welcome to another MedCram lecture we’re going to talk about hypoxemia and its five physiological causes again anything with the ending of a emia it’s gonna have to be something that’s related to the blood so hyponatremia hypokalemia hypercalcemia again it’s referring to the amount in the blood this is… Continue Reading Hypoxemia – The 5 Causes & Treatment… #1 High Altitude

welcome to another MedCram lecture we’re gonna talk about some really interesting developments with vitamin C in septic shock and if you’ve been following this you’ll know that there is a paper that was published in chests awhile ago by the author of Marik who looked at vitamin C and… Continue Reading Sepsis Treatment & Vitamin C – Trials & Updates (Septic Shock)

welcome to another MedCram lecture we’re gonna talk about some really interesting developments with vitamin C in septic shock and if you’ve been following this you’ll know that there is a paper that was published in chests awhile ago by the author of Marik who looked at vitamin C and… Continue Reading Sepsis Treatment & Vitamin C – Trials & Updates (Septic Shock)

Study types in medical research Do you know the number of clinical decisions a physician has to make daily? Most likely somewhere around 100 to 200. For example, if you request specific diagnostic tests in a case with an uncertain diagnosis, a diagnosis can be made based on the results… Continue Reading Medical Statistics – Part 8: Study Types in Medical Research

Imagine having a heart attack and a stroke and being told there was nothing more doctors could do. In my case, 10 years ago, I would be having to prepare for death. That was — would be the only viable option for me. Now imagine you’re a young man. You’re… Continue Reading Minds of Medicine: Solving Heart Valve Problems without Surgery – TAVR

[Music] in this lecture we will review migraines and headaches and children migraines are a common complaint in children they are more frequent as children get older and there’s many causes of headaches so a good history goes a long way in figuring out what kind of headache or migraine… Continue Reading Migraines and Headaches in Children – Pediatrics | Lecturio

– Hello, my name is Dr. Vineet Chopra and I’m here today to talk to you about abdominal pain. This is coming from the Saint-Chopra Guide to Inpatient Medicine that I wrote with my colleague and research mentor Dr. Sanjay Saint. This is the Fourth Edition and this video is… Continue Reading Abdominal Pain: The Saint-Chopra Guide to Inpatient Medicine, 4th Edition

Okay, last case. So, we’ve got an older patient here. I’ve got a 75-year-old woman. She has a one-day history of headache. Well, it’s just one of my migraines, she explains. Sounds pretty benign. Let’s get a little bit more. So, she has a long history of unilateral migraine headaches,… Continue Reading Just Another Migraine? – Family Medicine | Lecturio