Hypertension: General Treatment – Family Medicine | Lecturio

And what about secondary hypertension? When do you see that? I think a secondary hypertension, it’s rare. It’s only up to 10% of cases of hypertension. It’s probably less than that. But especially, in a middle-aged adult, when they come in with a very high blood pressure, and particularly a blood pressure that’s not well controlled on initial […]

Pulmonary Embolism Explained Clearly – Risk factors, Pathophysiology, DVT, Treatment

okay well welcome to another MedCram lecture today we’re going to talk about pulmonary embolism and specifically we’re going to talk about the epidemiology and also the risk factors in the next lectures we’ll talk about other things for instance the diagnosis and treatment but let’s talk about pulmonary embolism its epidemiology risk factors things of that nature […]

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 normally there. Interstitial […]

Hypertension: Diagnosis – Family Medicine | Lecturio

All right. Now, we’re going to discuss hypertension, which is one of the most common diagnosis in my practice. And unfortunately, across the United States, hypertension is getting more common as our population ages and also gets heavier. So, it’s really important to understand hypertension, its diagnosis and management. And that’s exactly what we’re about to do. So, […]

Neonatology (Newborn Medicine): Introduction – Pediatrics | Lecturio

In this lecture, we’re going to discuss delivery of the newborn, how newborns are resuscitated and TTN or transient tachypnea of the newborn. Let’s go over the epidemiology of newborns in the U.S. There are 4 million births per year. Ten percent of infants who are born require some sort of intervention at birth to keep them going […]

Penicillins – Antibiotics Explained Clearly

Brown welcome to another MedCram lecture we’re going to talk about penicillins today and don’t worry you’re not going to be asked to memorize this structure for penicillin but we’re going to talk about the evolution of the penicillin molecule in terms of the drug market and the different types of penicillins that are out there and why […]

Basic Principles – Family Medicine | Lecturio

And so now we’re going to be discussing the principles and philosophy of my specialty family medicine. And in particularly how that applies to United States Medical Licensing Examination. Because I think it is important to understand some of the background. It will influence the types of answers that you see on the exam. And I believe the […]

Asthma Medication & Principles of Therapy– Respiratory Pharmacology | Lecturio

Welcome to pharmacology by Lecturio. My name is Pravin Shukle and I will guide you through respiratory pharmacology. When we talk about drugs used in asthma, we have lots of choices. We have the bronchodilators such as the beta agonists, the methylxanthines, and the muscarinic antagonists. We also have a choice of a number of anti-inflammatory agents including […]