This is a screencast of a recent lecture I gave to some first year med students. It’s mainly to give the students some clinical info to keep their regular anatomy teaching relevant. It’s not designed to be a comprehensive intro to trauma in any way.
It’s longer than the usual podcasts so I’ve split into two parts.
Feedback, is as always, welcome.
Dog in the background says he wants a biscuit, he’s also wants to play outside. Enjoyed the video, cheers!
The dog already was outside which gives you an idea of how poorly insulated our house it!
I’m having trouble seeing the anatomy of the chest starting at 21:24 & ending at 22:15.
Great lecture by the way!
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the video is only 17 minutes long so I’m not sure which bit you’re referring to?
the chest and abdo videos are under the wrong titles.
well spotted, have corrected it now. Thanks
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Such a very good presentation I’m stimulated in emergency medicine
hi there doc !really good presentation ..i really appreciate the way of explanation ..thanq you!!
Great talk – will recommend to my students and junior docs (although as you say, nice refresher for the seniors too!). The pictures stopped at 21mins though, but came back around 22:30…
thanks, not sure why the pictures disappeared, will look into it.
This is a very great refreshment , am so glad that I’ve watched it, Thaaank you ??
I really enjoy all of your podcasts. I always listen to them when driving home from my rural placement. Thank you!