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  • 1. EMERGENCY AND ICU PROCEDURES Emergency room and intensive care patient procedures * Abdominal radiograph, how to read an * Acid-base balance * Airway Suction * Ankle Block * Anorectal examination, how to do an * Anterior Sciatic Nerve Block Parafemoral Technique * Arterial Lines * Assessment of anesthetic risk * Axillary Brachial Plexus Block * Axillary Nerve Block * Bleeding per rectum * Bleeding, lower gastrointestinal tract * Bleeding, post-op * Bleeding, upper gastrointestinal tract * Blood transfusion * Breech Birth * Calcium * Calcium, hypercalcemia * Calcium, hypocalcemia * Cardiovascular Overview * Cardioversion
  • 2. * Carpal Tunnel Repair * Central IV Access * Central Lines * Central line, how to insert a * Central Venous Catheter Line Change * Central Venous Catheter Port Designation * Central Venous Catheter Site Dressing * Cesarean Section * Chest Pain * Chest Tube * Chest Tube Insertion * Chest-Tubes * Cleaning Of Electrical Equipment Contaminated With Body Products * Combined Lumbar Plexus - Sciatic Blocks * Combined Spinal-Epidural Anesthesia * Conscious Sedation - Help guide for Interns * Continuous Femoral Nerve Block * Continuous Infraclavicular Brachial Plexus Block * Continuous Interscalene Brachial Plexus Block * Continuous Popliteal Nerve Block: Intertendinous Approach * Continuous Popliteal Nerve Block: Lateral Approach * Continuous Sciatic Block * Continuous Sciatic Block - Posterior Approach * Cooling Of Patients
  • 3. * CPAP Face Masks * Cricothyroidotomy * Cricothyrotomy * Cricothyrotomy, Needle with Jet Insufflation * CVP * Deep Cervical Plexus Block * Defibrillation * Dental Nerve Blocks - Toothache remedies for the acute-care setting. * Digital Nerve Block * Digital Nerve Block * Digital Nerve Block - Digital nerve blockade is simple and easyto perform and provides useful analgesia for a variety of minor surgical procedures.The technique is essentially the same for fingers and toes. * Drawing ABG's/Analysis * Drawing Blood Cultures * Drawing Blood from a Central Line * Drawing Blood from a Central Venous Catheter * Drawing Blood Samples from a Radial / Femoral Arterial Lines on Adult Patients * Dressing Changes To Radial / Femoral Arterial Lines * ECP Accreditation * Electricity In ICU/CCU * Emergency Defibrillation * Emergency Defibrillation * Emergency Intubation * Emergency Medicine Mnemonics
  • 4. * Enteral Feeding * Epidural Anesthesia * Episiotomy * Esophageal Tracheal Intubation * Examine a lump, how to * Examine an ulcer, how to * Femoral Nerve Block * Femoral Nerve Block * Fluids, IV * Genitofemoral Block * Hand Splint * Head Injury Principles * Head Tilt-Chin Lift * Heparin Lock For Central Venous Catheter Lines * High Oxygen Delivery * Humidification - Aerosol and Nebulizers * Hypercalcemia * Hyperkalemia * Hypernatremia * Hypocalcemia * Hypodermoclysis * Hypodermoclysis Technique * Hypokalemia * Hyponatremia
  • 5. * IABP Review * Ineffective Oxygen Delivery * Infraclavicular Brachial Plexus Block * Insertion Of An Arterial Line * Insertion Of Nasogastric Tube * Internal Jugular Vein Canulation * Interscalene Block * Intra-Abdominal PressureMonitoring * Intraosseous Access * Intraosseous Access * Intravenous Access * Intravenous Fluids * Intravenous Regional Nlock (Bier block) * Intubation, Nasotracheal * Intubation: Stomal * Intubations * IV Access * Jaw Thrust * LBH Clinical Practice Manual * Low Oxygen Delivery * Low urine output, how to manage a * Lumbar Plexus Block * Lumbar Puncture * Maintenance Of The Bed Area
  • 6. * Mandibular Nerve Block - A new local anesthetic block technique to anaesthetize the inferior alveolar nerve (V3), a branch of the mandibular division of the Trigeminal or 5th. cranial nerve, is described. * Maxillary Nerve Block: The Pterygopalitine Canal Approach - Journal of the California Dental Association * Median Nerve Block * Medication Administration, MARK I Nerve Agent Antidote Kit * Medication Administration, Midazolam * Medication Administration, Rectal Valium * Metacarpal Nerve Block * Moderate Oxygen Delivery * Monitoring Alarm Parameters * Monitoring Alarms - ICU/CCU * Nasogastric tube, how to insert a * Nasopharyngeal Airway * NCCLS Procedure for One Touch II Data Dock Blood Glucose Monitoring System * Needle Thoracentesis * Nursing Management: Continuous Positive Airway Pressure Oxygen Therapy (CPAP). * Obturator Block * Oropharyngeal Airway * Orotracheal Intubation * Oxygen Delivery * Pacemakers * PA-Lines * Patient Receiving Venti atory Assistance l
  • 7. * Peripheral IV Access * PICC Line * Plasmapheresis * Popliteal Block: Intertendinous (Posterior) Approach * Popliteal Block: Lateral Approach * Popliteal Block: Lithotomy (supine) Approach * Positive Pressure Ventilation * Potassium, hyperkalemia * Potassium, hypokalemia * Procedure - Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm 1 * Procedure - Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm 2 * Pulmonary Capillary Wedge Pressure Measure * Pulmonary embolus * Pulse Oximetry * Radial Artery Puncture * Radial Nerve Block * Removal of Arterial Line * Removal of Central Venous Line * Saphenous Block * Sciatic Nerve Block: Anterior Approach * Sciatic Nerve Block: Posterior Approach * Securing and Care of Endotracheal Tubes (ETT's) * Sedation and Paralysis
  • 8. * Sedation of Patients in Intensive Care Unit Anesthesiology - Med students of The Federal University of Rio de Janeiro * Sengstaken-Blakemore Tube * Sepsis * Setup and Insertion of Central Venous Catheter * Setup and Insertion of Pulmonary Artery Catheter * Sewing a Wound Closed * Signs and Symptoms Web Resources Page: Bibliography for several emergency medicine signs and symptoms * Snakebite Treatment * Sodium, hypernatremia * Sodium, hyponatremia * Spinal Anesthesia * Streptokinase * Suctioning A Patient With A Tracheostomy Tube * Suctioning A Patient With An Endotracheal Tube (ETT) * Superficial Cervical Plexus Block * Supraclavicular Interscalene Block * Thoracic Paravertebral Block * Thoracic Paravertebral Block: Continuous * Thoraco-Lumbar Paravertebral Block * Total Parenteral Nutrition * Tracheostomy Dressing * Transcutaneous Cardiac Pacing * Transfer of Patients to Other Ward Areas
  • 9. * Transfusion reactions * Transfusion, blood * Transfusion, massive * Ulnar Nerve Block * Umbilical Artery Catheter * Umbilical Vein Catheter * Underwater Seal Drainage * Vaginal Birth * Ventilator Circuit Setups and Assembly * Ventilator Emergency * Vents and ABG's * Wrist Block