Understand the oxygen hemoglobin dissociation curve with this clear and concise medical lecture from Dr. Seheult.
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MedCram allows 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 Oxygen Hemoglobin Dissociation Curve Explained Clearly very informative, easy to follow, and fun.
- Oxygen Hemoglobin Dissociation Curve Explained Clearly
- Delivery of Oxygen to Tissues Explained Clearly
NUTCHAREE WALLACE, RN
BRETT PETERSON, Dentist
very helpful. thanks
FRANK PETROLA, MD
SYNEVA DEKKER, RN
I am a nurse, the math equations were not helpful. Was hoping for more practical examples of shunting, v/q mismatch, etc.
Love the simplicity of the factors influencing the oxy-hem curve as it "normally" occurs at the lungs and muscle. Easier to recall when understood than trying to simply recall the influential factors! Thanks
FLORENCE EZE, NP
Thank God I stumbled into this world class lecture. My practice will improve by leaps and bounds. GREAT
AMNA JADALI, PA-C
very good summation behind the physiology of oxygen in the body
ALEXANDER MANNING (NP Student)
Good course! I have seen this equation many times and this video really helped me to understand what it means and how to apply it. Thank you!
MARLIN SANTOS (Medical Student)
STEVE KUIJPERS, RN
Gets the message across. As regards DO2 equations, it would help to specify g/dl, mmol, kPa, mm Hg...
It is a difficult topic! I need to watch it once more to get the full benefit.
This course was awesome
This course had exactly what I was looking for
MARK BICE, Paramedic
VAUGHAN MILLER (Nursing Student)
AMY BURKE, RN
A few more examples of how pathophysiology impacts on the curve / oxygen distribution would have been great ie during an asthma exaccerbation.
ADRIANNA SILVA, RN
AMANDA DOUGLASS, RN
Very nicely and clearly explained. Thank you very much !
MOHAMED EL AMINE ABADA, MD
DAVID STEAD, MD
As promised the material was presented lucidly and concisely, and imparted a clear understanding of the topic.
CLARE SANTANA, RN
Short and concise. Thanks!
KAREN MCKENZIE (NP Student)
The test question example was very helpful. I think that the concept of DO2 is a little harder to understand. Thank you.
Very informative and easy to understand, eventually, it took me a bit of time to catch on but it was well explained. I can use the information in my aged care work as i deal with low Sao2 levels an a daily basis
Oxygen Hemoglobin Dissociation Curve Explained Clearly
Today I listened to my first MEDCRAM lecture which was Oxygen Hemoglobin Dissociation Curve Explained Clearly. The presentation was interesting. The quality of the audio was excellent. There were little bits of biochemistry that were enticing. Included were the essential clinical elements and key features that respiratory therapy students need to know and are frequently tested over. In addition the recording was around 8 minutes - it was not so long at to become tedious. For these reasons I review and rate this lecture with associated visual animations at the highest level. James L. Hulse PhD, MPH, RRT-NPS, RPFT Program Director and Assistant Professor Respiratory Care Program Oregon Institute of Technology
CINDY KUYKENDALL, Paramedic
good help me breath
JORDAN MACKNER, RN
I am a new member and I am loving all the content so far!
So easy to understand!
Turned this from confusing into easy peasy. Thank you!
BRYAN MCVAY, MD
WENDELL BLOCK, MD
Interesting facts very clearly explained!
PHIL OLSEN, RN
HALEY CORGAN, RN
REBECCA WELLS-STOWE, NP
SUBHADEEP BOSE, MD
RANJINI SINGH, PA-C
Very well explained. Thank you
RON HEBERGER, PA-C
SEKOU SAMAKE, MD
Great way to learn. Clearly explained and easy to understand.
THOMAS GÖHL, RN
RUBY TREJO, RN
Great for a quick review
GERGANA PETKOVA, MD
TAMMY ALVERSON, MD
CHATUR SHANKH (Medical Student)
NAM HA, MD
MARK GETTINGS, Paramedic
MICHAEL FORMAN (Medical Student)
ROSS LAUGER, NP
SECHABA NTEO, MD
Emphasis factors affecting shift
RICHARD BENIAN, Dentist
BIBI SANGSTER, NP
Great, easy to understand.
GERRY PRIETO (Medical Student)
CARL SAUNDERS JR, NP
One of the most clear, easy to comprehend lectures on the subject I've seen in along time!
Good discussion of do2. Broken down concisely
PAUL KUHN, RN
Thank you very very much
- 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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