This instructional video was produced by physicians at The Incredible Medical School.
The Incredible Medical School videos are for the general public. Educational and fun for kids and adults. Great for encouraging children’s interest in the medical field or stimulating children that are already interested in the medical field. Parents purchase these videos for their children and find themselves also using them. Perfect for science students in home schools, public schools, and colleges. Nurses and other healthcare professionals also use these videos for subjects and skills that are not taught in nursing school or to supplement subjects that are in the nursing school’s curriculum.
Great for adults wanting to learn the basics of this important medical procedure. Children interested in the medical field will find this package fun and educational. Home schools, private schools, and special magnet schools will find this package especially useful.
Although this video is not directed at nurses, medical students, and physicians, they may find this video useful. However, this video is not intended to teach medical professionals because their use of performance of this type of information and skills has to come from a certified and/or accredited person, company or institution.
Don't try to learn suturing by looking at pictures in a book. Get actual video instructions.
Instructional 4 hour video with detailed information and demonstrations.
The Video explains and demonstrates:
A systemic approach to wound repair.
Suture removal times.
Suture after care.
Instruments for surgery.
Types of sutures.
Types of needles.
Knot typing types and how to tie them.
Using Dermabond™ (skin glue) to close a wound.
Using staples to close a wound.
Removal of sutures and staples.
Most Medical videos are directed at medical professionals (doctors, nurses, etc). Those medical videos assume medical knowledge and also come with a high price. A 30 minutes medical video can cost over $100! So... why are we able to offer so many hours of videos and membership sites at such a low price? First, we use consumer high def cameras and instead of professional production companies, we do it in-house. Set up a camera and begin teaching the topic. Editing is done on our computer. So while the videos aren't "professional", they are good, educational and the price can be kept low for the general public (which is our target audience). No exciting special effects. No high prices - Just medical educational teachings.