Cautionary Warning for Gastric Bypass Patients Very important complication for Laproscopic Gastric Bypass patients. Please, please see your Bariatric Surgeon if you have recurrent, severe upper abdominal pain! ******NOTE: this type of hernia is know as a Peterson's Hernia.******
2-year-old medical marijuana cardholder Two-year-old Cash Hyde, who battled a brain tumor at age 1, is one of Montana's youngest medical marijuana patients. KPAX-TV's Allyson Weller reports.
Sparks The Rescue 'Nurse! Nurse! (I'm Loosing My Patients)'
Patients Test an Advanced Prosthetic Arm By Emily Singer - Tuesday, February 10, 2009 A new surgical technique, developed by scientists at the Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago, allows patients who have lost arms to use residual nerve signals to control a prosthetic limb. This video shows three patients testing a prototype limb being developed by DARPA. The patients can perform complex tasks, including picking up a cup, grasping a cracker without breaking it, and putting a spoon in a cup. Video by DEKA Research and Development, and The Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago
Health literacy and patient safety: Help patients understand This video is part of a health literacy educational toolkit developed by the American Medical Association Foundation. For more information about their health literacy resources, visit /go/healthliteracy
Study: Alzheimer's Patients Say They Do Not Have Alzheimer's Interviews with Alzheimer's patients indicated that an overwhelming majority are, in fact, perfectly fine.
Patient Haunting footage of mental patients from the 1940's and 50's. Music is "Never Forgive Me, Never Forget Me" by Akira Yamaoka
Counseling patients about HPV A video primer for clinicians on effective patient counseling for HPV and genital warts from the American Social Health Association. Includes talking points on relationships, incidence and prevalence, vaccines, and HPV's natural history. This video was made possible by an unrestricted educational grant from Merck & Co., Inc.
Federal Medical Marijuana Patient Irv Rosenfeld Only 5 patients remain of the original group of medical marijuana patients and Irv shows the pot and talks about his illness. Cannabis was made illegal because the paper industry was split between the hemp and the wood pulp factions. The wood pulp people had more money and won, which caused a negative ripple effect in our society such as the loss of a valuable medicine. Since the prohibition of cannabis began the cancer rates have grown at an alarming rate. Cannabis is used for thousands of purposes and it's loss of use has caused great hardship to everyone. It is time for truth to prevail and prohibition to stop.
New Tests and Treatments for Patients with Colorectal Cancer George Fisher, gastroenterology oncology specialist and professor at the Stanford University Medical Center, reviews some of the recent successes in colorectal cancer research. In the United States, colorectal cancer is the fourth most common cancer and the second leading cause of death from cancer. Advances in imaging, genetics, molecular diagnostics, surgical techniques and chemotherapy are having a significant effect on our ability to prevent, diagnose and treat this serious disease. Learn about these advances and Dr. Fishers vision of future care based on current research.
Patients - Body Song Another Project of Ben Cooper, the voice of Radical Face and Electric President. All Rights Reserved: Patients - Thank You For Participating - 04. Body Song Check out the whole album in my channel.
Profits Over Patients: The Rick Scott Story This rare two-minute long television show, dubbed the Fraud Files, details Florida gubernatorial candidate Rick Scott's lengthy record of unethical business practices.
Factors That Contribute to Blood Loss in Patients With Colonic Angiodysplasia From... Drs. Naomi G. Diggs and Lisa L. Strate discuss their m***cript "Factors That Contribute to Blood Loss in Patients With Colonic Angiodysplasia From a Population-Based Study." To view the print version of this abstract go to tiny.cc Clinical Gastroenterology and Hepatology: AT
Weight Bias in Health Care Overweight and obese patients frequently feel stigmatized in health care settings, and face stereotypes and prejudice from health care providers. These stigmatizing experiences (also called 'weight bias') jeopardize patients' emotional and physical health. The Rudd Center for Food Policy and Obesity at Yale University () has released this new video in response to a growing concern about weight bias in health care. The video, hosted by celebrity and activist Emme and featuring Rudd Center experts including Dr. Rebecca Puhl and Dr. Kelly Brownell, uses expert commentary and dramatic representation to increase awareness of bias and stigma that overweight and obese patients encounter in health care. Equally importantly, the video presents a range of practical strategies to help providers reduce bias in their clinical practice, and to optimize the health care experience for their overweight and obese patients.
Patient Perspectives 2 - Nurses The second in the "Patient Perspectives" series-- a tribute to the amazing work nurses do every day. For more information about nursing, and free materials, please visit:
Hispanic Ethnic Rhinoplasty Patient Before and After African American Rhinoplasty This is my rhinoplasty before and after video Watch my experience from initial consult to final result as I have an ethnic rhinoplasty procedure performed by Dr. Paul S. Nassif of Spalding Drive Cosmetic Surgery & Dermatology located in Beverly Hills. The results are incredible! It's like a dream come true. I am so happy that I chose Dr. Nassif as my surgeon. He is truly a gifted and wonderful surgeon. There where many procedures performed to get the incredible results I received including Deep Temporalis Fascia Harvesting Septoplasty Turbinoplasty Open Rhinoplasty Nasal Smas Excicion Vestibular Tissue Release Tip Cartilage Contouring / Cephalic Trim Columella Strut Placement Shield Graft Ear (conchal) Cartilage Harvest Rim Graft Osteotomies Narrowing of Nasal Dorsum Build up of Radix & Dorsum (cartilage and fascia grafts) Alar Base Reduction Rhinoplasty in Los Angeles also specializes in ethnic rhinoplasty for African American, Hispanic and Asian patients. As part of his information campaign on cosmetic surgery in Beverly Hills, those who are interested in rhinoplasty and plastic surgery can get loads of up-to-date information straight from Dr. Nassif through his websites Media Page. This web page contains articles written by Dr. Nassif that have been published in famous plastic surgery journals and books. The Media Page also contains actual rhinoplasty and revision rhinoplasty surgery captured on video. These videos were aired in Discovery ...
Patient Perspectives 3 - Nurses Patients, including a young leukemia patient, talk movingly about their relationship with nurses. For more information about nursing, and free materials, please visit:
Medical Tourism US patients prefer Wockhardt Hospitals India Visit - 43 million people in the US are without health insurance and the number is growing...reports Fox 11 News Channel from Los Angeles USA Some Americans are choosing a different course and taking their healthcare in their own hands and outsourcing it to foreign countries like India, where yoiu can treated at a fraction prices at the cost here.
euronews question for europe - Patient mobility The long-awaited European law on cross-border health care has now won the parliament's approval, reinforcing patients' rights. What are the basics?...
Rare disease - causing patients to turn to stone Its the story of patients who have disease causing their soft tissue - muscle, ligaments, tendons - to turn to literal stone. It's like their skeleton is forming a skeleton, which will eventually immobilize them.
Diabetes Patient Education Types of insulin Diabetes Patient Education Insulin is the hormone normally made in the pancreas that stimulates the flow of sugar - glucose - from the blood into the cells of the body. Glucose provides the cells with the energy they need to function. There are two main groups of insulins used in the treatment of diabetes human insulins and ***og insulins, made by recombinant DNA technology. The concentration of most insulins available in the United States is 100 units per milliliter. A milliliter is equal to a cubic centimeter. All insulin syringes are graduated to match this insulin concentration. There are four categories of insulins depending on how quickly they start to work in the body after injection: * Very rapid acting insulin * Regular, or Rapid acting insulins * Intermediate acting insulins * Long acting insulin. Diabetes Patient Education * In addition, some insulins are marketed mixed together in different proportions to provide both rapid and long acting effects. Certain insulins can also be mixed together in the same syringe immediately prior to injection. A very rapid acting form of insulin called Lispro insulin is marketed under the trade name of Humalog. A second form of very rapid acting insulin is called Aspart and is marketed under the trade name Novolog. Humalog and Novolog are: * clear liquids. * They begin to work 10 minutes after injection, * peak at 1 hour after injection, * and last 3-4 hours in the body. Diabetes Patient Education * Humalog and ...
Topsy | AIDS patients dramatic recovery Using an AIDS patients dramatic recovery to demonstrate the effect Topsy and its ARV treatment programme can have on those battling the advanced effects of HIV/Aids. When treated, a person on the verge of death can return to health in a matter of months.
Irvin Rosenfeld HB 5470 Michigan Medical Marijuana Testimony Mr. Rosenfeld from Patients Out of Time testifies before the State of Michigan Committee on Government Operations on Tuesday November 28th, 2006.
Things ER Patients say These are all true things that ER patients have really told me over the years.
JGD-Remedy For Depression Patients Jai Gurudev!!!! Talks of His Holiness Sri Sri Ravishankar founder Art Of Living,affectinaltely called as Guruji.Besides some AOl vdz,which are not copyright material and have been collected from various resources on net.The all time Guru of every religion every human being, the whole humanity.
Patient Lift Electric Patient Lift for transfering, and lifting the physically challenged from bed to wheelchair, or commode and back again, without any strain on the caregiver.
Vanderbilt LifeFlight - 23 Years - Patient Stories Vanderbilt LifeFlight, celebrating 23 years of service to the Middle Tennessee community, pays tribute to patients and their families in this touching video.
Hip Replacement PreOp® Patient Education http or bit.ly - Patient Education - Youdoctor has recommended that you undergo hip replacement surgery. But what exactly does that mean? The hip joint is the place where the thighbone - called the femur - and the hipbone - called the pelvis - meet. As you walk, the ball-shaped end of the thigh moves within a cuplike depression on the side of the hip. As long as the thigh can move smoothly against the hip, you are able to walk comfortably. But over time, especially in patients who suffer from arthritis or rheumatism, the hip joint can wear down. Cartilage, the tissue that cushions the bones and makes it possible for them to move smoothly against each other can wear away. When this happens, the bones rub together causing pain and even restricting the ability to walk. * In some cases, hip surgery is recommended for people who have suffered a hip fracture. * No matter what the cause, one of the most effective ways to fix a damaged hip is to replace it surgically. In this procedure, the ball-shaped bone at the top of the thigh is removed and replaced with a metal substitute. The hip socket is widened and lined with a smooth pad that allows the metal ball joint to move more freely against the pelvis. Hip replacement surgery is a major operation, but your doctor believes that the procedure -- followed up with physical therapy and time to heal -- will result in reduced pain and greater mobility. So make sure that you ask your doctor to carefully ...
Patient Adaline and Medical Intern Russ Wilson talk about NRCT at Abilities Expo Dr. Faith E. Leuschen, Total Body Balance Inc., to exhibit at Abilities Expo, the USA's Largest Event for People with disabilities in Los Angeles April 15-17 *** Master Trainer Dr. Leuschen of NRCT™, will be offering a free test for participants that have severe or chronic pain, numbness and tingling, and many symptoms related to Fibromyalgia, MS, Lupus, RSD, Rheumatoid Arthritis, post-stroke symptoms, Cerebral Palsy, Parkinson's Los Angeles, CA— Master Trainer Dr. Faith E. Leuschen of the Neurologic Relief Center Technique™, in Manhattan Beach, CA plans to exhibit at the Abilities Expo on Friday, April 15, through Sunday, April 17, 2010 at the Los Angeles Convention Center. Admission is free and show hours will be Friday 11 am to 5 pm, Saturday 10 am to 5 pm and Sunday 11 am to 4 pm. "We have been training interns on our NRCT™, who will become doctors in six months, to help us test as many patients as possible that could have meningeal compression (often caused by an encroachment or twisting on the three-membrane protective covering of the spinal cord and brain)," said Dr. Faith E. Leuschen, Total Body Balance Inc. "The staff and I are super excited to be able to exposed to and possible help many of the expected 17000 disabled people attending this event." According to the Expo coordinators, for more than three decades, Abilities Expo has succeeded in improving the lives of Americans with disabilities, their families, caregivers and healthcare professionals. This unique ...
Split brain behavioral experiments To reduce the severity of his seizures, Joe had the bridge between his left and right cerebral hemisphers (the corpus callosum) severed. As a result, his left and right brains no longer communicate through that pathway. Here's what happens as a result:
Emergency! 2 patients Gage and Desoto work to save a victim of a shooting and the person who shot them!
ALS Patient Story: Jimmy Everett Jimmy Everett, 55, is a high school assistant principal, coach, and self-described as "one of the best athletes in Tallahassee." He always liked to swim, run, play baseball and football, you name it, until he began to notice he couldnt keep up like he used to. After seeing a doctor, he heard, "We think you've got Lou Gehrig's." It was a shock to him and his new bride. Read the accompanying magazine article, "On Borrowed Time," published in Emory Health magazine, Fall 2009: whsc.emory.edu About This 6-Part Video Series ALS, also known as Lou Gehrigs Disease, affects the motor neurons, the cells that initiate and control movement of muscles. Listen to these Emory patients talk about their diagnosis with ALS and how they and their families are coping with the devastating disease. About ALS Commonly called Lou Gehrig's disease for the popular New York Yankees baseball player who died of it in 1941, ALS is a devastating disease that kills the motor neuron cells in the brain and spinal cord, causing the brain to lose ability to control muscles in the body. It inevitably leads to paralysis and problems with swallowing, eating, and breathing. The persons mental capacity remains intact, making the disease a cruel sentence for patients who are often otherwise healthy and active before being diagnosed. Related Links On borrowed time whsc.emory.edu Emory ALS Center www.neurology.emory.edu
Imaging Patients with Myelopathy July 6, 2007 presentation by Nancy Fischbein for the Stanford School of Medicine Medcast lecture series. Nancy Fischbein, MD, associate professor of neurosurgery, discusses the challenges of assessing spinal cord injury and the latest imaging techniques for diagnosis. Stanford University School of Medicine: med.stanford.edu Stanford University Channel on YouTube:
"Psychotherapy with Psychotic Patients" - Part 1 From the Australian Psycho***ytical Society - www.psycho***ysis.asn.au. Neville Symington introduces his talk "Psychotherapy with Psychotic Patients" in Sydney. Symington explains that communication with the patient has a healing function and explains the role of psycho***ysis in counselling.
Portrait of an Alzheimer's Patient During my grandfather's last few days at home before his admission into an assisted living home geared towards Alzheimer's patients, I made a short documentary. The video shows the dementia in a humorous, factual, and heart-touching way. Symptoms of dementia are listed throughout the video along with examples from my grandfather. My grandfather has since passed.
Scleroderma Patient Experiences A short film documenting the experiences of several patients undergoing experimental treatment for scleroderma. Physician interviews providing Information on the SCOT study and advances in research to treat and understand scleroderma provided.
Cruel Treatment of Medical Marijuana Patient CANNABIS CULTURE - An Okanagan care home resident with full body paralysis was confined to his bed against his will after his wheelchair was confiscated for a week - all because he smokes medical marijuana to relieve his Multiple Sclerosis.
Alzheimer's Association Education Video Do you know the 10 warning signs of Alzheimer's Disease? Are you aware of the plight of caregivers -- the friends and loved ones who care for Alzheimer's patients? These topics and more are covered in this presentation created by J-NEX Media for the Alzhemer's Association. For more information, please go to .
Money Talks: Profits Before Patient Safety This 50-minute documentary was created to give an in-depth, academic perspective on the questionable marketing tactics of the pharmaceutical industry, and features the commentary of investigative journalists and medical professionals including Dr. John Abramson, author of Overdosed America, and Prescription Access Litigation Project Director, Alex Sugerman-Brozan. Other notable interviewees include Dr. Bob Goodman of Columbia University, founder of the 'No Free Lunch' program, and Dr. Jerome Hoffman of UCLA Medical School.
guns and roses-patients like music? go to and there you will find ALL different types of music. you can also talk to your friends while u listen to it.
Split-Brain Patients Documentary. Another video about split brain research (presented at an undergraduate level). Left versus right hemispheres. Features Dr. Gazzaniga, leading scientist in split-brain research. Discussion about the "interpreter".
put some cream on my hemorrhoid and give me my valium, xtranormal nurse/patient xtranormal video, patient with several demands for her nurse