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Boot Camp: Phase 2

Louisville Lectures welcomes you to the second phase of our Boot Camp series.  We continue presenting high-yield, critical topics that are useful to starting interns. 

Phase Two

Or, Emergencies and Assessing Them

This week, we will look at two highly anticipated videos, Electrolyte Emergencies by Dr. Eleanor Lederer and Assessing the Seriously Ill Patient by Dr. David Nunley.

Catch up - Phase One

If you missed phase one, it covers crucial topics: EKGs and Emergency Arrhythmias.


Electrolyte Emergencies

In this Lecture, Dr. Eleanor Lederer covers hyponatremia, hypernatremia and hyperkalemia with an eye to preventing these emergencies through applied physiology.

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Assessing the Seriously Ill Patient

In this Lecture, Dr. David Nunley uses case studies to stress the importance of early identification of patients at risk for life-threatening illness, recognizing early signs and symptoms of critical illness, and initial treatment and interventions for seriously ill patients.

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