by Kaspar Heijnen
Very insightful, though it takes a while to get to the more important part of the lecture.
by Kenneth Record
Excellent review of the acute kidney injury and renal failure with a clinical perspective in mind.
by Hermenegildo Potestades
It's amazing. You've condensed the complex stuff of the renal system. Yet, I've found your presentation very simple and easy to understand. Thank you!
by Ivan Popov
Excellent course .
by Lorna Scoon
Great course, really increased my understanding.
by Sonia Archer
Well explained and easy to understand. Thank you
by James King
Very insightful, just a bit repetitive.
by Joyce Leung
Clearly explained. Helps me a lot really. Thanks!
by alvita hart
This was an excellent overview of acute renal failure . I enjoyed the biochemistry basics he covered as well .
by Navid Sabati
The explanations were thorough, clear, logical, organized, and effective. Thank you for sharing your knowledge.
by Jaylon Braxton
Very great and informative course.
by Dongyoung Kim
by Matthew Dilworth
This course was very informative and had useful information to apply clinically.
by kamala rajoo
It has given me a complete understanding of pre renal, renal and post renal diagnosis.
by balaranjan pragatheesh
by jumana abdelkarim
by Heather Beaman
I really enjoyed this refresher as it clearly explains how to differentiate the different causes of Acute renal failure.
by Vanessa Lopes
Made me understand things so much better, look at things in a different way. Thank you
by Fernando Fernandez Arcas
by april miller
This was a pertinent and succinct review
by Zbigniew chmielewski
Excellent but different groups need different depth of presented topics. You can probably create
different programs for future exam takers,medical students, doctors taking Board Exam or Recertification,etc.
The quality is great. Excellent speaker with very well spoken English.
by Sanjay Paudel
Good course. But some points on treatment would have been beneficial. Overall 4* worthy.
by Ahmad Baseer Kaihan
I found this course really exciting and made the tough lesson very easy to learn.
by Jacoba ANDERSON
I really appreciate the way that Dr. Scheult explains this lecture.
by Hammad Hasan
I wish I could express my gratitude more -- thank you.
by Christine White
Explained so clearly!
by debasish ganguly
Clarified so many things I was stuck on!!!!
by Jose Marie Trangco
Very well explained and very thorough.
by Timber Haselow
Content was well presented and thorough. My paramedic class is covering renal physiology and emergencies, so this was a perfect explanation to reinforce and build on what we've already talked about.
by Lydia Lagg
I am a premed student taking A&P. I thought that this would be a little harder to follow because I thought it was aimed at med students but surprisingly it wasn't! A lot of things were repeated throughout the lectures that really reinforced the topic. I am also a very visual learner and often incorporate illustrations in my notes so the colorful drawings really appealed to me. Overall a highly recommended lecture. Excellent work, Doc!
by Regina Walsh
It's all making sense now!! Thanks so much for this wonderful series!
by rhonda sallaway
ARF clearly explained. Would love additional nephrology topics...especially nephrotic and nephritis syndromes!
by mahmoud eltaweel
very nice. I would like to thank you for your help .
by Arleen Lawson-Willey
Love the clear and simple approach with all the clinically relevant aspects intact.
by Sardar Mahmood Shah-Khan
by Sebastian Haupt
I thought the course was great. This made my Nephrology unit much more understandable. I was wondering if you could go into more renal causes of AKI such as AIN, Glormerular causes like pauci immune , anti GBM etc. Thank you for this your videos are getting me through med school.
by Jamuna Jackson
I am an RN and starting an Acute Care NP soon. I understand this topic so well now. Thank you millions Dr. Seheult! You are truly a blessing. Clear and concise overview on AKI. Highly recommend this lecture. A++++
by Daria Zainoullina
by Vanessa Nowosad
I thought it was great!!
by Sydnii Ray
Definitely helpful in understanding lab values regarding kidney function!
by Rachael Prince
Great refresher on AKI. Had to look up the SI equivalents for the Urea:creatinine ratio though.
by Vanessa Nowosad
Excellent!!!! incredibly helpful
by Allison Spencer
Great review of the basics, clear and concise.
by samuel ikabu
I am impressed!
I am actually a MD clinical microbiology pathologist and a consultant in a private lab in Namibia.
I am also lecturing as a facilitator.
I am learning more than expected by your amazing style.
I am speechless and simply say thank you. I will be purchasing everything!
by Manuel Suarez
Good clear review for any level of learner.
by Roel David
Clear as promised
by Ron Burnham
Excellent differentiation of pre-renal, renal and post renal failures.
by zachary tomasik
Great refresher on AKI
by Regina King, NP
I never completely understood the concept of acute renal failure in relationship to BUN/creatinine/sodium until I watched this course. I love the way “hard to understand” concepts are made to be “easily understood”! Thanks!
by Ronnie Katz
Excellent review in a common sense layout. Thank you
by Ben Hay
This is an incredibly helpful course!!!
by Josh Oppenheim
I'd like more information on the different types of Intra-renal failure. How to treat them clinically would be an awesome module addition, as well.
by Jessica Fritz
Very helpful base to build upon understanding the renal failure. Thank you!
by Jesus Maruri
Great explanation of the physiology involving Acute renal failure, but I would have liked more explanation on the classification and the treatment options for each type of renal failure.
by Bill Cook
I felt this course was very well explained and easy to follow. It has enhanced my knowledge.
by Frank Duerson
Great review! Clear and concise
by Jennifer Olson
Explained renal failure in an organized way to help with retention of lab values and type of failure.
by Gabriel Corrêa
Finally I understand!!
by Justin Yoon
Excellent presentation. Amazing how the physiology, clinical correlation and even treatment strategy are well combined in these condensed lectures.
by Jason Russell
Thank you for your clear yet complete overview. I am a pre med student. Now have a new piece of understanding re perfusion and general cardio
by Mariella Novoa
Awesome videos! my wrong answers were my fault! haha
by claudia colmenares
simple but so useful
by William Wang
Overall a great lecture. I have a question though. I looked up Harrison and found that NSAIDs and ACEI are categorized as prerenal renal failure.
(According to Harrison, NSAIDs cause loss of vasodilatory prostaglandins, which in turn increases afferent resistance. ACEI causes loss of angiotensin II action, which reduces efferent resistance. Both decreases GFR.)
by anne king
Thankyou, have been struggling to understand thus for years. After such a simple but effective explanation I now get it! If only I found your website years ago.
by Susan Musgrave
Thank you great overview and easy to understand, quiz was great once I figured out the meaning of intrinsic :).
by Luisa Azevedo
Very clear and concise
by Parbeen Mohamed Shafie
Its very brief, clear and easy to understand. I love it . Thank you.
by Paul Steadman
Incredibly helpful. I understand the subject better now than when I was a medical student.
by besigin tonwe gold
Very clearly explained simplified
by Spencer Price
Fantastic explanation of basic renal failure issues!
by Chance Jeong
by Ma. Rema Bombales
Very informative. Now I understand the difference between pre-renal, renal and post renal pathology.
by Lola banky
This is an excellent course. Very easy to understand. Just like the title, the topic is explained clearly! Thank you so much!
by dan stift
Great review and explanation for the types of renal failure and interpreting lab values of each!!
by Jake Estaca
Thank you very much...I clearly now understand the reason behind what BUN and Cr deviation values mean...
by ali nathani
by ERIC CURI
Course makes you understand what is going on and not simply memorize stuff.