Influenza Made Easy - Learn Symptoms, Diagnosis, Treatment
 

A QUICK OVERVIEW OF THE MOST IMPORTANT ASPECTS OF INFLUENZA  

Dr. Seheult illustrates the types, diagnosis, vaccines, & compares the treatment options.

 

What you'll receive from this course:

  • An understanding of the main types of flu (A,B, & C)
  • An overview of typical signs and symptoms
  • An explanation of what's in the annual vaccine?
  • Methods for diagnosing Influenza
  • comparison of treatment options: oseltamivir, zanamivir, & peramivir.
  • A post-video quiz to reinforce essential concepts

Who is this course for?

Students and medical professionals in a variety of medical fields. Physicians, nurse practitioners, physician assistants, nurses, & technicians who seek to understand influenza infection.

Course Contents
  • Influenza Explained Clearly Video
  • Influenza Quiz

KATHERINE BIALKA, PA-C

MARIE BARSEGHIAN

MICHELLE POURTABIB, MD

ROBERT BERNARD

It would be useful on the test to include both the generic AND the brand name of the medications. (You may find that the quiz results will be much higher)

YOONIE JO, NP

SANDRA RAMIREZ, PA-C

Excellent

MELANIE GUILLORY (NP Student)

THOMAS FRANKLIN, MD

Excellent

NATAN KHOTIANOV, MD

ROBERT BADE, Paramedic

KIMBERLY BIRD

LAURA WHEELER

MARCELINE DAO-AS, RN

very informative

PETER PYAGAY

Good review of influenza

MARK GROHMAN, MD

DEREK RUSSELL

LISA ISRAEL (NP Student)

ASHLEY CHEUN, NP

KEVIN ISBELL

MICHAEL JAROSICK, MD

What was said was very clearly explained. However, I think some important detail was omitted. Who can be treated vs who should be treated was not addressed; nor was consideration of risk/benefit ratio of side effects to expected clinical improvement. The video implied that everybody with flu (in allowed age groups) should be treated. Also, how long it takes for the more sensitive test was not stated. How about the role of clinical diagnosis without testing? I would also like to have seen statement about relatively low frequency of vomiting compared to respiratory and febrile symptoms.

TAMMY ALVERSON, MD

DAVID KAYS

AMANDA RYCKMAN

Great Review! Thank-you :)

ANNIE HAWKINS

ANGELA STROMMER

PABLO VEGA (Medical Student)

MANUEL SUAREZ, MD

Well done on very frequent topic.

GRANT SMITH

PRISCILLA AGALI

NENA ROCHA

Great review.

BRUCE STIRLING

TAHEREH MOHEB, MD

THOMAS WHITE

SAMUEL BAKER, RN

NICOLE MONTANA

ROMY AGUINALDO, MD

JULIE NYHUS (NP Student)

HARSHA SAMARAJIWA, MD

MICHAEL AMOSU, PA-C

Excellent

TRACY NAUERT

TOSHIKAZU MATSUNO

It's good, other than medications, unless you have knowledge of the flu medications.

FERNANDO FERNANDEZ ARCAS, MD

LORETTA CRAWFORD (Nursing Student)

BERNARD ONYENZE, Pharmacist

SEYED VAHID TABATABAEI

CHRIS CHAPMAN

SASHA PRYER, NP

Great

STACI KAY

Awesome synopsis!

MARAH CORNELIUS

LAURIE LANE

USHA ANAND

KATE ROSENBECK, NP

BARCLAY MILTON, NP

ANH VAN HO, NP

Very easy to understand. Good pace.

BILL KILPATRICK, NP

great review

PRADNYA VAKIL, PA-C

TARA SCHULTZ, NP

JOANITA MAISON, NP

BONNIE COBURN, NP

KRISTINE EHLERS, NP

JAY AGUILA

KELLY BRYANT, NP

JENNIFER WAINWRIGHT

MELISSA MEJIA

ROBERT SHIREY, PA

Excellent concise thorough course. Thank you


  • Quadruple Board Certified in Internal Medicine, Pulmonary Medicine, Critical Care, and Sleep Medicine.

  • Over 20 years teaching experience including: as 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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