Bates: A Visual Guide to Physical Examination
The Health Sciences Library is pleased to provide this "streaming video" version of Barbara Bates' "A Visual Guide to Physical Examination". The video clips demonstrate technique while audio content describes the procedures and rationales. A summary and quick review conclude each section. Links to accompanying static images are also included. The 4th edition has been supplemented with six new modules offering specific guidance on approach to the patient, general survey, vital signs and skin, and age appropriate head-to-toe assessement.
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Table of Contents
Head-to-Toe Assessment of the Adult
Head-to-Toe Assessment of the Infant
Head-to-Toe Assessment of the Child
Breasts and Axillae
Male Genitalia, Hernias, Rectum, and Prostate
Peripheral Vascular System
Female Genitalia, Anus, and Rectum
Head, Eyes, and Ears
Nervous System: Sensory System and Reflexes
Nervous System: Cranial Nerves and Motor System
Nose, Mouth, and Neck
Thorax and Lungs
General Survey and Vital Signs
Examination of the Skin
Approach to the Patient
Head-to-Toe Assessment of the Older Adult
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