Jugular Venous Pressure, Animation

Jugular Venous Pressure, Animation

Jugular venous pressure, JVP, also known as jugular venous pulse, is the pressure within the jugular vein. Because the right internal jugular vein communicates directly with the right atrium via the superior vena cava, JVP essentially reflects the central venous pressure; and its cyclic changes with each heartbeat accurately mirror the dynamics of blood flow […]

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Determinants of Cardiac Output – Part 2 of 3

Determinants of Cardiac Output – Part 2 of 3

So we know that one factor that determines pressure in the system, and thus determines flow, is fluid volume. The pressure in any hydraulic system is a product of volume and system compliance. So let’s look at the compliance of this system. Compliance of the beds can be decreased by contracting the muscles around the […]

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Anatomy of the Brain

Anatomy of the Brain

alright Ninja nerds to give you guys another view of the brain of some of the internal structures so first off if you remember from before we had this central sulcus here on the side and this little groove right here this little groove running right there this guy right there is actually called the […]

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Rights and Advocacy with Type 1 Diabetes

Rights and Advocacy with Type 1 Diabetes

Hi, and welcome back to Type 1 Diabetes explained. Today we’re going to look at what legal rights people with Diabetes have and how those are implemented and protected in the school and workplace environment. We will start with the rights that person has when they are in school. This includes any federally funded school, […]

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The Determinants of Cardiac Output (complete w/ captions)

An understanding of the determinants of cardiac output is essential to both medical specialists in their dealing with heart disease and hypertension, and to surgical specialists who deal with shock states and the maintenance of adequate circulation during surgical procedures. In this program, I’ll introduce you to some fundamental yet often misunderstood concepts about the […]

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Cardiac embryology reminder

Cardiac embryology reminder

I am not a specialist in cardiac embryology, therefore, have a very similar knowledge background to the audience. In understanding the complex congenital heart disease, I had to refresh my knowledge in cardiac embryology. In this process, I found out that certain aspects and many complex terms, in my personal opinion, would better be ignored […]

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Mastering Edema – Types, Causes, Symptoms & Treatment

Mastering Edema – Types, Causes, Symptoms & Treatment

Today we are going to talk about the core concepts related with the “Edema”. Right? Now! Before I really give the lecture I would love to ask you a few questions, how do you define? What is Edema? Yes please? Right, She is saying that edema is an accumulation of interstitial fluid. Interstitial fluid is […]

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Heart Anatomy – Right Atrium – 3D Anatomy Tutorial

Heart Anatomy – Right Atrium – 3D Anatomy Tutorial

So in this tutorial, we’re going to look at some of the features of the right side of the heart. We’ll start off with the atrium and we’ll look at some of the external and internal feature. And then we’ll look at the right ventricle and look at some of the features internally and externally. […]

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