Nurse Driven Fluid Optimization Using Non-Invasive Hemodynamic Monitoring Six dynamic case studies, presented by Lisa M. Soltis, MSN, APRN, CCRN-CSC, CCNS, FCCM. Recorded at NTI - American Association of Critical-Care Nurses 2012 convention.
hemodynamic part 2 afterload.wmv Part two of my hemodynamics lecture: Afterload.
Hemodynamics (Bonus Lecture pre-Doppler) This is a 10 minute lecture on blood flow hemodynamics, which is a precursor lecture to the Doppler series. This is a production of the Honors Ultrasound Group at the Ohio State University College of Medicine.
Complete Transposition of great arteries - hemodynamics & physiology A video emphasizing hemodynamic intricacies of transposition physiology. An attempt to clarify path of blood in this interesting physiology.
SDMS Webinar Series Preview: Cardiac Hemodynamics and Doppler Principles This 10 minute video offers a preview of our exciting online continuing medical education (CME), provided by experts in the field of diagnostic medical sonography. SDMS members can earn FREE CME credit by watching the full video and completing a post-test at: To learn how you can become a SDMS member, visit:
Marian Simka, MD, PhD [Ultrasound: Hemodynamics | CCSVI Symposium 2011 - 11 of 46] CCSVI Symposium 2011 - Second Annual Meeting Crowne Plaza Hotel Times Square, Manhattan New York, NY July 15-17, 2011 Ultrasound: Hemodynamics Marian Simka, MD, PhD Associate Professor Department of Angiology EuroMedic Poland Katowice, Poland [11 out of 46 videos]
Hemodynamic Predictors of Disease Progression (September 4, 2008) Charles A. Taylor, PhD, discusses his research at Stanford university on blood flow distribution and wall shear stress in the abdominal aorta to learn how the growth of AAA can be effected through exercise and rest conditions. 2008 Stanford AAA Summit vascular.stanford.edu Stanford School of Medicine med.stanford.edu Stanford Channel on YouTube:
Cardiac Hemodynamics - Mort Kern Dr. Morton Kern lectures on the basics of hemodynamics in the cath lab.
Medical School Pathology 2012 Session 006 Hemodynamic Disorders I.mp4 This is the full unedited 2-hour session #6 of the total of 76 sessions given to 2000 English speaking medical students from 72 countries during the 2011-2012 academic year, given by John R. Minarcik, MD, sponsored by Medical Laboratories. The unedited HI-RESOLUTION version of this video can be downloaded free at
Capillary Hemodynamics : Blood Cells coursing through Vessels in Embryo of a Zebrafish Research - By: (Me) Nicholas Ellis @ youtu.be youtu.be youtu.be youtu.be youtu.be A. Iida, et al., "Metalloprotease-Dependent Onset of Blood Circulation in Zebrafish," Current Biology, 20:1-7, 2010, DOI 10.1016/j.cub.2010.04.052 Scientists capture the moment when blood cells begin coursing through vessels in the developing embryo of a zebrafish. The humble zebrafish is being used by scientists for a not-so-humble purpose: to help cure cancer and other diseases. The tiny zebrafish are popular with researchers because they're transparent and develop rapidly. For instance, scientists say they can view a complete cardiovascular system in embryos in less than two days. What does it take for blood to start flowing for the first time in an embryo? That's the question that Atsuko Sehara-Fujisawa at Kyoto University and colleagues set out to answer by catching zebrafish blood vessels on film as they matured. The researchers saw that the blood cell precursors entered blood vessels and stayed there immobile, possibly tethered to the inner wall by adhesion molecules called PSGL1. It's not until an enzyme called ADAM8, a metalloprotease, is expressed by the blood cells -- cutting loose or weakening the tethering proteins -- that the blood begins to flow. See the blood cells (labeled with a red dye) as they start to flow within the blood vessel (green dye). A REFUTATION OF THE PRESSURE PROPULSION PREMISE OF HEART FUNCTION 1. Rudolf Steiner Research Center, Royal Oak, MI ...
USMLE Step 1 Review 54 14 Physiology Hemodynamics 1 of 2 This USMLE Step 1 Review free video covers the subject of Physiology about Hemodynamics 1 of 2. This free USMLE video review for the USMLE Step 1 is derived from the Gold Standard USMLE Step 1 audio review. You can find the complete Gold Standard USMLE Step 1 Audio review at We hope our YouTube channel helps you with USMLE Step 1 success!
From Biopolymer Translocation to Hemodynamics: New Challenges in Multiscale Computing Multiscale modeling is the capability of representing different levels of phenomena, occurring at diverse spatial and temporal scales, within a unified conceptual framework. A typical example is the behavior of long molecules or nanosuspensions under the action of complex hydrodynamic flows. Our computational work tackles different phenomena such as biopolymer translocation through nanopores and hemodynamics in arteries with a novel computational scheme. The solution of such large-scale problems calls for the exploitation of powerful parallel architectures, such as the Blue Gene supercomputer, and sophisticated visualization tools to gain insight into the realm of multi-scale phenomena.
Hemodynamics 101 Exam 2 cram. You don't need to watch this unless you know who we are IRL. GO AWAY!
Hemodynamics Introduction - part 1 of 5 Hemodynamics Introduction by Dr Brendan Smith
Right heart hemodynamics Right heart hemodynamics This ppt powerpoint presentation is uploaded by: Medical powerpoint search engine.
BIOL 2020 Blood Vessel Physiology - Hemodynamics Discussion of hemodynamics (blood flow, blood pressure, and vascular resistance)
USMLE Step 1 Review 55 02 Physiology Hemodynamics 3 of 3 This USMLE Step 1 Review free video covers the subject of Physiology about Hemodynamics 3 3. This free USMLE video review for the USMLE Step 1 is derived from the Gold Standard USMLE Step 1 audio review. You can find the complete Gold Standard USMLE Step 1 Audio review at We hope our YouTube channel helps you with USMLE Step 1 success!
Hemodynamics Introduction - part 3 of 5 Hemodynamics Introduction by Dr Brendan Smith
Hemodynamics Introduction - part 5 of 5 Hemodynamics Introduction by Dr Brendan Smith
Hemodynamics Introduction - part 2 of 5 Hemodynamics Introduction by Dr Brendan Smith
Experimental Measurements of AAA Hemodynamics (September 4, 2008) Roberty Peattie, PhD, discusses his research of flow fields in physically replicated models of the human aorta to discover the velocity of flow which causes wall shear stresses. 2008 Stanford AAA Summit vascular.stanford.edu Stanford School of Medicine med.stanford.edu Stanford Channel on YouTube:
Hemodynamics Introduction - part 4 of 5 Hemodynamics Introduction by Dr Brendan Smith
Multiscale Hemodynamics Project A video describing work done as part of the Multiscale Hemodynamics Project (hemo.seas.harvard.edu) of Prof. Kaxiras's Research Group. The project is a collaboration of doctors, physicists, and computational scientists working together to model human blood flow through the coronary arteries. The main objective of the project is to develop and deploy a general purpose, multi-scale methodology to study blood flow patterns in complex environments corresponding to real heart arteries as measured by medical imaging for individual patients.
Hemodynamic Video Lecture A concise lecture in learning hemodynamic principles, theories, interpretation, and clinical application. Enjoy!!
Patient-specific surgical planning and hemodynamic computational fluid dynamics optimization throug From the Springer article: Patient-specific surgical planning and hemodynamic computational fluid dynamics optimization through free-form haptic anatomy editing tool (SURGEM) by: Pekkan, Kerem; Whited, Brian; Kanter, Kirk; Sharma, Shiva; Zelicourt, Diane; Sundareswaran, Kartik; Frakes, David; Rossignac, Jarek; Yoganathan, Ajit P.; MOESM2 [INSERT CAPTION HERE] (WMV 5302 kb) Journal: Medical & Biological Engineering & Computing Vol. 46 Issue 11 DOI: 10.1007/s11517-008-0377-0 Published: 2008-11-14
Hemodynamic-ABI Monitor 4 limb similtaneous measurement Connect to PC via USB port Stores a large number of patient history in PC Metabolic Syndrome Classification Estimate GFR data can be stored Cholesterol, LDL-HDL-Cholesterol, Glucose & Triglycerides data can be stored and used for Framingham Risk ***ysis
Patient-specific surgical planning and hemodynamic computational fluid dynamics optimization throug From the Springer article: Patient-specific surgical planning and hemodynamic computational fluid dynamics optimization through free-form haptic anatomy editing tool (SURGEM) by: Pekkan, Kerem; Whited, Brian; Kanter, Kirk; Sharma, Shiva; Zelicourt, Diane; Sundareswaran, Kartik; Frakes, David; Rossignac, Jarek; Yoganathan, Ajit P.; MOESM1 [INSERT CAPTION HERE] (AVI 14063 kb) Journal: Medical & Biological Engineering & Computing Vol. 46 Issue 11 DOI: 10.1007/s11517-008-0377-0 Published: 2008-11-14
ScienceVisuals/Visualbiotech - "Computational Multiscale Hemodynamics" This video shows you how the research groups of Harvard University, Swiss Federal Institute of Technology and the National Research Council of Italy, envision to predict and prevent heart diseases by 3D fluid simulations of patient hearts. Lab of Prof. Efthimios Kaxiras as.harvard.edu By using the processing power of parallel super computers the team is aiming to be able to predict plaque formations, necessary valve replacements or stent operations. The visualization was created by the ScienceVisuals/Visualbiotech team in Lausanne, Switzerland.
Hemodynamic basics and cardiovascular medication review A teaching session on cardiovascular medications
Hemodynamics at a Rupture Site This is a video of the rotational angiographic run of the left internal carotid artery showing rebleeding from the aneurysm. This video has been taken from Hemodynamic Characteristics at the Rupture Site of Cerebral Aneurysms: A Case Study, an article appearing in a future issue of Neurosurgery. It was submitted by corresponding author Kenichi Kono, MD of the Department of Neurosurgery at Wakayama Rosai Hospital in Japan.
3D Hemodynamics Software for Brain Aneurysms Predicting the Future for Aneurysm Patients Ivanhoe Newswire distributed a Nov. 14 report on new computer software that provides 3-D views of a brain aneurysm, a weakened and bulging blood vessel wall in the brain. Available only at Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center and one other hospital in the nation, the technology helps interventional neuroradiologists predict whether their patients aneurysms are at high risk for rupture and require surgery immediately. The story featured Dr. Satoshi Tateshima, assistant professor of radiological sciences in the division of interventional neuroradiology, and a patient whose life he saved. The story aired Nov. 3 on NBC-affiliate WECT (Wilmington, NC) and Nov. 4 on ABC-affiliate KVII (Amarillo, TX). www.aneurysm- news8 George Mason University, Juan Cebral Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center, Interventional Neuroradiology, Fernando Vinuela, Gary Duckwiler, Reza Jahan, Satoshi Tateshima, Nestor Gonzalez, Brain Aneurysm, AVM, Dural Fistula, Stroke Treatments. www.aneurysm- 757 Westwood Plaza Suite2129, Los Angeles, CA 90095-7437 Satoshi Tateshima, MD, DMSc 立嶋智
Hemodynamic Simulator Instructional Part 1 RIT Senior Design Project Hemodynamic Simulator
Hemodynamic Simulator Intructional Part 2
hemodynamics.wmv Part One of Hemodynamics Lecture
Understand Hemodynmics Today Understand hemodynamics using a simple ***ogy. www.ed4
Using the iPhone Application Hemodynamic Calculator Tutorial video on how to use the ICU Wizard, LLC iPhone Application product HEMOCALC.
Hemodynamic Support for High-Risk PCI Cardiology Conference hosted by: Sunil Rao, MD presented by: E. Magnus Ohman, MB Professor of Cardiovascular Medicine Associate Director, Duke Heart Center Director, Program for Advanced Coronary Disease Duke University Medical Center Duke Clinical Research Institute
Abd Aortic hemodynamics Flow visualization of blood flow during rest and exercise conditions. Velocity measurement by magnetic resonance imaging. Research by David Ku and James Moore Jr.
Physio02 Sec05 Ch01c Hemodynamics