Chest tubes nursing care video on the nursing management and assessment of chest tubes of the drainage system. This NCLEX chest tube review will cover the purpose of chest tubes, reasons for chest tube insertion, types of chest tubes (wet suction chest tube and dry suction chest tube), nursing management, complications, and chest tube removal. I will discuss the drainage system in depth regarding the drainage collection chamber, water seal chamber, and suction control chamber. In addition, I will cover how to monitor for an air leak in the chest tube, explain the water seal fluctuation when the patients breathes in and out, when water bubbling is normal versus not normal, and how to tell if a chest tube drainage system is a wet suction or dry suction system. I will also discuss what to do if a chest tube becomes dislodged, if the system breaks, and the nursing care for chest tube removal. Don't forget to check out my other NCLEX review videos.
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Hi Ms. Sarah, sorry for posting this message late. But I would just like to say thank you for all your NCLEX series videos. I have not made any paid subscriptions to help me review and prepare for my NCLEX. Your lectures actually covered everything I need to know for NCLEX combined with Saunder's Q and A only. Continue sharing your knowledge and experience to all nurses around the world. You are such an inspiration! Anyways, I did pass my NCLEX for the first time and now I am referring your channel to nurses planning to take NCLEX as well as to BSN students I know of in the Philippines! How I wished, we had this learning platform during my college years, surely I must have done better in my schooling ang local board examination. But still... our great appreaciation of your noble work! God bless you more!
Wow, THANK YOU so much for taking the time to leave this awesome comment and CONGRATULATIONS on passing NCLEX first try. I'm so very happy for you. Thank you for allowing me to be part of your nursing journey. I wish you the best in your new career as a nurse. It really means so much to me to hear that these videos are helping students become nurses!! Again, congratulations!
This is my first time to watch your video! I was struggling about the chest tube!! I feel much more confident and it makes much more sense to me! Thank you so much for doing this video and running the channel!!
Thank you so much for taking the time to explain chest tubes!! I have struggled with these questions since the beginning of med surg. I am now in my last semester, and have just subscribed to your videos. You are an excellent teacher as well as nurse.
Thanx to Nurse Sarah, I FINALLY understand the chest tube system(s). Another well prepared and presented lecture. I'll be 63 years old in November 2018 (yes, I'm an older "College Kid") but I must say, this charming and intelligent young lady has wisdom and knowledge beyond her years. Please keep up the good work, we all appreciate it!
I just want to genuinely thank you for all of your content. You've carried me through nursing school thus far and are a resource I frequently return to. If you aren't an educator already you should be! God bless you seriously.
just want you to know how much I appreciate these videos, I listen to my lecture, look at my notes, watch your videos and take notes and compare the two and its improved my grades tremendously, last year I failed my final semester of RN school, this year im flying high with an A the whole way, and every time an instructor asks what im doing I point them here. keep those videos coming! :)
This is so AWESOME to hear! Thank you so much for taking the time to leave this. I'm so glad the videos are helping improve your grades. I will definitely keep the videos coming....every week new videos are always uploaded, so always stay tuned :)
Hey RN, I love and thankful for all the videos. Do you have a video strictly on Tracheostomy Care? I keep getting a lot of practice questions on Uworld but my books dont really help me out (ie what to do if the cuff deflates, tube comes out etc)
Hello :) I hope to in the future. Here are all my current nursing skill videos: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_TnDr8cKums&list=PLQrdx7rRsKfUhd_qQYEbp0Eab3uUKhgKb
Thank you for taking the time to watch my videos...I really appreciate it :)
Simple Filemaker totally true I went to the most awful school with terrible teachers lol this channel got me through school comfortably while others were barely hanging on relying on what they learned in the lecture
No, not currently but I hope to in the very near future. Always keep checking back because every week I upload new videos. Here are all my current nursing skill videos: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLQrdx7rRsKfUhd_qQYEbp0Eab3uUKhgKb
I've been struggling with the concepts of chest tubes especially the three different chambers on the wet suction but your video definitely broke things down and made it understandable! Thank you for sharing your knowledge!
Hello Katherine :) Thank you for the amazing comment! I'm so honored to help you. This comment means a lot to me...thank you for it! It is so awesome you will be graduating in May...woohoo! Thank you for using my videos...I really appreciate that!
I am a visual learner, I really like the drawings and information you present on the dry erase boards. Is there a way to print out a picture of the whiteboard you are lecturing from? Thank you for the great videos they really help a lot.
Yay! I'm glad I could help you understand about those chambers...I agree they can be tricky! Thank you very much for the comment and for taking the time to watch the video. I hope you have a Merry Christmas!
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