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Clinical
  • This module contains some of the most watched lectures at DrBeen.
  • We will start with an exhaustive but easy explanation of chest x-ray interpretation. You will learn how to approach a chest x-ray. Understand the film quality. Understand the normal vs. abnormal structures. Learn the mnemonic that will guide you for a systematic approach to the x-ray, the clinical basis of various x-ray abnormalities, and the most common chest x-ray abnormalities and their presentation.
  • Learn clinical hypoxemia, its causes, and the management approach.
  • Learn how to diagnose asthma, order labs for it, and the stepwise manage approach to asthma.
  • Learn the differential diagnosis of various upper and lower respiratory tract infections and their management approach.
  • Learn the diseases that cause pulmonary vascular abnormalities resulting in pulmonary edema, pulmonary hypertension, and embolism.
  • Learn the mechanism, indication, and the use of bronchodilators.
  • Learn what an acid-base balance is, and how our body mainly our lungs help maintain our acid-base balance.
  • Learn the GINA 2016 asthma classification.
  • Learn the classification of Asthma by the National Asthma Education and Prevention Program (NAEPP), and Veteran's Affairs Administration/Department of Defense (DoD) (VA/DOD).
  • Learn adult respiratory distress syndrome. Its pathogenesis, signs and symptoms, and the management approach.
  • Learn the mechanism of anti-histamines and their use in pulmonary medicine.
  • Learn about the causes of cough, and the role of antitussives. When and when not to administer antitussives.
Disease Proccesses
  • Learn pathophysiology, cellular mechanisms, and the clinical foundations for asthma. These points will help you tremendously when diagnosing and managing asthma. Make your Asthma patient better with this critical pathophysiology discussion of asthma and its management approach.
  • Understand the deep vein thromboses. Veins affected by it.
  • Pulmonary embolism by the DVTs. Homan Sign. Trousseau Sign. And, the management approach for the DVTs.
  • Learn the potentially fatal saddle embolus originating from the DVTs. Learn why saddle embolism is fatal, and the small embolism is not. Listen to the pathophysiology of these emboli.
  • Take a look at the contemporary understanding of cystic fibrosis, its pathogenesis, disease progress, the impact of the environmental agents, and the management approach.
    Join us and learn restrictive and obstructive lung diseases and their pathogenesis.
  • Learn about the diseases that are collectively called pneumoconiosis. Learn the non-neoplastic characteristics of these diseases. Learn the coal miner's disease, silicosis, asbestosis, and berylliosis.
  • Learn about the disease process of sarcoidosis.
  • Understand the classification of pneumonia based on the location of acquisition vs. clinical state.
  • Learn the difference in the causative pathogens, pathogenesis, and the acquisition location for the typical and atypical pneumonia.
  • Learn the pathophysiology of the diseases that make up chronic obstructive lung diseases (COPD)
  • Learn the disease process and the difference between chronic bronchitis (CB) vs. bronchiolitis.
  • Learn the disease process and the difference between chronic bronchitis (CB) vs. emphysema.
  • Study pulmonary embolism, pathology, and the prognosis of pulmonary embolism.
  • Refresh the etiology, pathogenesis, signs, symptoms, and the management approach for tuberculosis. Professionals in the US encounter this disease less often; hence, it is imperative to refresh this disease process.
  • Understand how to identify primary from secondary tuberculosis. Learn the differences in signs, symptoms, x-rays, and the management approach of both the types of tuberculosis.
Fundamentals
  • Diseases like asthma, pneumonia, obstructive lung diseases (COPD), tuberculosis, emphysema, respiratory infections, hay fever, and signs like cough, hemoptysis, stridor, hoarse voice cannot be diagnosed and managed until you understand the mechanisms of the respiratory systems.
    This module contains some of the world's best respiratory mechanisms topics.
  • Refresh your learning about the anatomical and physiological dead spaces — the concepts of shunts, the type of shunts, and the mechanisms of pulmonary shunts.
  • Learn the definitions and calculations of various lung volumes and capacities. This understanding is paramount when looking at the pulmonary function tests (PFTs) for the patients undergoing surgeries, experiencing allergies, asthma, COPD, etc. Without knowing the PFTs inside out, one cannot differentiate and diagnose diseases that may need very different management approaches and have different prognosis.
  • Learn important types of breathing patterns like Cheyne-Stokes breathing, Kussmaul breathing, apneustic breathing, etc.
  • Learn the pressure dynamics during quiet and forced respiration. These dynamics are essential especially when managing assisted ventilation.
  • Learn the mechanism and the difference between the positive pressure ventilation (PPV) and the positive end-expiratory pressure ventilation (PEEPV).
  • Learn the mechanism of pneumothorax.
  • Learn the atmospheric gas composition, the gas composition of the expired air from the lungs. And, the gas composition of the lungs in various diseases. This set of concepts is critical to help patients that are critically ill and are depending on you to help them fight.
  • Learn the mechanism of alveolar ventilation, blood gases, and measurement methods.
  • Learn the normal protective mechanisms of the lung surfaces that are disrupted by infections, allergies, and other pathologies.
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Mobeen is a medical doctor and entrepreneur. He is making medical education accessible for all.

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Ahmad Sheikh, MD

Board-certified Cardiothoracic Surgeon

Ahmad is the medical director of Drbeen and an assistant professor at the University of California San Francisco. 

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