Lymphoma Explained Clearly by MedCram.com | 2 of 2

welcome to part 2 for lymphoma we could talk about Hodgkin’s lymphoma Hodgkin’s lymphoma is second in our discussion today so let’s get started first we gotta know how to spell Hodgkin’s lymphoma and I guess if there was a lymphoma that you were going to get if you had no choice this would be…

Chronic Kidney Disease, Animation

Chronic kidney disease, CKD, is a gradual loss of renal function, typically developing over the course of months or years. Many conditions, both within and outside the kidneys, can cause progressive damage to the kidneys over time, leading to CKD. Of these, most common are diabetes and hypertension, both of which directly damage blood vessels…

My Parkinson’s Story: Medications

– WHILE I WAS AT WORK I NOTICED IT. I WAS SITTING AT MY DESK AND, YOU KNOW, I WAS GOING TO THE COMPUTER, AND ALL OF SUDDEN MY PINKIES JUST STARTED JUMPING UP OUT OF CONTROL AND I COULDN’T STOP IT. – IT’S VERY HARD FOR HIM, YOU KNOW? HE TRIES, YOU KNOW, BUT…

“Pathophysiology and Diagnosis of Heart Failure” by Christina Vanderpluym, MD, for OPENPediatrics

Pathophysiology and Diagnosis of Heart Failure, by Dr. Christina VanderPluym. Hello. My name is Dr. Christina VanderPluym, and I am the Director of the Ventricular Assist Device Program in the Heart Transplant and Heart Function Program at Boston Children’s Hospital. And today, I’m going to discuss heart failure in children in this two-part part series….

Pulmonary Diffusion Explained Clearly by MedCram.com

welcome to another MedCram lecture we could talk about hypoxemia again and this time we’re gonna talk about diffusion again hypoxemia literally meaning low oxygen in the blood let’s talk about diffusion as a possibility for a mechanism for hypoxemia to talk about that though we’ve got to sort of break down the the alveolus…