Intern Content: Approach to Shock - OnlineMedEd

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Great teaching skills, understandable & memorable. But, his brain drawing looks more like a butt crack 😂

Author — Jayne Jetson

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20:20
I think you meant to say SVR has decreased

Author — yinyang beats

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Best content i ever found on YouTube for medicos

Author — Sonal Kumar

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Hi There !
I'm not a native english speaker and i'm really not making sense out of one word.
Could someone please give me a hint ?

"consider SVR as tone, and CO as ... ??? "

... Wamp ? womp ? Can't figure it out ..

Love your videos :)

Author — Arthur On Air

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Thanks very much. An excellent, clear and very informative lecture. Thanks for your effort. |Great man.

Author — Mohsin Fareed

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When you say, Tank size increases, it means SVR has decreased, right. That would be why we give them pressors.??

Author — hem sagar

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What a teacher u r? So prolific and clinically relevant teaching, just became your fan.

Author — Wealthyogi

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one question though -
wasnt there a mix up in what causes RV / LV filling problems?
in the video:
RV - PTX and temponade
LV- PE, Pulmonary HTN

im not so sure,
isnt PE causing RV damage?
pretty sure that pulm hypertension causes problems to the right heart also....

Author — Lansvacer

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sir u say bp is 120/80, , the diastolic pressure goes up by 20 points then you say systolic womp is 40 how this 40 comes from??

Author — numan wazir

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"What do you mean you can't find the term 'whomp' in NEJM?!! " Just kidding, this is excellent, thanks.

Author — misteratoz

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I didn't understand the occult shock, how can we recognize it?

Author — melody melodi

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Best lecture ever, Thank you very very

Author — melody melodi

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and if TPR or diastolic increase by 20 points, , then will the systolic or CO should nt decrease?? as u mention tht if TPR increase, ,CO will decrease and if CO decrease, , TPR will increase?//??

Author — numan wazir

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Didn't understand the difference beetween warm and cold where to look for...if cold the fingers but if warm not fingers but ankles?

Author — Dr Dr

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i still did not get it !why when we have narrow pulse pressure it's problem of cardiac output?an when we have wide PP, the problem is with SVR????!!can someone explain it for me please

Author — rom B