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.
Urinalysis - What is in your wee?
In this episode, Dr Matt & Dr Mike explore what information can be gathered from your wee! They review colour, smell, taste(?!), specific gravity, pH, glucose, ketones, red blood cells, proteins, nitrites, white blood cells, and bilirubin/urobilinogen.
In this episode, Dr Matt and Dr Mike talk about the anatomy and physiology of the lymphatic system. Covering its immune role, vessels and glands, and role in fluid homeostasis.
In this episode, Dr Matt and Dr Mike explore the factors that influence cardiac output (CO). This includes Heart Rate (HR) and Stroke Volume (SV). They explain the anatomy, physiology, and pharmacology that can alter these factors and talk about the sympathetic and parasympathetic nervous systems, preload, after load, and contractility.
Hiccups - Medical Minutes
In this episode of Medical Minutes, Dr Matt has prepared while Dr Mike has no idea that the topic is HICCUPS!
In this episode, Dr Matt & Dr Mike discuss pharmacokinetics (how your body alters a drug) and explore the 4 stages; Absorption, Distribution, Metabolism, Excretion.
Farts - Medical Minutes
This is the first on many bonus episodes that Dr Matt & Dr Mike will release!! Welcome to Medical Minutes, where Dr Matt and Dr Mike will discuss a weird or wonderful function of the body! Today, FARTS!!
I’m a nurse practitioner student taking advanced pathophysiology this semester. They take complex subjects and break it down into readily understandable information. And guaranteed you’ll laugh out loud at least once!
Makes work better
I’m not a medical student but I love learning about human biology. This podcast makes working in a warehouse so much better. I listen to at least 5 a day. Thanks Dr. Matt and Dr. Mike!
I don’t really listen to any podcasts because I feel like they are not interesting. Hearing this podcast about Hiccups was interesting to me because it explains what hiccups are and how they occur. Hiccups can be gotten rid of in many ways. This podcast was more interesting by the way it was made with all the sound effects throughout the podcast. Hearing this type of podcast made me realize that podcasts are not as boring as I think they are. As I learned more about hiccups, I heard one more podcast about Dr. Matt and Dr. Mike’s Medical podcast and I were not as bad. If I were to hear another podcast, I would recommend Dr. Matt and Dr. Mike’s Medical podcast to others.