TeacherJoin expert instructor Dr. Roger Seheult as he illustrates medical topics in a way that you will understand and remember them. Dr. Seheult is a clinical and exam preparation instructor who is board certified in internal medicine, pulmonary... View Profile
- Total Time 1 hr, 46 min
- Lessons 8
- Exercises 32
8 Lessons in This Course
13 minFREEScience lesson 1Free7 CQ
In this intro lesson on acid base disturbances in patients, begin with the basics, and get a clear understanding of the Henderson–Hasselbalch equation.
15 minScience lesson 28 CQ
In this lesson, learn more about the role of bicarbonate, and how the anion gap (AG) and the CHEM-7 are used to identify metabolic acidosis.
11 minChemistry lesson 36 CQ
Learn more about metabolic and respiratory acidosis and alkalosis, and possible patient responses to various combinations of HCO3 and pCO2 activity.
8 minChemistry lesson 45 CQ
Take a closer look at how pH and pCO2 interact in the form of a graph, and learn the ratios for metabolic and respiratory acidosis and alkalosis.
16 minChemistry lesson 59 CQ
Learn the steps for diagnosing acid base disorders, including how to use anion gap and a delta gap numbers, how to analyze pH and pCO2 ratios, and more.
16 minChemistry lesson 69 CQ
In part 1 of this 3-part review on medical acid base disorders, follow along with Dr. Roger Seheult, and practice finding answers using various CHEM-7 values.
16 minChemistry lesson 79 CQ
In part 2 of this 3-part Q & A on medical acid base disorders, practice finding answers based on CHEM-7 values, including calculating and using the delta gap.
7 minChemistry lesson 84 CQ
This lesson wraps up the 3-part Q & A series on diagnosing medical acid base disorders, including a tricky common question on medical board exams.
656 min6-part First Aid course32 CQ
This course provides a clear overview of insomnia and sleep disorder treatment methods. Learn what causes and exacerbates insomnia before reviewing treatment options, like therapy and medication.
547 min5-part Biology course26 CQ
Follow along as expert instructor Dr. Roger Seheult discusses each of the five causes of hypoxemia, including hypoventilation, shunts, and more, in this easy-to-understand medical course.
327 min3-part First Aid course15 CQ
COPD, also known as emphysema, is a lung disease that blocks airflow and makes it hard to breathe. Review the basic pathophysiology of COPD and learn how to treat it with this course from MedCram.
340 min3-part First Aid course22 CQ
In this course with MedCram, learn the medical terminology associated with congestive heart failure, understand various treatment methods, and identify some of the leading causes of heart failure.
344 min3-part Biology course24 CQ
Cramming for a medical exam? This course from expert instructor Dr. Seheult of MedCram explains the anatomy, chemistry, and diagnosis of renal failure in straightforward medical language.
40208 min40-part Chemistry course125 CQ
Professor Dave covers the fundamentals of chemistry with short and simple lessons on using scientific notation, balancing chemical equations, understanding atomic theory, and more.
971 min9-part Chemistry course39 CQ
Explore the basic properties of gases and learn how gas molecules move, are measured, and react to changes in pressure, volume, and temperature with easy-to-understand illustrations and examples.
1172 min11-part Chemistry course43 CQ
This course on nuclear chemistry and radioactive decay from Prof. Amanda Holton discusses the differences among alpha, beta, and gamma decay; nuclear fusion and fission; and nuclear kinetics.
46342 min46-part Chemistry course196 CQ
Organic chemistry can be complex and difficult to learn. Professor Dave makes learning organic chemistry easy with this comprehensive course that explains the basics in a structured and linear way!
520 min5-part Chemistry course13 CQ
Are you a chemistry student delving into quantum mechanics? In this course, review historical, mathematical, and conceptual topics of quantum mechanics, and experiments that led to key findings.
553 min5-part Biology course29 CQ
Plants are able to take sunshine and water and create glucose to fuel their growth. The miraculous process by which this happens is called photosynthesis. Learn all about it in this biology course!
781 min7-part Biology course43 CQ
Why in the world do snakes have hipbones? Charles Darwin sure has an answer! In this exciting biology course, follow along with Craig Savage and learn about natural selection and evolution.
325 min3-part Biology course14 CQ
Preparing for the AP Biology exam? In this three-part course, get clear explanations of Darwinian evolution by natural selection, modern evolutionary theory, and the history of life on Earth.
22144 min22-part Biology course83 CQ
Biochemistry allows us to understand the large biomolecules that run every living organism. Do you want to learn about nutrition? Metabolism? Medicine and general health? This is the course for you!
63 minFREEBiology courseFree20 CQ
Join conservation biologist Paul Ehrlich to explore the world's ecology, including topics like climate disruption, overpopulation, and conservation methods.