Third podcast in the ECG series this is an easy to follow, step by step way to recognise and interpret ECGs (EKGs) in acute coronary syndromes, ST-elevation myocardial infarction, and non ST-elevation myocardial infarction. Dr. Julia Baron's legendary teaching captured in a podcast
All you need to know about the treatment of haemorrhoids with Professor Steve Brown, the brains behind the HubBLe trail.
Definitions, conservative, outpatient and operative treatments in standard and special situations are covered, and the evidence for each. Steve also tells us why we should use the same outcome parameters in future trials in haemorrhoids
Helen Mercer shows Jon Lund how to scrub and put on gloves and a gown for an operation.
Essential viewing for medical students and nursing students
Learn the basics of the ECG - why it looks like it does, how each of the chest and limb leads "look at" the heart, what the P, Q R, S and T waves represent in the heart itself and how to work out the axis of the ECG amongst a load of other essential basics you need to know before you can begin to interpret an ECG further.
Hannah Phillips talks to Julia Baron, Consultant Cardiologist at the Royal Derby Hospital, UK
Recorded at the International Conference of Anal Fistula Treatment in Rome 2018, Techniques in Coloproctology interview Phil Tozer, a consultant at the world famous St Mark's Hospital, UK about current treatments for anal fistula. Phil takes us through why not to place a seton in the acute setting, the 5 factors preventing healing of fistulas, and the pros and cons of the whole range of fistula treatment including plugs, fibrin glue, permacol, LIFT, the place of sphincter repair, restoring the contour of the anus, VAAFT (including "palliative VAAFT and delta VAAFT"), FiLAC and finally the promise of stem cells in fistula. Essential listening for anyone who treats anal fistula.
Professor Susan Anderson helps you recognise and understand the similarities and differences between the microscopic appearances of skeletal, cardiac and smooth muscle. All you need to know.
Susan Anderson is Professor of Pathology at the University of Nottingham, UK
Professor Susan Anderson shows you the microscopic structure of the largest organ in the body - the skin.
All you need to know about the structure and the cells of the skin and associated glands and hairs.
Great for learning, revising for exams or if you're just interested to see what you look like down the microscope
Professor Susan Anderson shows us what the layers of cells that cover our outsides and our insides look like down the microscope. Learn how to recognise each type of epithelium and why they need to be different. Also learn the suprising meaning of the word epithelium...
Take a microscopic tour down the urinary tract from the kidney to the bladder with Professor Susan Anderson. See the unique transitional cell epithelium and the muscular arrangement of the organs. All you need to know for exams or to amaze your friends.