Student Resources: Nursing Procedures
learning to perform nursing procedures correctly and safely is imperative for nursing students. practice, persistence, and keen attention to detail are key. in learning to competently perform procedures, practice does indeed make perfect. for visual learners, watching videos can be very helpful prior to practicing the procedure. the following are some excellent free instructional resources i have come across on the web:
nursing online video lessons
meant for nursing assistant training, but an excellent resource for nursing students also.
assorted nursing procedure videos
from saddleback.edu - great find!
hacc nursing 103
videos on bandaging, bedmaking, nursing skills, physical assessment, positioning, iv therapy, medication administration, ng tubes
hacc nursing 205
ng tubes, wound packing
nursing videos from university of manitoba
instructional video clips for nursing students by a nursing instructor
nursing procedure videos from the us army:
nursing fundamentals – i videos
nursing fundamentals – ii videos
nursing care of the surgical patient videos
im, subq, and intradermal injections
scrub, gown, and glove procedures
obstetric and newborn care
obstetric and newborn care - ii
clinical skills videos
clinical skills videos for medical students. of interest to nurses will be the venipuncture, urethral catheterization and ng tube insertion videos, but there are others as well that are done by physicians that might interest you. there are also videos of physical exam techniques. the videos can be downloaded to palm pdas.
colostomy/ ostomy care:
hollister instructional video modules – excellent resource!
living with an ostomy video
preparing the patient for colostomy care – a lesson well-learned
hydrogels, hydrocolloids, foams
wound vac video
wound vac change
caring for pressure ulcers pt 1of 4
caring for pressure ulcers pt 2 of 4
caring for pressure ulcers pt 3 of 4
caring for pressure ulcers pt 4 of 4
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