Are you sick of reading medical textbooks? Listening to lecture recordings? Too shy to join a study group and listen to students discuss medical topics? Join in on the Common Rounds as two medical students explain what they know to each other. Over the course of this year, we’ll cover all general topics from head to toe. Read our companion notes on thecommonrounds.org
Resp04 - Lung Mechanics
Much apologies for the delay in the release of the episode. Today I talk about lung ventilation and mechanics. In the next episode we will discuss lung blood circulation. Enjoy!
Resp03 - Respiratory Physiology
In this episode I try to put together the contents of the last episode in preparation for the discussion of concepts of respiratory physiology. In the next episode we will talk about ventilation followed by circulation!
Resp02 - Respiratory Histology
Today we move on to discuss the cells that make up the respiratory tract. I apologise for the delay in releasing the episode, will try harder to stick to schedule. In the meantime, hope you find this useful!
Resp01 - Thoracic Anatomy
Welcome to the next section of episodes where we discuss the anatomy of the thorax. In the subsequent episodes the episodes to come will involve the cellular structure and physiology, followed by a discussion of pulmonary pathology.
Card34 - Chronic Venous Insufficiency
Finally, we discuss the effect of long standing venous disease in this episode.
Card33 - Chronic Limb Ischaemia
After discussing the effects of an acute event threatening a limb, we discuss the effect of chronic ischaemia on the limb.
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MSK recordings unavailable
Would love to listen to your MSK podcasts but they all seem to be “unavailable”??