Delmar's Advanced Nursing Skills DVD

  • AUTHOR: Delmar
  • ISBN-13: 9781111125547 
  • Grade(s): 9 | 10 | 11 | 12
  • Mixed Media 
  • 2nd Edition  |  Previous Editions: 2004
  • ©2011     Published
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About The Product

As a part of a comprehensive skills series, Delmar’s Nursing Skills: ADVANCED NURSING SKILLS DVD, Second Edition contains approximately 150 minutes of step-by-step video on advanced nursing skills. This video series is an essential clinical tool for learning and reviewing critical nursing skills and will provide your students with comprehensive coverage of advanced skills from Medication Administration to Blood Transfusions. These videos are the perfect addition to any nursing program and are a critical component in the overall package of fundamentals offerings, including theory and skills texts.


  • Focuses on must-know Information.
  • Links to the Delmar’s Fundamental & Advanced Nursing Skills, 3E textbook content.
  • Includes Spanish and English closed captioning that makes the step—by-step video presentation of vital nursing skills truly accessible and user-friendly.
  • Emphasizes cultural diversity throughout with nurses and patients from a variety of different settings and backgrounds.
  • Filmed in a carefully controlled environment under expert supervision to ensure a direct, clear and accurate presentation of each skill.

About the Contributor

  • Delmar

    Find learning solutions to boost your career, augment your curriculum, improve your training courses or help you master new skills, from the leader in skills based solutions for educational institutions, businesses, and professionals – Delmar, a part of Cengage Learning.

Table of Contents

Advanced Skills.
Medication Administration By Parenteral Routes.
Administering An Intradermal Injection.
Administering A Subcutaneous Injection.
Administering An Intramuscular Injection.
Administering Medication Via Z-Track Injection.
Withdrawing Medication From A Vial.
Withdrawing Medication From An Ampoule.
Mixing Medications From Two Vials Into One Syringe.
Medication Administration By Non-Parenteral Routes.
Administering Oral, Sublingual, And Buccal Medications.
Administering Ear And Eye Medications.
Administering Skin/Topical Medications.
Administering Nasal Medications.
Administering Rectal Medications.
Administering Vaginal Medications.
Administering Nebulized Medications.
Medication Administration By Intravenous Solution.
Preparing An Iv Solution.
Adding Medications To An Iv Solution.
Administering Medications Via Secondary Administration Sets (Piggyback).
Administering Medications Via Iv Bolus Or Iv Push.
Administering Medications Via Volume-Control Sets.
Administering Medication Via A Cartridge System.
Administering Patient Controlled Analgesia (Pca).
Medication Administration: Introduction.
General Guidelines For Drug Safety/Administration.
Dosage Calculation Principles.
Iv Therapy.
General Principles.
Performing Venipuncture.
Starting An Iv.
Discontinuing An Iv.
Preparing The Iv Bag And Tubing.
Maintaining The Iv System.
Setting The Iv Flow Rate.
Assessing And Maintaining An Iv Insertion Site.
Changing The Iv Solution.
Discontinuing The Iv And Changing To A Heparin Or Saline Lock.
Blood Administration.
General Principals.
Administering A Blood Transfusion.
Assessing And Responding To Transfusion Reactions.
General Principals.
Administering Oxygen Therapy.
Assisting With Controlled Breathing.
Measuring Flow Rates.

New to this Edition

  • Contains updated nursing skills that reflect current equipment as well as standards and practice, including medication administration, standard precautions, safety guidelines and infection control.
  • Follows current HIPAA and CDC guidelines.
  • Filmed using current practitioners at the Atlanticare Regional Medical Center, a Magnet designated facility – the nursing professions highest honor.