Dr Matt & Dr Mike's Medical YouTube show

Dr Matt & Dr Mike's Medical YouTube

Summary: Dr. Mike Todorovic & Dr. Matt Barton are Medical Educators from Australia that love teaching about the Human Body. We also have a podcast!! Dr. Matt & Dr. Mike's Medical Podcast Facebook: Dr Matt & Dr Mike's Medical Podcast Twitter: @drbartox @mickeytod @gubiosciences These brief concept captures are designed to supplement student learning for the following subjects: - Anatomy - Physiology - Pathophysiology - Pharmacology

Podcasts:

 Arterial Blood Gases (ABGs)| Interpretation | File Type: video/mp4 | Duration: 21:42

Dr Matt explains medical acid-base problems. Video explain acidosis, acidaemia, alkalosis, alkalaemia, ABGs, pH, and more.

 Deep-Sea Diving Physiology | Respiratory System | File Type: video/mp4 | Duration: 9:09

In this video, Dr Mike explore gas exchange under high pressure and explains nitrogen sickness and 'the bends'.

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A 24-year-old female, who is vegan, presents to her GP with extreme fatigue and shortness of breath on minimal exertion. A FBC diagnoses her with normocytic anaemia. Based on this diagnosis, what type of anaemia does she have? a) Iron-deficiency anaemia b) Haemolytic anaemia c) Pernicious anaemia d) Thalassiamia e) A & C

 Exam Question | Acute Coronary Syndrome Medications | File Type: video/mp4 | Duration: 3:17

A 49-year-old male presents to his GP complaining of chest pain. An ECG reveals an ST elevation. Which of the following medications correctly matches its mechanism of use for a suspected STEMI. A) Aspirin, anti-inflammatory; reduces swelling in the coronary arteries, thus supplying more blood to the heart. B) Glyceryl trinitrate, produces nitric oxide; to vasodilate the coronary arteries and supply more oxygen to the heart. C) Atenolol, stimulates B1 receptors in the kidney to release renin; which increases pre-load and afterload pressures and thus increasing blood pressure D) Morphine, opioid analgesic; reduce sympathetic activity, thus reducing myocardial oxygen demand E) Heparin, anti-coagulant; to reduce further platelets aggregating around plaque. F) Atorvastatin, lipid regulating drug; prevents further atherosclerosis in the affected coronary vessel.

 How does the brain influence the heart? | Cardiology | File Type: video/mp4 | Duration: 8:23

In this video, Dr Mike discusses neural control of the heart. This includes the role of the sympathetic (fight or flight) and parasympathetic (rest and digest) nervous system.

 Exam Question | Heart failure Secondary to COPD | File Type: video/mp4 | Duration: 4:14

A 65-year-old male is diagnosed with COPD and develops elevated pulmonary vascular resistance. Which of the following heart failures along with its correct mechanism is likely to occur. a) Left sided heart failure due to an increased afterload b) Right sided heart failure due to a decreased preload c) Right sided heart failure due to a loss in contractility d) Left sided heart failure due to increased preload e) Right sided heart failure due to increased afterload f) Bi-ventricular failure due to decreased preload on right and increased preload on left.

 Pacemaker Cells of the Heart | Cardiology | File Type: video/mp4 | Duration: 9:10

In this video, Dr Mike discusses how pacemaker cells, like the SA node and AV node create different action potentials compared to cardiomyocytes (heart muscle cells).

 Cannabidiol (CBD) and Health | Pharmacology | File Type: video/mp4 | Duration: 5:26

In this video, Dr Mike summarises the current evidence regarding the use of CBD for various health conditions.

 Systemic Vascular Resistance (Total Peripheral Resistance) | Cardiology | File Type: video/mp4 | Duration: 8:19

In this video, Dr Mike examines the role of blood vessels in altering blood pressure. This is known as systemic vascular resistance (SVR) or total peripheral resistance (TPR). There are three ways that blood vessels can affect blood pressure: - Diameter - Length - Viscosity

 Arteries versus Veins | Cardiology | File Type: video/mp4 | Duration: 5:26

What are the differences between arteries, arterioles, capillaries, venules, and veins?

 Cardiac Conduction System | Cardiology | File Type: video/mp4 | Duration: 5:57

In this video, Dr Mike explores the cardiac conduction system. beginning at the SA node and propagating through atria myocardia, then AV node and propagating through the AV bundle (bundle of His), bundle branches, purkinje fibres, and finally the ventricular myocardium.

 Cannabidiol (CBD) and Health | Pharmacology | File Type: video/mp4 | Duration: 5:26

In this video, Dr Mike summarises the current evidence regarding the use of CBD for various health conditions.

 Systemic Vascular Resistance (Total Peripheral Resistance) | Cardiology | File Type: video/mp4 | Duration: 8:19

In this video, Dr Mike examines the role of blood vessels in altering blood pressure. This is known as systemic vascular resistance (SVR) or total peripheral resistance (TPR). There are three ways that blood vessels can affect blood pressure: - Diameter - Length - Viscosity

 Arteries versus Veins | Cardiology | File Type: video/mp4 | Duration: 5:26

What are the differences between arteries, arterioles, capillaries, venules, and veins?

 Aortic Branches | Cardiology | File Type: video/mp4 | Duration: 6:30

In this video, Dr Mike draws some of the most clinically important branches of the aorta.

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