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- by waterlily777 Jul 20, '08I just wasted half an hour searching youtube for cool, interesting, good, and educational, videos about nursing, nurses, and the medical field etc.
After having to sort through all the sex related "hot nurse" options and such, I thought I'd better consult my fellow allnurses.com members for some decent links...
Please post links to your favorite youtube selections that are relevant to nursing, and I will forever be in your debt. :heartbeat
- Jul 20, '08 by waterlily777I wish it was for an assignment, that would mean I am actually in nursing school, but I am just an RN hopeful for now...
No particular topic, even though I have a sweet spot for emergency nursing... I am looking for videos that are a window into the real world of nursing, both the science of it, technique demonstrations, day to day duties, nursing "issues", etc.
Thanks for your reply!
- Jul 21, '08 by Annony RNYou'll see by my choices that I don't always take nursing to seriously. That was sooo 10 years ago, LOL.
A bit about the heart works- or sometimes doesn't work right. He demonstrates the pumping actions that go with various EKG rythms (arms=atria, legs=ventricles) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xeEcj...eature=related
After you're a little familiar with differnet rythms check out this one (and be sure to see it again when you learn EKGs in school, you'll really appreciate the brilliant humour!) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GVxJJ2DBPiQ One of my all time favourites!
For the ER nurses- http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bosehn85_0c
I LOVE the amateur transplants! especially-
Anaesthetists Hymn- http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Xl9tus8EBlI
and The Drugs Song- http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KXROnzpsrlg (a whole pharm course in under 2 minutes- and ortho and OR nurses will love the end!) *warning contains one naughty word at the end!* check out some of their other medical videos
- Jul 21, '08 by CirculatorRNStrugglingnurse that is too cool I forgot about that. I circulated a case on that site that will show on July 30th. I work at the Medical College of Georgia, we have 1 of only a handful of ENT surgeons that perform minimally invasive thyroidectomies.