Osmosis - Pathophysiology


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Hi! We’re Osmosis (www.osmosis.org). Our goal is to give super visual and deep explanations for medical topics, like pathophysiology, all compacted into short, succinct, fun, and comprehensive videos. That way you get an awesome and efficient learning experience; because let’s be honest, we’ve all got stuff to do. Oh yeah, and all our videos are available under a creative commons license, so you’re welcome to share them, modify them, or whatever! We’re also working closely with Wikipedia’s WikiProject Medicine team, who are putting these videos in Wikipedia articles and translating video subtitles into different languages! The YouTube community can also help us translate subtitles using YouTube’s community translation tools. Together, let’s make learning medical content exciting and available to anyone!

151 episodes available. A new episode about every 0 hours averaging 6 mins duration .