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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
Views: 3359 ProCPR
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: 4396 AIME Airway
Awake Endotracheal Intubation
 
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Dr. Michael Bailin demonstrates an awake endotracheal intubation at the Massachusetts General Hospital.
Views: 605592 Seth Bailin
Neubilized LIDOCAINE for intractable cough
 
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Lidocaine can be nebulized at a dose of 1mg/kg to help patients where no other measures have helped their cough. HELP SUPPORT THIS PAGE!!! Purchase items from Amazon using this link to help support the page: http://www.amazon.com/?tag=theedexitvideo-20 Emergency Medical Kit from Amazon: http://amzn.to/1YMbtjo OSHA First Aid Kit: http://amzn.to/1YMblRd Manicure / Pedicture Set: http://amzn.to/1W8EyI7 Stainless Steel Blackhead Removal Kit: http://amzn.to/1OReNJM Dr. Gilmore's Meta-Seven: http://amzn.to/1NDWnvZ Warning: This video may contain surgical and/or procedural content. The content seen in this video is provided only for medical education purposes and is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Subscribe: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCAuYYKWq7txPuft_jsowwUQ?sub_confirmation=1 Best of TheEDexitVideo: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCus9H-X9vLMi6iKQj2OoI1g?sub_confirmation=1 Dislocated Finger Reducation: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hrd1cairk4Y Cellulitis: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I9Tp0lo5un8 Tooth Extraction: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XPZOmkgxXjs Please check out my patient education website: http://www.EDexitVideo.com This video may contain cysts, blood, abscesses, dislocations and other content. Viewer discretion is advised.
Views: 660 EDexitVideoPRO
Myofascial Pain Syndrome and Trigger Points Treatments, Animation.
 
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This animation and many other pain management related videos/images (in HD) are available for instant download licensing here: https://www.alilamedicalmedia.com/-/galleries/images-videos-by-medical-specialties/pain-management-images-and-videos ©Alila Medical Media. All rights reserved. Support us on Patreon and get FREE downloads and other great rewards: patreon.com/AlilaMedicalMedia Perfect for patient education. All images/videos by Alila Medical Media are for information purposes ONLY and are NOT intended to replace professional medical advice, diagnosis or treatment. Always seek the advice of a qualified healthcare provider with any questions you may have regarding a medical condition. Myofascial pain syndrome is a common chronic pain disorder that can affect various parts of the body. Myofascial pain syndrome is characterized by presence of hyperirritable spots located in skeletal muscle called trigger points. A trigger point can be felt as a band or a nodule of muscle with harder than normal consistency. Palpation of trigger points may elicit pain in a different area of the body. This is called referred pain. Referred pain makes diagnosis difficult as the pain mimics symptoms of more well-known common conditions. For example, trigger point related pain in the head and neck region may manifest as tension headache, temporomandibular joint pain, eye pain, or tinnitus. Symptoms of myofascial pain syndrome include regional, persistent pain, commonly associated with limited range of motion of the affected muscle. The pain is most frequently found in the head, neck, shoulders, extremities, and lower back. Trigger points are developed as a result of muscle injury. This can be acute trauma caused by sport injury, accident, or chronic muscle overuse brought by repetitive occupational activities, emotional stress or poor posture. A trigger point is composed of many contraction knots where individual muscle fibers contract and cannot relax. These fibers make the muscle shorter and constitute a taut band -- a group of tense muscle fibers extending from the trigger point to muscle attachment. The sustained contraction of muscle sarcomeres compresses local blood supply, resulting in energy shortage of the area. This metabolic crisis activates pain receptors, generating a regional pain pattern that follows a specific nerve passage. The pain patterns are therefore consistent and are well documented for various muscles. Treatment of myofascial pain syndrome aims to release trigger points and return the affected muscle to original length and strength. Common treatment options include: - Manual therapy, such as massage, involves application of certain amount of pressure to release trigger points. The outcome of manual therapy strongly depends on the skill level of the therapist. - The Spray and Stretch technique makes use of a vapor coolant to quickly decrease skin temperature while passively stretching the target muscle. A sudden drop in skin temperature provides a pain relief effect, allowing the muscle to fully stretch, and thus releasing the trigger points. - Trigger point injections with saline, local anesthetics or steroids are well accepted as effective treatments for myofascial trigger points. - Dry needling -- insertion of a needle without injecting any solution - is reported to be as effective as injections.
Views: 749931 Alila Medical Media
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
Views: 153 Tumescent.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: 220357 AirwayOnDemand
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: 14506 airway neuro
Painless Nasogastric Tube Placement
 
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We demonstrate in this video techniques for painless nasogastric tube placement.
Views: 15670 Larry Mellick
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.
Views: 59390 EDexitVideoPRO
Ventricular tachycardia (VT) - causes, symptoms, diagnosis, treatment & pathology
 
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What is ventricular tachycardia? Ventricular tachycardia (V-tach or VT) is a type of arrhythmia in which a fast heart rate originates from the ventricles. Find more videos at http://osms.it/more. Study better with Osmosis Prime. Retain more of what you’re learning, gain a deeper understanding of key concepts, and feel more prepared for your courses and exams. Sign up for a free trial at http://osms.it/more. Subscribe to our Youtube channel at http://osms.it/subscribe. Get early access to our upcoming video releases, practice questions, giveaways and more when you follow us on social: Facebook: http://osms.it/facebook Twitter: http://osms.it/twitter Instagram: http://osms.it/instagram Osmosis's Vision: Empowering the world’s caregivers with the best learning experience possible.
Views: 210741 Osmosis
Self Airway Exam First Attempt - No Lidocaine
 
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I had much more control of my gag with just a little lidocaine jelly dabbed on the back of my throat.
Views: 696 NERDO
Intra-Tympanic Steroid Injection for Sudden Hearing Loss
 
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https://www.FauquierENT.net - This HD video demonstrates how steroid injection is performed into the ear for patients suffering from sudden sensorineural hearing loss. Read more about sudden hearing loss here http://goo.gl/0F1as Follow Us on Twitter http://www.twitter.com/fauquierent Like Us on Facebook http://www.facebook.com/fauquierent
Views: 139037 Fauquier ENT
Lidocaine Injection
 
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For lacerations
Views: 15435 Eric Balighian
Anal Fissure - Meditoons™
 
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Anal Fissure. Fissure. What causes a fissure? How is a fissure treated? Meditoons™ A good meditoon first establishes the normal anatomy and function, and then shows the development of the disease process. Meditoons are left without audio on purpose. They are meant for the physician to fill in their own narrative. Our first edition covers common disorders of the Gastro-intestinal tract. The Meditoons™ app contains full-resolution animations and can be download free from the iTunes App Store. Go to meditoons.com to get more information.
Views: 77697 Meditoons
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: 60720 The Prepper Pages
Attempt #2 intubation
 
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Spencer tries again, after a little more topical lidocaine. Not a pretty sight.
Views: 4944 zenbronzed
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.
Views: 3972143 TED-Ed
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
Views: 542264445 RockCityVEVO
Feline Intubation Globe University
 
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Intubation of a feline
Views: 18664 Katie Reif
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.
Views: 100022 TheApprenticeCorp
Martin Garrix - Animals (Official Video)
 
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Like this track? Add it to your favourite Spotify/Apple Music playlist HERE: https://martingarrix.lnk.to/animals!YT Martin Garrix and Spinnin' Records proudly present the official video for Animals. Subscribe to Spinnin TV NOW : http://bit.ly/SPINNINTV Join Martin Garrix: http://facebook.com/martingarrix http://twitter.com/martingarrix Directed by: Mark Loonen / http://www.mrk1.nl --- The Spinnin’ Records YouTube channel is the home for all music videos of the world’s leading dance record label! We feature the latest music videos by Spinnin’ artists like Oliver Heldens, Sam Feldt, KSHMR, Ummet Ozcan, Blasterjaxx, Merk & Kremont, Timmy Trumpet, Tujamo, Alok, Curbi, Mike Williams, Lucas & Steve and many, many more! Expect daily uploads of official music videos, lyric videos and artwork videos across genres like dance, house, electro house, future house, deep house, big room and trap. Make sure to subscribe to Spinnin' Records: http://bit.do/spinnintv ..and turn on notifications to stay updated with all new uploads!🔔 Follow Spinnin’ Records: https://open.spotify.com/user/spinninrecordsofficial https://soundcloud.com/spinninrecords https://facebook.com/SpinninRecords https://instagram.com/spinninrecords https://twitter.com/SpinninRecords https://spinninrecords.com #MartinGarrix #SpinninRecords #Spinnin
Views: 1171500658 Spinnin' Records
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: 5357 DrER.tv
Lidocaine creme
 
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Behandeling van neuropathische pijnen met lidocaine creme
Views: 520 Polyneuropathie4u
Lichen Sclerosus and Vulvodynia:  What They Are and How I Treat Them
 
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Disclaimer: I'm not a medical professional so PLEASE consult a doctor before using any of these items. I'm just speaking of my own experience in the hope that it helps give people an idea of possible treatment options. Excuse the blinking/hair touching/slight erratic behaviour, I get anxious talking about stuff like this I feel is super important. Info on Lichen Sclerosus- http://www.britishskinfoundation.org.uk/SkinInformation/AtoZofSkindisease/LichenSclerosus.aspx?gclid=Cj0KEQjwjdLOBRCkoYX9vtaFv-UBEiQAWPn4YIZMFbZXqlAKrOiAGwg89RMckpj7NxBWMCxlpwZpkO4aAq-z8P8HAQ Info on Vulvodynia- http://www.nhs.uk/conditions/vulvodynia/Pages/Introduction.aspx I've listed the products I use below with links containing information where possible- 1. Steroid cream/ointment. I use Dermovate: http://www.netdoctor.co.uk/medicines/skin-and-hair/a6539/dermovate-cream-and-ointment-clobetasol/ Prescription needed. 2. Emollient- I suggest using the ointment rather than cream to avoid stinging. I use Hydromol: http://www.hydromol.co.uk/ No prescription needed. 3. Lidocaine- I've been suggested to use the 5% version: https://www.webmd.com/drugs/2/drug-8532-9170/lidocaine-topical/lidocaine-topical/details Prescription may be needed. 4. Oestrogen- I use a pessary insert called Vagifem, though creams are also available: https://www.vagifem.com/ Prescription needed. My social media- Twitter (NSFW): @roomorgue Instagram: roomorgueraphaelite my email is roomorgue@gmail.com for contact
Views: 1740 Roo Morgue
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
Views: 41071 OnlineLidocaine.com
OMFG - Hello
 
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'Feeling Sheepish'...http://bit.ly/SuicideSheepSpotify MERRY CHRISTMAS!!!! Download... https://bitly.com/alexomfghello OMFG https://soundcloud.com/alexomfg https://www.facebook.com/alexomfg https://twitter.com/AlexSavageOMFG http://www.alexomfg.com/ Sheepy on Spotify http://bit.ly/MrSuicideSheepSpotify Live Sheepy Stream! http://bit.ly/2kvdDdS Facebooobs https://www.facebook.com/MrSuicideSheep Follow on Soundcloud https://soundcloud.com/mrsuicidesheep Follow on Twitter https://twitter.com/mrsuicidesheep Website http://mrsuicidesheep.com Sheepy Shop http://bit.ly/2b8GvBm Submit Tracks http://bit.ly/2aPHMvw Hello produced by OMFG is licensed under Creative Commons. http://creativecommons.org/licenses/b...
Views: 188929226 MrSuicideSheep
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: 13997 Lunatus Middle East
Skrillex and Diplo - "Where Are Ü Now" with Justin Bieber (Official Video)
 
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“We are being overwhelmed, in a good way, by the success of “Where Are Ü Now” with Justin Bieber, so with the video we wanted to just take it back to the beginning of the record & essentially create an ode to our fans. Doing what we do, it’s entirely all about the fans. We walk a fine line by being “famous” and in the public eye but we are only here because of you, the fans. Justin wrote this record during a tough time in his life and it comes to us that sometimes, as artists, we are also just objects and we have to take that as much as we have to use that to create. We all do this for you, respect that you put us here and it’s Ü that made the video.” - JACK Ü Official Jack Ü Store: http://smarturl.it/JackUStuff Skrillex and Diplo Present Jack Ü iTunes: http://smarturl.it/PresentingJackU Spotify: http://smarturl.it/S_PresentingJackU Beatport: http://smarturl.it/B_PresentingJackU Get the "Where Are Ü Now" Remixes from Kaskade, Marshmello, Rustie and Ember Island: iTunes: http://smarturl.it/WhereAreUNowRemixes Spotify: http://smarturl.it/WhereAreUNowRemixesS Directed by Brewer Production Company - Prettybird Executive Producer - Candice Dragonas Producer - Nathan Scherrer Edit, Color and EFX - Brewer Additional EFX - Gloria EFX Follow Jack Ü Online http://facebookcom/jackuofficial http://soundcloud.com/jacku http://jackuofficial.com Follow Justin Bieber Online http://facebook.com/JustinBieber http://twitter.com/justinbieber
Views: 1037263275 Jack Ü
Chalktalk  #3: Pretreatment for RSI in Head Injury
 
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We discuss the use of fentanyl and lidocaine for pretreatment prior to intubation in the head injured patient. The evidence in favor of lidocaine is pretty sparse but there is some support for fentanyl if you have time. Rich makes some excellent points about the risks of fentanyl not being as high as they may be perceived. This chalk talk was given at GRU's emergency medicine conference on 9-2-15.
Views: 280 Daniel McCollum
Serious Sartorius Confusion
 
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This video shows the emergency room visit of a young male athlete who at first appears to have the classical presentation of a Sartorius muscle tear. However, further investigation demonstrates a surprise clinical finding.
Views: 29445 Larry Mellick
Can This Pediatric BVM Be Used for Preoxygenation?
 
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Our earlier video demonstrated how our adult Bag-Valve-Mask (BVM) brand would work nicely for preoxygenation. However, we had not looked closely at our pediatric BVM to see if it would allow preoxygenation. Well, we were glad we did. Our pediatric BVM proved to not be very conducive to be used for preoxygenation.
Views: 4746 Larry Mellick
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.
Views: 15904 BuddhaCanooda
Robert Ruben Diaz - Lidocaine killer
 
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Valdir Segato et ses muscles au synthol
 
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Le bodybuilder brésilien Valdir Segato nous montre ses gros muscles gonflés au synthol. Il possède des bras énormes et des pectoraux surdéveloppés qui ressemblent à des seins. Pour info, le synthol est un mélange d’acides gras, de lidocaïne et d’alcool qui se présente sous la forme d’une solution huileuse. Les injections dans les muscles font encourir de graves problèmes de santé, comme des infections et des abcès.
Views: 13773 Vidéo Drôle
Lidocaine Injections
 
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Local anesthesia
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Tick Removal: Blister  & Straw and Knot Methods
 
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Method of removing wood ticks, developed by Dr. Murakami, involves a subdermal injection at the bite site of a solution of Xylocaine and adrenalin. Successful in forcing the tick to retract its mouthparts and pull head out of skin, without emptying stomach contents into host (which would result in transmission of borellia bergdorferi spirochaete responsible for Lyme Disease) * Please Note: This procedure should only be done by a physician. Straw and knot method is another method used by Dr. Murakami. The success of this method lies in the subtle but constant upward pressure on the string once the tick is "caught" with the knot.
Views: 3566493 Melanie Lauren
Xylocaine  When Not to Use with Adrenaline
 
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Xylocaine: Where not to use with Adrenaline? "Digital PEN" Digits (Fingers and toes) Penis Ear Nose tip Adrenaline causes vasoconstriction which helps to trap Xylocaine (anaesthetic) locally prolonging its duration of action. The two are not used together at sites supplied by end arteries as the vasoconstriction produced by adrenaline can cause ischemic necrosis of the tissues. Adrenaline is also referred to as Epinephrine.
Views: 162 NAV MED VIDEOS
Anesthetics
 
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For more on Anesthetics visit www.surgerytheater.com.
Views: 187 Surgery Theater
RectiCare for Pain Relief from Hemorrhoids - Available at Walgreens, CVS and Rite Aid!
 
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Highest Lidocaine Strength Available OTC Rapid Relief from Pain, Itching and Burning For Hemorrhoids & Other Anorectal Disorders Visit us at www.RectiCare.com
How to extract Chemicals from Over the Counter Products
 
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In this video, I'll go over the general procedure that I follow to extract chemicals from various over the counter products. Link to my patreon: https://www.patreon.com/user?u=2448989&ty=h
Views: 267605 NileRed
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: 256673 gomedshoprx
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: 78192 CETL1
L'épilation du maillot: Ma méthode , إزالة الشعر من المنطقة الحساسة
 
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Nasogastric (NG) Feeding Tube - Insertion
 
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Megan Brashear, CVT, VTS (ECC), demonstrates how to place a nasogastric feeding tube in a large dog. Proper placement, testing, and securing the tube are covered.
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Депиляция зоны бикини в домашних условиях
 
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«Галька и Галыш» - эксперт в области домашней депиляции и революционер в сфере ухода за зоной бикини. Мы подготовили для вас наглядные и подробные видео-инструкции, которые помогут сделать домашнюю депиляцию легкой, эффективной и приятной процедурой.