Dr Matt Barton and Dr Mike Todorovic are University lecturers and researchers who love discussing the anatomy and physiology of various human systems and explore important clinical correlates.
Innate Immune System
In this episode, Dr Matt and Dr Mike explore the following components of the innate immune system; cells (macrophages, mast cells, leukocytes, and NK cells), chemicals (compliment and cytokines), and physiological responses (inflammation and fever).
This episode was an eye opener! Delirium is poorly understood and very common. Luckily, Professor Andy Teodorczuk is here to help us understand what Delirium is and how it is treated.
Spinal Cord Injury (SCI)
In this episode, Dr Matt & Dr Mike are joined by Doctor, Lawyer, and Disability Advocate, Dr Dinesh Palipana OAM. Dr Palipana has also experienced a spinal cord injury, being the first quadriplegic doctor in Queensland, Australia. He talks about his experience with spinal cord injury as both a doctor and a patient.
The Spinal Cord
Is the spinal cord more like a highway or an elevator in a multi-story building? In this episode, Dr Matt and Dr Mike explain the anatomy and physiology of the spinal cord.
Drug Addiction and Abuse (w/ Dr Kieran Kennedy)
What is drug addiction? How is it different to other addictions like gambling? What is drug abuse? What is withdrawal? When does drug use become a "problem"? How is drug abuse treated? And more!
Dr Matt & Dr Mike discuss everything about blood! What are its components? What does it do? Everything an aspiring health professional, or interested person, could ever want to know!!
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Great revision of pathophysiology. Listen to these guys when travelling. It would be great to have more on cardiac function. Perhaps pathophysiology of different types of Heart failure and neurohormonal response’s and heart failure medication.
Keep it up and thanks.
Great for study!
Love the way the play off each other - especially when one plays dumb and the other ‘teaches’ them.
Great that they make it conversational and not like a lecture