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  • Abdominal Ultrasound

    Abdominal ultrasound is an imaging test that uses sound waves to form pictures of your abdominal organs. It can help detect organ problems, such as gallstones, kidney stones, or liver disease.

  • Abnormal Uterine Bleeding

    Abnormal uterine bleeding is irregular bleeding during a menstrual cycle that is caused by hormonal problems. The most common hormonal irregularity occurs because the ovary did not produce an egg during that particular cycle. This video explores other causes and when this bleeding is of concern.

  • After Hip Replacement: Using Your Crutches or Cane

    After hip replacement, it's important to learn how to properly and safely use your crutches or cane.

  • After Hip Replacement: Using Your Walker

    Learn how to use your walker after hip replacement.

  • After Knee Replacement: Using a Walker

    After knee replacement, you will learn how to use a walker.

  • After Umbilical Hernia Repair (Pediatric)

    A hernia is a weakness or tear in the wall of the belly. An umbilical hernia looks like a bubble or bulge near your child’s bellybutton. Although many umbilical hernias close on their own, some require surgery. During your child’s surgery, the healthcare provider made a small incision and repaired the muscle. Here are some instructions to help you care for child once at home.

  • Anatomy of the Female Urinary Tract

    Your urinary tract helps to get rid of urine (your body’s liquid waste). The kidneys collect unneeded chemicals and water, making urine. Urine travels through the ureters to the bladder. The bladder fills with urine, holding it until you’re ready to release it.

  • Anatomy of the Male Urinary Tract

    Your urinary tract helps to get rid of your body’s liquid waste. The kidneys collect unneeded chemicals and water, making urine. Urine travels through the ureters to the bladder.

  • Anatomy of the Uterus

    The uterus is part of the female reproductive system. You may know it as the womb.

  • Blood Thinners: Using Warfarin

    Warfarin is a medicine that helps keep your blood from clotting. This can lower your risk for a blood clot, stroke, or heart attack. But you must take important steps when you are on warfarin. This video will show you what to do.

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