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A shot in the Dark
Vista Point LOS ANGELES California
Heart failure, also called congestive heart failure, is a condition in which the heart cannot pump enough oxygenated blood to meet the needs of the body?s other organs. The heart keeps pumping, but not as efficiently as a healthy heart. Usually, the loss in the heart?s pumping action is a symptom of an underlying heart problem. Heart failure affects nearly 5 million US adults. It is on the rise with an estimated 400,000 to 700,000 new cases each ...
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Coronary Artery Disease and Angina Pectoris (Pathophysiology for Nurses)
Blanchard & Loeb
A shot in the Dark [HD]
Modern Marvels: Plumbing: The Arteries of Civilization (The History Channel)
A & E Home Video, 1998
What happens behind the walls of your house when you turn on the shower? How were the ancient Romans able to provide hot and cold running water millennia before the advent of electricity and gas heat? How does water get from reservoirs to people's homes? Behind the seemingly mundane topic of plumbing lies one of the most important stories in the history of civilization. For without water, there cannot be life. MODERN MARVELSTM traces the long ...
Modern Marvels: Plumbing: The Arteries Of Civilization
A & E Dod, 2009
The Heart (1950) [DVD] - A vintage Science & Biology Film
Quality Information Publishers, Inc., 1950
The film explores everything having to do with the health, disease, and mechanics of the heart, featuring striking vintage footage. The accomplished writer John Kieran narrates as scenes having to do with health and exercise, including men doing construction work and running in a race, illuminate the screen. The film offers many tips on how to achieve heart health, including warming up before running and avoiding sudden activities. In the spirit ...
Modern Marvels: Plumbing the Arteries of Civilization [VHS]
A & E Home Video, 2000
Each day, billions of gallons of water flow through cities into homes and back out again in a confusing mess of pipes, pumps, valves, and fixtures. The history of plumbing is a tale as crucial to survival as any--supplying ourselves with fresh water and disposing of human waste. From ancient solutions to the future, we'll plumb its depths.
Thoracic Disease (Home Use)
The weakening of the body's principle artery, the aorta, under high blood pressure can, over time, cause a ballooning effect that, if left untreated, could lead to a fatal rupture. In an effort to head off this problem, clinicians and researchers are promoting more preemptive screenings for people 50 years of age and older. They also continue to improve on new endoprosthesis to surgically treat aneurysms. This program explores the relationship ...
Coronary Artery Disease at Time of Diagnosis
Time Life Medical, 1996
Educational video to help patients understand diagnosis of Coronary Artery Disease; explores options for treatment and management, lifestyle tips. Workbook (pamplet size) included
Heart Disease (Home Use)
Information Television Network, 2006
Part of the award winning public television series Healthy Body/Healthy Mind. Heart Disease is the number one killer of both men and women in America today, but as this episode clearly states, if you know your risk and are aware of the symptoms, you can avoid falling victim to this devastating disease. Coronary Artery Disease or CAD is often a silent disease and in about half of the people with CAD the first sign of a problem is either a heart ...
Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm: A Silent Killer (Home Use)
Information Television Network, 2007
Most smokers know they are at risk for lung disease and heart disease, but few know they are damaging the most important artery in the body, the aorta. Abdominal Aortic Aneurysms give patients little to no warning signs that pressure is building in the aorta and causing a very serious condition. Undetected, the aneurysm can rupture causing internal bleeding and sending patients quickly into critical condition. However, if diagnosed in time, ...
PAD: Peripheral Arterial Disease
Human Body Systems: Circulatory DVD by Ann R. Edson M.Ed. and Richard Harris
Rich, colorful, animated graphics illustrate body system features; exciting video captures student interest. Interactive activities during video reinforce the series concepts of promoting healthful eating, exercise, and not smoking to keep the body functioning at its best. Shows how the heart and blood vessels - arteries, veins, and capillaries - carry nutrients and oxygen to the cells throughout the body. For Upper Elementary to Junior High ...
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