeutic agents for spine injection: local anesthetics, steroids, and contrast media / Matthew J. Pingree and Marc A. Huntoon -- 3. Fluoroscopy, ultrasonography, computed tomography, and radiation safety / Stanley Golovac -- Sect. II. Peripheral nerve blocks. 4. Differential diagnostic nerve blocks / Jerald Garcia, I. Elias Veizi, and Salim M. Hayek -- 5. Head and neck blocks / Samer Narouze -- 6. Upper extremity peripheral nerve blockade / Hugh M. Smith and Christopher M. Duncan -- 7. Lower limb blacks / Padraig Mahon and Colin J.L. McCartney -- 8. Cervical and lumbar sympathetic blocks / Samer Narouze and Sean Graham -- 9. Nerve destruction for the alleviation of visceral pain / Kacey A. Montgomery and Robert W. Hurley -- 10. Peripheral applications of ultrasonography for chronic pain / Philip Peng -- Sect. III. Injections for back pain. 11. Therapeutic epidural injections: interlaminar and transoraminal / Marc A. Huntoon and Abram H. Burgher -- 12. Facet (zygapophyseal) intraarticular joint injections: cervical, lumbar, and thoracic / Jason E. Pope and Jianguo Cheng -- 13. Medial branch blocks: cervical, thoracic, and lumbar / Seth A. Waldman, Vinita Parikh, and Dawood Sayed -- 14. Radiofrequency rizotomy for facet syndrome / Jan van Zundert ... [et al.] -- 15. Sacroiliac joint injections and lateral branch blocks, including water-cooled neurotomy / Bryan S. Williams -- 16. Pulsed radiofrequency / Khalid Malik and Honorio T. Benzon -- 17. Discogenic pain and discography for spinal injections / Stanley Golovac -- 18. Minimally invasive intradiscal procedures for the treatment of discogenic lower back and leg pain / Leonardo Kapural and Dawn A. Sparks -- 19. Vertebral augmentation / Tristan C. Pico, Basem Hamid, and Allen W. Burton -- 20. Ultrasound-guided lumbar spine injections / Manfred Greher -- 21. Ultrasound-guided cervical spine injections / Samer Narouze -- 22. Musculoskeletal injections: iliopsoas, quadratus lumborum, piriformis, and trigger point injections / Anne Marie McKenzie-Brown, Kiran Chekka, and Honorio T. Benzon -- 23. Ultrasound-guided and fluoroscopically guided joint injections / Steve J. Wisniewski and Mark-Friedrich B. Hurdle.
  • [edited by] Alexander R. Vaccaro, Eli M. Baron.
    Digital : ScienceDirect2018
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    Closed cervical skeletal tong placement and reduction techniques -- Halo placement in the pediatric and adult patient -- Anterior odontoid resection : the transoral approach -- Odontoid screw fixation -- Anterior C1-C2 arthrodesis : lateral approach of Barbour and Whitesides -- Anterior cervical corpectomy/diskectomy -- Anterior resection of ossification of the posterior longitudinal ligament -- Cervical total disk replacement -- Occipital-cervical fusion -- C2 translaminar screw fixation -- Posterior C1-C2 fusion : harms and Magerl techniques -- Cervical spine : lateral mass screw fixation -- Cervical pedicle screw fixation -- Posterior cervical osteotomy techniques -- Posterior cervical laminoplasty -- Posterior cervical foraminotomy, microdiskectomy -- Subaxial cervical trauma classification and treatment -- Anterior thoracic diskectomy and corpectomy -- Anterior thoracolumbar spinal fusion via open approach for idiopathic scoliosis -- Operative management of scheuermann kyphosis -- Resection of intradural intramedullary or extramedullary spinal tumors -- Endoscopic thoracic diskectomy -- Vertical expandable prosthetic titanium rib opening wedge thoracostomy for congenital spinal deformities -- Posterior thoracolumbar fusion techniques for adolescent idiopathic scoliosis -- Thoracoplasty for rib deformity -- Complete vertebral resection for primary spinal tumors -- Surgical treatment of arachnoid cysts -- The adult surgical management of syringomyelia -- Surgical treatment of dural arteriovenous fistulas and arteriovenous malformations -- Adult scoliosis : classification and treatment -- Spinopelvic balance : preoperative planning and calculation -- Sacropelvic fixation -- Posterior far lateral diskectomy -- The lateral extracavitary approach for vertebrectomy -- Pedicle subtraction osteotomy for fixed sagittal imbalance -- Spondylolysis repair -- Surgical treatment of high-grade spondylolisthesis -- Interspinous process motion-sparing implant -- Anterior lumbar interbody fusion -- Transforaminal lumbar interbody fusion -- The transpsoas approach for thoracolumbar interbody fusion -- Lumbar total disk arthroplasty -- Kyphoplasty -- Minimally invasive exposure techniques of the lumbar spine -- Hemivertebrae resection -- Lumbar internal laminectomy -- Cortical screw fixation in the lumbar spine -- Spinal navigation : setup and workflow -- Thoracolumbar trauma classification and surgical treatment -- Sacral fixation -- Minimally invasive sacroiliac joint fusion.
  • Scott, Susan.
    "Presented by the Stanford Spiritual Care Program. Maintaining our quality of life as we age means expanding our spiritual and emotional horizons even as we optimize our physical health. The staff chaplains of Stanford Hospital and Clinics will share their learning and reflections, teach nurturing life practices and facilitate conversations filled with meaning"--Website.
  • "Cindy Flynn survived a heart attack at age 50, but nearly two decades later, a heart transplant was her only option. During her stay at Stanford, her treatment included visits from the hospital's Spiritual Care Service team"--Website.
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  • Jacob Moreno.
    The first part of the film is an introduction to the warming up and subsequent transfer of simple spontaneity states, such as a sculptress starting a new creation in clay, or a mother visiting her daughter at boarding school. The next part is a therapeutic film. A young woman from a well-to-do home, but with a history of emotional instability and a poor responses to previous social demands, learns how to become a waitress. The film shows her development in the skills necessary for this profession before, during, and after the psychodramatic treatment. Records of every session were made, including criticism by the other students, and analysis by the director, Zerka Moreno. Introduction to Psychodrama (around 1942) In this film, Moreno demonstrates basic techniques such as self-realization, doubling, and role-reversal, using actual students from his Beacon training school. We see Moreno's powerful and unique style as his concepts come to life on stage. Keywords: Moreno, psychodrama, drama, therapy, psychotherapy, sociometry, Jacob, Zerka, Counseling, counselling, Social Work, Social Worker, Therapy, Psychotherapy,, Therapist.--Supplied by publisher.
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  • [edited by] Bruce Reider, Michael A. Terry, Matthew T. Provencher.
    Digital : ClinicalKey2010
  • John C. Norcross, PhD.
    Years of research by Dr. Norcross and his colleagues have helped to identify the stages people go through in addressing and confronting addictions. In a psychotherapy based on this model, strategies and relationship stances are matched to the individual client's stage. See Dr. Norcross demonstrate the Stages of Change model in this video as he works with an African-American client who is in early recovery from cocaine addiction and contemplating changing his use of alcohol. Jon Carlson and Judy Lewis introduce Dr. Norcross, and facilitate an in-depth discussion of the further impact and uses of the model. Keywords: stages, change, Norcross, addictions, addiction, brief, therapeutic relationship, Counseling, counselling, Social Work, Social Worker, Therapy, Psychotherapy,, Therapist.--Supplied by publisher.
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  • 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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    Introduction to STATA, an integrated statistical package for data analysis, data management, and graphics.
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