Category Archives: procedures

How CPR works?

CPR stands for Cardiopulmonary resuscitation and is a first aid technique used to save someone’s life in case of a cardiac arrest. During a cardiac arrest, the heart stops pumping blood to the body, and the person loses consciousness. CPR helps to maintain the blood flow to the body until medical help arrives. CPR involves… Read More »

Injection angles There are several techniques for administering injections, including: Intramuscular (IM) injections: These injections are given into a muscle, usually the deltoid muscle in the upper arm or the gluteal muscles in the buttocks. The needle is inserted at a 90-degree angle to the skin, and the medication is injected slowly. This technique is commonly… Read More »

Urinary bladder stone

Hi #medtwitter! Today #Scientissimum would like to show you a #urology case of huge urinary bladder stone removal. Bladder stones are small mineral deposits that can form in the bladder. In most cases bladder stones develop when the urine becomes very concentrated or when one is… — Scientissimum (@scientissimum) April 14, 2023

Surgical procedures

ENT Procedures Tracheostomy Dressing Nasopharyngeal Airway LBH Clinical Practice Manual Intubations Intubation: Stomal Head Tilt-Chin Lift Jaw Thrust  Cricothyroidotomy  Cricothyrotomy  Emergency Intubation  Oropharyngeal Airway  Orotracheal Intubation  Suctioning A Patient With A Tracheostomy Tube  Suctioning A Patient With An Endotracheal Tube (ETT)  Needle Thoracentesis  Episiotomy  Esophageal Tracheal Intubation  Positive Pressure Ventilation   General surgery procedures Sewing… Read More »

Pulmonary Procedures

Underwater Seal Drainage Ventilator Circuit Setups and Assembly Ventilator Emergency Vents and ABG’s Pulmonary Capillary Wedge Pressure Measure Pulmonary embolus Pulse Oximetry Oxygen Delivery Patient Receiving Ventilatory Assistance Moderate Oxygen Delivery Monitoring Alarm Parameters Monitoring Alarms – ICU/CCU Low Oxygen Delivery Ineffective Oxygen Delivery Humidification – Aerosol and Nebulizers High Oxygen Delivery Drawing ABG’s/Analysis Drawing… Read More »

Haematology Procedures

    Arterial Line Placement (Introduction)   Free video to show the arterial placement techniques published in The New England Journal of Medicine   by Ken Tegtmeyer, M.D., Glenn Brady, M.D., Susanna Lai, M.P.H., Richard Hodo, and Dana Braner, M.D Snakebite Treatment , Setup and Insertion of Central Venous Catheter , Setup and Insertion of… Read More »

General Topics

Colonoscopy – This endoscopic procedure examines the entire colon and rectum via the anus using a thin, flexible tube with a camera. It is the primary method for screening and diagnosing colorectal cancers. During a colonoscopy, polyps can also be removed for biopsy. Mammogram – This x-ray exam of the breasts is the standard screening… Read More »

Gastroenterology Procedures

The gastrointestinal (GI) tract is responsible for digesting food and absorbing nutrients in the body. Conditions affecting the GI tract are common, and often require procedures for accurate diagnosis and treatment. Here are some of the most common GI procedures performed: Endoscopy An endoscope allows internal examination of the upper or lower GI tract through… Read More »

Cardiovascular Procedures

  1. Cardiovascular Associates: This website provides information about common cardiovascular procedures. It offers procedure instructions and resources for patients[1]. 2. Dignity Health – Cardiovascular Procedures: Dignity Health’s website provides information on a wide range of cardiovascular treatments and procedures, from minimally invasive procedures to open heart surgery. It offers resources related to cardiovascular services[2].… Read More »

Anaesthesiology Procedures

Resuscitation Guidelines 2005 By the Resuscitation Council (UK) Wrist Block Radial Nerve Block Securing and Care of Endotracheal Tubes (ETT’s) Sedation and Paralysis Sedation of Patients in Intensive Care Unit Anesthesiology – Med students of The Federal University of Rio de Janeiro Sengstaken-Blakemore Tube Ulnar Nerve Block Popliteal Block: Intertendinous (Posterior) Approach Popliteal Block: Lateral… Read More »