The Orthopedic Surgeon – Avoidable Medical Malpractice Case

Sofia Morales was a young woman who lived in Atlanta, Georgia. She worked in a factory and studied at a community college. She had recently moved to the US and spoke Spanish as her primary language, but tried practicing English with classmates in the evenings – mostly through a group text chat – when she […]

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The Emergency Medicine Resident – Avoidable Medical Malpractice Case

Dr. Theodore Watkins was a 31-year-old resident physician from Roswell, New Mexico. He regularly went to the gym, ate a plant-based diet, and practiced meditation – in many ways he was the picture of healthy living. Theo, as his friends and family called him, lived in a 2 bedroom apartment with his girlfriend and their […]

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Niemann-Pick disease Type C – causes, symptoms, diagnosis, treatment, pathology

Niemann-Pick disease type C, or NPC, is a rare genetically inherited condition caused by mutations in either the NPC1 or NPC2 genes. These mutations impair intracellular transport of cholesterol and other molecules, which causes progressive neurologic and developmental problems. Now, cholesterol reaches the cells packed in lipoproteins, which bind to low density lipoprotein, or LDL, […]

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Medical School – Citric Acid Cycle (Kreb’s Cycle) Made Easy

Hey this is Dr K from iMedicalSchool and today we are going to discuss the Kreb’s so sit back relax and lets get started. We highlighted in our previous videos the process of gylocylsis and pyruvate decarboxylation. Today we will talk about the Kreb’s cycle which takes place in the mitochondrial matrix. As we go […]

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Gregory Ehle, PA, Cardiology Physician Assistant – Burlington, VT, The UVM Medical Center

– Hello, my name is Greg Ehle, and I’m a Physician Assistant in Cardiology. My philosophy of care is that every patient’s different and that everybody needs something a little different. While the patient may look the same as another patient on paper as far as vital signs or heart rate goes, how they respond […]

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