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Cranial Nerve Assessment

Video Author: Nursing2015
Published on: 03.23.2015
Associated with: Nursing2020. 45(4):50-53, April 2015

This video demonstrates how to assess cranial nerves VI and VII, the two nerves affected by Moebius syndrome.

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Creator: thePoint
Duration: 7:24
Check out this animation illustrating normal liver anatomy and function, as well as the pathophysiology of cirrhosis! Read the full CE article in our March issue or online!
Creator: Wolters Kluwer Health
Duration: 3:03
Check out this hyponatremia animation! Read more in the article, Acute hypervolemic hyponatremia: A case study.
Creator: Nursing2015
Duration: 4:27
This video demonstrates how to assess cranial nerves VI and VII, the two nerves affected by Moebius syndrome.
Creator: Nursing2015
Duration: 5:56
This video demonstrates how to properly measure BP using a sphygmomanometer.
Creator: Nursing2014
Duration: 0:58
This video accompanies “Managing alcoholic liver disease,” a CE feature by Dolores Morrison, Justine Sgrillo, and Lauren H. Daniels, which appears in the November issue of Nursing2014. It demonstrates how to assess a patient for the presence of asterixis. Asterixis is a sign of metabolic encephalopathy, including hepatic encephalopathy from cirrhosis/liver failure. Asterixis is also referred to as liver flap.