Dec 292015

ACP ISCHEMICThis course is designed to help physicians prepare for the ABIM certifying examination in internal medicine. The course is led by a distinguished faculty from all the sub-specialty areas who are experts in education and board exam preparation. Using the audience-response system, faculty members engage participants in clinical problem solving through multiple choice questions that reflect the structure of the ABIM examination. Although actual examination content is not known, core topics in internal medicine and current literature approaches, along with test taking strategies, are stressed.

DVDRips | MP4 / AVC, ~376 kb/s | 480×320 | Duration: 44:35:26 | English: AAC, 126 kb/s (2 ch) | 13.5 GB

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USMLE-Rx – First Aid Step 1 Express Videos 2013

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Nov 032015

USMLE EXPRESSWhy choose First Aid Step 1 Express Videos?

– 60+ hours of high-yield videos explain each fact from First Aid for the USMLE Step 1
– Created by medical students and residents who have aced their boards
– Integrations across multiple topics form strong, lasting connections to help you on test day
– 600+ extra images and multimedia clips enhance First Aid instructor explanations
– Exclusive 200-page color First Aid workbook reinforces the highest yield facts when used with the video course
– No talking heads – we keep you engaged with on-screen highlights, photos, multimedia clips, and active learning questions
– Study anytime, anywhere, and watch as many times as you want

MP4, AVC, 300 kbps, 1024×768 | English, AAC, 52 kbps, 2 Ch | 60+ hours | + PDF Workbooks

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Oct 312015

embryology videoA series of informative videos about the development of the embryo, dismantled all the features that defined the modern science.

List of lectures:
01 – Early Embryology
02 – Vertebrate body plan
03 – Limb Development
04 – development of muscle and nerve
05 – Cardiovascular Embryology
06 – Cardiovascular Embryology II
07 – Respiratory development
08 – GI Development
09 – Development of the Kidney
10 – Head and Neck I
11 – Head and Neck development
12 – Reproductive system final

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Sep 262015

RADIOLOGY DVD FOR EDUCATIONAn Education Film to learn The Art of X-ray Reading in Day-to-Day. Practice for Medical Students and Practitioners.

Dr. Ghanshyam Vaidya – Radiology

3xDVDRip | AVI / DivX, ~249 kb/s | 720×576 | Duration: 04:47:47 | English: MP3, 56 kb/s (2 ch) | 819 MB

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Sep 222015

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The Brigham Board Review in Rheumatology (pdf Book & Video Lectures) – May 2014 Release

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Jul 122015

RHEUMATOLOGY VIDEOThe world-renowned faculty of The Brigham Board Review in Rheumatology, led by Jonathan S. Coblyn, MD, Simon M. Helfgott, MD, and Paul F. Dellaripa, MD, will help you to better:

Apply current and recommended rheumatology guidelines in clinical practice
Perform differential diagnoses of complex clinical presentations related to rheumatologic disorders
Identify and apply current therapeutic options for specific rheumatologic disorders
Evaluate and interpret up-to-date literature relevant to clinical practice in rheumatology

Key Topics:

Unusual Rheumatic Diseases
Lyme Disease
Pathogenesis of Rheumatoid Arthritis
RA: Biologics and Small Molecules
Low Back and Leg Pain
Vasculitic Syndromes

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Gerald Corey and Robert Haynes – Integrative Counseling Videos

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Jul 102015

INTEGRATIVE COUNCELLINGThis video brings the counseling process to life and helps students understand the advantages of developing an integrative style. Students observe Dr. Corey as he works with one client, Ruth, using various theoretical models and techniques. Introductory lectures and process commentary explain what viewers will see and why a particular approach was used.

INTEGRATIVE COUNCELLING 11. Beginning of Counseling.
2. The Therapeutic Relationship.
3. Establishing Therapeutic Goals.
4. Understanding and Dealing with Diversity.
5. Understanding and Dealing With Resistance.
6. Cognitive Focus in Counseling.
7. Emotive Focus in Counseling.
8. Behavioral Focus In Counseling.
9. An Integrative Perspective.
10. Working with Transference and Countertransference.
11. Understanding How the Past Influences the Present.
12. Working toward Decisions and Behavior Change.
13. Evaluation and Termination.
General Discussion Questions.

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An Introduction to Infectious Diseases – Guide Book and Video Lectures

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Jul 062015

an introduction to infectious diseasesInfectious diseases touch the lives of everyone on the planet. On a worldwide scale, infectious diseases account for 26% of all deaths, second only to cardiovascular diseases. And unlike chronic diseases, infectious diseases are unique in their potential for explosive global impacts.

In fact, infectious diseases have shaped the course of human events numerous times:

The fall of the Roman Empire: Malaria may have contributed to the fall of the Roman Empire. Romans were used to the non-fatal strain of vivax malaria, but later encountered a new mosquito species that brought the deadly falciparum malaria form.
World War I: Tuberculosis was so rampant in the French army that 150,000 troops were sent home. In total, the countries involved in WWI lost over a million citizens to TB.

World War II: Many battles in the South Pacific between U.S. and Japanese armies were solely for the purpose of securing islands that supported the growth of quinine—the first and most important antimalarial compound at the time. More soldiers died in the South Pacific from malaria than actual combat!

Now, in the 24 engaging lectures of An Introduction to Infectious Diseases, you can get a comprehensive overview of diseases from the mundane to the fatal with renowned physician and award-winning professor Dr. Barry Fox of the University of Wisconsin-Madison School of Medicine and Public Health. Stepping into Dr. Fox’s classroom will give you unparalleled access to a physician who has dedicated his career to this topic, providing the most reliable, clear, in-depth and up-to-date information.

Zoom in to the Microscopic World

First and foremost, understanding infectious disease requires an overview of the microscopic particles responsible for them: bacteria, viruses, hybrid germs, and fungi. You will:

see how various types of infectious diseases invade the body;
look through the microscope at pathogens to identify their inner components;
follow germs through to different body systems and see what effects they have; and
learn why we may be losing the battle against some germs.

One particularly fascinating facet of this course is its focus on history. Step back in time and experience the world as the scientists and doctors of the day saw it.

infectious diseases 1Hippocrates Defies Tradition: The ancient Greeks believed that disease was caused either by miasma (bad air) or a punishment meted out by the gods. Hippocrates was imprisoned for daring to postulate his own theories. During his 20 years in prison, he wrote The Complicated Body, which set a course for the future of modern medicine.
Fathers of Microbiology: Anton van Leeuwenhoek, who started his career examining fabric in a dry goods store, honed the power of magnifying lenses and eventually discovered bacteria in 1674. Robert Hooke improved upon the design of the microscope, confirmed van Leeuwenhoek’s discoveries, and coined the word “cell.”
Germ Theory of Disease: The miasma theory of disease held sway for centuries, until scientists like Robert Koch and Louis Pasteur were able to prove that microorganisms were responsible for infectious disease. Koch’s four postulates set the standard for proof of infectivity up to the present day, and Pasteur’s contributions to science were so monumental that he was declared a national hero.
Technological Discoveries: With each discovery, from the electron microscope to polymerase chain reaction (PCR) diagnostic technology, witness the progress that scientists are making in the field of infectious diseases every decade.

Dr. Fox’s enthusiasm for teaching science comes through in the stories he tells about each of the major discoveries—and stumbling blocks—in the study and treatment of infectious disease.

Preventing Infectious Disease in Your Daily Life

When it comes to preventing infectious disease, knowledge is power. In the popular media, the subjects of infectious disease, vaccinations, and medications are fraught with misinformation and hyperbole. Dr. Fox cuts through the myths and provides a solidly scientific guide to keeping yourself and your loved ones as protected as possible from pathogens.

Vaccinations: Vaccines are the single safest medical procedure for you, your children, and your grandchildren. Dr. Fox devotes an entire lecture to explaining how vaccines work, debunking popular myths, and explaining how herd immunity works—and when it doesn’t.
Healthy Habits: Washing your hands with soap and water for at least 24 seconds eliminates the vast majority of harmful organisms. Alcohol-based hand sanitizer is also effective, but not against norovirus (so if you’re on a cruise, wash your hands!). Other simple habits like leaving your shoes at the door and putting the lid down on the toilet before you flush can help keep your home healthy.
Travel Preparations: Your primary care physician is actually not the best person to consult before you travel abroad. A travel clinic can help you determine which medications to pack, any precautions you need to take regarding food and drink, and any boosters or new vaccines you may need.

A Global Responsibility

Globalization has added yet another factor to the study and prevention of infectious disease. Before the advent of accessible world travel, an epidemic could only spread locally—but now, one could spread worldwide in a matter of days. We saw this firsthand when the Ebola outbreak in West Africa was carried to the United States via air travel.

Dr. Fox acknowledges the gravity of such an outbreak and reviews probable scenarios in the final lecture, inviting you to apply your knowledge and help him predict the next pandemic.

About 50% of prescribed antibiotics are used incorrectly or unnecessarily. Dr. Fox identifies exactly which infections will benefit from antibiotics and which will resolve with other treatments. Responsible antibiotic use today ensures that the next generation can benefit from these indispensable drugs.

A Trusted Professional Resource

Throughout these 24 information-packed lectures, Dr. Fox delivers clear and up-to-date information on dozens of infectious diseases. As a practicing physician in the field of infectious diseases, he is the ultimate authority on this topic—and you will have him “on demand” as a personal resource in this engaging course.

Whether you have a love for biology, a curiosity about the world’s many infectious diseases, or a certain amount of trepidation about what the future holds, you will enjoy Dr. Fox’s impeccable bedside manner, insider knowledge, and humorous personal stories. And most importantly, you will be empowered to make the best choices for yourself, your loved ones, and future generations.

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Jun 132015

This groundbreaking approach to dental local anesthesia instruction brings key anesthesia concepts to life. Using high-quality video and animation, this DVD set provides viewers with a unique virtual clinical experience where they’ll see the latest anesthetic agents, injection techniques, potential complications, and risk management strategies in action. Plus, it includes authoritative commentary throughout from noted dental anesthesia expert, Stanley Malamed, DDS, and offers users the opportunity to earn CEU credit.


00 – Introduction
01 – Drugs – Neurophysiology
02 – Drugs – Pharmacology Of Local Anesthetics
03 – Drugs – Pharmacology Of Vasocontrictors
04 – Drugs – Clinical Actions Of Specific Agents
05 – The Armamentarium
06 – Techniques – Physical And Psychological Evaluation
07 – Techniques – Basic Injection Technique
08 – Techniques – Anatomical Considerations
09 – Techniques – Maxillary Injections Techniques
10 – Techniques – Mandibular Injections Techniques
11 – Techniques – Supplemental Injection Techniques
12 – Techniques – Local Anesthetic Considerations
13 – Complications – Local
14 – Complications – Systemic
15 – Credits

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Basic First Aid Training (Video)

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Feb 212015

Basic First Aid TrainingDVDRip | AVI/XviD, ~1499 kb/s | 720×540 | Duration: 01:38:00 | English: MP3, 192 kb/s (2 ch) | 1.16 GB

Accidents happen… s a fact of life…..Are you prepared to be a first responder. To provide emergency first aid until professional help arrives or until you can take the victim to the hospital. This program details everything you need to be an effective first responder to individuals suffering from slips and falls, car accidents, cuts and bruises, head trauma, cardiac arrest or blocked airways…Now you can be prepared.

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