The main purpose of the lungs and heart are to provide oxygenated blood to the body. Oxygen is required by all tissues for cellular respiration and is therefore essential for energy production under efficient conditions.
Are you a medical student, health professional or junior doctor? Then this high-yield course will provide you with everything you need to know about assessing a patient with suspected respiratory disease. You will benefit from an overview of the presentation, diagnosis and management of the common and less common respiratory diseases. Learn about the anatomy of the lung and physiology of the respiratory function, as well.
This course contains the following contents:
Professor Jeremy Brown is a specialist in the field of respiratory medicine and will make sure you attain a deep understanding of this relevant topic.
Study with high quality video lectures, topic reviews to summarize the topics, and quiz questions! Furthermore, Prof. Brown with provide you with valuable clinical pearls and medical mnemonics.
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I like the explanation of the pathogenesis and some clarification between allergic and non-allergic asthma.
1- The accent of the lecturer is not comprehensive, as if he tried to emphasize on his accent. Instead of TALK, he said TOK is a simple example! I’m sure if he went to the USA, they will say:” Please repeat!” I myself understand a little the British accent, but he didn’t talk only for the British students or MDs. I had to look at the subtitles. I have not this problem with others. He didn’t use a case problem like a USMLE question to develop his lecture. He simply read what it was in front of him. If I compare the quality of Respiratory lectures with Rheumatology, for example, I can say that I didn’t learn anything.
Dr Jeremy Brown is a very good professor, he has a unique way to make you understand airway diseases. Since I am a foreigner i find it hard sometimes to understand him so i have to rewind sometimes. i would recommend this course to any medical student who wants to really understand airway diseases.
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