Understand hypoxemia (high altitude, pulmonary diffusion, hypoventilation, shunting, VQ mismatch) with these medical videos from Dr. Roger Seheult.
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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 Hypoxemia Explained Clearly very informative, easy to follow, and fun.
- Hypoxemia Explained Clearly - High Altitude
- Pulmonary Diffusion Explained Clearly
- Hypoventilation Explained Clearly
- Shunting Explained Clearly
- Ventilation Perfusion (VQ) Mismatch Explained Clearly
MOHAMED EL AMINE ABADA, MD
Very good explanation. I understand much better now.
ZACHARY TOMASIK, PA
Great refresher on how to determine etiology of Hypoxemia. Loved it.
KABWEA TIBAN, MD
DEODHAR JAYITA, MD
Absolutely great. thank you.
FERNANDO FERNANDEZ ARCAS, MD
Thank you very much for doing these.
RICHARD BENIAN, Dentist
PATEL DARSHNA, MD
Really good. Would like some quiz questions to practice
Just took a test for nursing grad school that everyone found very difficult. I was feeling pretty smug after flying through it with your help! Thank you!
WAGNER VAZ GUIMARAES, MD
TAMMY ALVERSON, MD
ZSUZSANNA GERENCSER, MD
MIKHAIL KOLOMOYTSEV (NP Student)
It was a good breakdown of hypoxemia.
NIXON TAN, MD
great visuals to clarify fundamental concepts in Respiratory physiology.
RYAN IWASIW , MD
Overall Excellent Course! Very clearly goes through the classic approach (5 different categories)of hypoxemia. Easy to understand and very high yield teaching points! Thanks!
RITESH GAJJAR, MD
It was amazing, simple, to the point. Thanks for making my concepts clear
Great videos! However, having a text to review the content of the video afterwards makes our lives a bit easier. Anyhow keep up the good work! Best of luck Samer
DANIEL FARJAOUI (Medical Student)
I love this program!!!
BETTY IPPOLITO (Nursing Student)
Very clear and thorough explanation!
KYPRI CHRISTOS, MD
CORNELIUS SENDAGIRE, MD
MOHAMMED MUFTAH, MD
NISARG PATEL, MD
Great explanations, essential viewing for anyone that wants to get a baseline understanding of why respiratory patients are unwell (and why oxygen doesn't always solve the problem).
Awesome course. Clearly understandable and very well covered. Thank you
Informative with good explanation on examples for the clinic!
KAMRAN UDDIN, MD
ANJIYA SULAIMAN (Medical Student)
EMANUEL MAZZA, MD
GLENN COOREMAN, MD
ARNO GINGELE, MD
KIM LOWMAN, RN
ROBERT SAUNDERS, RN
LANA BERRY, RN
Awesome info on V/Q mismatch!
BRYAN GARRETT (NP Student)
I wish there was test questions on this content.
ARNOLD SILVANO, RN
ENID MELENDEZ, MD
Most common cause is VQ mismatch COPD. pneumonia PE. BA Respond to 100% O2 Other are shunting, hypovent, high altitude
OMAR GABRIEL, NP
THYAGO VIEIRA, Paramedic
Med cram lectures have helped me tremendously during my Acute Care Nurse Practitioner courses. Thank you!
AHMED SHAHEED, MD
PATRICIA EVENSON, RN
Somewhat vague. I really had a problem understanding what Shunting was right from the beginning of that lectures. The other lectures were much easier to understand.
BENOIT CHOINIERE (Nursing Student)
Very well explained and illustrated
This course has really helped me to understand VQ mismatch and ventilation and perfusion very clearly. I think it will help me with my practice as a nurse also as I study for my PCCn examination.
KAREN MCKENZIE (NP Student)
Great examples of the different causes of hypoxemia!
ROBERT STOOPS (NP Student)
Very concise explanation
MANUEL FONSECA, MD
Finally understanded v/q missmatch
MACARENA LOBO (Medical Student)
CESAR SANDATE, MD
Absolutely synthesized in a simplistic form of understanding. Very well done.
ELIZABETH DEVORE, NP
Very good teaching; clear and thorough!
ERKAM ZENGIN, MD
clear and succinct
JORDAN PODVAL, MD
YOHANNES TEFERI, MD
ARTHUR CHERRY, Paramedic
Love these courses and videos- explained in perfect detail.
KATHY KIMPLER, PA
CHRIS PENDLETON, Paramedic
I enjoyed hearing this lecture very much. Thank you
EVA HEINRICHS, MD
CHARLES-ALEXANDRE ROUSSEL, Paramedic
TEDDY AJERO, MD
AMY BURKE, RN
One of the best Med Cram lectures so far. Keep them coming please!
YANEKA ALAIMALO, NP
ARIELLA ROMERO, NP
KALSANG DORJI, NP
STEPHANIE WILSON (NP Student)
CLAIRE BOUCHARD (NP Student)
WILLIAM RODRIGUEZ, MD
OLGA VARTZIOTI, MD
Very clear explained
MARIJKE BEGBIE, RN
BUDDHIKA AMBAWATTHA, MD
SARAH BRADSHAW (NP Student)
LUCKY OKOJIE, PA-C
great course . It was well illustrated
THEUNIS VAN DER MERWE
HEBA AL-TARCHEH, MD
JEANNE COOK, PT
MEL TOELLER (Medical Student)
FRANCISCO SAYAGO, MD
SHARON CHA, PA-C
clear, concise and to the point
RACHEL HIGGINS, NP
ARIANNA MG (Medical Student)
WEI LIN, RN
ANNETTE RICHARD, MD
MICHELLE POURTABIB, MD
STEVENY GRIEVE, NP
CORDINE GLASGOW, MD
ROBERT BOELZ, RN
OLGA CANTA (Medical Student)
Great course. Really clearly explained.
GERRY PRIETO (Medical Student)
NANCY HIRATA (Medical Student)
CHINEDU EJIKE, MD
- Quadruple Board Certified in Internal Medicine, Pulmonary Medicine, Critical Care, and Sleep Medicine.
- 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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