Medical Acid Base and ABGs Explained Clearly by MedCram.com | 3 of 8

thanks for joining us again this is part three of Medical acid-base we’ve talked about a number of things we’ve talked about acid-base bicarb and pco2 we’ve talked about the definitions of acidosis and acidemia and things of that nature we’ve just briefly touched on the anion gap and the non anion gap metabolic acidosis…

Medical Acid Base and ABGs Explained Clearly by MedCram.com | 5 of 8

welcome to part 5 of Medical acid-base this is where we want to kind of put everything together into one complete package here and and then maybe do some questions here and some later things let’s let’s kind of go back here and review remember we talked about bicarbonate and the different types of bicarb…

Medical Acid Base and ABGs Explained Clearly by MedCram.com | 6 of 8

so welcome to part 6 of acid-base disorders and this is where it all sort of comes together at this point where we’re looking at the questions and we’re going to go through a specific order and hopefully we stick to that order we’ll be able to figure out any acid-base question they’ll throw at…

Medical Acid Base and ABGs Explained Clearly by MedCram.com | 4 of 8

welcome to Part 4 of Medical acid-base I wanted to just review what we had just talked about before and that we’ve got two different types of metabolic syndromes metabolic acidosis metabolic alkalosis and that we’ve got for respiratory and the reason why there’s twice as many respiratory’s is because you have to deal with…

Insomnia Explained Clearly – Causes, Pathophysiology & Treatment

crowd welcome to another MedCram lecture in the next set of lectures we’re going to talk about insomnia what causes it what are the different diseases that can cause it and how to manage it and I would say that even though I am a sleep specialist some of the recommendations I’m going to be…

Hyperkalemia: Causes, Effects on the Heart, Pathophysiology, Treatment, Animation.

Hyperkalemia refers to abnormally high levels of potassium in the blood. In normal circumstances, more than 90% of the total body potassium is INTRAcellular; the remaining is in the EXTRAcellular fluid and blood plasma. The ratio of INTRAcellular to EXTRAcellular potassium is important for generation of action potentials and is essential for normal functions of…

COPD I Nucleus Health

Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, or COPD, is the gradual loss of your ability to breathe effectively. Normally, as you inhale, air moves freely through your trachea, or windpipe, then through large tubes called bronchi smaller tubes called bronchioles and finally into tiny sacs called alveoli. Small blood vessels called capillaries surround your alveoli. Oxygen from…