Cardiac Cycle – Systole & Diastole – Cardiology

now, today we’ll be talking about the cardiac cycle. and the cardiac cycle we’ll be discussing in two fashions, and one way we will discussing cardiac cycle while I will be doing different diagrams and in second phase, We’ll discuss the cardiac cycle Uhhhhh, When I will be presenting the errands during the cardiac cycle…

“Cardiopulmonary Interactions” by Jordan Rettig for OPENPediatrics

Cardiopulmonary Interactions by Dr. Jordan Rettig. Hello, my name is Jordan Rettig, and I’m an Attending Physician in the Division of Critical Care Medicine at Boston Children’s Hospital. Today, I’ll be discussing cardiopulmonary interactions with particular attention towards positive pressure ventilation. So I want to just start by illustrating the differences between a positive pressure…

Medical Rounds with Dr. Dina Darsaklis

– Tonight in Medical Rounds. If you have pulmonary hypertension, you want to pay close attention to this interview. All this month is dedicated to awareness of pulmonary hypertension. It’s a type of high blood pressure that affects the arteries and the lungs, and on the right side of the heart. And joining us live…

Advanced Pulmonary Disease and Lung Transplant Program

[ Music ]>>It’s not just one person that makes this program. It’s our medical and surgical physicians, it’s our pharmacists, nutritionists; it’s the nurses the nurses being on the cardio thoracic unit or in the transplant clinic. There’s a lot of people that make up the team and everybody has such a very important part…

Pulmonary Embolism: Blood Clot in Lungs

A pulmonary embolism, or a PE, is simply just a blood clot that occurs in the lungs. Now, a great majority of people that suffer blood clots will present with shortness of breath, maybe some racing heart, maybe a little bit of chest pain. They come into the hospital. They’re evaluated, and usually put on…

Advice for Living with Pulmonary Fibrosis

I couldn’t walk from the back door of my house to the garage without taking a break. That’s what pulmonary fibrosis did to me. I was diagnosed with idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis, also known as IPF, in 2008. IPF causes scarring and hardening in the lungs lungs and makes it very difficult to breathe. With IPF,…

Zukunftspreis 2015: How Pulmonary Hypertension Develops

Shortness of breath and increasingly impaired function are typical in patients with pulmonary hypertension. They are often unable to climb even ten steps and simple daily tasks become insurmountable challenges. Frequently, the cause is a constriction of the pulmonary arteries. This reduces the amount of oxygen transported and results ultimately in oxygen deficiency. The lungs…