Inhalers (Asthma & COPD Treatment) Explained Clearly

Inhalers (Asthma & COPD Treatment) Explained Clearly

Concise overview of inhaler progression for both asthma & COPD | taught by Roger Seheult, MD

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Instructor

Roger Seheult, MD
Roger Seheult, MD

- 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.

Get to know Dr. Seheult by reading his bio

Course description

Understand asthma and COPD inhalers with this concise overview of the "step-up" inhaler treatment for both asthma and COPD.

Includes discussion & illustrations on the naming and usage of SABA inhalers (short acting beta agonists - albuterol etc.), LABA inhalers (long acting beta agonists - salmeterol etc.), ICS (inhaled corticosteroids - fluticasone etc.), and LAMAs (long acting muscarinic receptor antagonists - tiotropium etc.)

Reviews for Inhalers (Asthma & COPD Treatment) Explained Clearly (70)

by Lucy Atkinson
Simplest and easiest way to understand treatment algorithms for COPD and asthma that I have come across :)
by Lativia Edmond
by Andrew Adams, MD
See all 70 reviews
by Lucy Atkinson
Simplest and easiest way to understand treatment algorithms for COPD and asthma that I have come across :)
by Lativia Edmond
by Andrew Adams, MD
by Michael Forman
by julie nyhus
by Leonid Brodsky
by Rachel Walter
by Mary Jane Hanson
Very well written, does nice job of differentiating between Rx for asthma and COPD
by bert de leeuw
by faisal almogbel
by yan chen
by Aleksey Karavaev
by Peter Janssen
by kathy kimpler
The boxes made it easy to understand, which medications are used first for Asthma and COPD. Makes perfect sense.
by Priya Mathai
by balaranjan pragatheesh
As he said, quick and dirty, but definitely covers the basics well.
by Diana Slawniak
by Eric Hunke
Good video, but pretty basic info. Would love to see a little more about the disease process. I imagine the info I am looking for is available in the pulmonology lectures.
by ahmed ali
by Mary Rifino
Great, concise, easy to remember.
by jason deets
by Matt Calvert
by MAGGIE PARKER
He has a great way of explaining things clearly and gives you tips to help remember what medicines go with what class of medications
by Richard Benian
by Brent Robbins
The best and most simplistic explanation of these two concepts, makes it easy on a stressed out nurse that is cramming to get their RN. Let's be honest who actually studies ahead? The answer is housewives that have a hubby with a good job. That's not the majority!
by hanah milam
Clear, simple. Easy to understand!
by juju echebiri
by Gerry Prieto
by Milton Negus
I very much appreciate that a non-medically associated observer can access this information. I am now vastly more informed about my pulmonary condition than ever before. Your illustrations and explanations are surprisingly comprehensible to a layman. You have masterful teaching skills.
by Thomas White
by Koustav Bangal
by Emad Balubaid
by amy nyenhuis
This lecture really helped me to understand the treatment difference in the two. I also thought it was easily explained where I could interpret and retain the information.
by Julia Riley
Really breaks down the information to a level that is easy to understand!
by kristen kilburg
by Omid Zargaran
by Stanley Guerrero
This is an excellent explanation to understand and recall how to use inhaled meds in asthma and COPD.
by Brian Baesler
Great quick review of COPD and asthma med classes
by jaymie virtusio
Can you expand more on leukotrienes
by Lanson Lapeyrouse
by michael dearos
by misty dehaven
by Margaret Tumuhairwe
very elaborate. the information is easy to remember!
by Sebastian Haupt
Great overview. Short and sweet
by sam frimpong
by Bernice Leong
simple and easy for memorize the terms . I love this course.
by Hugo-René Tremblay
by Lisa Mak
by Jeff Kiki
by Chi Chu
Nice visual presentation. It help me to understand the medication.
by Kristi Showalter
I like how the end of the med names were so clearly explained
by Loana Kaloyanova
by GREGORY LEBELT
by ali almatrood
by carly crull
by Chinedu ejike
by Pierre Coulombe
great course. a god review of medication used in these 2 diseases.
by Maha Mahmoud
by Annie Hawkins
Love it!!! The chart was great in helping me understand. Thank you!!
by parris cudjoe
Excellent!!
by Thyago Vieira
by Manuel Suarez
OUTSTANDING AND CLEAR FOR BOTH PRACTICE AND CASE QUESTIONS
by Stanislav Panfilov
Clearly explained receptor sites and treatment strategies. Absolutely love this approach for explanation and teaching. Thank you Dr. Roger
by Jessica Kocsis
Great explanation, very clearly understood!
by Elias Fubini
by mikshira Mosely
by Mark Trach
by Suchi Mishra
by Fabio Gobbi
Very helpful, I really enjoyed the clarity of this explanation
by Michael Isaac

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Understand asthma and COPD inhalers with this concise overview of the "step-up" inhaler treatment for both asthma and COPD.

Includes discussion & illustrations on the naming and usage of SABA inhalers (short acting beta agonists - albuterol etc.), LABA inhalers (long acting beta agonists - salmeterol etc.), ICS (inhaled corticosteroids - fluticasone etc.), and LAMAs (long acting muscarinic receptor antagonists - tiotropium etc.)

Reviews for Inhalers (Asthma & COPD Treatment) Explained Clearly (70)

by Lucy Atkinson
Simplest and easiest way to understand treatment algorithms for COPD and asthma that I have come across :)
by Lativia Edmond
by Andrew Adams, MD
See all 70 reviews
by Lucy Atkinson
Simplest and easiest way to understand treatment algorithms for COPD and asthma that I have come across :)
by Lativia Edmond
by Andrew Adams, MD
by Michael Forman
by julie nyhus
by Leonid Brodsky
by Rachel Walter
by Mary Jane Hanson
Very well written, does nice job of differentiating between Rx for asthma and COPD
by bert de leeuw
by faisal almogbel
by yan chen
by Aleksey Karavaev
by Peter Janssen
by kathy kimpler
The boxes made it easy to understand, which medications are used first for Asthma and COPD. Makes perfect sense.
by Priya Mathai
by balaranjan pragatheesh
As he said, quick and dirty, but definitely covers the basics well.
by Diana Slawniak
by Eric Hunke
Good video, but pretty basic info. Would love to see a little more about the disease process. I imagine the info I am looking for is available in the pulmonology lectures.
by ahmed ali
by Mary Rifino
Great, concise, easy to remember.
by jason deets
by Matt Calvert
by MAGGIE PARKER
He has a great way of explaining things clearly and gives you tips to help remember what medicines go with what class of medications
by Richard Benian
by Brent Robbins
The best and most simplistic explanation of these two concepts, makes it easy on a stressed out nurse that is cramming to get their RN. Let's be honest who actually studies ahead? The answer is housewives that have a hubby with a good job. That's not the majority!
by hanah milam
Clear, simple. Easy to understand!
by juju echebiri
by Gerry Prieto
by Milton Negus
I very much appreciate that a non-medically associated observer can access this information. I am now vastly more informed about my pulmonary condition than ever before. Your illustrations and explanations are surprisingly comprehensible to a layman. You have masterful teaching skills.
by Thomas White
by Koustav Bangal
by Emad Balubaid
by amy nyenhuis
This lecture really helped me to understand the treatment difference in the two. I also thought it was easily explained where I could interpret and retain the information.
by Julia Riley
Really breaks down the information to a level that is easy to understand!
by kristen kilburg
by Omid Zargaran
by Stanley Guerrero
This is an excellent explanation to understand and recall how to use inhaled meds in asthma and COPD.
by Brian Baesler
Great quick review of COPD and asthma med classes
by jaymie virtusio
Can you expand more on leukotrienes
by Lanson Lapeyrouse
by michael dearos
by misty dehaven
by Margaret Tumuhairwe
very elaborate. the information is easy to remember!
by Sebastian Haupt
Great overview. Short and sweet
by sam frimpong
by Bernice Leong
simple and easy for memorize the terms . I love this course.
by Hugo-René Tremblay
by Lisa Mak
by Jeff Kiki
by Chi Chu
Nice visual presentation. It help me to understand the medication.
by Kristi Showalter
I like how the end of the med names were so clearly explained
by Loana Kaloyanova
by GREGORY LEBELT
by ali almatrood
by carly crull
by Chinedu ejike
by Pierre Coulombe
great course. a god review of medication used in these 2 diseases.
by Maha Mahmoud
by Annie Hawkins
Love it!!! The chart was great in helping me understand. Thank you!!
by parris cudjoe
Excellent!!
by Thyago Vieira
by Manuel Suarez
OUTSTANDING AND CLEAR FOR BOTH PRACTICE AND CASE QUESTIONS
by Stanislav Panfilov
Clearly explained receptor sites and treatment strategies. Absolutely love this approach for explanation and teaching. Thank you Dr. Roger
by Jessica Kocsis
Great explanation, very clearly understood!
by Elias Fubini
by mikshira Mosely
by Mark Trach
by Suchi Mishra
by Fabio Gobbi
Very helpful, I really enjoyed the clarity of this explanation
by Michael Isaac

Instructor

Roger Seheult, MD
Roger Seheult, MD

- 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.

Get to know Dr. Seheult by reading his bio

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MedCram Premium Package

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