Your lungs are the pair of spongy, pinkish-gray organs in your chest. When you inhale (breathe in), air enters your lungs, and oxygen from that air moves to your blood. Carbon dioxide simultaneously diffuses from the blood to the lungs and is subsequently exhaled—a process known as gas exchange. As this process is essential to life, the evaluation and treatment of lung pathology are vital to understand. Before diving into pathology, however, one must understand the basics: How does air move through the lungs and into the blood? How does the body know when to breathe? An understanding of lung anatomy, physical exam maneuvers, and the other evaluation tools at our disposal is important for narrowing the broad differential of diseases that may affect the lungs.
Everything was explained in detail ,but if there was a patient for physical exam it would have been so much better
Amazing explanation , nice voice , straight to the point, I like it very much
I read Davidson textbook , but this doctor explains everything better than how it is explained in Davidson . But I wish there were real images of patients in the lecture , and images of phlegm for example not only description .
Excellent able to differentiate between upper and lower respiratory system