Arrhythmia broadly refers to a group of disorders that involve dysfunction and/or dysregulation of either heart rate or heart rhythm. It can be classified as “fast” (tachyarrhythmia) or “slow” (bradyarrhythmia), and either of these classifications can be further divided according to the origin, means of transmission, and syndromes associated with it. Patients with an arrhythmia may exhibit a broad spectrum of clinical presentations, from being entirely asymptomatic to sudden cardiac arrest.
Excellent concise and precise. Oh! I love how Dr. Raj emphasize on important these. Cracks me up and keeps me engaged. Thanks
Dr Carlo gives maximum emphasis on conceptual understanding of the topic rather than just reading slides
Dr. Raj is very good. He is a bit fast and I sometime have a difficult time to clearly hear him. Your price range is a bit too high for retired people like me who would like to learn practical things like the EKG, endocrine system etc… just enough to better understand our doctors if and when we have a health condition.
Great course, well explained, love how he connects the physiology with the lectures so you can see how they are related.