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La lidocaine intraveineuse : pour qui et comment ? - SFAR
 
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Réalisé par la SFAR - la Société Française d'Anesthésie et Réanimation www.sfar.org
A technique of awake intubation from AOD
 
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Though this focuses on the topical analgesia of the airway, I always emphasize that awake intubation is a 6 facet technique. You can get the awake airway card at www.airwayondemand.com
Views: 233790 AirwayOnDemand
Aerosolized lidocaine for topicalizing the airway: Not for me
 
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For more on our suggested recipe topicalization for an awake approach check out AIMEairway.ca http://www.aimeairway.ca/announcement/30/airway-topicalization-the-recipe-for-a-successful-awake-intubation
Views: 4739 AIME Airway
Awake Endotracheal Intubation
 
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Dr. Michael Bailin demonstrates an awake endotracheal intubation at the Massachusetts General Hospital.
Views: 620464 Seth Bailin
Local Anesthetic Infiltration - everything you need to know
 
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Lately, I have had many questions about the local infiltration of lidocaine... when to use epinephrine? what is buffering and...does it help? how much volume is toxic? what are the symptoms of toxicity? and other similar questions...that made me realize I could use a refresher on this information, so I went to study and make this video review on the subject. We will start from the very basic to very advanced concepts, I hope you enjoy it and learn a lot from it. INFILTRATION ANESTHESIA What is it? It involves the injection of anesthetic agent directly into the tissue prior to surgical manipulation. A field block involves a subcutaneous (SQ) injection of an agent in such a manner as to create a field of anesthesia around the operative site. Indications and Contraindications It can be used for the majority of minor surgical procedures such as excision of skin lesions, incision of abscesses, and suturing of wounds. An advantage of this over nerve block and general anesthesia is that it is considered both quicker and safer. Local infiltration can also help with hemostasis (bleeding control), both because it directly distends the tissue and because one can use epinephrine. A major disadvantage of local infiltration, at least when compared to nerve blocks, is that a relatively large dose of the drug is needed to anesthetize a relatively small area. For large wounds, the amount of anesthetic required may risk systemic toxicity. The maximum allowed volume can be increased by adding epinephrine, using a lower concentration of the anesthetic, or both. Another thing to consider is that local infiltration also distorts the tissue that will be incised or repaired and may to be desirable in areas requiring precise alignment (like a cosmetic repair in the face or lip). Choosing the anesthetic agent Some of the more common local anesthetics are lidocaine, bupivacaine, and procaine. Lidocaine is by far the most commonly used because of its excellent activity profile, low allergenicity and toxicity, user familiarity, and ready availability. PROCAINE - is useful for patients who are allergic to amide anesthetics. Because of its prolonged duration of action, bupivacaine is considered by some physicians to be the preferred anesthetic, especially when postoperative analgesia is desired, for prolonged procedures, or short procedures in the ER that may be interrupted. Lidocaine generally lasts for about 1 hour, while bupivacaine can last up to 6 hours. So...if bupivacaine lasts 6X longer, then why not use it always? Well, there is the potential for injury if the patient cannot feel that part of the body, also having a numb area is also very annoying and can cause patients to 'play around' with it, therefore damaging the tissue. In addition, the pain of administration of bupivacaine is more, and the chances for cardiotoxic and CNS side effects is more. How can you increase the anesthesia time of duration? You can add epinephrine and/or bicarbonate to the lidocaine. By adding epinephrine you also decrease the peak blood level absorption of the medication, therefore decreasing the chances of a toxic reaction, and allows a greater volume to be injected in larger lacerations. However adding epinephrine to lidocaine lowers its pH (makes it more acidic) therefore increasing the pain of local injection. How much volume can be injected safely? For Lidocaine - it is 300 mg in an adult. That is 60 mL of the 0.5% concentration. 30mL of the 1% concentration, and 15mL of the 2% concentration. For Bupivacaine 0.25% it is 175 mg which comes out to 70 mL. If you add epinephrine you can add 50% to the total volume of injection. How long does the different local anesthetics take to numb? They all have the same onset to action. 2 to 5 minutes. COMPLICATIONS of local anesthetics WOUND HEALING - local anesthetics produce cytotoxic effects on cell structure and function in a dose- and time-related manner. Collagen synthesis, for example, is inhibited. At higher concentrations of the anesthetic, the tensile strength of the wound is progressively reduced. Adding epinephrine can cause a further decrease in this tensile strength. Conclusion - if tensile strength is important, don't use epinephrine. If the patient has a poorly healing wound or history of the same, then avoid local anesthetic altogether. Wound Infection - it has long been known that local anesthetics possess antimicrobial activity, at least in vitro.
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How does anesthesia work? - Steven Zheng
 
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View full lesson: http://ed.ted.com/lessons/how-does-anesthesia-work-steven-zheng When under anesthesia, you can’t move, form memories, or — hopefully — feel pain. And while it might just seem like you are asleep for that time, you actually aren’t. What’s going on? Steven Zheng explains what we know about the science behind anesthesia. Lesson by Steven Zheng, animation by Zedem Media.
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Important Key Differences Between Benzocaine And Lidocaine
 
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Benzocaine and lidocaine is generally used as a pain reliever. They are used to relieve pain from skin inflammations and cough drops. For more details log on to http://www.benzocaineuk.co.uk/
Views: 25444 Ethan Jeffray
Painless Nasogastric Tube Placement
 
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We demonstrate in this video techniques for painless nasogastric tube placement.
Views: 20740 Larry Mellick
How to Draw up and Inject Lidocaine - Part 2 - Video 1 of 2
 
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Overview of common injectable anesthetics and tips on how to draw them up and inject them using a pig's foot for practice. To learn a significant amount of information for suturing lacerations, including which instruments and items are needed to close wounds and where to buy them, suture needle sizing, the timing of suture removal, along with recommended non-surgical options for wound closure, click the link below. The link is for a hospital grade suture kit and contains a wealth of information on suturing. http://www.topsurvivalpreps.com/suture-kit
Views: 66806 The Prepper Pages
Use of Lidocaine Jelly for Foley Catheter Insertion 2012
 
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Created on November 2, 2012 using FlipShare.
Views: 46236 Janelle Beckett
Radiesse Injection Mixing with Lidocaine - Dr Galadari & Lunatus
 
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Instructions on Radiesse injection preparation & mixing with Lidocaine, kindly demonstrated by Dr Hassan Galadari in Dubai. Radiesse is a volumizing dermal filler composed of synthetically produced smooth calcium hydroxylapatite (CaHA) microspheres. Restore collagen, replenish volume, refresh you. Look younger & feel better with Radiesse. Available in the UAE, Saudi Arabia, Qatar, Kuwait & Lebanon from Lunatus Marketing & Consultancy FZCO, Contact: (+971)43405991.
Views: 15168 Lunatus Middle East
The Lidocaine @ Club Liberte, Helsinki 19 04 2014
 
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1. Retribution 2. Fabrication 3. Personally Sick Skin 4. Life is Beautiful
Views: 211 The Lidocaine band
Suturing: 1 Infiltrating local anaesthetic
 
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Suturing, Part 1 of 3, Infiltrating local anaesthetic, Mounting the needle in the needle holder
Views: 83163 CETL1
Complete Local Airway Anesthesia for Awake Intubation in 3 Minutes
 
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A 3-minute video showing how to perform a complete airway block (no video splicing or cutting)! The least patient discomfort and hemodynamic change from awake intubation—transtracheal blocks combined with glossopharyngeal nerve block and superior laryngeal block as evidenced by at least 4 studies in the literature (Ovassapian, Webb, Gupta, Graham). In addition, transtracheal blocks give airway caregivers experience in locating the cricothyroid space clinically by free air aspiration and improving likelihood of cricothyrotomy success if ever needed. I’ve supervised far more than a thousand awake fiberoptic intubations with only 1 failure (from inexperience). Please give feedback in the “like” area. I hope this helps you! : ) Katherine Gil, M.D. For more experience, look up the Gil 5-Minute Dexterity Model and Fiberoptic Intubation Practice in a “Free Model” on YouTube.
Views: 16781 airway neuro
Attempt #2 intubation
 
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Spencer tries again, after a little more topical lidocaine. Not a pretty sight.
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Lidocaine (ACLS Pharmacology)
 
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http://proacls.com - ACLS Certification Training Videos **Get $20 off your certification or recertification with the discount code youtubeacls2017 Lidocaine brings about negative inotropic effects and antiarrhythmic actions in the heart which weaken the force of muscular contractions and can calm erratic and uncoordinated electro-myocardial activity. It’s primary use is for cardiac arrest from ventricular fibrillation (VF) and pulseless ventricular tachycardia (VT). For cardiac arrest from VF or pulseless VT, the initial dose is 1 to 1.5 mg/kg IV or IO. Subscribe to ProTrainings' Youtube Channel! Check out all of ProTrainings' courses: http://www.protrainings.com Like ProTrainings on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/protrainings Follow ProTrainings on Twitter: https://twitter.com/protrainings Follow ProTrainings on Instagram: http://instagram.com/protrainings
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NEW Volbella and Volift-Dr Rajani
 
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http://www.RajaniMD.com --Dr Rajani in Portland Oregon discusses Allergan's new FDA dermal fillers likely to hit the market in 2016. Juvederm Volbella for lip filling, augmentation and lip line rejuvenation and Volift. A natural "look" is very possible if the product is placed correctly. Lip lines can be very aging but are preventable by slowing down the muscle movement with botox and using dermal fillers. Dermal fillers, collagen stimulators, botox, facial sculpting, skin resurfacing, fat removal, can all be combined to create youth. Dr Rajani, phone = 1-503-303-8313 is a leader in Minimally Invasive Aesthetic Medicine Dr Rajani is an Artefill Diamond Elite provider, trainer for Artefill, Sculptra, Dermasculpt Microcannula and Allergan, and a sought after speaker and educator. For more information follow him at RajaniMD.com or on facebook for weekly helpful tips to keep your skin beautiful, young, and healthy.
Views: 4638 Dr. Anil Rajani
Antibiotic Ear Drops - When and How to Use Ear Drops Properly
 
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https://www.FauquierENT.net - This video demonstrates how to properly use ear drops in kids or adults to treat ear infections, whether mild swimmer's ear infection (otitis externa) or middle ear infections with or without drainage (applicable only if a hole or tube is present in the eardrum). More info about ear infections: https://www.FauquierENT.net/earinfections.htm Animation By O2Labz: https://www.O2Labz.com Background Music: Melodie Victoria by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/) Source: http://incompetech.com/music/royalty-free/index.html?isrc=USUAN1100819 Artist: http://incompetech.com/
Views: 25373 Fauquier ENT
Tumescent Safety Tips - Lidocaine Drug Interactions
 
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Dr. Jeffrey Klein advises avoid drug interactions with lidocaine with drugs that block lidocaine metabolism. Learn more at http://tumescent.org
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Lidocaine creme
 
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Behandeling van neuropathische pijnen met lidocaine creme
Views: 533 Polyneuropathie4u
Awake Fiber Optic Intubation Made Easy! -Performed By 1st Year Trainee Under Supervision!
 
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Where else to find us: Web- http://www.nysora.com Twitter- http://www.twitter.com/nysora Instagram- http://www.instagram.com/nysora_community Facebook- http://www.facebook.com/nysora Anesthesiology Network Discussion Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/AnesthesiologyNetwork/ Anesthesiology Network: http://www.anesthesiology-network.com --------------------------------------------------------- Video credit to dr. Piyush Mallick If you'd like to see your videos featured please contact adriana@visionexpo.co -------------------------------------------------------- Awake fiber optic intubation made easy ! 1st year trainee doing under supervision Simple steps done before Step 1. Prepare the mucosa ( atropine or Glyoco 30 min prior ) 2.10% xylocaine spray 3.Finger sweep & suction to make oral cavity dry . Awake fiber optic intubation made easy ! 1st year trainee doing under supervision Simple steps done before in ( Holding area ) Step 1. Prepare the mucosa ( atropine or Glyoco 30 min prior ) 2.10% xylocaine spray 3.Finger sweep & suction to make oral cavity dry . 4. Fiber optic spray of vocal cords & below on holding area In OT 1. High flow nasal Oxygen 2.Minimal remifentanil to make pt bit feel heavy 3.Ready to go in with the scope & spray xylocaine 2% 4/5 ml ( spray as you go ) wait for 3/4 min xylocaine to work 4 . Ready to go in final - tube the trachea
LIDOCAINE HCL INJECTION
 
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Assignment PHM 2273 STERELIZATION & ASEPTIC TECHNOLOGY IIUMK 2018
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Endotracheal Intubation Procedure
 
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Endotracheal Intubation Procedure medical students
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Elective Awake Nasal Fiberoptic Intubation
 
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Awake fiberoptic intubation is supposed to be the rescue, if not the primary approach, for difficult airways. However, it is infrequently performed. In residency, my best friend and I thought that it would be unfair to expose the highest risk patients a procedure that we least practiced. So we practiced on each other. We found that there were a lot of things taught to us in textbooks that were superfluous or didn't work. There were also a few things that weren't taught, which ended up being vital. This is the cumulative product of our discomforts. Enjoy
Views: 2004 Ran Ran
Calvin Harris & Disciples - How Deep Is Your Love
 
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Calvin Harris + Disciples - How Deep Is Your Love. Get it now: http://smarturl.it/HowDeepIsYourLove?... Listen: http://smarturl.it/StreamCH?IQid=YT Subscribe to Calvin's channel: http://smarturl.it/CHVevo?IQid=YT -------------- Follow Calvin online: http://calvinharris.co.uk/ Facebook: http://smarturl.it/CHFacebook?IQid=YT Twitter: http://smarturl.it/CHTwitter?IQid=YT Instagram: http://smarturl.it/CHInstagram?IQid=YT Google+: http://smarturl.it/CHGPlus?IQid=YT Spotify: http://smarturl.it/CHSptfy?IQid=YT Snapchat: CalvinHarris -------------- Follow Disciples online: Facebook : http://facebook.com/DisciplesLDN Twitter : http://twitter.com/DisciplesLDN Website : http://disciplesldn.com Youtube : http://youtube.com/user/DisciplesLDN -------------- Download iTunes: http://smarturl.it/CH.iTunes?IQid=YT Google Play: http://smarturl.it/CHGoogleP?IQid=YT Amazon MP3: http://smarturl.it/CHAmzMP3?IQid=YT 7Digital: http://smarturl.it/CH7dig?IQid=YT Music video by Calvin Harris, Disciples performing How Deep Is Your Love. (C) 2015 Sony Music Entertainment UK Limited http://vevo.ly/8aE0MO" #CalvinHarris #HowDeepIsYourLove #vevo #electronic #vevoofficial
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J Tip - Medical Minute
 
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Many providers may not be familiar with the "J-Tip" (National Medical Products Inc, Irvine, CA) which is a needle-free jet injection system that uses air to push buffered lidocaine into the skin. In theory, it provides quick local anesthesia without a needle, making it an ideal tool to reduce the pain of pediatric venipuncture. Maybe you will consider giving it a try?...but what is the data for it? Studies on the subject to date are few in number and focus on older kids or adolescents. One such example is from Spanos et al, 2008. They conducted a randomized control trial comparing J-Tip buffered lidocaine versus topical ELA-Max for local anesthesia before venipuncture in children 8-15 years old (N=70). They utilized a self-reported pain scoring system and showed a statistically significant reduction of pain immediately after venipuncture for the J-Tip group. More recently, Lunoe et al sought to assess J-Tip usage in a younger population, ages 1-6 years old (N=205). An observation-based pain scoring system was applied to video playback of the procedure as participants were too young to self-report pain scores. At the study institution, usual care for venipuncture was not ELA-Max-- it was topical vapocoolant (i.e."freezie" spray). Thus, participants were randomized to one of three groups: 1) Control: vapocoolant spray alone, 2) Intervention: loaded J-Tip with buffered lidocaine + a spray of normal saline solution (to simulate vapocoolant spray) , 3) Sham: empty J-Tip + vapocoolant spray. The empty J-Tip was used in the sham group to control for the sound/presence of the device because the scoring system does not differentiate pain from anxiety. They found a statistically significant reduction in venipuncture pain score when using the loaded J-Tip compared to the control or sham. There was no difference across groups in terms of venipuncture success rates or adverse events. The latter study cites the price for each J-tip device between $0.98-$4.10. References Spanos S, Booth R, Koenig H, et al. Jet injection of 1% buffered lidocaine versus topical ELA-Max for anesthesia before peripheral intravenous catheterization in children. Pediatric Emerg Care. 2008; 24:511-515. Lunoe M, Drendel A, Levas M, Weisman S, Dasgupta M, Hoffman R, Brousseau D. A randomized clinical trial of jet-injected lidocaine to reduce venipuncture pain for young children. Annals of Emerg Med. 2015;66,5:466-474.
Views: 5616 DrER.tv
Lidocaine mechanism ASMR lecture informational [male quiet voice]
 
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Brain Stuff ASMR answers the question "What is the mechanism of action of lidocaine?" https://www.brainstuff.org
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Epidural Spinal Anesthesia - Animation by Dr. Cal Shipley, M.D.
 
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http://www.calshipleymd.com Animated review of technique of epidural anesthetic administration, as used in childbirth.
Views: 485992 Dr. Cal Shipley, M.D.
OnlineLidocaine.com
 
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Our Lidocaine HCL & Benzocaine USP powder is 99.9% pure, pharmaceutical-grade. We ensure 99.9% pure, pharmaceutical-grade Lidocaine HCL and Benzocaine USP. Lidocaine is used in numbing the skin, which is the ideal product for reducing pain, it is sometimes applied to the skin, used for medical procedures, dental procedures (turned into liquid form) to numb the area before injections, tattoos, and anything else where pain reduction is necessary as it produces instant numbness. Onlinelidocaine.com offers only 99.9% pure pharmaceutical grade lidocaine powder and benzocaine powder at the lowest prices possible to individuals, businesses research institutions, doctors, hospitals, education institutions, colleges, and more. SHIPPING IS ALWAYS FREE, WORLDWIDE! We offer MSDS Sheets and Certificates of Analysis Same Day Shipping 99.99% Pure Pharmaceutical Grade Best Value, Quality and Convenience Secure Payment Processing! Fast, Free Shipping Worldwide
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Epinephrine Dilution
 
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This video reviews the steps for diluting Epinephrine 1:1000 to make 1:10,000. As we face increasing drug shortages, this information is made available as a brief review.
Views: 2990 EMS*MD Solutions
Awake Upright Video Rigid Flexible Laryngoscope (RIFL) intubation - no oral airway
 
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Pt had history of SCCA left lateral and anterior tongue. True vocal cords were paralyzed bilaterally preoperatively. Topical anesthesia provided with cetacaine, 5% lidocaine ointment on oral airway. Continuous infusion with propofol/ketamine started just prior to scope insertion. Glycopyrrolate and Midazolam given prior to transport to the operating room. 6.5 mm Parker flex endotracheal tube used with videoRIFL.
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Repulper les lèvres avec des injections d'acide hyaluronique - Dr Raspaldo à Genève
 
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Afin de repulper les lèvres de notre patiente, nous effectuons des injections d'acide hyaluronique dans l'ourlet des lèvres. Le traitement est quasiment indolore grâce aux injections de lidocaïne par lesquelles nous débutons la séance. En fin de vidéo, nous pouvons le résultat de l'embellissement global du visage de notre patiente, dont nous avons traité les pommettes, sourcils, rides des yeux et enfin les lèvres. On obtient ainsi un résultat très naturel. Réalisé par le Docteur Hervé Raspaldo, chirurgien à Genève. https://www.raspaldo.ch/demandes-chirurgie-esthetique/levres/ ---------- Plumping the lips with injections of hyaluronic acid In order to plump up the lips of our patient, we make injections of hyaluronic acid in the hem of the lips. The treatment is almost painless thanks to the injections of lidocaine by which we start the session. At the end of the video, we can see the result of the overall beautification of our patient's face, after having treated cheekbones, eyebrows, wrinkles and finally the lips. This gives a very natural result. Made by Doctor Hervé Raspaldo, surgeon in Geneva https://www.raspaldo.ch/en/your-requests/lips/
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Robert Ruben Diaz - Lidocaine killer
 
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How do you avoid a clean kill with wide complex tachycardias?
 
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The EKG master, Dr. Amal Mattu, drops the ultimate pearl on regular really wide complex tachycardia (RRWCT). We bring you our #1 rated talk to celebrate our Essentials of EM 2017 Digital launch! Grab the rest of this year’s bundle of quick hit, informative lectures with 32.75 hours of CME: http://bit.ly/2uk6mBY
Self Intubation... Kinda
 
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Three times, no luck...
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Infiltrating a Wound with Local Anesthetic before Suturing
 
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This project will explain the 2 most common techniques to infiltrate a wound with local anesthetic before suturing.
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Plantar Fasciitis Injection Treatment for  Heel Pain | Auburn Medical Group
 
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Plantar fasciitis cortisone injection is given for chronic heel pain after incomplete relief from conservative treatments like stretching, proper footwear, ice, and elastic pressure bands. The cortisone shot includes both immediate-acting local anesthetic and a longer acting steroid. Conservative treatment can include the use of night splints in an effort to avoid the need for injection therapy. Amazon affiliate link for night splints: http://amzn.to/2cv94L5 This video features Dr. Gawayne Vaughan of the Auburn Medical Group. New videos are posted on Friday afternoons. This video is not intended to diagnose or treat any condition. It is for educational purposes only. It is not a substitute for evaluation by your own doctor. Be sure to subscribe to the Auburn Medical Group YouTube Channel: http://www.youtube.com/c/auburnmedicalgroup?sub_confirmation=1 You can follow Dr. Mark Vaughan on Twitter and Instagram: @doctorvaughan. You can find the Auburn Medical Group on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Auburn-Medical-Group-Inc-102055798325/?fref=ts Please comment and ask questions. Share with your friends who would be interested in seeing this video. Go to http://www.auburnmedicalgroup.com to learn about primary medical care in Auburn, California. All patients on our videos give written consent to post videos on YouTube of their office visit and for discussion of their medical condition voluntarily and without coercion. Music Credit: "BirdBrainz" by Otis McDonald (Royalty Free Music on YouTube).
Views: 47106 Auburn Medical Group
Johnson's Abscessed Scalp, Viscous Lidocaine, Gonzo, Coconut, & Wow JoJo Flamenco!
 
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Meta-Seven from Dr. G: Meta-Seven on Amazon: Blemish Removal Tools: Email: johngilmoremd@mac.com.
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Self Intubation with Video RIFL
 
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This is a video of me intubating myself in a standing position with the Video Rigid Intubating Flexible Laryngoscope (VRIFL or V RIFL) by AI Medical Devices (aimedicaldevices.com) by my count it takes about 16 seconds to place the Endotracheal Tube (Parker 7.0 ETT parkermedical.com). The only anesthetic used was 5mL of 4% Lidocaine administered by MADgic Laryngo-Tracheal Atomizer (http://www.wolfetory.com/). I wish I could have superimposed a view of what the VRIFL sees and a macro view of what I'm doing but we only had one video camera (wishing I had an iPhone 3GS now...) but after I was intubated we disconnected the camera from the scope and filmed me jiggling and then removing the ETT. Incidentally I'm not financially involved with any of the above companies I just like to know where people get their tools.
Views: 8712 ThomasGallen
R. City - Locked Away ft. Adam Levine
 
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R. City's debut album "What Dreams Are Made Of" Available NOW! Get it on: Apple Music: http://smarturl.it/RCityEPi?IQid=yt Stream On Spotify: http://smarturl.it/RCityEPs?IQid=yt Google Play: http://smarturl.it/RCityEPg?IQid=yt Amazon: http://smarturl.it/RCityEPa?IQid=yt Follow R. City: https://twitter.com/rcity https://www.facebook.com/RCity https://instagram.com/rcity/ http://everythingrcity.com
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How to Use A Rectal Applicator.m4v
 
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This video will teach you how to use a rectal applicator and explain storage and insertion techniques. For more question please call the Medicine Shoppe Pharmacy in New Philadelphia, Ohio at 830-1028. The Medicine Shoppe is an accredited compounding pharmacy by PCAB.
Views: 303684 gomedshoprx
Luksus - 01 - Put Mig
 
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Luksus was an acclaimed Danish indie band formed in Copenhagen in the winter of 1994 by Mikael Simpson (gtr. vox. perc.) , Lise Westzynthius (vox. & piano) and Georg Rune Andersen (bass). In 1995 Henrik Vibskov (drums) was added. The foursome released a self titled ep in 1997 on Danish record label Lidocaine. In 1998 they released the debut album "Repertoire" also on Lidocaine. The group was disbanded in May of 2001. Both Mikael Simpson and Lise Westzynthius has continued with their own solo projects. This track is taken from single "Put Mig"
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Meghan Trainor - Like I'm Gonna Lose You ft. John Legend
 
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Download "Title" at iTunes: http://smarturl.it/MTitle Amazon: http://smarturl.it/Ttle_MT Spotify: http://smarturl.it/Spf_Title Google: http://smarturl.it/GPTtle https://www.facebook.com/meghantrainorsongs https://twitter.com/meghan_trainor http://instagram.com/meghan_trainor http://www.meghan-trainor.com/ © 2015 Epic Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment
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Epidural Anesthesia || in Cattle
 
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Epidural anesthesia in Cattle Epidural anesthesia involves injection of local anesthetic and/or other appropriate drugs into the epidural space at the sacro-coccygeal or first intercoccygeal junction in order to produce analgesia of the tail, perineum, genitalia and pelvic viscera. Materials Required • Scissors • Disposable syringe (5 or 10 ml) • Disposable needle (20 gauge) • Antiseptic swab • Inj. 2% Lignocaine Hcl Location of epidural site In cattle, epidural anesthesia is administered at Sacrococcygeal junction between I & II coccygeal vertebrae The site for insertion of the needle is determined by elevating and lowering the tail in a pump-handle fashion and feeling where the vertebral joints are located by the depression and movement between the vertebrae. The joint between the first and second coccygeal vertebrae is the most moveable. In proceeding caudally, the first vertebrae joint in which movement can usually be felt is between the last sacral and first occygeal vertebrae. The exact position of the sacrococcygeal junction or the space between the first and second coccygeal vertebrae can be located by palpating the borders with simultaneous pumping of the tail. Epidural site preparation The hairs are properly clipped using either scissors or hair clipper. The skin over the first intercoccygeal space is disinfected by applying antiseptic solution. Epidural – needle insertion The needle is introduced at a 10 degree angle caudally from the perpendicular, until it strikes the bottom of the vertebral canal of the last sacral vertebra. When the needle contacts the floor of the vertebral canal, it is withdrawn about 0.5 cm. The needle tip should then be in the epidural space of the neural canal. Aspiration of a few drops of anesthetic solution from the hub into the needle (hanging drop technique), and minimal resistance to injection indicate correct placement. If the needle is inserted carefully, one can often feel the point of the needle "pop" through the thick connective tissue sheath covering the nerve. Injecting the anesthetics 3 ml of 2% lignocaine with epinephrine is injected in cows for low epidural which will induce paralysis of tail, and analgesia of perineum rectum, and the inner aspect of the thigh without affecting hind limb motor coordination. The syringe is connected and injected slowly. Onset of paralysis of the tail 60 to 90 seconds after injection confirms correct injection. With 2% lidocaine analgesia persists for about 60 minutes with complete recovery after two hours
Vaccination petite enfance- administrer et consigner
 
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Vaccination d'un bébé de 2 mois.
Views: 7989 Viviane Fournier
A Bas les PREJUGES !!!! Révélations sur l'implant-Contraception
 
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Lidocaine Injections
 
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Local anesthesia
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