By Nicolas H. on 23. January 2023 for Sepsis and Septic Shock: Treatment
Content is clear and highlights essential concepts, perfect for people learning the basic concepts of the pathologies reviewd
Not for nursing students
By Jennell L. on 24. October 2022 for Assisted Control – Modes of Ventilation
Not for nursing students. This guy totally does not keep my interest and he assumes that you know a lot of things that I have never heard of. Horrible lecturer and not for nursing students.
Not for nursing students
By Jennell L. on 24. October 2022 for Mechanical Ventilation
This is definitely not for RN students. This guy just confused me even more. Stop throwing the medical content into the nursing section.
Not for nursing students
By Jennell L. on 24. October 2022 for Respiratory Failures: Treatment
Please remove the medical content from the nursing section. I m tired of Lecturio just throwing the medical content into the nursing section. This OES NOT WORK!!
This was created for medical students not nursing students
By Jennell L. on 24. October 2022 for Respiratory Distress: Examination
This was created for medical students not nursing students. A lot of this info is obsolete or incorrect in reverence to nursing. You can not throw the medical videos into the nursing section. It does not work like that. Nursing interventions are different than interventions a doctor would perform.
By Mark F. on 13. October 2022 for Sepsis and Septic Shock: Sources & Diagnosis
This is an excellent presentation, better than what many of us get in school
Does not keep interest
By Jennell L. on 11. October 2022 for Sepsis and Septic Shock: Treatment
I think these videos were made for the medical section of Lecturio and then just thrown into the nursing section. She uses some unfamiliar words and more complex concepts and her lectures are just not very engaging. I do not recommend this lecturer.
qSOFA is not anything taught in nursing school
By Jennell L. on 11. October 2022 for Sepsis and Septic Shock: Sources & Diagnosis
What on earth is qSOFA? This is nothing I learned in nursing school and you guys throw it in here and don't explain it. You guys cannot just take the videos for medical school and throw them into the nursing section.
I am very, very disappointed in all the videos that were not done by Rhonda Laws. This one for sure is not for nursing students.
Not Rhonda Laws
By Jennell L. on 11. October 2022 for Sepsis and Septic Shock: Pathophysiology & Clinical Definition
Not very good at lecturing. I tuned out a couple of times and had to rewind. Rhonda Laws should do all the videos.
And the questions for this video were poorly written.
By JODY R. on 21. September 2021 for Sepsis and Septic Shock
It's a great and comprehensive course, and the way she explained the lecture was amazing
By Juan F. on 10. September 2021 for Respiratory Assessment (Nursing)
Excellent lecture summarizing all the fundamentals in so little time.
By Jerard C. on 06. July 2021 for Sepsis and Septic Shock: Treatment
Lots of very good information. I would have been nice to see a few more ECG traces to help out with the understanding
An excellent lecture
By Luis Ángel Z. on 12. May 2021 for Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome (ARDS): Pathogenesis
Dr. Carlo Raj, i like a lot the way you expose the lectures. You explain everything in very understandable way
By Suzanne S. on 10. May 2021 for Sepsis and Septic Shock: Sources & Diagnosis
Very clear and useful! I especially like how she reemphasizes that some people in septic shock are compensated, so we must be careful and look for subtle clues of sepsis and septic shock.
By Luz angela B. on 22. March 2021 for Respiratory Tract Infections: Classification
fue una conferencia muy clara,organizada,los medios que utilizaron para realizar las presentaciones fueron muy enteractivos ,muy claros, buena iluminacion. por lo tanto me ayudo a enteder el tema, me parecio que los subtitulos iban muy rapido y se me dificulta mucho porque hablo solo español.
By Jiyoung A. on 16. March 2021 for Factors Affecting End-tidal Carbon Dioxide (EtCO₂) (Nursing)
I've been pretty good with Cardiovascular, Pharmacology, and Neurology but I got 1 correct answer out of 5 questions in this portion of lecture. It's challenging and I like it. There are lots of stuff to memorize and put together to make sense, which has made me watch this video over and over.
By Nikki M. on 11. January 2021 for Respiratory Assessment (Nursing)
Rhonda does a great job at breaking everything down so it is easy to understand! So glad I found this resource for school!
By BIHARA R. on 26. December 2020 for Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome (ARDS): Signs, Symptoms, Definition, Treatment
He explains it well without any stress just like a pro
By Jediddah N. on 24. August 2020 for Respiratory Assessment (Nursing)
Simple and well illustrated lectures. Lectures take the shortest time but very comprehensive
A very thorough and clear explanation.
By Nada I. on 02. June 2020 for Chest CT Scan – Diagnostic Imaging
The vocabulary is understandable and the explanation is thorough and organized.
By Rajath R. on 25. May 2020 for Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome (ARDS): Pathogenesis
Thank u so much Dr Raj. It was a very good lecture.
Clear and repetitive
By Miziel R. on 30. April 2020 for Respiratory Assessment (Nursing)
Five stars. Teaching style great. Gives time to absorb . Repetitive approach. Bubbly
By olanipekun o. on 19. April 2020 for Atypical Pneumonia
very lively. I love the method of explanation, never get bored of watching interesting and well educative materials like this, thanks to the tutors here and the whole Lecturio team.
Not his best
By Jack B. on 25. February 2020 for Modes of Ventilation: Auto-PEEP
great lecturer but some lectures present information that is literally incomprehensible
By Katherine G. on 26. December 2019 for Sepsis and Septic Shock: Pathophysiology & Clinical Definition
Dr. Jung is an awesome lecturer! Very clear and I really appreciate the fact that she doesn't just read slides but makes an effort an effort to explain the material!
Need more details about medications
By Rodrigo C. on 27. October 2019 for Respiratory Distress: Management
Very good, but could have more details in the medications used to treat the most common respiratories distress causes. Like budesonide and ipratropium in an asthmatic crisis.
Up to date lecture on Sepsis
By Susan O. on 13. February 2019 for Sepsis and Septic Shock: Treatment
Good delivery of content. Lecture incorporated latest definitions of Sepsis and Septic shock
By Lucas C. on 06. February 2019 for Respiratory Distress: ABC Assessment and Diagnosis
it is a very good lecture!
ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha
By Hunkyo C. on 10. January 2019 for Diagnosis: Chest X-ray and Ct Scan – Lung Disease
Good overview of the different scans used to examine lungs and specific uses for each.
By Farhanah A. on 15. September 2018 for Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome
It is very a good job as he able to simplify difficult concepts. I really love the way he explains each points. Thank you so much.
Very clear and concise.
By Alex M. on 03. September 2018 for Respiratory Distress: Examination
Very clear and concise. Presenter took time to explain positional importance of the patient.
Great lectures but a bit rushed
By LAILA K. on 14. June 2018 for Interstitial Disease (Part 2)
Really great lecture, but the speed is bit hard to keep up with. Found myself pausing a lot, however the quality was excellent
By Sidney F. on 18. May 2018 for Sepsis and Septic Shock: Treatment
I don't need Lecturio. I only need Dr Jung's brain to thrive on the test.
By kevin B. on 21. March 2018 for Modes of Ventilation: Auto-PEEP
The information was presented in a very clear and concise manner.
By olawale o. on 05. February 2018 for Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome (ARDS): Differential Diagnosis
Once again, Dr. Raj is blowing my mind with the way he teach medicine. Connecting everything from here on out to eternity. I have a question about that second quiz question about sepsis before ARDS. The answer was that ARDS following sepsis will decrease the cardiac output, and that was according to what Dr. Raj said in the lectures. Is it possible that we could also have a situation with respiratory rate increasing?