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AP2 Lecture Videos

To Get the Most Out of These Streaming Video Lectures:

1)  Know that these were recorded live in the classroom during a previous semester.  Therefore, any mention in these videos of dates or upcoming events should be ignored.  The correct exam dates for the current semester are available through the link to the left  "AP2 Lecture Handouts and Learning Tools."   .

2) When viewing each of these videos you may pause and restart as often as you like.  You may drag the slide bar forwards or backwards to advance or back up.

3) Take notes while viewing each video just as you would in the classroom.  This shifts you from being a totally passive learner to at least a partially active learner.  Research shows you learn faster and retain more when you are an active learner.  Taking notes is the first step in that direction. 

4) Find and print the handout titled "Study Techniques the 'A' Students Use." You'll find it under AP2 Lecture Handouts and Learning Tools.  This is the best collection of study techniques - ever!  This is what 'A' students do to make their 'A's.

 

Lectures Leading up to Exam 1

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**There is a Study Guide for each exam that will include lots of helpful terminology and study questions. If you know those terms well and can answer those study questions well then you are pretty well prepared for the exam.  If not... Lord help you.  The Study Guides may be found by clicking on the link at the upper left "AP2 Lecture Handouts and Learning Tools."

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AP2, 1-1 Survival guide for AP2  15 min

AP2, 1-2 Red Blood Cells - Flexible Bags of Hemoglobin  15 min

AP2, 1-3 Hemoglobin, Cyanosis, and Sickle Cell Anemia  25 min

**Please note: Watching these videos is NOT studying. It's the 1st step but not the only step. To truly learn this material you must utilize 'active learning' techniques such as those found in the handout "Study Techniques the 'A' Students Use."

 

 

 

 

 

    An 'A' student shares her formula for success.    4 min

AP2, 1-4 RBC Production and Why Your Poop is Brown  18 min

AP2, 1-5 Jaundice  9 min 

AP2, 1-5a  brief Q&A on blood (from lecture and lab)  5 min

AP2, 1-6 Regulation of Erythropoiesis, Anemias, and Polycythemia  20 min

AP2, 1-7 Clot Formation, Clot Retraction, and Fibrinolysis  37 min

AP2, 1-8 More on Clots and TPA, Prevention of Undesirable Clots  21 min

AP2, 1-9 Clotting Disorders  27 min

AP2, 1-10 Properties of Cardiac Contractile Fibers   24 min

AP2, 1-11 Cardiac Contractile Fibers - Mechanism and Events of Contraction  32 min

AP2, 1-12 Properties of Cardiac Autorhythmic Fibers and Sinus Rhythm  27 min

AP2, 1-13 Clinical Applications - Cardiac Meds  18 min

AP2, 1-14 Updates on Digoxin and The Cardiac Cycle  20 min

AP2, 1-15 Cardiac Output and Preload  24 min

AP2, 1-16 Cardiac Output cont'd - Contractility, Afterload, and CHF  25 min 

AP2, 1-17 Regulation of Heart Rate    20 min

**OK, let me encourage you one last time...  You are NOT ready for the exam if all you have done is watch these videos.  Watching these videos was only the 1st step toward learning. To truly learn this material you must utilize 'active learning' techniques such as those found in the handout "Study Techniques the 'A' Students Use."

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Lectures Leading up to Exam 2

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AP2, 2-1 Blood Flow, Blood Pressure, and Peripheral Resistance    19 min

AP2, 2-2 Mean Arterial Pressure (MAP)    9 min

AP2, 2-2a Pep Talk - How to do better on Exam 2    11 min  (class grades shown are not your class)

AP2, 2-3 Maintaining Systemic BP via the Vasomotor Center    20 min

AP2, 2-4 Maintaining Systemic BP via Baroreceptors, Chemoreceptors, and influence of higher brain centers   16 min

AP2, 2-5 Maintaining Systemic BP via Hormonal Controls    12 min

AP2, 2-6 Maintaining Systemic BP Long Term via Renal Mechanisms    12 min

AP2, 2-7 Tissue Perfusion and Blood Flow to Special Areas    16 min

AP2, 2-8 Capillary Exchange    24 min

AP2, 2-9 Circulatory Shock Overview, topic is mostly OYO    2 min

AP2, 2-10 Immunity Overview    15 min

AP2, 2-11 Antigens, Immunocompetence, Positive and Negative Selection    26 min

AP2, 2-12 Antigen Presenting Cells    15 min

AP2, 2-13 Humoral, B cell Response to an Antigen    20 min

AP2, 2-14 Cell Mediated, T cell Response    10 min

AP2, 2-15 Last of T cells Response, Central Role of Helper Ts, and AIDS    13 min

AP2, 2-16 Antibiotics, Transplant Rejections, and Autoimmune Diseases ​   18 min

AP2, 2-17 Hypersensitivities (a.k.a. Allergic Reactions)    27 min  (see also handout)

    "My grades aren't so good. Should I drop this class and start fresh another semester?"

Lectures Leading up to Exam 3

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AP2, 3-1 Basic Respiratory System Anatomy    15 min

AP2, 3-2 Mechanics of Breathing, Relevant Pressures, Surface Tension    27 min

AP2, 3-3 Why your next exam is worth $3.7 million dollars    8 min  

AP2, 3-4 Boyle's Law, Inspiration, Expiration, Clinical Apps    34 min

AP2, 3-5 Q&A, Dalton's Law of Partial Pressures    21 min

AP2, 3-6 Henry's Law, External and Internal Respiration    11 min

AP2 3-7 Respiratory Membrane, Ventilation-Perfusion Coupling    10 min

AP2, 3-8 Gas Transport vocabulary, External and Internal Respiration    19 min

AP2, 3-9 Oxygen and Carbon Dioxide Transport    21 min

AP2, 3-10 Factors affecting Affinity, Cyanosis, Carbon Monoxide Poisoning    27 min

AP2, 3-11 Q&A on Gas Transport Vocabulary    8 min

AP2, 3-12 Respiratory Control Centers, Hyperventilation, Hypoventilation    29 min

AP2, 3-13 Factors Influencing Rate and Depth of Breathing    13 min

AP2, 3-14 COPD, Emphysema    15 min

AP2, 3-15 COPD, Chronic Bronchitis, and Tuberculosis (TB)    24 min

AP2, 3-16 Cholesterol and Lipoproteins  - the Good, the Bad, and the Necessary    62 min

AP2, 3-17 Regulation of Body Temperature    15 min

AP2, 3-18 Heat Exhaustion, Heat Stroke, and Fever    27 min

 

Lectures Leading up to Exam 4

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AP2, 4-1 Filtration Membrane and Net Filtration Pressure    16 min

AP2, 4-2 Glomerular Filtration Rate    22 min

AP2, 4-3 Intrinsic and Extrinsic Control of NFP and GFR    22 min

AP2, 4-4 Osmolarity, Osmolality, Osmolarity in different parts of kidney    13 min

AP2, 4-5 Countercurrent Multiplier and Exchanger    18 min

AP2, 4-6 Dilute Urine, Concentrated Urine, Diuresis, and Diuretics    20 min

AP2, 4-7 Alcohol as a Diuretic, Renal Clearance, Tubular Max, Solvent Drag    25 min

AP2, 4-8 Fluid Compartments, their Composition, and Movement between     29 min

AP2, 4-9 Thirst Mechanism    10 min

AP2, 4-10 Electrolyte Balance, Potassium    25 min

AP2, 4-11 Electrolyte Balance, Calcium    11 min

AP2, 4-12 Electrolyte Balance, Sodium    18 min

AP2, 4-13 What ifs... and Clinical Applications - IV Solutions    21 min

AP2, 4-14 Acidosis and Alkalosis and several causes    17 min

AP2, 4-15 More causes of Acidosis and Alkalosis    18 min

AP2, 4-16 ABCs of ABGs    26 min

AP2, 4-17 Refresher on Topics Covered on Exam 4    13 min

 

Lectures Leading up to Exam 5

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AP2, 5-1 The Ovarian Cycle    28 min

AP2, 5-2 The Uterine Cycle    17 min

AP2, 5-3 PMS    Aghhhhhh!    15 min

AP2, 5-4 Preeclampsia and Eclampsia    15 min

AP2, 5-5 Lactation    8 min

AP2, 5-6 Gestational DM, Diabetes Insipidus, Labor, P. Previa, P. Abruptio​    15 min

AP2, 5-7 Occlusion of Fetal Vessels and Vascular Shunts    33 min

AP2, 5-8 Birth Defects, Anencephaly, Spina Bifida, FAS   16 min

AP2, 5-9 Climacteric and Menopause    12 min  

 

 

 

 

 

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