Asthma Inhale

Asthma Inhaler Child

Asthma Inhaler adult

Asthma : A multimedia Course
Asthma : A multimedia Course, spans the entire curriculum of a patient education training course. The program offers over three hours of self guided instruction divided into eight lessons.

You will find an easy to use guide about asthma triggers, symptoms, treatment, and prevention. Asthma is a very treatable disease and the following information will allow you to identify and treat asthma symptoms before an asthma attack can occur. The main goal of this educational tool is to help you identify symptoms and treat them as soon as they occur.

You will also find here a guide for school's teachers, coaches, and staff. Asthma is a leading cause of school absenteeism. Approximately 5 million school aged children have asthma. More than 3 million of these children have had an asthma attack in the preceding year. School staff and families can play an important role in helping students with asthma manage their disease at school.

Asthma Inhale

Asthma Inhaler Child

Asthma Inhaler adult

Sleep Disorder : A multimedia Course
Sleep Disorder: A multimedia course, is a patient educational software and web site. The software combines interactive rich content with graphics, videos and animations to create a user friendly interactive media application which can run from a web site or standalone. It concentrates on Obstructive Sleep Apnea, Insomnia, RLS, Narcolepsy, and DSPS. It also includes information and videos about dental appliances for sleep apnea, their usage and advantages.

High definition videos show the different stages of sleep apnea treatment starting from the initial visit to the sleep clinic, diagnosis by the sleep doctor, connecting a patient in the sleep room, viewing and understanding the results in the sleep lab.

Other videos by respiratory therapist show different CPAP machines available and how to use them.


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Childbirth: A Multimedia Course and Resource Kit
Childbirth: A Multimedia Course and Resource Kit is a computer-based program that provides valuable information and teaches critical childbearing skills. The lessons begin during the last weeks of pregnancy. They then proceed step-by-step through the three stages of labor. Each labor lesson identifies what to expect and uses specialists to teach coping techniques. For example, a physician discusses the best positions for delivery, while a nurse demonstrates pain relief options during contractions. A Resource kit provides helpful templates, forms, live birth video, and suggestions that can be printed out and taken with you during interactions with healthcare providers.

It uses varied media – video clips, audio clips, images, and graphics – to enrich information quality and model critical skills.

It is an interactive learning experience. Each lesson begins with clear learning objectives. You are at the helm, selecting topics you want or need to know when you want or need the information. Optional self-assessments at the end of the lesson let you gauge how well you have mastered key points.

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Postpartum: A Multimedia Course and Resource Kit
Postpartum: A Multimedia Course and Resource Kit is a computer-based program that provides valuable information and teaches critical postpartum skills. The lessons teach care of the mother, baby, and feeding techniques.

The program was co-authored by a group of professionals in the field – including a family medicine physician with an obstetric specialty and a registered nurse, both mothers of small children.

This program models and demonstrates useful techniques: how to give medicine to a baby, how to breast-feed, how to prepare formula. You interact with video clips, sound, and graphics to get maximal benefit from the cadre of techniques and helpers we have placed at your disposal.

Text descriptions are compact, complete, and easy to comprehend. Checklists and reminders are abundant.

Resource kit aids offer sample questions you can use to ask appropriate questions in follow-up doctor visits for yourself and your child; to know what information to have at hand if you must call a pediatrician about your newborn’s well-being;



Central Venous Catheters (CVC)
Central venous catheters (CVC)are catheters inserted into the major deep (also termed central) veins of the neck, chest, or abdomen. CVCs are used for monitoring hemodynamic status, for administering medications or parenteral nutrition that require a high flow system for mixing, or for dialysis. Placement of a CVC is therefore one of the most common procedures performed in the care of high-risk patients. This program is designed to rapidly orient medical students, residents, attending physicians, and nurses to a standardized method of central venous catheter (CVC) placement.



Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD)
COPD: A Multimedia Course is an easy-to-use guide to COPD, its symptoms, known causes, diagnosis, and available treatment options. The program offers over three hours of self-guided instruction, divided into five lessons, spanning a comprehensive curriculum of patient education and training. Lessons include strategies for improved diet, fitness, and other lifestyle changes that can alleviate symptoms and improve overall respiratory health. The course also describes medications and therapies that can prevent or minimize worsening of the disease.




Sleep Wellness
Sleep Wellness: A Multimedia Course is an easy to use guide about common sleep disorders such as Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA), Insomnia, Restless Leg Syndrome, Narcolepsy, and Delayed Sleep Phase Syndrome (DSPS). It includes information about the physiology, symptoms, causes, diagnosis, and treatment options for each of the sleep disorders. Eastern medicine approaches show how to help yourself cope with your sleep disorders by changing your life style (exercise, nutrition), as well as using Yoga, meditation, Chinese medicine, acupuncture, and behavior therapy.



Dental Sleep Medicine - Patient Education DVDs
is the best source of education for your patients while they sit in the waiting room. The videos raise awareness about OSA, discuss the symptoms, causes, risks, different treatment options available today, and advantages/ disadvantages of each treatment option. World-renown Dr. Michael Simmons, DMD, takes you through the process of admitting a new patient to the clinic, the initial intake interview, performing the physical exam, selecting and fitting a mouthpiece, follow–up process, and more.