by Jared Rovny

Learn about applied situations of Physics!

Fluids are an important part of your medical work. Any kind of body fluid, like blood, follows physical laws and conditions.

So as a good medical doctor you have to know about essential concepts like density, hydrodynamics and pressure.

Learn about these crucial topics:

  • Hydrostatics
  • Density
  • Pressure
  • Archimedes' Principle
  • Buoyancy
  • Pascal's Law
  • Hydrodynamics
  • Continuity
  • Flow Rate
  • Bernoulli's Principle
  • Venturi Effect
  • Pitot Tube

Drop your old study habits and start learning in a new, efficient way!

Jared Rovny, a Yale graduate student and teaching fellow, will provide you with high yield lectures, that will help to raise your test scores. Lecturio then adds download material, accompanying, illustrative topic reviews and quiz questions, to double-check you are at your best game for the MCAT exam.

Try it out now!

Course Details

  • Videos 19
  • Duration 1:41 h
  • Quiz questions 51
  • Articles 2


Your Educators of course Fluids

 Jared Rovny

Jared Rovny

Jared Rovny has a strong academic background in Physics research and education, and currently researches modern topics in medical Physics. He has taught a wide variety of physics classes over many years, receiving awards for his teaching and high recommendations from students. Jared has been helping students prepare specifically for the physics on their MCAT exams for over 7 years, and works hard to create clear, visual explanations. He is committed to the importance of education, working with Yale's Center for Teaching and Learning as he continues to research and teach.

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Great vid
By Steven I. on 24. January 2018 for Uses of Fluid Laws

Great way to wrap up the series. Initially, I fell into a couple of the "traps" Jared mentioned. Now, I will keep this video in mind on test day. Thanks!

Helpful lecture with clear guidance
By Jakob M. on 01. March 2017 for Flow Rate: Example

Very good lecture that covers one of the core principles of the vascular system through math, and gives a headsup for what might come to the exam. I would, though, like to see more than one example solved.