#Lockdown | Man in the Mirror | Psychotic Brothers Films

Prime Minister Narendra Modi speech: I request you all I request you with my hands joined Where ever you people are right now in the country stay there As per the circumstances The lockdown in the country will be held for 21 days listen to me for once, I didn’t do the lockdown Let me complete what I am saying…

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How Exactly Is the Human Brain Organized?

So! You want to study brain activity? In order to get accurate and precise data, we’ll need a piece of technology like functional magnetic resonance imaging, or fMRI. fMRIs are extremely common in modern neuroscience studies, and with good reason. This tech can give us information about what kind of activity is happening in different parts of the brain in…

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A Grandpa Set His Clock Forward 1 Hour. This Is What Happened To His Heart.

KC is a 79 year old man, presenting to the emergency room with chest pain radiating to his left jaw. His wife Jane, tells the admitting nurse that earlier in the morning, he had become short of breath. He felt nauseous, and light headed, before collapsing to the floor. You see, KC was observing a yearly time change enacted by…

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The Heart, Part 1 – Under Pressure: Crash Course A&P #25

Your heart, that throbbing, beating muscle, is probably the most iconic organ in your body. No other organ gets its own holiday, or as much radio play. And you’re not likely to get a love note decorated with a kidney or a spleen, or even a brain, which is really what rules the emotions. Don’t get me wrong, the heart…

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What happens during a heart attack? – Krishna Sudhir

Approximately 7 million people around the world die from heart attacks every year, and cardiovascular disease, which causes heart attacks and other problems like strokes, is the world’s leading killer. So what causes a heart attack? Like all muscles, the heart needs oxygen, and during a heart attack, it can’t get enough. Fatty deposits, or plaques, develop on the walls…

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12 Lead ECG Placement example

This is the technique I use for landmarking for a 12 Lead ECG It’s a little different from a method a lot of people use your middle finger will be in the second intercostal space. a lot of people use the sternal notch, and then they look for the angle of Louis, but there’s a much easier way So all…

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Major Depressive Disorder (Psychiatry) – USMLE Step 1

hey what's up everybody welcome back to mad medicine in this video we're gonna be discussing major depressive disorder and if you guys don't already know major depressive disorder is a very high yield subject that you should definitely know for the USMLE step one you're gonna be tested on it you can guarantee it because it is such a…

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Oxygen’s surprisingly complex journey through your body – Enda Butler

You breathe in about 17,000 times per day. It’s a process you rarely think about, but behind the scenes, a huge coordinated effort is playing out. Your vital organs, the gut, brain, bones, lungs, blood, and heart work together to sustain your life by delivering oxygen to tissues throughout your body. Most of our cells need oxygen because it’s one…

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