Shock and Sepsis Medical Lecture - Diagnosis and Treatment

Shock and Sepsis Explained Clearly

Causes, critical signs, symptoms, and treatment strategies | 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 Shock and Sepsis causes, diagnosis, and treatment with this easy to follow medical review by Dr. Seheult.

We're glad you're here!

You may have noticed that the videos in this medical course are also available at our MedCram YouTube channel... but stick around because all new MedCram videos will be available first here at MedCram.com (and publicly posted to our YouTube medical channel weeks later... if at all).

Also, a growing amount of MedCram medical content (videos, quizzes, review notes) is only available here at MedCram.com - and not available on YouTube.

We've got you covered!

MedCram allows you to cut down on study time and maximize retention and understanding of key medical concepts 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 Shock and Sepsis Explained Clearly very informative, easy to follow, and fun...enjoy!

Reviews for Shock and Sepsis Explained Clearly (69)

by Khaing Thitsar
by Genti Mulla
Simply and clear!
by Amber Fuller
See all 69 reviews
by Khaing Thitsar
by Genti Mulla
Simply and clear!
by Amber Fuller
by Valerie Chang
Very helpful, I am a subscriber. Thank you.
by Deborah Dekker
Excellent, easy to follow & understand...... Thank you
by laurie lane
Best cut-to-the-chase unambiguous presentation. Walk away knowing the pearls.
by delia berinde
by Penny Brewer
by patel darshna
by patel darshna
by eduardo Sandoval
by Sarah Tso
by joel geesey
Good. Just questioning the comment of Normal Saline always being the best remedy for low volume. In hemorrhagic shock consider the lethal triad and that NS has a ph of approx. 5.5 whereas LR has a ph of 6.5. This may be negligible in the hospital setting but merits consideration in the pre hospital setting.
by Tuyet Tran
Like other videos, this is great explanation, straight to the point, concise, and easy to understand. Thanks so much.
by helen dorling
by Bernard Onyenze
by Hilda PIZON
Excellent explanation. thank you
by Zahra Hassan
excellent explanation
by Bernard O’Flynn
Simple clear and useful.
by Angela Rosati
by Charlotte Evans
by Matthew Apedo
by Thyago Vieira
by Britt Lynn
by James Chiu
by chantele sahli
Excellent
by Dr Karnam
Shock in a nutshell.....students love the way your explain. I took this to the nurses too and they loved it. Nice work
by Vanessa Lopes
First time I understand shock so clearly! I'll never look at it the same way. Thank you!
by Gerry Prieto
by Jason Elliott
by Thomas White
by Anisa Delisula
by rob boylan
Well done. This greatly improved my understanding of the three types of shock we the appropriate therapy.
by Amany Elfakhrany
by Ryan Kirk
Thank you. This was a really big help
by Anuradha James
Explained simply & clearly for quick review
by Christian Hernandez
by muhammad ibrahim
Of course - clearly explained
by kadija dialoo
by juan ramirez
by Alexei Cherniavsky
by Octavio Johan García Montes
by Suchi Mishra
Excellent lecture We need more lectures about shoosing different type of pressors/Ionotropes/Chronotropes
by James Kellogg
good simple explanation. very helpful
by Pam Ocampo
Great explanation!
by Joanne Hansen
by brianne power
by bobbi walker
Easy to understand!
by paula chudleigh
by ashley morgan
by yuvaraj nvsy
by Hugo-René Tremblay
by Beth Ronning
by Stacey McCoy
I love how easily this topic was discussed. I think other types of shock such as anaphylactic and neurogenic should be reviewed as well.
by Gabriel Corrêa
by Emily Shay
by Kochurani Benny
by Jennifer Griffiths
by Jordan Peters
Great, simple discussion for shock/sepsis
by Amanda Huite
excellent
by Marilyn Huamantla
by Kathryn Ross
by raman saber
by Reham Harbi
very simple & clear. thanks alot.
by Steph Smith-Magee
Really clear and easy to understand...thank you.
by Ellen Symonette
Love it, finally a lecture that makes shock clear and simple
by Carmen Patterson
Great course!! Very clear explanations!
by ARPAN SASHANKAR
Thank you for explaining it precisely to the point and very good methodology .
by Raymond Twum-Barima
Great tutorial. Well explained concepts. Thank you.

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Understand Shock and Sepsis causes, diagnosis, and treatment with this easy to follow medical review by Dr. Seheult.

We're glad you're here!

You may have noticed that the videos in this medical course are also available at our MedCram YouTube channel... but stick around because all new MedCram videos will be available first here at MedCram.com (and publicly posted to our YouTube medical channel weeks later... if at all).

Also, a growing amount of MedCram medical content (videos, quizzes, review notes) is only available here at MedCram.com - and not available on YouTube.

We've got you covered!

MedCram allows you to cut down on study time and maximize retention and understanding of key medical concepts 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 Shock and Sepsis Explained Clearly very informative, easy to follow, and fun...enjoy!

Reviews for Shock and Sepsis Explained Clearly (69)

by Khaing Thitsar
by Genti Mulla
Simply and clear!
by Amber Fuller
See all 69 reviews
by Khaing Thitsar
by Genti Mulla
Simply and clear!
by Amber Fuller
by Valerie Chang
Very helpful, I am a subscriber. Thank you.
by Deborah Dekker
Excellent, easy to follow & understand...... Thank you
by laurie lane
Best cut-to-the-chase unambiguous presentation. Walk away knowing the pearls.
by delia berinde
by Penny Brewer
by patel darshna
by patel darshna
by eduardo Sandoval
by Sarah Tso
by joel geesey
Good. Just questioning the comment of Normal Saline always being the best remedy for low volume. In hemorrhagic shock consider the lethal triad and that NS has a ph of approx. 5.5 whereas LR has a ph of 6.5. This may be negligible in the hospital setting but merits consideration in the pre hospital setting.
by Tuyet Tran
Like other videos, this is great explanation, straight to the point, concise, and easy to understand. Thanks so much.
by helen dorling
by Bernard Onyenze
by Hilda PIZON
Excellent explanation. thank you
by Zahra Hassan
excellent explanation
by Bernard O’Flynn
Simple clear and useful.
by Angela Rosati
by Charlotte Evans
by Matthew Apedo
by Thyago Vieira
by Britt Lynn
by James Chiu
by chantele sahli
Excellent
by Dr Karnam
Shock in a nutshell.....students love the way your explain. I took this to the nurses too and they loved it. Nice work
by Vanessa Lopes
First time I understand shock so clearly! I'll never look at it the same way. Thank you!
by Gerry Prieto
by Jason Elliott
by Thomas White
by Anisa Delisula
by rob boylan
Well done. This greatly improved my understanding of the three types of shock we the appropriate therapy.
by Amany Elfakhrany
by Ryan Kirk
Thank you. This was a really big help
by Anuradha James
Explained simply & clearly for quick review
by Christian Hernandez
by muhammad ibrahim
Of course - clearly explained
by kadija dialoo
by juan ramirez
by Alexei Cherniavsky
by Octavio Johan García Montes
by Suchi Mishra
Excellent lecture We need more lectures about shoosing different type of pressors/Ionotropes/Chronotropes
by James Kellogg
good simple explanation. very helpful
by Pam Ocampo
Great explanation!
by Joanne Hansen
by brianne power
by bobbi walker
Easy to understand!
by paula chudleigh
by ashley morgan
by yuvaraj nvsy
by Hugo-René Tremblay
by Beth Ronning
by Stacey McCoy
I love how easily this topic was discussed. I think other types of shock such as anaphylactic and neurogenic should be reviewed as well.
by Gabriel Corrêa
by Emily Shay
by Kochurani Benny
by Jennifer Griffiths
by Jordan Peters
Great, simple discussion for shock/sepsis
by Amanda Huite
excellent
by Marilyn Huamantla
by Kathryn Ross
by raman saber
by Reham Harbi
very simple & clear. thanks alot.
by Steph Smith-Magee
Really clear and easy to understand...thank you.
by Ellen Symonette
Love it, finally a lecture that makes shock clear and simple
by Carmen Patterson
Great course!! Very clear explanations!
by ARPAN SASHANKAR
Thank you for explaining it precisely to the point and very good methodology .
by Raymond Twum-Barima
Great tutorial. Well explained concepts. Thank you.

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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Cardiopulmonary Package

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Antibiotics Explained Clearly

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MedCram Reviews - Infectious Disease

MedCram Reviews - Infectious Disease

MedCram Reviews - Hematology

MedCram Reviews - Hematology

MedCram Reviews - Cardiology

MedCram Reviews - Cardiology

MedCram Reviews - Pulmonology

MedCram Reviews - Pulmonology