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 procedures and rationales. A summary and quick review conclude each section. Links to accompanying static images are also included. The fourth 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 assessment.

Limits and Restrictions

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  • Please note that the license for this product does not allow you to copy, reproduce, or redistribute any of the images or videos.
  • Also note that due to the subject content of this product consideration must be given to others when viewing it in a public area.

System Requirements

Table of Contents


Head-to-Toe Assessment of the Adult

Head-to-Toe Assessment of the Infant

Head-to-Toe Assessment of the Child

Abdomen

Breasts and Axillae

Male Genitalia, Hernias, Rectum, and Prostate

Cardiovascular System

Peripheral Vascular System

Female Genitalia, Anus, and Rectum

Head, Eyes, and Ears

Musculoskeletal System

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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Windows

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Last modified: 12/08/16
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