This patient education tutorial discusses the causes, symptoms, diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of H1N1 flu.
Hand Injuries and Disorders
This program explains hand injuries and disorders. The program includes the following sections: what role do the hands and fingers play, what is carpal tunnel syndrome, what are fractures and dislocations, what is osteoarthritis, what is tendinitis and what are finger disorders. Finger disorders covered include Dupuytren's contracture and trigger finger.
This program explains hay fever. Hay fever is also known as rhinitis. The program includes the following sections: what is hay fever, what are the symptoms of hay fever, what causes hay fever, how is hay fever diagnosed, how is hay fever treated, and how to prevent hay fever.
This program will help you understand head lice. It discusses the symptoms, causes, diagnosis, and treatment of head lice.
This program focuses on sleep problems that are caused by lifestyle habits and not by diseases or sleep disorders. The program explains the importance of how much sleep you get and how good that sleep is. It then lists the role of sleeping in healthy living and the risks of not sleeping well. Finally, the program provides tips for healthy sleeping.
This patient education program helps you understand hearing loss. The program covers anatomy, symptoms, causes, diagnosis, and treatment.
This patient education program is for patients who may be at risk of a heart attack; it explains signs and causes of heart attacks and tips for prevention. Included are the following sections: Symptoms, Heart Anatomy, Causes, Angina vs. Heart Attack, Treatment, Your Emergency Plan, Cardiac Arrest, and Prevention.
Heart Disease in Women
This program explains heart disease in women. Heart disease is also known as cardiovascular disease. The program includes the following sections: what is the anatomy of the heart, what are risk factors for women for heart disease, what are symptoms for women of heart disease, what are complications caused by heart disease for women, how is heart disease diagnosed in women, and how is heart disease in women treated.
This program explains heart diseases. Heart diseases are also known as Cardiac Diseases and Neurocirculatory Asthenia. The program includes the following sections: what are diseases of the heart, what are the symptoms of heart diseases, what is coronary artery disease, what is heart valve disease, what is cardiomyopathy and how to reduce your risk of heart diseases.
Heart Valve Diseases
This program explains heart valve diseases. Heart valves can have three basic kinds of problems: regurgitation, stenosis or atresia. The program includes the following sections: what is the role of the heart, what are general symptoms of heart valve diseases, what are types of heart valve diseases, what are causes of heart valve diseases, how are heart valve diseases diagnosed and how are heart valve diseases treated.