Understand aortic regurgitation (insufficiency) causes, diagnosis, and treatment with this clear medical lecture by Dr. Roger Seheult. Includes discussion on the causes, pathophysiology, clinical features and murmur, diagnosis, treatment, and indications for valve replacement.
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MedCram medical videos allow you to cut down on study time and maximize retention and understanding by focusing in on what is most important. Dr. Seheult's medical Illustrations, charts, memory aids, and quizzes will make learning and reviewing medical topics a breeze. We think (and certainly hope) you'll find Aortic Regurgitation (Insufficiency) Explained Clearlyvery informative, easy to follow, and fun.
- Video 1: Aortic Regurgitation (Insufficiency) Explained Clearly
GORDON BARNES, MD
PAULA MINOR, NP
MIKE KYDE, RN
MARKUS ASPEN (Medical Student)
ABDUL GHUFFAR MOHIUDDIN SHEIKH SCHEIKH
The explanation was good the only thing needed was a good animation to visually explain every written word. Thank you.
Brief and helpful.
FRANCISCO SAYAGO, MD
Nicely explained but some Echo vids /images would of been great
SHOBHA IYENGAR, MD
AFSHAN KHAN, MD
I really did enjoy this breakdown. I am a CMA in Cardiology and this definitely helped me have a better understanding of AR.
Awesome explanation... Im new to cardiology but understood this very clearly! Thanks !
MICHAEL BELLOMO, RN
concise and thorough. thank you
KRISTINE NIX, RN
The presentation was well presented and informative. I think it would be just a little nicer if the hand writing were a bit clearer. Is there a way to find out how long each presentation will take and if it has come credits how many credits it will be worth.Do you have tests at the end of the lecture? Highest Regards, your doing a great service to health care professionals. Kristine Nix
NANCY MELRAE, RN
Thank you. You made this easy to understand and explained why assessment is so valuable.
CHANTHA SCOTT, NP
Great breakdown that makes it easier to understand.
WILLIAM ROBINSON, Paramedic
JOSEPH BONANNO, MD
YONGJIE MA, RN
Great lecture!! Thank you Dr. Seheult.
ANGELA MILLER (NP Student)
LEWIS LITWACK, MD
HOI LING CHEUNG (Nursing Student)
HALA ELLABBAD, MD
LINDA WHITENER, NP
Need to put a number on the rating bar. Great course. Are we not able to review the course again once we have completed?
RADU ELIAS (Medical Student)
Well explained, up to date information.
ALEEYASARA RAHMAN, RN
MEAGS DEKKAR, RN
FERAS BEITAR, MD
Clear and understandable. Draws the fundamental outline of Aortic regurgitation!
SHAIK JAKEER HUSSAIN
Good one thank you.
MIKHAIL KOLOMOYTSEV (NP Student)
CAROLYN WOAHLOE (NP Student)
XAVIER BLANCO, MD
SUHYUN LEE, MD
VAUGHAN MILLER (Nursing Student)
AURORE DIBY CLARK
MARWAH BINTALIB, MD
KALANITI TP, MD
Illustrative good narration. Complications of AR could have also been included.
NIKITINA КATERINA, EMT
NIKITINA КATERINA, EMT
DR. MUHAMMAD BASHEER, MD
MIRIAM TIVZENDA, NP
ADRIENNE HOLDRIDGE (NP Student)
ZAKAA HASSAN, MD
AHMET YILDIRIM, MD
Excellent! Information/content well organized, codified and explained just enough to leave me confident with reasonable command of the topic. Thank you.
HAYAM DAMANHOURY, MD
It was simple , illustrative, and easy to recall
RAQUEL VELAZQUEZ, NP
ELISA CIENCIA, RN
CAROLYN HOLENCIK (Nursing Student)
Excellent review, very easy to understand!
DARIA ZAINOULLINA, MD
KANDI MIRANDA, RN
very clearly explained!
BRADFORD ANDERSON, RN
JORDAN PODVAL, MD
PRINCE NWAIZUGBE (Medical Student)
MICHAEL AMOSU, PA-C
BRIAN CREGHAN (Medical Student)
RICHARD BENIAN, Dentist
NILU GO (Medical Student)
JESSICA TROCHE (NP Student)
SARAH TSO, RN
BRIDGET WASHINGTON (Nursing Student)
THYAGO VIEIRA, Paramedic
GLORIA SANCHEZ (NP Student)
It’s great!! Very well explained...
LARRY WILSON, MD
TUYET TRAN, RN
VINAY KAPADIA, NP
CADY KNIGHT, NP
LESLEY QUELLAND, Paramedic
I really appreciate the pathological explanation of aortic regurgitation.
ERIK KEIM (Medical Student)
Great course. The discussion re: beta blockers and possible angina was particularly interesting.
MICHAEL JACOBS, PA-C
NICOLE REVEAL, RN
MARINDA NEWKIRK, NP
KRISTIN YORK (NP Student)
JUDY SCHULZ, NP
BEVERLEY DUNNE, RN
MARTI GILLIAM, NP
Great summary of AI. Thank you.
DENA GRAY, RN
Very helpful vignettes to augment my course work.
GERRY PRIETO (Medical Student)
ROMINA ARBILDI, RN
THERESA CORE, NP
JACQUELINE WILSON, RN
Concise, thank you very much!
BRENDA HOCHULI, PA-C
RONNIE KATZ, MD
loved the old school references such as DeRozier's and De Musset's signs
MICHAEL RAHMAN, MD
Enjoyed the whole lecture, short and to the point.
ROKHSAN TAHERPOUR, M.D.
Good, could have used more clarification on why murmur changes with Valsalva, etc
Loved the markings during lecture. That helps to reinforce information. I'll use this info /visual when precepting new nurses to my unit. Thank you
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- Over 20 years teaching experience as both an exam preparation instructor and an assistant professor of medicine.
- Experience as a medical director for both a Southern California Physician Assistant Program and a Respiratory Therapy Program.
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