Mosby's Physical Examination Video Series: Set of 15 DVDs
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As a set or individually, this completely revised, 15-part video series provides a visual presentation on how to perform a complete and effective physical examination. The videos demonstrate physical examination techniques of the adult for each body system, with highlighted lifespan variations. Each 12-25-minute video is enhanced by computer animation, introductory remarks and narration, breath and heart sounds where applicable, and a focus on the interactions between examiner and patient. A separate Putting It All Together video presents a full, head-to-toe examination of the adult, summarizing the key steps in one complete exam.Table of Contents
New to This Edition
- Completely revised physical examination sequences of the normal adult.
- Videos feature the same patients and examiners who appear in the still photographs in the Seidel text for continuity.
- Examination content is faster 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 techniques and findings for pediatric and geriatric patients.
- 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.
By Henry M. Seidel, MD, Professor Emeritus of Pediatrics, The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, Baltimore, MD; Jane W. Ball, RN, DrPH, CPNP, NAP, Executive Director, National Resource Center, Children's National Medical Center, Washington, DC; Joyce E. Dains, DrPH, JD, RN, FNP, BC, NAP, Manager, Professional Education for Prevention and Early Detection Program, The University of Texas, MD Anderson Cancer Center, Houston, TX; and G. William Benedict, MD, PhD, Assistant Professor, Medicine, The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, Baltimore, MD