Julian Dobranowski Medmastery video helps identify aberrantly placed cardiac pacer leads and complications such as pneumothorax, pneumomediastinum, hydrothorax, hemothorax, hydromediastinum and cardiac tamponade
Julian Dobranowski Medmastery video helps identify incorrectly positioned central venous lines on chest x-ray and the potential complications of pneumothorax, pneumomediastinum, hydrothorax, hemothorax and cardiac tamponade
Julian Dobranowski video helps you classify and identify different types of atelectasis on Chest X-ray. Atelectasis defined as reduced inflation of all, or part, of the lung.
Julian Dobranowski and Medmastery video to help you search for and identify a pneumothorax on CXR.
Julian Dobranowsk Medmastery help identify the features of cardiac failure on the chest X-ray. Evaluation of the three stages of failure
Franz Wiesbauer explains how to differentiate between metabolic acidaemia caused by a loss of bicarbonate and that caused by the addition of acid.
Franz Wiesbauer looks at acid-base compensation and some super-simple rules that will help you decide whether compensation is adequate or not.
Franz Wiesbauer looks at the impact of specificity and sensitivity on positive predictive value (and thus validity of a test) and why one has a bigger impact than the other.
Franz Weisbauer explains how to calculate mortality rates for various subgroups, proportionate mortality, and why proportionate mortality is not a measure of risk.
Franz Wiesbauer explains the relationship between pH, HCO3 and pCO2 and a simple rule which will help you decide whether the primary problem is respiratory or metabolic in nature.
Julian Dobranowski Medmastery video helps you identify aberrantly positioned endotracheal tubes (ETT) on chest x-ray by locating the tip of the ETT and the position of the carina.
Nikolaus Mayr explains the process of pancreatic ultrasound and shows you what to look for.