Anthonia and Kelly Nurse Resus Practice, MTM, CPR, Defib, Respirator, Ventilator, Intubation

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Anthonia and Kelly Nurse Resus Practice, MTM, CPR, Defib, Respirator, Ventilator, Intubation

Post by alexpwm » Sat Aug 19, 2017 1:33 am

Anthonia and Kelly Nurse Resus Practice, MTM, CPR, Defib, Respirator, Ventilator, Intubation
(English) Kelly and Anthonia relax in a break room enjoying coffee and donuts. Kelly brings up a previous code they had when the patient didn't make it because of poor oxygen to the body. She pulls out a letter detailing what she they need to improve to do a better job.They both finishes their coffee and head into an empty room. Kelly expresses her nervousness about Anthonia practicing on her to improve their resus technique. Anthonia suggests she lay down first to try and relax Kelly. They agree, and Anthonia becomes the first patient. Kelly breathes for Anthonia and checks her breathing and pulse. Kelly does MTM breathing first, then ambu bagging. After several minutes, Anthonia asks if Kelly now feels more comfortable about being the patient. They switch, and Kelly tries to relax. Anthonia breathes for Kelly a few times but Kelly is so nervous she can't stay still. She suggests sedating Kelly. They have to get this right so Kelly agrees with trepidation. She begins more mtm breathing. After several rounds of mtm breathing, Anthonia notices Kelly seems too relaxed. She thinks nothing of it at first and starts some ambu bagging. a couple rounds later, Anthonia intubates Kelly, and realizes Kelly isn't breathing on her own. She checks Kelly's vitals, and to her horror Kelly has no pulse! Anthonia panics, but quickly regians her composure and begins many cycles of CPR with deep and strong chest compressions and breathing. The defibrillator is charged but there is no response following the shock. Anthonia continues the resus procedure. After several cycles of CPR, defibbing and breathing, Kelly's pulse returns, but Anthonia notices she is still not breathing. She hooks Kelly up to the ventillator and leaves the room to report what just happened. What follows is a long ventilator scene from many angles. This clip for all resus fans, focused to MTM breathing, CPR - deep and strong compressions - and detailed respirator scene! Don’t miss this one!

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Re: Anthonia and Kelly Nurse Resus Practice, MTM, CPR, Defib, Respirator, Ventilator, Intubation

Post by trinityk7 » Sat Aug 19, 2017 2:38 am

Not gonna lie -- the video preview loosened my wallet.


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Re: Anthonia and Kelly Nurse Resus Practice, MTM, CPR, Defib, Respirator, Ventilator, Intubation

Post by mtmfan » Sat Aug 19, 2017 7:27 am

Would the reply of this was my custom I commissioned a month ago answer that question?
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Re: Anthonia and Kelly Nurse Resus Practice, MTM, CPR, Defib, Respirator, Ventilator, Intubation

Post by Pocketmaskguy » Mon Aug 21, 2017 4:10 am

Is there a substantial amount of MTM in this?

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Re: Anthonia and Kelly Nurse Resus Practice, MTM, CPR, Defib, Respirator, Ventilator, Intubation

Post by mtmfan » Mon Aug 21, 2017 9:03 am

I don't want to discourage a sale here, but to answer your question, this doesn't have as much mtm as some of my previous customs. Only about 30% or so of the video is mtm. Sorry.
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Re: Anthonia and Kelly Nurse Resus Practice, MTM, CPR, Defib, Respirator, Ventilator, Intubation

Post by Pocketmaskguy » Mon Aug 21, 2017 6:40 pm

Ok - thanks for letting me know.

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