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Pharmacodynamics – Part 2: Dose-response Relationship

Pharmacodynamics – Part 2: Dose-response Relationship

By Bryan Wright 0 Comment October 12, 2019

Pharmacodynamics: What is the relationship between dose and response? For a drug to generate an evident physiological response, its concentration at the site of action needs to be sufficiently high. However, since direct measurements aren’t possible in many tissues, drug concentrations are monitored in plasma. The dose of a drug is measured in milligrams or […]

What your doctor doesn’t know (Guest: Pharmacist Billy Wease) – | THE HEALTH AWAKENING | Ep. 132
Internal Medicine Residency 2019 – Penn State College of Medicine

Internal Medicine Residency 2019 – Penn State College of Medicine

By Bryan Wright 0 Comment October 11, 2019

[ Music ]>>Welcome to the Penn State Hershey Internal Medicine Residency Program. Our tertiary care facility is nestled in central Pennsylvania and serves as the referral center for the greater Harrisburg area. Hershey is a vibrant community and is conveniently situated near a wide array of recreational and cultural activities in Harrisburg, Washington, D.C., Philadelphia, […]

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CAREER PATHS: MEDICINE 👩‍⚕️

CAREER PATHS: MEDICINE 👩‍⚕️

By Bryan Wright 0 Comment October 5, 2019

Having the opportunity to get an MPH at WVU was the overarching reason why I was able to move forward with my dream of becoming a future physician. My name is Mindy Sharon. I am a two-time graduate of West Virginia University, first in 2014 with a Bachelor of Science in Psychology and then again […]

University of Michigan Medical School Dose of Reality Bloggers 2012-2013

University of Michigan Medical School Dose of Reality Bloggers 2012-2013

By Bryan Wright 0 Comment October 4, 2019

(upbeat music) – You should definitely check out the Dose of Reality blog. It’s a really great way to get a lot of different perspectives on the life of a med student and if you have family members or friends who are in medical school, it’s a really good way to get inside what they’re […]

Penn State College of Medicine: An alumni, faculty and student perspective

Penn State College of Medicine: An alumni, faculty and student perspective

By Bryan Wright 0 Comment October 4, 2019

[Music] Our medical school was founded on this idea of community outreach. Our Crescent itself is the arms of the community saying, we are trying to meet the needs, meet you where you are and meet your needs and health.>>So I’ve actually known I wanted to come to Penn State for medical school since I […]

reimagine Health:  Matthew Huentelman, PhD

reimagine Health: Matthew Huentelman, PhD

By Bryan Wright 0 Comment October 3, 2019

“My name is Matt Huentelman, and I’m a professor of Neurogenomics at TGen in Phoenix, Arizona; and I look forward to seeing you at the reimagine Health: Is My Fate in My Genes? Research Symposium. My talk there is going to try and answer the age old question: ‘Why can’t I remember names and faces […]

Childhood Asthma: Clinical Presentation – Pediatric Pulmonology | Lecturio

Childhood Asthma: Clinical Presentation – Pediatric Pulmonology | Lecturio

By Bryan Wright 2 Comments October 3, 2019

So if you are examining a child who you suspect have asthma, it’s important, first off, to note their overall appearance and whether they have respiratory distress. In a child with asthma who is in respiratory distress, we are going to first address their respiratory distress and later ask the question about whether maybe this […]