Can a person have two functioning hearts in their chest? Can running a marathon look like a heart attack? Why is virtually everyone admitted to the hospital now via the emergency department? Join us as we ponder these questions and more in our third cardiology episode!
Episode 020 – Ribbons and rhythms
How, exactly, do you say ‘Torsades de Pointes’ and why should you treat it empirically? Can you detect a-fib with just a wristwatch and your finger? What is the origin story of Alex’s egg-related superhero powers? Join us for episode 20 as we tackle all these questions and more!
Episode 019 — Shapeshifters and suspension
Can a climbing harness lead to a systolic blood pressure of 500+? What does nitroglycerine actually do? Does the FDA approve medicines for use in patients of a certain race? Join us this week to answer these questions and more, in the first episode of Season 2 and the first episode of our cardiology series!
SARS-CoV-2 Scholarly Resources
For those of you who are engaged in the COVID-19 MS1+3 week, the resources below may be useful. SARS-CoV-2 INTERNET […]Read more
Study spaces in medical school
What studying in medschool looks like… Visual appendix Here are several images that the interviewees were kind enough to share […]Read more
We learned to suture in MS1 during a ‘clinical campus week’ and afterward I wanted to continue practicing. I spent […]Read more