Introduction to Chest Physiotherapy and its Techniques

Chest Physiotherapy and its techniques.mp4Introduction of the course

This module describes the key concepts of Chest Physio Therapy (CPT). CPT includes postural drainage, chest percussion, vibration, coughing and deep-breathing exercises that is helpful to mobilize or loosen the secretions in the lungs and respiratory tract especially for patients with large amount of secretions or ineffective cough.

The objective of this module is to:

  • Understand the basic concepts of CPT
  • Help nurses gain necessary skill in performing CPT

Instructor: Ms. Deepti Damodaran, Senior Nurse Educator, Bodhi Health Education

Facility: Maharishi Markandeshwar Hospital, Maharishi Markandeshwar University (MMU), Mullana, Ambala

Venous Blood Sampling and Arterial Blood Sampling

Blood sampling.mp4Introduction of the course

This module deals with a brief introduction to the commonly used Blood Vacutainers, preservatives used in them and the investigations for which each can be used.

The objective of this module is to:

  • Understand the concepts related to Blood sampling (Venous and Arterial)
  • Develop skill in performing blood sampling
  • Help nurses understand about the various Vacutainers used
  • Venous blood sampling (Demonstration)
  • Arterial Blood Sampling (Demonstration)
  • Arterial Blood Gas (ABG) analysis using an ABG machine (Demonstration)

Instructor: Ms. Tarika Sharma, Assistant Professor, College of Nursing, MMU

Facility: Maharishi Markandeshwar Hospital, Maharishi Markandeshwar University (MMU), Mullana, Ambala

Injection Administration

Injection Administration.mp4Introduction of the course

Injection administration is a common procedure that every nurse would be performing as a part of daily clinical routine. This course helps to review the procedure of medication administration via intramuscular, subcutaneous and intradermal route and acquires the skills.

The objective of this course is to:

  • Understand the concepts and principles related to injection administration
  • Demonstrate the techniques of intramuscular injection administration
  • Demonstrate the techniques of subcutaneous injection administration
  • Demonstrate the techniques of intradermal injection administration

Instructor: Ms. Krutika, Nurse Educator, Bodhi Health Education

Facility: School of Nursing, Sir Ganga Ram Hospital

Central Venous Pressure (CVP) monitroing

CVP.mp4Introduction of the course

This course on Central venous pressure (CVP) monitoring prepares nurses to attain skills while working in critical care area in hospital settings.

Central venous pressure (CVP), an estimate of right atrial pressure, has been used to assess cardiac preload and volume status in critically ill patients, assist in the diagnosis of right-sided heart failure, and guide fluid resuscitation.

The objective of this course is to:

  • Understand the concepts related to CVP monitoring
  • Develop skill in measuring CVP
  • Enlist the site of insertion for CVP and catheter care
  • Describe the essential points to be remembered during catheter insertion 

Instructor: Ms. Medha Verma, Senior Manager – Nursing Education, Bodhi Health Education

Naso Gastric (NG) Tube Insertion, Removal and Feeding

Naso gastric tube.mp4Introduction of the course

Patients in the hospital, as well as home care settings, often require nutritional supplementation with enteral feeding. 

In the present module we would be discussing about three basic procedures related to gastro-intestinal (GI) system namely Naso Gastric (NG) Tube Insertion, Removal and Feeding.

Objective:

  • Discuss about NG tube insertion, feeding and removal
  • Demonstrate skill in assessing client prior to and after insertion or removal of NG tube or feeding
  • Demonstrate the technique of performing NG tube insertion, feeding and removal

Instructor: Ms. Deepti Damodaran – Senior Nurse Educator, Bodhi Health Education            

Facility: Ganga Ram School of Nursing, Sir Ganga Ram Hospital, Delhi

Peripherally Inserted Venous Catheter (PIVC) Cannulation, I/V Infusion Therapy and Cannula removal

PIVC.mp4Introduction of the course

PIVC cannulation is a skill that is central to manage patients
efficiently as many times patient is unable to consume medications orally or
even consume fluids. Emergency situations like these or planned OPD procedures
may not leave an option for professionals but to use ‘Parenteral’ route.

Objective

At the end of the course the learner would be
able to:

  • Understand the principles behind PIVC insertion
  • Demonstrate the skill of performing PIVC insertion
  • Understand the procedure of IV infusion therapy
  • Perform the procedure of IV infusion therapy
  • Understand the concepts related to cannula removal
  • Perform the skill of cannula removal efficiently

Instructor: Ms. Medha Verma – Senior
Manager – Nursing Education, Bodhi Health Education           

Facility: Ganga Ram School of
Nursing, Sir Ganga Ram Hospital, Delhi