This storyboard was created to help in the video-making process for oxygen safety. It will help to organize the content and it will help me stay focused on each topic, and avoid straying off into more detailed information. Based on that, it will also help me stay within the timeline of this project.
DANGERS OF MISHANDLING OXYGEN TANKS?!?!
Dangerous Behaviors: Leaving a tank standing up, unsecured... That tank falling or getting knocked over... FIRE!! Giving a patient too much oxygen... Not giving a patient enough oxygen...
What would happen if i just push this tank over??
I wonder what would happen if i just push this tank over??
Open to two people, and one saying "Do you know that oxygen can be very dangerous if not handled correctly?"
List these "dangerous behaviors" as the "most common dangers" of oxygen use and handling, then ask...so what are the outcomes of these behaviors?
Show a video clip of someone pushing over a tank, and cut to video (from outside source) of cylinder with pin sheered off.
Discuss how a spark (from smoking, cooking, etc...) can cause the oxygen to ignite, and what happens to the patient when that happens, while showing images of nasal cannula catching fire
talking about why we have to be sure to give patients enough oxygen when needed. Severe or long term hypoxia can cause brain damage, kidney damage, etc...while showing pt on nasal cannula
talking about why we have to be sure not to give patients too much oxygen...especially our chronic lung patients. Oxygen is a drug, and too much can take away a COPD pt's need to breathe, while showing image of man with oxygen mask