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Who is Dr. Seheult?

Dr Seheult medical instructor
  • Quadruple Board certified in Internal Medicine, Pulmonary Medicine, Critical Care, and Sleep Medicine.
  • Over 20 years of teaching experience including: a test preparation instructor and an Associate Clinical Professor at the UC Riverside School of Medicine.
  • Medical Director for a both a Southern California Physician Assistant Program and a Respiratory Therapy Program.


MedCram medical videos are produced by Kyle Allred, a PA-C in family medicine,
NSHC scholar, and former PA student of Dr. Seheult



Dr. Seheult has instructed for the following medical organizations:

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MedCram Reviews

MedCram videos are very informative medical summaries for the active student, whether learning for the first time, reviewing for an important exam, or during clinical rotations. The medical illustrations and schematics are terrific and flow nicely with the discussion. The content is packed full of teaching pearls with high yield facts. Wish we had access to these videos when I was in medical school! - Timothy B. Erickson, MD
Chief, Division of Medical Toxicology
Department of Emergency Medicine
Brigham and Women’s Hospital | Harvard Medical School

I have utilized MedCram teaching videos many times during my training and career as a respiratory therapist. Dr. Seheult illustrates the medical topics so clearly that I always understand them. The visuals and drawings complement the lectures so nicely. I have recommended MedCram lectures to students, patients, and family members who seek to clearly learn about a disease process. I am truly grateful. - Kim Palermo, RCP RRT

Dr. Seheult’s extensive clinical experience and quick illustrations set his medical videos apart. He has an amazing ability to explain complex topics in a concise way... while really highlighting the most important concepts. My classmates and I would regularly watch MedCram videos before class lectures and they definitely helped me get through PA school (and make it more enjoyable). I've come back to these videos often as a practicing PA for a quick review-- Can’t thank you enough! - Michael Orloff, PA-C

As a critical care nurse, these medical lectures have been a tremendous asset to my working knowledge over the years. Dr. Seheult's explanations are not only concise, but practical and relevant as well. His drawings and analogies help to further enforce concepts and provide an efficient way to help explain them to patients. MedCram videos have given me an advantage in my current graduate classes, and they continue to be my main resource prior to each class lecture. - Carri Lakes, RN

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Dr. Roger Seheult illustrates the corneal reflex of the eye. Includes discussion on the direct and consensual corneal reflex and a failproof system for identifying the location (cranial nerves) of a lesion in the corneal reflex pathway. This question is taken from the BoardVitals USMLE Step 1 Bank and COMLEX Level 1 Bank...

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Produce the best medical videos online for medical students and health care professionals.

Our medical illustrations will clarify key points (without bogging you down with excessive information) and prioritize the most important concepts for medical test preparation and for clinical practice. Dr. Seheult is a renowned instructor with the experience and skill to take your medical education to the next level.

We believe that medical slides overpacked with information should be a thing of the past, and that simple medical diagrams and animations are much easier to follow and beneficial to retention of material.

The recurring feedback from our supporters is that MedCram often provides the best medical lectures online. Weather you are a medical student, nurse, physician, respiratory therapist, or any other field of medicine, we know you’ll find MedCram content to be very useful and high yield.

If you’re studying for a big test like PANCE, NCLEX, NAPLEX, USLME step 1, 2 or 3 - MedCram will provide a great medical review and an efficient “framework” to continue your preparation from. We want to thank you for your support and value your feedback if you have a chance to drop us a line. We’ll get back to work on producing more medical courses…


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