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WATCH: The Practice of Bloodletting in New Delhi | National Geographic



In New Delhi, India, dozens of patients a day seek treatment at Rahat Open Surgery, where a practitioner uses a razor blade to draw blood. The practice is widely discredited in Western medicine—aside from its modern-day application for a few conditions—but those who still perform bloodletting, or phlebotomy, believe that “bad blood” is the source of most infirmities. Some patients look with hope to the New Delhi center when more traditional treatments fail to help them or when doctors tell them their ailments are incurable. Bloodletting originated thousands of years ago, and its popularity peaked in the 19th century.
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Medical Terminology



How to approach medical terms by breaking them up into pieces (prefix, root, suffix). Terms relating to parts of the body, direction, rate, amount, medical procedures and diseases are introduced.

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Veterinary Assistant Job Overview



A brief overview of a career as a veterinary assistant.

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Part of Linn-Benton Community College’s Business, Healthcare, and Workforce program orientations.

Veterinary Assistant’s New Student Orientation: http://www.lbccstart.com/#!Veterinary%20Assistant/c14om
Veterinary Assistant’s program information: http://www.linnbenton.edu/business-healthcare-and-workforce/healthcare/accelerated-short-term-training/veterinary-assistant
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Phlebotomy Lesson 1.1 Introduction



This lesson introduces the student to the online phlebotomy program and reviews the administrative details for successful completion of the program. This video is designed to be the starting point for the online phlebotomy program for Experion Medical Academy and provide an example of lesson format for those interested in taking the course. If you wish to enroll in the online course and receive a certificate of completion and be eligible for the national exam, please register by visiting www.4yourcna.com and click on the Phlebotomy link.

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ZooZappers – Geboorte nijlpaard – hippo gives birth



hippopotamus – Hippopotamus amphibius – hippo – seekoei – flodhest – L’hippopotame amphibie – Flusspferd – Nilpferd – Großflusspferd – hipopótamo común – L’ippopotamo – Hipopotam nilowy – Su aygırı – Nil aygırı – nijlpaard
Digital video reflections about new born animals.

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Music title: petulantmarch BY Kevin MacLeod www.incompetech.com
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Venepuncture – Clinical Skills Series



VENEPUNCTURE (2005) – St George’s Clinical Skills Series
Learning ‘On Screen’ Award.

This production is one of a series designed to help healthcare professionals and students to learn, and improve, clinical skills.

As well as demonstrating techniques in detail, the programme examines the anatomy involved in each procedure.

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