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Physician Bio: Kevin Hinkle, MD

Physician Bio: Kevin Hinkle, MD

By Bryan Wright 0 Comment February 29, 2020

I think helping people sort of got me interested in doing medicine. Whenever I was in high school, I went on a mission trip and we helped build houses and that got me really excited about helping people out as a career. I heard they were building a hospital close to where I grew up […]

Pharmacy Technicians – Sami Walker

Pharmacy Technicians – Sami Walker

By Bryan Wright 0 Comment February 29, 2020

[Intro Music] My name is Sami and I am a pharmacy technician at the Princess Royal Hospital in Telford, part of the Shrewsbury and Telford hospital trust. My day to day responsibilities vary as I’m a rotational pharmacy technician so I can be in dispensary or I can be part of the medicines management team […]

A physician’s thoughts and tips for patients needing knee replacement surgery

A physician’s thoughts and tips for patients needing knee replacement surgery

By Bryan Wright 3 Comments February 29, 2020

So, a lot of times we’ll refer patients to physical therapy before the surgery so they can work on strengthening and conditioning and flexibility of the knee joints in anticipation of their upcoming surgery. The better condition the patient is in heading into the surgery is only going to play well in terms of how […]

Coronavirus Epidemic Update 28: Practical Prevention Strategies, Patient Age vs. Case Fatality Rate

Coronavirus Epidemic Update 28: Practical Prevention Strategies, Patient Age vs. Case Fatality Rate

By Bryan Wright 100 Comments February 29, 2020

welcome to another MedCram COVID-19 update we’re gonna talk today again about the numbers about the epidemiology we’re actually going to talk about the case fatality rate and the age specifically a lot of you have asked about how age affects that we’re also going to talk about testing there’s been some interest in how […]

Molecular Glues as Medicine

Molecular Glues as Medicine

By Bryan Wright 2 Comments February 29, 2020

Molecular glues were discovered by nature. Some plant hormones and antibiotics work by sticking proteins together and act as molecular glues. We actually feel that this is something that in nature is exploited a lot. A molecular glue is a small molecule that sticks proteins together. It can stick a protein to itself, or to […]

American Foundation for Firearm Injury Reduction in Medicine | Mission & Vision

American Foundation for Firearm Injury Reduction in Medicine | Mission & Vision

By Bryan Wright 0 Comment February 28, 2020

Tami enjoyed life. She was a happy — she was a happy person. Very happy. Her mission – now that we look back, and it was pretty straightforward – was to help people. She’s the type of person that would, was a very caring person – a person that believed in people. She believed in […]

TYPES OF MEDICINE “A-B-C”

TYPES OF MEDICINE “A-B-C”

By Bryan Wright 9 Comments February 28, 2020

in this video I’m gonna talk to you about type soul medicine coming up hi and welcome back to another video in the doctor Channel today we are going to talk about types of medicine the first one and alphabetic order is amphetamine it is a drug that increases energy and make you very excited […]

[CC/FULL] The Doctors EP01 | 닥터스

[CC/FULL] The Doctors EP01 | 닥터스

By Bryan Wright 0 Comment February 28, 2020

If you are meant to meet someone, you will eventually meet that person. The one I am meant to meet is here. We need an MRI, so get it ready now. Yes, all right. Doctor, here! Doctor! A death in this place is not shocking at all. A death ought to be shocking no matter […]

STUDY MEDICINE | Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery

STUDY MEDICINE | Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery

By Bryan Wright 0 Comment February 28, 2020

I chose to study medicine because I wanted something that would challenge me academically but also allow me to have face to face interactions with fellow like-minded people as well as helping others. The degrees broken into two halves, so you’ve got your clinical years in your preclinical years. Simulation is present throughout all of […]

Physician Loan Forgiveness Options | Student Loan Planner

Physician Loan Forgiveness Options | Student Loan Planner

By Bryan Wright 0 Comment February 28, 2020

If you’re a physician seeking student loan forgiveness, the good news is that you have tons of options in the medical space; whereas a lot of professions do not have as many options. One example of this is the Public Service Loan Forgiveness Program. This PSLF Program is what most physicians are really pretty familiar […]