Respiratory Medicine

Respiratory Medicine

by Jeremy Brown, PhD

Learn Advanced Respiratory Medicine!

This course provides a framework describing the different types of lung disease and their potential effects on the patient.
You will learn how the clinician recognises the patient presenting with the common or less common respiratory diseases, and how he uses investigations to confirm their diagnosis, as well as key issues pertaining to their management.
Here is a sample of just some of the subjects covered:

  • URTI, Bronchitis and Pneumonia
  • Asthma
  • Major Airways Obstruction, Bronchiectasis, Cystic Fibrosis, Haemoptysis
  • Vascular Diseases

Course Details

  • Videos 94
  • Duration 7:05 h
  • Quiz questions 371
  • Articles 37

Content

Your Educators of course Respiratory Medicine

 Jeremy Brown, PhD

Jeremy Brown, PhD

Professor Jeremy Brown is a Professor of Respiratory Infection at the University College of London (UCL) in England, UK.
He obtained his PhD in molecular microbiology from the University of London in 1999. Currently, he is a Senior Lecturer and Honorary Consultant at UCL, and Lead Teacher for respiratory medicine undergraduate teaching at UCLH.
Due to his achievements, he obtained a Welcome Advanced Research Fellowship for further scientific training at the University of Adelaide. He has also led internationally respected research programs in pneumonia prevention and antibiotic resistance.
Within Lecturio, Dr. Brown teaches courses on Respiratory Medicine and Pulmonology.


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general overview in determining candidacy for surgery
By Alaena A. on 09. September 2021 for Treatment: Curable and Incurable NSCLC

This lecture provides a good, general overview of deciding if a patient is a candidate for surgery. Though brief, it is much better explained than in review books.

 
clinical s/s
By Alaena A. on 09. September 2021 for Lung Cancer and Tumors: Presentation

This lecture provides a good overview of clinical signs and symptoms.

 
good explanation of pathogenesis
By Alaena A. on 08. September 2021 for Asthma: Clinical History

I like the explanation of the pathogenesis and some clarification between allergic and non-allergic asthma.

 
I don’t appreciate Respiratory lectures.
By Malakamir M. on 04. September 2021 for Airway Diseases

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.