British Universities Film & Video Council

moving image and sound, knowledge and access

Medi-Vision (Parts 16-26)

Synopsis
Medical education programmes providing demonstrations of various aspects of the clinical method and clinical medicine. These programmes cover paediatrics, obstetrics and gynaecology, cardiac cases, respiratory physical signs, the modern management of prostatic disease, and insertion and care of the central venous pressure line.
16, 17 (presenter John E Sanderson): History and demonstration of the physical signs of four different congenital and valvular heart conditions, with clearly recorded heart sounds and murmurs.
18 (presenters Peter S F Chan and Con Metreweli): Clinical and diagnostic features of benign and malignant prostatic disease and a demonstration of the technique of prostatic ultrasound on two elderly men. Shows trans-urethral prostatectomy and discusses recent advances in the medical management of prostatic disease.
19 (presenter David C Anderson): History followed by an demonstration of the physical signs and X-ray findings on each of five patients with different lung diseases. Most of the important respiratory physical signs likely to be encountered are recorded and demonstrated, and their use in the diagnostic process discussed. The programme supplements Part 2, where the systematic examination of the respiratory system is demonstrated on a normal volunteer.
20 (presenter by Peter B Sullivan): The assessment of childhood development at different ages: three months, 10 months, 18 months and 2 1/2 years, all on the same child. Discusses important aspects of development at different ages.
21 (presenters Peter B Sullivan and J Stewart Forsyth): Techniques for examining children at different ages - at birth, 10 months, 2 1/2 years and 6 years. These change dramatically as the child gets older, both as the reason for the examination changes, and as the child develops and matures.
22 (presenters Peter B Sullivan and Martin C O Bax): Different facets of the presentation and management of illness in children. A useful supplement for teaching when patients are not available and for studying conditions such as cerebral palsy or pertussis which the student may not otherwise see.
23 (presenter Naren Patel): Antenatal care and the place within it of amniocentesis in a 37-year-old woman in early pregnancy. Also demonstrates and discusses ultrasound, both as part of amniocentesis and for screening for congenital abnormalities.
24 (presenter Philip Owen): An approach to late pregnancy on a woman with a normal pregnancy and on three others with common obstetric problems. Shows an intepretation of a cardiotocograph.
25 (presenter Ian D Duncan): Some important gynaecological problems shown in a woman with two different conditions: CIN and pelvic mass. Demonstrates the sensitive handling of a patient’s problems as well as the use of colposcopy and pelvic ultrasound.
26 (presenter John M Low): Demonstrates the relevant anatomy on a model and then the techniques, with full sterile procedure and use of the Seldinger guidewire, for cannulating the subclavian and internal jugular veins, and for reading the central venous pressure.
Language
English
Country
Great Britain
Medium
Video; Videocassette. VHS. col. 28, 34, 23, 38, 29, 59, 60, 22, 27, 31, 28 min.
Year of production
1995
Availability
Sale; 1995 sale: £42.00 (+p&p) each part
Documentation
Accompanying summary notes with each tape.
Uses
Undergraduate and postgraduate medical students.
Subjects
Medical sciences
Keywords
cardiac activity; gynaecology; medical diagnosis; obstetrics; paediatric examinations; prostate cancer; respiration; venous pulse

Credits

Producer
David C Anderson; Robert D Mitchell

Sections

Title
Cardiac cases 1
Synopsis
16, 17 (presenter John E Sanderson): History and demonstration of the physical signs of four different congenital and valvular heart conditions, with clearly recorded heart sounds and murmurs.

Title
Cardiac cases 2
Synopsis
18 (presenters Peter S F Chan and Con Metreweli): Clinical and diagnostic features of benign and malignant prostatic disease and a demonstration of the technique of prostatic ultrasound on two elderly men. Shows trans-urethral prostatectomy and discusses

Title
Modern management of prostatic disease, The
Synopsis
19 (presenter David C Anderson): History followed by an demonstration of the physical signs and X-ray findings on each of five patients with different lung diseases. Most of the important respiratory physical signs likely to be encountered are recorded an

Title
Respiratory physical signs
Synopsis
20 (presenter by Peter B Sullivan): The assessment of childhood development at different ages: three months, 10 months, 18 months and 2 1/2 years, all on the same child. Discusses important aspects of development at different ages.

Title
Paediatrics 1: developmental assessment
Synopsis
21 (presenters Peter B Sullivan and J Stewart Forsyth): Techniques for examining children at different ages - at birth, 10 months, 2 1/2 years and 6 years. These change dramatically as the child gets older, both as the reason for the examination changes,

Title
Paediatrics 2: examination of the child
Synopsis
22 (presenters Peter B Sullivan and Martin C O Bax): Different facets of the presentation and management of illness in children. A useful supplement for teaching when patients are not available and for studying conditions such as cerebral palsy or pertuss

Title
Paediatrics 3: sick children
Synopsis
23 (presenter Naren Patel): Antenatal care and the place within it of amniocentesis in a 37-year-old woman in early pregnancy. Also demonstrates and discusses ultrasound, both as part of amniocentesis and for screening for congenital abnormalities.

Title
Obstetrics and gynaecology 1: early antenatal care and amniocentesis
Synopsis
24 (presenter Philip Owen): An approach to late pregnancy on a woman with a normal pregnancy and on three others with common obstetric problems. Shows an intepretation of a cardiotocograph.

Title
Obstetrics and gynaecology 2: care in late pregnancy
Synopsis
25 (presenter Ian D Duncan): Some important gynaecological problems shown in a woman with two different conditions: CIN and pelvic mass. Demonstrates the sensitive handling of a patient's problems as well as the use of colposcopy and pelvic ultrasound.

Title
Obstetrics and gynaecology 3: assessment and treatment of common gynaecological problems
Synopsis
26 (presenter John M Low): Demonstrates the relevant anatomy on a model and then the techniques, with full sterile procedure and use of the Seldinger guidewire, for cannulating the subclavian and internal jugular veins, and for reading the central venous

Title
Practical procedure 2: insertion and care of the central venous pressure line

Production Company

Name

Educational Medical Services Ltd

Distributor

Name

Vidicom Ltd

Phone
0161-338 7364
Fax
0161-338 7364
Address
3 Lime Grove
Stalybridge
Cheshire
SK15 1UP
Notes
rec’d 11/95

Record Stats

This record has been viewed 1170 times.