CURRENT Medical Diagnosis and Treatment 2021 (Videos + Audios)


75 Videos + Audios in total
File Size = 99.50 MB

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75 Videos + Audios in total
File Size = 99.50 MB

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  1. Audio 09-01. Vesicular breath sounds recorded in a person with normal lungs.
  2. Audio 09-02. Recording of normal vesicular lung sounds.
  3. Audio 09-03. Bronchial breath sounds recorded over an area of consolidation in a person with pneumonia.
  4. Audio 09-04. Recording of breath sounds in a person with emphysema.
  5. Audio 09-05. Lung sound: sibilant rhonchus, often called “wheezes.”
  6. Audio 09-06. Lung sound: sonorous rhonchus.
  7. Audio 09-07. Discontinuous lung sound: fine rales (crackles).
  8. Audio 09-08. Discontinuous lung sound: coarse rales (crackles).
  9. Audio 09-09. Recording of a person with tracheal stenosis.
  10. Audio 09-10. Recording of a person with atelectasis.
  11. Audio 09-11. Breath sound from a patient with severe long-term chronic obstructive lung disease.
  12. Audio 09-12. Recording of a person with pulmonary fibrosis.
  13. Audio 09-13. Lung sound: pleural friction rub.
  14. Audio 10-01. Recording of a person with early heart failure.
  15. Audio 10-02. Lung sound: sonorous rhonchus.
  16. Audio 10-03. Lung sound: expiratory sibilant rhonchus or wheezing.
  17. Audio 10-04. Atrial septal defect (ASD) and pulmonary hypertension.
  18. Audio 10-05. Pulmonary hypertension.
  19. Audio 10-06. Heart failure due to valvular dysfunction.
  20. Audio 10-07. An S4 precedes S1 and is an abnormal finding in this pregnant patient.
  21. Audio 10-08. Mitral valve prolapse with S1, nonejection click, late systolic murmur, and S2.
  22. Audio 10-09. Mitral regurgitation causing heart failure.
  23. Audio 10-10. Tricuspid regurgitation due to tricuspid valve endocarditis.
  24. Audio 10-11. Ventricular septal defect (VSD).
  25. Audio 10-12. Pulmonary valve regurgitation due to primary pulmonary hypertension.
  26. Audio 10-13. Pulmonary valve stenosis.
  27. Audio 10-14. Patent ductus arteriosus (PDA).
  28. Audio 10-15. Moderate mitral stenosis with a typical presystolic murmur, loud S1, and S2 followed by a late opening snap and soft, barely audible mid-diastolic murmur.
  29. Audio 10-16. Prosthetic mitral valve sounds.
  30. Audio 10-17. Subaortic stenosis (subvalvular aortic stenosis).
  31. Audio 10-18. Aortic stenosis in a man presenting with angina, syncope, and dyspnea on exertion.
  32. Audio 10-19. Prosthetic aortic valve.
  33. Audio 10-20. Severe aortic regurgitation due to aortic valve endocarditis.
  34. Audio 10-21. Hypertrophic cardiomyopathy (HCM).
  35. Audio 10-22. Pulmonary edema may develop in patients with heart failure.
  36. Audio 10-23. Viral pericarditis with effusion and pericardial friction rub.
  37. Audio 10-24. A summation gallop in heart failure.
  38. Audio 10-25. Left atrial myxoma.
  39. Audio 11-1. Fourth heart sound.
  40. Audio 12-1. Aortic regurgitation.
  41. Video 09-01: Paradoxical septal motion on echocardiogram.
  42. Video 10-01: Dilated cardiomyopathy on M-mode assessment.
  43. Video 10-02: Left ventricular hypertrophy on echocardiogram.
  44. Video 10-03: Left atrial thrombus.
  45. Video 10-04: Dobutamine-induced myocardial ischemia.
  46. Video 10-05A: Pulmonic Stenosis on echocardiogram (parasternal short axis view).
  47. Video 10-05B: Pulmonic Stenosis on echocardiogram with doppler (parasternal short axis view)
  48. Video 10-05C: Pulmonic stenosis on continuous wave doppler of pulmonary outflow showing high velocity.
  49. Video 10-06: Atrial septal defect with right-to-left shunting on echocardiogram.
  50. Video 10-07: Ventricular septal defect on echocardiogram.
  51. Video 10-08: Rheumatic mitral stenosis with mitral regurgitation.
  52. Video 10-09: Rheumatic mitral stenosis on echocardiogram.
  53. Video 10-10: Percutaneous transvenous mitral commissurotomy (PTMC) with Inoue balloon catheter.
  54. Video 10-11: Percutaneous balloon valvuloplasty of calcific aortic stenosis.
  55. Video 10-12: Coronary angiography revealing high-grade stenosis in the proximal left anterior descending coronary artery.
  56. Video 10-13: Coronary angiography revealing high-grade stenosis in the proximal right coronary artery.
  57. Video 10-14: Percutaneous transluminal coronary angioplasty (PTCA) of the high-grade stenosis in the proximal right coronary artery.
  58. Video 10-15: Coronary angiography of right coronary artery after percutaneous transluminal coronary angioplasty (PTCA).
  59. Video 10-16: Coronary angiography reveals serial high-grade stenoses in the left circumflex coronary artery.
  60. Video 10-17: Deployment of coronary stents to stenoses in left main and left circumflex coronary arteries.
  61. Video 10-18: Coronary angiography after coronary stenting.
  62. Video 10-19A: Pericardial tamponade on echocardiogram.
  63. Video 10-19B: Pericardial tamponade, pulse wave doppler of mitral valve (showing increased respiratory variation).
  64. Video 10-20: Left ventricular pseudoaneurysm on transesophageal echocardiogram.
  65. Video 10-21: Left ventricular aneurysm on echocardiogram.
  66. Video 10-22: Spectral pulse wave doppler examination of mitral valve inflow showing diastolic dysfunction.
  67. Video 10-23: Dilated cardiomyopathy on M-mode assessment.
  68. Video 10-24A: Hypertrophic obstructive cardiomyopathy on echocardiogram (parasternal long-axis view).
  69. Video 10-24B: M-Mode consistent with left ventricular outflow obstruction.
  70. Video 10-24C: Hypertrophic obstructive cardiomyopathy, pulse wave doppler showing increased velocity through narrowed outflow tract.
  71. Video 10-25: Restrictive cardiomyopathy on pulse wave doppler examination.
  72. Video 10-26: Left atrial myxoma on echocardiogram.
  73. Video 12-1: Aortic dissection as demonstrated by transesophageal echocardiography.
  74. Video 18-01: Insertion and removal of IUD.
  75. Video 22-1: Uremic pericardial effusion on echocardiogram.


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Product Details

  • Publisher:McGraw-Hill Education / Medical; 60th edition (September 10, 2020)
  • Language:English
  • Paperback:1984 pages
  • ISBN-10:1260469867
  • ISBN-13:978-1260469868
  • Item Weight:5.98 pounds
  • Dimensions:7.2 x 2.4 x 9.9 inches

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CURRENT Medical Diagnosis and Treatment 2021 (Videos + Audios), General Internal Medicine, McGraw Hill, simple

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