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Amna R
thanks for being an amazing teacher...Can i get a soft copy of your FA notes?
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Aman Singh
please help me to find kaplan usmle step 1 audiobookn .... Please
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Apoorva Singh
54:33 that's the y-axis, x-axis is horizontal and y-axis is vertical. So, Left Ventricular Volume is on the x-axis and Left ventricular pressure is on the y-axis.
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anish thapa
22:00 you have said that due to poor compliance ventricles won't allow blood to enter so volume decreases. but in diastolic dysfunction doesn't the EDV would be normal ?
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Stephanie Oshai
Thank you! This was so helpful. i have a few questions, when you were talking about the TPR in the cardiac and vascular function curves.. from 42.02
1. When you were mentioning the other intersections, for example when there's increased inotropy but blood volume is reduced, IS the TPR reduced or increased, can you clarify..

2. Also vice versa when theres decreased inotropy and blood volume is increased is the TPR reduced or increased.

3. Then concerning the pressure volume loops and cardiac cycle, you mentioned Y-axis as left ventricular volume and X-axis as Left ventricular pressure, also wanted to clarify if that was correct or if its the other way around
Thank you so much.

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Ibrahim Rahmatullah
You mentioned at 7:30 that in aortic stenosis, SV will increase but PP will decrease. In FA, its written that PP is directly proportionate to SV, can you please clarify?
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Matthew Pecha
At 22:00, the Ejection Fraction should have been calculated as 50/200=25%, not 42%. Great lecture, though!
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Rehman A
I'm sorry but the fact at 33:00 about the tpr increasing and co decreasing is wrong. You've said it the other way round. Nephrectomy will decrease tpr and increase co.
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Zahraa Yawer
Thaaaank u so much ..i was having a difficulty with cardiac and vascular function curves .u made them very clear .thanks .
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Doctor-evil
Great lecture! Very helpful. Just one query. At 32.30 time, your notes say, ‘removal of an organ increases TPR and decreases CO.’ However in FA 2016 it says the opposite. That the TPR decreases and CO increases. Could you clarify which one is the right one? Thankyou
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Mehrnaz Mvs
Love your idea about making these videos ... so helpful thank you Dr
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Dhruvil Oza
Very well explained!
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Pamela Rose Mancio
7:35 Can it be that the pulse pressure in aortic stenosis is low because there is higher end-systolic volume? because of the blockade of the aortic outflow tract, more blood stayed inside the LV leading to higher end systolic volume. Thus, the stroke volume is lower (SV= EDV-ESV). In mathematical terms, for example, EDV is 20, ESV is 5, SV is 15. EDV remains at 20, but ESV is 15, SV now becomes 5. Stoke volume is proportional to pulse pressure. Thanks. Loving all your videos by the way! keep up the good work.
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Asr qur
is there a pdf of the Fa u r using...
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Muhammad Amjid
Thanks
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Katherine Gallo
super clear !! thanks !
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Timothy Richardson
...you talk too fast
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Dronzer Kim
This was really helpful.Thank u very much.
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Toby M
thanks. very good.
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Elizabeth Waters
This was helpful thank you!
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