Use video-based patient education to provide audiovisual guidance, helping increase patients’ ability to understand and retain information.
Health education videos for patients can increase patient knowledge and understanding by as much as 38%.1
Educating patients about their health via video provides both visual and audible guidance—boosting their understanding and overall experience. Ensure video education features consistent, accurate clinical content to complement—and even strengthen—your patient care conversations during their often-short visit. View samples of our video-based patient education on a range of health topics.
A metered-dose inhaler sends medicine to airways in your lungs—but only works when used the right way. Learn how to correctly use the open-mouth method inhaler.
Allergic asthma happens when the lungs become more sensitive than normal. Learn more about allergic asthma and how to manage it.
Following an asthma action plan can make controlling asthma easier. Learn more about asthma and how to manage it with an action plan.
Diabetes is a disease that makes it hard for your body to use blood glucose (blood sugar)—what your cells use for energy. When you have diabetes, blood glucose builds up in your bloodstream, which leads to serious health problems. Learn more about diabetes.
Regular blood sugar testing is an important part of diabetes care. Follow these step-by-step instructions to check your blood sugar.
When you have diabetes, it’s important to control your blood sugar. Learn more about controlling blood sugar with therapies and healthy lifestyle choices.
A heart attack (myocardial infarction) can happen when there’s a blockage in one of your coronary arteries—vessels carrying blood to your heart's tissue. It can strike suddenly, often without warning. Learn more about what a heart attack is and how it feels.
A heart murmur is blood flow that makes a noise because of a problem in or near the heart. See how a heart murmur occurs, and when it's cause for concern.
Most heart attacks are caused by heart disease, which takes years to develop. Learn more about how to protect your heart health.
Stroke happens when there’s a slow down or blockage of the blood that normally flows to part of your brain. Brain cells starved of needed oxygen and nutrients begin to die within minutes. Learn how stroke happens, warning signs, and how to protect yourself.
Atherosclerosis is when arteries narrow and harden. Learn what causes atherosclerosis and what you can do to prevent it. Also available in English.
A stroke happens when blood can’t get to the brain. Learn more about stroke, and how to reduce your risk.
Computer-assisted hip replacement surgery uses a computer guidance system in hip replacement. It helps your surgeon fit and align your new joint. This type of surgery can provide better results than traditional hip surgery. Learn more about computer-assisted hip replacement. Also available in English.
Artificial hip joints have become common in recent years. Over time, some hip implants may loosen or otherwise need to be repaired. Learn more about hip revision surgery.
1 Steffino G, Viada E, Marengo B, Canale R, Nursing and medical staff of cardiac catheterization unit. J Cardiovasc Med (Hagerstown). 2007 May;8(5):348-53.