Histopathology Lung, bronchus --Cryptosporidium
Autechre - Bronchus one. i AUTECHRE - Bronchus one. i Various - An Anthology Of Noise & Electronic Music / Second A-Chronology 1936-2003 2003|CD, CD|Sub Rosa|SR200 Yoshihiro Hanno / Multiphonic Ensemble On/Off Edit Meira Asher + Guy
Autechre _ Bronchus one. i :An Anthology Of Noise & Electronic Music / Second A-Chronology 1936-2003 label:Sub Rosa /CD : Compilation/ Belgium 16.6.2003:
FB bronchus Dr GK Narayana Bronchoscopic removal of foreign body bronchus, nut, long standing with granulations over bronchial wall with emphyema of the left lung
Laryngobronchoscopy.flv Fibre-optic Flexible Video Laryngo-Bronchoscopy being performed by Dr. Prahlada NB, Senioer Consultant and Chief, BGS Global Hospital, Bangalore.
EZ Blocker insertion The insertion of the new endo-bronchial blocking device EZ-Blocker. The device is advanced simply through a normal endotracheal tube and finds it way to the left and right main bronchus. Subsequently the right and left balloons are inflated one after the other to test the device. The EZ-blocker showed to be an easy device for performing single lung ventilation.
The Endoscopy Evolution The evolution of endoscopes has been driven by doctors who have always dreams of bringing better care to patients and by engineers who made efforts to make these dreams come true. It has also been supported by new technological developments and materials that are immediately incorporated into product design in order to accelerate the evolution by leaps and bounds. A new material called glassfiber, developed in the United States in the 1960s, attracted a great deal of attention in various industrial sectors. The developers of endoscopes were among the first ones to turn to glassfiber. Basil Hirshowitz and his associates, for instance, used glassfiber in their endoscopes to take advantage of the glassfiber's characteristic of transmitting light from one end to the other even when it is bent. Their endoscopes allowed direct observation of the interior of a stomach. 1964 when the first gastrocamera with a fiberscope - the much-anticipated camera with an "eye" -was invented. After all these years, doctors became capable of performing real-time observation of the stomach interior for the first time. The era of gastrocameras came to an end around 1975, when they were completely replaced by fiberscopes. Moreover, endoscopes found wider applications for examinations of other body parts including the esophagus, duodenum, large intestine, bronchus and gallbladder. In addition to clinical diagnoses applications, endoscopes are now used for treatment purposes, aided by progress made ...
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Bronchial collapse in a dog (bronchoscopy) The video starts at RB1 (bronchus to right cranial lobe). Collapse is evident with normal respiration. At 0:16, RB2 (right middle), RB3 (right caudal), and RB4 (accessory) come into view. Severe collapse of RB3 and RB4 can be seen particularly as the patient begins to cough. At 1:14, both mainstem bronchi can be seen from within the caudal trachea. Collapse of the trachea and mainstem bronchi were not observed at any time during the bronchoscopic exam. At 1:16, partial collapse of LB2 (left caudal) is seen.
Respiratory System by Felicia STS: Biology
USMLE ALGORITHMS-SURGERY: CHEST TRAUMA This ten minute clip talks about Chest Trauma including discussion of the following topics: -Rib Fracture -Traumatic Rupture of the trachea or bronchus -Flail Chest -Pulmonary Contusion -Myocardial Contusion -Traumatic Rupture of the Aorta Written and narrated by a USMLE Expert. ENJOY!!
Thoracentesis to remove 1200cc of Plural Fluid at Harborview This is me getting a Thoracentesis at Harborview Medical Center in downtown Seattle. They removed 1200cc of Plural Fluid from my lung cavity. The fluid was around my left lung causing it to collapse. Procedure = Thoracentesis Fluid = Plural Fluid / Plural Effusion Volume = 1200cc
Respiratory System Song ** News: This is Allison and if you want to use this song for a project in your school you can ask me to help you make one or you can use this =] Just ask and you may use it =] ** Will this is another project i made for class and I didn't wanna let it go to waste so x] enjoy everyone. The...
pokemon diamond & pearl walkthrough pt 89- Lucian The fourth elite four member has a mainly dark type weakness. All of his pokemon are psychic types, but Bronchus may be a pain. It can have two different abilities, Levitate and Heat prove. This will make ground types miss or make fire types do normal damage. This particular Bronzong has Levitate, so stick with fire types.
EZ-Blocker 26-05-10 with lung collapse This new EZ-Blocker video shows the use of it, the beautiful lung collapse and the insufflation of the lung after the procedure.
Interventional bronchoscopy - Broncoscopia intervencionista Extracting an obstructive benign tumor from the right bronchus - lipoma with rigid bronchoscope Exerese de lipoma endobronquico com broncoscopio rigido
coughing like croup_ heart defect _tracheomalacia_bronchomalacia This is a mild 'episodic croup' attack beginning. We taped this to show his doctors that Nate really was having long episodes of coughing fits and affected his breathing. The youtube videos were emailed to his doctors at the time because they did not believe there was a significant problem. Nate had a heart defect, which went unnoticed until he was 11months old. (?!) even though most x-rays indicated the defect on the films. -and somehow overlooked by physicians. He had heart surgery and emergency lung surgery by the time he was 18moths old. Despite this, he continued to have pulmonary problems and was misdiagnosed for another year...enduring repeated infections and treated aggressively with "asthma" medications. (he didn't have asthma, but what do moms know?) We flew him to Cincinnati Children's Hospital when he was 3, where they were able to accurately diagnose and confirm the cause: his particular heart defect causes his aorta to compress his right-main-bronchus. During normal healthy times, the compression reduces airflow to the right lung by approximately 50%. It easily worsens to 90% or more when he is sick, has allergies, is around dust or smoke or other airborne irritants. The doctors expected to see marked improvement , as he grew, and hoped to see him grow out of it the worst of it by maybe 4-5yrs of age. Another flex-bronch in Sept 2009 showed little change. This winter season we've been so lucky that the frequency of infection has reduced drastically ...
Dying to Live TV Dying To Live TV documentary series.
2nd-Wk24-PP Week 24: Respiratory System 1 larynx glottis trachea bronchus/bronchi bronchiole alveolus/alveoli pleura diaphragm thorax mediastinum
Histology of the Lung This is an ***ysis of the histology of the lung of a mammal (not sure which animal). The slide is PAS stained. The audio isn't very good because it was quiet at the time, you might have to turn your speakers right up to hear what he's on about :)
Respiratory System (Model) - tiah Respiratory System Model #1 Thanks to Melissa for narrating! Anatomy II (Tuesday lab) 400. Naris 401. Floor of nasal cavity 402. Roof of nasal cavity 403. Olfactory sensor area 404. Superior concha 405. Middle concha 406. Middle meatus 407. Inferior concha 408. Ostium of nasolacrimal duct 409. Inferior meatus 410. Pharyngeal ostium of auditory tube 411. Pharyngeal tonsil 412. Palatine tonsil 413. Posterior wall of pharynx 414. Epiglottis 415. Opening of larynx 416. Ventricular folds 417. Vocal folds 418. Laryngeal ventricle 419. Inner passage of larynx 420. Thyroid cartilage 421. Cricoid cartilage 422. Trachea 423. Bifurcation of trachea 424. Left bronchus 425. Right bronchus 426. Alveolar tissue of lung 427. Right parietal pleura 428. Left parietal pleura 429. Upper lobe 430. Middle lobe 431. Upper lobe 432. Lower lobe 433. Muscular diaphragm 434. Membranous diaphragm 435. Visceral pleura
Tracheal Wall Pulsations The trachea or windpipe extends from the level of C6 vertebra to its point of bifurcations between T5-T7 vertebra. It is divided into cervical and mediastinal trachea. Its total length is between 9 to 15 cm and contains 15-20 C-shaped tracheal rings. The arch of aorta is initially anterior to the lower trachea and then immediately superior to the left main bronchus on its left side. The length of the right main bronchus is about 2.5 cm while the left about 5.0cm. The former is shorter, wider and more vertical; thus being the commoner site for inhaled foreign body to be impacted. The left main bronchus is anterior to the oesophagus and gives an impression as an indentation when seen during oesophagoscopy. This video shows the pulsations of the tracheal wall due to its intimate closeness to the ascending and arch of aorta anteriorly.
Autechre - Bronchus 2 Autechre - Bronchus 2 autechre.ws Buy here: Label: Warp Records Catalog#: WARP CD17 Format: CD, Album Country: UK Released: 29 Nov 1993 Genre: Electronic Style: Techno, IDM, Ambient Credits: Artwork By [Design] - Designers Republic Consumer Products, The Artwork By [Original Images] - Daniel 72 Featuring [Assistance] - Adrian Harrow , Darrell Fitton , Richard Brown Mastered By - Geoff Pesche Producer, Written-By - Rob Brown (3) , Sean Booth Notes: Mastered @ The Townhouse. Warp (Artificial Intelligence) series.07. ℗1993 Warp Records. ©1993 Warp Records. All rights reserved. Barcode: 5 021603 017122 Made In England 'Eggshell' is an extended version of 'The Egg' from the 'Artificial Intelligence' compilation WARP CD 6. The Catalog# appears as "WARP CD17" on the spine of the release and on the CD. "WARP.CD17" appears on the back of the release.
Bronchoscopy - Left main bronchus stenosis - right lobectomy Patient with a lobectomy in right lung and left main bronchus stenosis
Respiratory System The circulation and respiratory system are closely linked together. It started in the respiratory system forms your noise and mouth. With you inhale, you inhale mainly oxygen and to trachea down the trachea. The trachea goes to the bronchus that goes into the lungs, the air you breathe isn't clean so there are small hairs called cilia that traps them and push them up the trachea. Inside the lung are the alveoli, which is the main area where oxygen and carbon dioxide is exchanged. The oxygen goes into one tube inside the alveoli, which leads to the red blood cells, while carbon dioxide leaves the blood cells down another tube and out of the mouth when you exhale. A major muscle in the respiratory system is the diaphragm. When you inhale the diaphragm flattens so your lungs will be able to expand.
Bronchoscopy - right main bronchus obstruction Endobronchial obstructive lesion in right main bronchus Obstrucao endobronquica em arvore respiratoria direita
A Fractal Model of Human Bronchi (1993) This is a video that demonstrates the medical scientific uses of visualization technology. The video, created by Sumit Das in collaboration with Walid Hindo from the North Chicago Veterans Administration Medical Center, shows a medical visualization of a human bronchi (lungs) and explains the medical and potentially therapeutic benefits to the use of this technology for medical simulation and early detection.
Endoscopic view of the airways in a normal dog This shows an endoscopic view inside the trachea and the bronchi of a dog. Everything is very normal; there are no discharges (eg. pus or pneumonia), no foreign boides (such as grass or barley awns) and no collapse or narrowing of the airways.
CT Scan Anonymous CT scan - lung tumor
Autechre - Bronchus 2 Incunabula
superDimension's iLogic Promotional Video An overview of superDimension's miminally invasive electromagnetic navigation bronchoscopy device called the iLogic system. For more information visit
Bronchial Tree Model - Bronchi This video was produced to help students of human anatomy at Modesto Junior College study our anatomical models.
Histopathology Lung, bronchus--Carcinoma in situ
Nate coughing - heart defect - bronchomalacia for our doctors: a brief taping at the end of one of Nate's coughing episodes to prove it was actually bad. Finally determined: this is considered a mild 'episodic croup' attack beginning. It is caused from the aorta compressing the right-main-bronchus.. Starts and mimics something that is mistaken as an asthma attack. However, physiologically, it is nothing like asthma and asthma medications do nothing to improve his condition.
Childhood Asthma Management Program / Educational Training Video National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute. National Institutes of Health. Childhood Asthma Management Program: Asthma Feelings. AVA19988VNB1, 1996. The Asthma Feeling video explores the way asthmatic children feel about their disease and ways to cope with being 'different'. The video is designed to help children feel more comfortable with having asthma and not allow it to cause undue interference in the lifestyle of the person. Producer: National Institutes of Health. Creative Commons license: Public Domain Asthma is a chronic medical condition. It has been defined by the National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute as a common chronic disorder of the airways that is complex and characterized by variable and recurring symptoms, airflow obstruction, bronchial hyperresponsiveness (bronchospasm), and an underlying inflammation. The interaction of these features of asthma determines the clinical manifestations and severity of asthma and the response to treatment. Public attention in the developed world has recently focused on asthma because of its rapidly increasing prevalence, affecting up to one in four urban children. Asthma is caused by a complex interaction of environmental and genetic factors that researchers do not yet fully understand. These factors can also influence how severe a persons asthma is and how well they respond to medication. As with other complex diseases, many environmental and genetic factors have been suggested as causes of asthma, but not all studies ...
Mobile Phone Handsets belonging to hospital workers are covered in bacteria including the Superbug MRSA (methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus).New research describes how mobile phones used by healthcare workers may be a source of hospital-acquired infections. Health & Medicine * Today's Healthcare * Infectious Diseases Plants & Animals * Bacteria * Microbes * Public Health * Industrial Relations * Mobile phone radiation and health * Transmission (medicine) * Pathogen * List of medical topics Researchers from the Faculty of Medicine at the Ondokuz Mayis University, Turkey, tested the phones of doctors and nurses in hospital operating rooms and intensive care units. They found that almost 95% were contaminated with bacteria of different types, potentially causing infections ranging from relatively minor skin complaints to life-threatening illness. Only 10% of staff regularly cleaned their phone. According to the authors, "Our results suggest cross-contamination of bacteria between the hands of healthcare workers and their mobile phones. These mobile phones could act as a reservoir of infection which may facilitate patient-to-patient transmission of bacteria in a hospital setting". Their findings reveal an obvious need for active strategies to prevent contamination of mobile phones and other hand-held electronic devices: strict infection-control procedure, environmental disinfection, hand hygiene and decontamination methods are recommended.
nate coughing bronchomalacia heart defect February 18, 2010 - Nate again, almost 5yrs old. This is a coughing episode taped this morning. The "episodes" are much less frequent, but just as intense or worse at times. Nate and I have been flying to Cincinnati Childrens every 6 months for follow-up diagnostics. Their wonderful team has been monitoring the anatomical growth of his bronchus and the amount of compression on it, caused by his aorta. They scope his trachea and the [right and left] bronchi to evaluate his airway and anything that may impede a normal airflow. There is a visible compression on the right-main bronchus that can be seen in photographs they've share with me from their scopes. It is caused by his aorta pressing on it. We'd hoped as his body grew, that the bronchus would grow and we'd see the compression decrease. I'm going to try to post those. So far, there does not appear to be a change.
Normal Anatomy of Adult Larynx, Trachea, and Bronchus: Endoscopic View This video shows the normal anatomy of adult larynx, trachea and bronchii as seen by using 0 degree rigid endoscope. The examination was performed under general anaesthesia. Please note evidence of laryngopharyngel reflux (LPR) disease at the posterior commisure and the arytenoids.