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Medcom Complete Nursing Assistant DVD Series

by LifeForm


Medcom Complete Nursing Assistant DVD Series

This comprehensive - 40 DVD - video series builds skills and confidence by accurately providing a clear picture of how to perform basic skills. Features standardized training that is concise, simple, and documentable. Designed to meet learning needs of student nursing assistants and professional nursing assistants practicing in a hospital or long-term care environment as well as other care institutions. Demonstrates roles and responsibilities for quality patient care. 

Titles include:

  • Infection Control Skills
  • Measuring Vital Signs
  • Moving and Turning Skills
  • Transfer and Ambulation Skills
  • Personal Care Skills for the Care Provider
  • Oral Care
  • Essential Elimination Skills
  • Techniques in Toileting and Incontinent Care
  • Serving a Meal
  • Range of Motion Exercises
  • Bedmaking
  • Measuring Weight and Height
  • Positioning Techniques
  • Techniques in Bathing: Tub Bath, Shower, Shampoo and Perineal Care
  • Techniques in Bathing: The Bed Bath
  • Assessment: Recognizing Abnormal Signs and Symptoms
  • Ostomy, Urinary Drainage and Catheter Care
  • Communication with Residents and Their Families
  • Documentation
  • Pain Management
  • Wandering and Elopement
  • Understanding Abuse and Neglect
  • Understanding and Caring for Residents with Depression
  • Dementia Care, Part 1
  • Dementia Care, Part 2
  • Dementia Care, Part 3
  • Resident Rights
  • Pressure Ulcer Prevention
  • Nutrition and Hydration
  • Caring for Residents with Dignity and Respect
  • Recognizing and Reporting Changes in a Resident's Physical Condition
  • Recognizing and Reporting Changes in a Resident's Mental Condition
  • Understanding Skin Breakdown
  • Infection Control
  • Fall Prevention
  • Safe Transfer
  • Incontinence Care
  • Understanding Restorative Care Part 1: Introduction to Restorative Care
  • Understanding Restorative Care Part 2: Getting a Resident Started
  • Understanding Restorative Care Part 3: Restorative Care Practices