TTC Video - Medical School f Everyone: Grand Rounds Cases
Course No. 1977 | .MP4, AVC, 901 kbps, 856x480 | English, AAC, 123 kbps, 2 Ch | 24x30 mins | + PDF Guidebook | 5.38 GB
Lecturer: Roy Benaroch, M.D.
When you're sick, you go to a doct to figure out what's wrong. But how docts wk isn't some impenetrable mystery. Rather, there's an art and science that goes into how they diagnose and treat patients. View me
Where do docts gain these skills? The answer: the Grand Rounds experience, an essential part of medical students' education and the ongoing process whereby docts practice how to make diagnoses by examining real patients. Watching docts solve medical problems like detectives is a fascinating way to exple medicine. And by understanding how docts help patients, you'll
make better sense of future visits to your doct;
improve the way you communicate with your doct;
get a rewarding introduction to how docts think and wk; and
witness critical thinking skills at wk in the medical wld.
With The Great Courses, you don't have to soldier through medical school to learn how docts diagnose and treat patients. All you need is Medical School f Everyone: Grand Rounds Cases, in which Dr. Roy Benaroch, a practicing physician and an adjunct assistant profess of pediatrics at the Emy University School of Medicine, guides you through 24 unique Grand Rounds that reveal insights into how docts do what they do. Whether you're a patient, a current future medical professional, someone just looking to enjoy a good mystery, you'll discover how docts
use medical science to identify and combat conditions, injuries, and diseases;
uncover tiny clues patients can sometimes fail to notice;
sometimes make misdiagnoses that lead to costly (and life-threatening) problems; and
think their way toward putting patients on the fast track to proper treatment.
Investigate Intriguing Medical Mysteries
Each lecture is a specific Grand Rounds in which you're presented with a perplexing problem and then follow an expert as he takes the necessary steps to figure out the underlying issue and how best to treat it. Among the insights you'll learn are
what specific questions docts ask-and why;
what docts look f during physical exams when examining test results; and
how docts use a netwk of infmation to narrow down a diagnosis.
Drawn from actual medical sties, these 24 Grand Rounds take you everywhere from the calm of a doct's office to the chaos of an emergency room.
A 33-year-old man has a fever he can't get rid of and mouth ses. Yet he was perfectly healthy two months ago. How does a doct go from this to discovering one of today's most notious diseases?
A member of an Antarctic expedition, suffering from constant nausea, needs emergency surgery. But he's the only person who can perfm it. Why is this nausea so life threatening?
You're the only eyewitness to a hrible motcycle accident. How does one treat a trauma patient when every second matters? And what happens after you get to the emergency room?
These and other individuals offer intimate ways f you to practice the same strategic thinking and decision-making skills docts rely on to save lives.
Become a Smarter, Healthier Patient
In the hands of Dr. Benaroch, you'll get a rewarding learning experience that illustrates his knowledge of medicine and, above all, his ability to transfm medical cases into thrilling adventures that will have you thoughly captivated.
Because Dr. Benaroch can teach off the strengths of his roles as a full-time practicing physician and instruct of pediatrics, you'll gain medical knowledge in layman's terms that can be easily understood by the average patient. Couple that with in-studio demonstrations, diagrams of the human body, and other infmative visual elements, and you've got an exciting new way to think about medicine-and to become the smarter, healthier patient you deserve to be.
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