Sweating or leaving your feet damp after showers can lead to athlete's foot, a skin rash that targets damp, covered areas. Learn about treating athlete's foot from a doctor in this medical how-to video.
Researchers have developed a new method that harnesses the power of augmented reality to detect a patient's heart rate using a Microsoft HoloLens and computer vision.
Learn How to draw Sulley and Mike from Monster University Movie Nearly 12 years after the film's release, Monsters, Inc. is scheduled for a 3D re-release on January 18, 2013, while a prequel, Monsters University, is scheduled a few months later with a June 21, 2013 release. For the full tutorial with step by step & speed control visit: how to draw.
In this medical-minded how-to from the folks at ICYou Health Videos, you'll learn how to tell whether you have hemorrhoids and, if you do, how to determine whether you should see a medical professional for treatment. For
This medical how-to video gives you tips on obtaining venous blood samples. Follow along and learn how to obtain blood samples with a venipuncture procedure. This procedure is very common in the medical field. To start venipuncture you need to have the needles, vacuum container, and blood tubes ready. Watch to learn the step by step process.
This medical how-to video demonstrates how to catheterize males and females with a Foley catheter. Follow along and learn how insert the catheter into a bladder using mannequins. The first part of the video shows a female Foley catheterization and the second half shows the male version of this medical procedure.
This video tutorial shows how to set up an intravenous line, or intravenous drip. Most are familiar with IVs, as a way of providing people undergoing medical treatment that are otherwise unable to ingest food with vital nutrients. Watch this educational medical science video and learn how to set up and insert an intravenous line.
This medical how-to video demonstrates how to perform a cast removal with a cast saw. Follow along and learn how to remove a wrist and forearm cast. The cast saw may appear dangerous but it is actually pretty safe to use. A cast should only be removed when the attending doctor deems it safe to do so. Note that this casting procedure is intended for medical professionals.
This medical how-to video demonstrates how-to suture an open wound. Follow along and learn the step by step process of closing open skin. Note that suturing should be performed by a medical professional.
This medical how-to video demonstrates the proper technique for evaluating a patient's shoulders. Follow along and learn how to do a shoulder physical examination. As with all examinations of the joints it is important to follow a standard routine including range of motion, inspection, and to compare the affected shoulder to the unaffected shoulder. Please note this instructional video is intended for medical professionals.
Venepuncture is the process of collecting venous blood. Or more simply, it's the process of drawing blood from a vein for medical testing. Watch this video medical health tutorial and learn how to prepare and perform venepuncture.
This how to video demonstrates how to do a male Foley catheter insertion. Before beginning any catheterization procedure make sure to properly identify the patient, wash your hands, and that all the supplies are handy. Watch and learn how to properly insert a Foley catheter in a man. This medical how-to video is intended for medical students and professionals.
This how to video demonstrates how to do a female Foley catheter insertion. Before beginning any catheterization procedure make sure to properly identify the patient, wash your hands, and that all the supplies are handy. Watch and learn how to properly insert a Foley catheter in a woman. This medical how-to video is intended for medical students and professionals.
Bennett's fracture takes place at the base of the thumb. It typically occurs when an individual falls on an outstretch hand. The force is directed this way; the fracture occurs here. Learn how to diagnose and treat a Bennett's fracture in this medical how-to video.
A dislocated shoulder involves movement of the ball of the humerus away from the ball and socket joint. Ninety-five percent of the time, it will come out anteriorly when an individual's arm is forcefully pushed backwards and rotated in such a way that the ligaments in the front of their shoulder tear and the ball will pop out the front of the shoulder. This is a very common injury seen in contact sports. Learn how to diagnose and treat a dislocated shoulder in this medical how-to video.
News: University of Washington Researchers Demo Ability to Generate 3D Augmented Reality Content from 2D Images
After joining Google and Huawei in underwriting the UW Reality Lab at the University of Washington in January, it appears Facebook is already seeing a return on its donation.
News: This Theater Group Is Taking Entire Audiences into Mixed Reality with Networked HoloLens Headsets
Live theater doesn't typically benefit from the kind of computer-generated special effects that big-budget Hollywood blockbusters deploy, but that could change soon thanks to Microsoft's HoloLens.
This medical how-to video demonstrates how to perform a endoscopic Zenker's diverticulostomy with cricopharyngeal myotomy. Watch and learn how it is done. This Diet & Health videos is intended for medical students and patients who will be have this procedure done.
This medical how-to video demonstrates a improved technique for performing a vaginal hysterectomy. Watch and observe how this surgical technique is done on a patient. This surgical video is intended for medical students.
This medical how-to video demonstrates a bilateral lymph node dissection in a patient with endometrial cancer using the da Vinci system with the HD optical system. The HD optical system allows surgeons to perform more precise anatomical dissections with enhanced dexterity. Watch and learn how a dissection of a lymph nodes is performed on a patient. This surgical video is intended for medical students.
This medical how-to video details a robotic assisted hysterectomy in a patient with early stage endometrial/uterine cancer. Anatomy of the pelvis and the technique of a robotic hysterectomy is demonstrated. Watch and learn the surgical techniques used to performed a robotic hysterectomy on a patient using a da Vinci System. This surgical video is intended for medical students.
This medical how-to video details a laparoscopic extraperitoneal aortic lymph node dissection. Watch and learn how to perform this surgical procedure on a patient. This surgical video is intended for medical students.
ER showed the world what goes on inside the emergency room, and in every episode, we experienced a common but very important procedure— intubation. But ER never made it seems easy; it showed just how hard it is for medical students to successfully intubate a patient due to fear and naivety. And for real-life doctors and medical practitioners, learning the art of airway management is just as difficult.
Pot is approved for medical use in more than a dozen states. Here's how to get it. Step 1: Check your state law
If your pet has recently had surgery or been ill, they may need to wear a medical collar. A medical e-collar or a cone will prevent your pet from chewing or licking an area of their body that they shouldn't be touching. In this video from Dr. Lauren, you will learn where to get an e-collar and how to secure it to their head so that they stay safe and happy.
Did you know that pot or weed has medicinal properties? This two-part video from the FarmAssist, ThC, tells you everything you need to know when growing cannabis in Maui.
Caring for cats is a full time job, especially if they have diseases or are injured. Learn some basic information to care for cats with urinary problems, heart diseases, and dental illnesses in this free video series that includes how to give cats medication.
Apple released an iOS 11.2.2 update on Monday to iPads, iPhones, and iPod touches. The update comes as no surprise since news broke last week of a massive security vulnerabilities, named Meltdown and Spectre, which are found in smartphone chips throughout the industry. This update in large part addresses the security risks imposed by these chip flaws.
Headaches. We all get them. It's one of the most common medical complaints out there, with about one in six Americans suffering from chronic head pain.
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Cambodia has had a troubled history, especially over the last 40 years, and as such medical professionals for more developed countries have often felt compelled to journey there and serve the needy. If you are already doing so or preparing to, or work in a community with a Khmer-speaking population, this video could be of help to you. It will teach you all sorts of useful medical technology in the most popular language in the country, Khmer. This should greatly improve you communication with ...
Researchers are putting driverless shuttles on campus next year at the University of Michigan and the rides are free for students and teachers.
News: More Than 20 Pathogens Found Lurking in Medical Marijuana—Dosing Users with (Potentially) Deadly Fungus
Marijuana is legal to use for medical purposes in 28 states and the District of Columbia, but the quick development of this new industry could have left some regulation issues in the lurch.
The internet is a great place to find information for pretty much anything you can think of. So why shouldn't it be a place for official higher learning? I'm not talking about a course in Wikipedia or SparkNotes, but real colleges offering real college courses completely online. And guess what—it's FREE.
Medical school, quite the undertaking! You've gotten the good grades and made sure your MCAT scores are good, but interviews aren't your strong suit, are they? Don't worry! In this great video, Dr. Robert Hasty goes over the in's and out's of the interview process for admissions board and what you can do to have the least amount of failure when going in for your interview.
Danby Taylor from the University of Maryland University College teaches how to write an abstract research paper for graduate school Analyze the things that you read so you can extract the essential information such as the goal or the purpose of the reading in your own sentence. Learn the methods or ways of how the author studied the subject and reached the results of the study. Pay attention to details and write in a block paragraph, without indentations. Write one or two sentences about each...
Strained muscles result from tearing or overstretching of muscle fibers. Most often a hamstring strain occurs at the attachment of the hamstring to the ischial tuberosity. Learn about hamstring muscle strain in this medical how-to video.
Check out this video tutorial to see how to tansfer blood specimens with the BD Blood Transfer Device.
This video for Otolaryngologists, medical students, and curious laypeople describes the anatomical features that one would see when performing a trans-nasal endoscopy, a procedure in which a tube is inserted through the nose and down the esophagus and used to view the stomach.
When you're examining a patient's chest, you start out by simply looking at them— by inspection. It will be hard to count the respirations visually on a healthy person's chest because it moves so little, but in a patient with respiratory distress, the chest might be overactive and strain may show in the neck muscles. Eve Bargmann, M.D., will also teach doctors about palpation, percussion, and auscultation of the chest and back.