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The ability to perform venepuncture (venipuncture) is something medical students, nursing students and other healthcare professionals are required to learn. This video aims to give you an idea of what’s required in your exam (OSCE). You should not perform this procedure on a patient without undergoing the necessary training from your university or employer. This video is not a substitute for professional clinical training and may differ from your local medical school or hospital guidelines.
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Stay healthy. Get screened.
The Public Health Service (PHS) is a preventive medicine arm of the NUS Medical Society. It was initiated in 2004 by medical students from the Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine.
Our motto is “Promoting Health, Spreading Awareness”. This in essence summarises what PHS does as a health service – promoting the health of the local community through a population-based approach using both primary and secondary prevention strategies, while spreading awareness of the need and means to look after one’s own health through our health education programmes.
Our annual flagship public health screening event is free and covers various modalities from phlebotomy to geriatrics screening. Besides medical students from the Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine, our volunteer pool also consists of students from the Alice Lee Centre for Nursing Studies, pharmacy students, medical students from the NTU Lee Kong Chian School of Medicine, as well as health professionals and staff from our partner organisations.
Aside from our health screening event, we have also piloted our Young Health Ambassadors’ Programme in 2015, in a bid to make the youth of Singapore become bastions of health education.
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This video – produced by students at Oxford University Medical School in conjunction with the faculty – demonstrates the principles and techniques underlying basic wound care. It is part of a series of videos covering clinical skills and is linked to Oxford Medical Education (www.oxfordmedicaleducation.com)
This video was produced in collaboration with Oxford Medical Illustration – a department of Oxford University Hospitals NHS Trust. For more information, please visit www.oxfordmi.nhs.uk
With these videos you can watch the blood pressure gauge and practice listening to the sound of the blood pressure. Pay careful attention to what is extraneous noise and what is the actual blood pressure. Visit http://azmti.com for more information about our school an the online resources we have available to students.
With these video clips you can check out the blood force gauge and exercise listening to the sound of the blood force. Spend mindful notice to what is extraneous sound and what is the precise blood force. Check out http://azmti.com for more information and facts about our university and the on-line resources we have obtainable to students.
Which organ generally has fenestrated capillaries? You will be equipped to quickly answer this query following looking at our video about the 3 sorts of capillaries!
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Your lecturer is Professor Geoff Meyer. He is presently training at the College of Anatomy, Physiology and Human Biology at the University of Western Australia (UWA). As a leading anatomy and histology skilled he is also coordinating the Federative International Program for Anatomical Terminologies (FIPAT) of the International Federation of Associations of Anatomists (IFAA). Moreover clinical study on the ovarian operate, steroidogenesis, corpus luteum, angiogenesis, and microcirculation, Geoff Meyer’s study things to do also focus on building modern, computer-aided mastering and training resources. For his inventiveness, Geoff Meyer has gained a amount of awards, which includes the Australian University Educating Award.
The video “3 Kinds of Capillaries” is part of the lecture “Cardiovascular Program: Vessels” of the online clinical system “Human Organ Systems”. It gives an excellent insight into the 3 sorts of capillaries.
You will understand a lot more about:
one. Continual capillary
– Occluding junctions
– Pinocytotic vesicles
two. Fenestrated capillary
– Fenestration without the need of diagram
three. Discontinuous capillary
– Substantial gaps in the cytoplasm
Now it’s your change! Check out the video and come across out the right answer to the subsequent query:
Which organ generally has fenestrated capillaries?
E. Endocrine organ
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Diagrams employed in this presentation had been taken from:
Concise Histology by Leslie P. Gartner and James L. Hiatt (July 2010) Elsevier
Histology and Cell Biology, An introduction to Pathology by Albert L. Kierszenbaum and Laura L. Tres (2012) Elsevier
Histological pictures employed in this presentation had been taken from:
Meyer’s Histology: http://histology-online.com