Cardiovascular pharmacology is one of the most relevant disciplines in the pharmacology test!
Dr. Pravin Shukle will help you to master it. He will guide you through pharmacological topics in a well-structured and clear manner, and explain all of the relevant aspects of cardiovascular pharmacology.
Among other topics, you will learn about:
Furthermore, thematically related articles and presentation slides, all included in the download material, will allow you to learn the subject in even greater detail. High-quality quiz questions will test your knowledge and indicate the areas that you need to further work on.
Learn cardiovascular pharmacology online now—with Dr. Pravin Shukle and Lecturio!
I really enjoyed all the videos about tx for lipid disorders! Made me understand easily!
i like it very very very very very. ery very very much
I wish there was more things that are geared towards the nurse practitioner rather than a general overview of course of cardiology but all the points that he makes a really helpful
Lecturio has the amazing ability to recruit professors that are not only knowledgeable but excel at teaching students. I wish I'd discovered the site earlier. One of the biggest problems professors have in medical school is that they often forget that they're teaching people who don't already know the material. It can make what seems to the professor like a straightforward lecture into an unintelligible mess to their students. Dr. Shukle was able to break down pharmacology in a much easier to understand format than my professors. While it may not have all the information people will see on a school test, it provides a solid foundation that I used to go back over my lectures and fill in details (this time having a much better understanding of what they were talking about and consequently getting much more out of it). I can't comment on their lecturio's affect on the USMLE, as I haven't taken that yet. But I do feel much better informed about pharmacology moving forward, and I recommend this series to everyone who felt like I did when listening to their school lectures.