Knowledge of first aid procedures and treatments can save lives. Watch this first aid video tutorial to learn how to apply a triangular bandage used for arm injuries.
SubQ injections facilitate rapid distribution of medication. Watch this video to learn how to properly do one.
Learn the procedure of reducing a nuchal chord and moving the umbilical cord to avoid strangulation of the infant.
This is a US Army training video that shows two methods of resetting a dislocated shoulder. Who better to to learn it from than Uncle Sam?
Although strains and sprains are not a serious injury, they are still very painful for the sufferer, and the only way to make sure they heal properly is to make sure they get immediate attention.
A butterfly bandage is handy item when a wound has smooth edges. It brings the edges of skin together and thus speeds up the healing.
Bandaging an injury correctly will speed up recovery. Our expert shows the best way to protect a limb as it heals. Bandage an elbow properly.
In this first responder video we sow you how to do the head tilt chin lift technique in CPR.This is an excellent video and easy to follow, in opening the airway of a patient. Do the head tilt-chin lift technique.
The subdermal interrupted suture is a complicated, difficult type of suturing. It does have advantages, however, as the resulting suture is both strong and cosmetically pleasing. This video walks you through performing the stitch, and should make it easier to use this effective suturing procedure on your patients.
Athletes and accident-prone people, this video may save your life! Brush up on your first aid skills with help from this free tutorial. Learn how to tape an injured ankle quickly and easily with these step-by-step instructions.
This video illustrate us how to preform a simple interrupted suture in surgery. Here are the following steps:
Abdominal thrusts—also known as the Heimlich maneuver—can be used to expel a foreign object lodged in a choking victim's windpipe. Watch this video tutorial to learn how to perform the Heimlich Maneuver (abdominal thrusts).
If you came upon an emergency situation would you know what to do? First aid CPR techniques can come in handy at any time. Watch this first-aid how to video to learn how to perform artificial respiration on an adult who has not suffered a trauma.
This video shows how to use a PASG, a.k.a military anti-shock trousers. This should only be done by qualified personnel.
Everyone gets cut every once in a while, but sometimes those cuts can be more serious than expected. It could turn into severe bleeding, and there's a certain way to deal with this type of bleeding in a victim. How would you treat someone who was bleeding severely?
Bandaging an injury too tightly can make it worse. Master this simple art correctly and make sure your first aid leads to fast healing. This video shows you how to check circulation after Bandaging. Check circulation after bandaging.
If you've just been shot but can't be bothered with a trip to the hospital you may want to know how to remove a bullet yourself. Learn how to remove the bullet as well as clean and cauterize, and bandage the wound.
Nitrile exam gloves are the latest in disposable medical glove technology. They withstand stress well and won't trigger latex allergies, making them a great choice for first aid work. Watch this video to learn how to remove them properly, ensuring that your skin is not contaminated by whatever you were trying to keep off them with the gloves.
The last thing you want to do with an injured ankle is to hurt it further by wrapping it up improperly. Fortunately, wrapping an ankle is easy once you know how. And this free video first aid tutorial will show you precisely what you'll need to do. For more information, including detailed, step-by-step instructions, take a look!
In the wide world of suturing techniques, the simple interrupted suture is perhaps the simplest and most common. This video details and demonstrates how to perform such a suture. This will be a very handy video for anyone new to the field of medicine looking to improve their surgical skills.
The opthalmoscope is one of most basic tools of the modern opthamologist, and is essential to the diagnosis of the eyes. This five-part video, performed by a medical student, will walk you through the necessary steps in performing fundoscopy or opthamalscopy on a patient, covering talking to the patient, an overview of the equipment, and all of the rest of the information that you will need.
Just as there are many different ways to cut your skin, there are many ways to suture it back together again. This medical demonstrating videos features the subcutaneous stitch, one popular type of suture used by doctors and surgeons everywhere, especially on deep wounds.
The pain doesn't end when your wound heals, pulling that band-aid off can sting just as much. Watch this tutorial for a quick tip to reduce the pinch.
Assemble the necessary equipment: a roll of 1- to 2-inch-wide athletic tape and a pair of scissors. Wrap one piece of athletic tape under the heel of the foot and bring both ends up the ankle to either side of the leg. The tape should form a "U," like the stirrup on a horse's saddle.
Learn how to immobilize an ankle. The ankle is a complex joint, so when an injury occurs, and you can't get help right away, the first thing to do is keep it from moving – you'll prevent any more damage to the surrounding nerves and tissue.
You've seen code blues called on TV, but how about in real life? If you are becoming a nurse it is important to know what goes on as part of a code blue situation. This nursing how-to video presents a mock code blue presentation with faculty. Follow along and learn what is involved in caring for a patient that has gone into code blue.
Going to be a nurse? Then here is one thing you should know how to do. Follow along with this nursing how-to video to learn how to do a sterile dressing change. Watch, learn and practice changing a sterile dressing during lab practice. Remember to explain procedures to patient and have all packages open before you begin. In this video the nursing student has been asked to break the sterile technique. Can you identify the breaks?
Studying to be a nurse? Then here is a nursing how-to video that teaches you how to choose and put on sterile gloves. Every nurse should know the basics of this technique, follow along and see how easy it is to read the directions on the packaging for donning sterile gloves. These medical tips are sure to help you pass your nursing exam with flying colors.
Nosebleed or the official term is epistaxis is bleeding from the nasal cavity. Nose bleeds are very common and are often caused by dry air, illness, or trauma. Learn more about the causes, symptoms and treatments of nose bleeds in this medical how-to video.
Taping fingers is good for minor injuries of the middle joint because taping supports the injured area without preventing motion. Learn how to tape fingers and stay fit in this sports medicine video. Take action: injuring the middle joints of fingers is common, try to support above and below joint but allow flexibility in the joint, check for deformities, while ice and anti-inflammatories can help. Mike Vera, the instructor in this how-to video from Live Strong, is an athletic trainer the Rog...
Check out this instructional first aid video with Kurt Osiander as he demonstrates how to fix cauliflower ear with some alcohol, a swab and a needle. Watch as Tom gets his ear deflated in just a minute or two. This video is perfect for Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu performers. Learn how to fix cauliflower ear with this first aid tutorial video!
Watch this instructional medical how-to video to learn how to wrap a bandage correctly. A circular wrap is used to wrap a small body region. First, three to four inches of the appropriate sized gauze wrap is unrolled and placed flat. It is held in place with the thumb of one hand as the bandage is rolled around to provide at least two overlapping layers of bandage. The excess bandage roll is trimmed and the gauze is secured in place with a strip of tape. Wrap a bandage correctly.
This First Aid how-to video show you how to use an EpiPen in the event you or someone you know should experience an anaphylactic allergic reaction. Learn to save someone's life by learning to use an EpiPen properly.
Accidents happen at work. This first aid how-to video demonstrates how to access and treat a work related arm laceration. These first aid tips on treating arm lacerations are sure to keep your workers happy and healthy.
This U.S. Army video demonstrates how to administer an IV infusion outside of a medical facility.
This video shows how a plastic cast is applied by a surgeon or a trained specialist.
This video demonstrates how to insert a chest tube through the seventh intercostal space in the mid-axillary line.
This video shows how to get intravenous access by doing an IV cut down.
Learn some of the most important things to remember when listening to a patient's lungs.
No one can escape the wrath of fire. Eery living person will experience some sort of burn during their lifespan, from scalds to third degree burns. Burns and scalds are among the most common injuries requiring emergency treatment in hospitals, but would you know what to do if a friend or family member, maybe even a stranger, burned themselves badly? Could you help?