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Best Pathophysiology podcasts we could find (updated May 2020)
Best Pathophysiology podcasts we could find
Updated May 2020
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Brief overview of clinical information for nurse. Includes pathophysiology and medication information. We offer NCLEX and nursing school testing questions with rationales for nurses and nursing students.Pathophysiology and nursing care plan tutorials.These podcasts are for educational purposes only and not intended for medical advice.
 
This podcast is a series of lectures on Anatomy and Physiology taught by Dr. Gerald Cizadlo. For a course outline and/or Dr. C's blackboard, please visit the Web site at http://faculty.css.edu/gcizadlo/AnatPhys/index.html. If you'd like to register for the free and open online course associated with Doc C.'s Intro to Anatomy and Physiology podcast, please go to http://go.css.edu/learn. The course is offered in Fall 2012.
 
The Beta Cells in Diabetes podcast seeks to improve understanding among primary care physicians about the role of beta cells as key drivers in the development and progression of T2DM. Our goal is to engage primary care physicians in pathopysiology-based clinical decision making through an interactive educational format that stimulates debate and encourages physicians to incorporate the new science into their patient treatment regimens. By educating primary care physicians about the newest fi ...
 
This audio podcast reports on some of the most important new MS research presented at the ECTRIMS annual meeting, held October 13-16, 2010, in Gothenburg, Sweden. Listen as James D. Bowen, MD, talks about new findings that enhance understanding of MS pathophysiology, testing, neuroregeneration, and cognition. Fred D. Lublin, MD, reviews presentations on emerging and current MS therapies.
 
Listen as James D. Bowen, MD, and Augusto A. Miravalle, MD, review some of the most significant MS research presented at the 63rd AAN annual meeting, held April 9-16, 2011, in Honolulu, Hawaii. Dr. Bowen provides updates in the areas of pathology, immunology, genetics, testing, imaging, and cognitive dysfunction. Dr. Miravalle summarizes the latest data on current and emerging therapies.
 
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In this podcast we will cover Pleurisy for nurses and nursing students. Signs and Symptoms of Pleurisy Causes of Pleurisy Complications of Pleurisy Diagnostic Tests for Pleurisy Treatments for Pleurisy Nursing Care Plans for Pleurisy Web: https://nursestudy.net/ Shop: https://amzn.to/36jrZCN Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/nursestudynet/ Pinte…
 
Time is tissue. Early recognition of shock with immediate institution of lifesaving therapies are critical to successful patient outcomes. Establishment of functional IV access together with augmentation of cardiac output through increased preload and appropriate use of vasoactive agents are key aspects in the initial management of sick patients.…
 
Ashley Bauer continues her COVID conversation, with a focus on the pediatric population. The number of cases involving children and changes in symptoms have sparked a world-wide discussion as to what to do with these cases. Join the conversation! Download, subscribe, listen and share this podcast. We couldn’t make this podcast without you. Please r…
 
To trach or not to trach? That is the question we're addressing in our first Rapid Rounds. One topic. Two to three questions. All in under 10 minutes. This week's rounds is informed by 2 recent articles in the trauma critical care literature published in Trauma Surgery Acute Care Open (TSACO) and the Journal of Trauma and Acute Care Surgery (JTACS)…
 
In this video we will cover Pulmonary Edema for nurses and nursing students. Signs and Symptoms of Pulmonary Edema Causes of Pulmonary Edema Complications of Pulmonary Edema Diagnostic Tests for Pulmonary Edema Treatments for Pulmonary Edema Nursing Care Plans for Pulmonary Edema Web: https://nursestudy.net/ Shop: https://amzn.to/36jrZCN Instagram:…
 
25 Cardiac NCLEX Nursing Exam Questions with Rationales. Visit us at www.NurseStudy.Net Practice as many nursing tests and examinations as you can so that you can get familiar with the NCLEX-RN and NCLEX_PN tests. Web: https://nursestudy.net/ Shop: https://amzn.to/36jrZCN Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/nursestudynet/ Pinterest: https://www.pi…
 
In this follow-up episode to Episode 3, we discuss and review the key factors (3 Ts) that define a mode of mechanical ventilation. In addition to the Targeted control variable (volume or pressure), the other key factors determining a mode include the Type of breath and Timing of breath delivery. In addition to discussing what defines a mode, we als…
 
What are the indications for ECMO beyond ARDS and refractory cardiogenic shock? In which patients should we consider eCPR and is this the new standard of care for patients sustaining out-of-hospital cardiac arrest? Finally, how do I work towards safely and efficiently weaning my patient from VV or VA ECMO? These are just a few of the questions that…
 
Is there an ideal time to place a tracheostomy? What factors might influence my decision to proceed with an open versus percutaneous tracheostomy? In this episode, we discuss common perioperative considerations influencing our decision to proceed with tracheostomy in critically ill patients requiring prolonged mechanical ventilation. Over the cours…
 
What is shock? A clear grasp of this concept is a MUST for any practitioner taking care of patients. Shock is many things. It is dynamic. It is elusive. It is lethal. A high index of suspicion is required to identify patients in shock. While lifesaving therapies are initiated, we must have an organized approach to to shock in order to identify the …
 
In this special episode, Ashley has kicked Eric out of the podcast studio and has gone solo. Join Ashley Bauer as she hosts the podcast and takes you through a Nightmare case study of a COVID-19 positive patient. She breaks down the initial presentation and moves through diagnostic studies, including labs, chest x-ray findings and much more! This i…
 
This episode follows-up on Episode 1 and focuses on the assessment and initial treatment of patients with acute respiratory failure. Through a focused clinical exam, we can identify signs of increased work of breathing which should alert us to the need for support in the form of oxygen and ventilatory therapies. The 3 major types of oxygen delivery…
 
In this episode we review the "lethal 6" and "hidden 6" chest injuries that comprise the deadly dozen of thoracic trauma. Mechanism of injury together with vital signs and findings from the physical exam should provide us with the data needed to identify life-threatening thoracic injuries on our primary survey. For hidden injuries, the diagnostic a…
 
Join Mike Verkest, Eric Bauer and Bruce Hoffman as we discuss all things Advanced Hemodynamics. This topic can be complex and is often not used enough to get proficient. Join us as we discuss "tips and tricks" and answer your common questions. We finish with a look at the application and how to make the correct pharmacology decision based on the he…
 
In this episode, Dr. Matt Martin from Scripps Mercy Hospital in San Diego, CA, joins us on rounds to discuss topics related to the resuscitation of critically injured patients with a focus on endpoints of resuscitation. The basic approach to the assessment of "sick" versus "not sick" patients and utility of early transfusion of whole blood are expl…
 
As we continue through this COVID-19 pandemic, mechanical ventilation and the available equipment needed to manage these intubated patients are dwindling fast. Join Dr. DuCanto as he introduces the Oxylator as a tool to manage intubated patients that need mechanical ventilation support. The device is simple to use and maybe a great option in this C…
 
In this episode we review and discuss the core physiologic concepts required to understand basic mechanical ventilation. By examining the respiratory equation of motion or force balance equation, we'll gain insight into the pressures that need to be generated to deliver a positive pressure breath and those pressures that can be monitored during the…
 
In this episode we explain what rapid sequence intubation or RSI is and the indications for its use in securing a definitive airway. More importantly, we share lessons learned regarding COVID-specific considerations for intubating patients with acute hypoxemic respiratory failure.By Dr. Dennis Kim
 
In this, our inaugural episode, we explore common mechanisms underlying acute hypoxemic and hypercapneic respiratory failure. Concepts discussed include the oxygen delivery equation, differentiating hypoxia from hypoxemia, and a discussion of V/Q mismatch and shunts. In the follow-up episode - Acute Respiratory Failure II: Clinical Management & Oxy…
 
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