شرح مرض الربو من سبب نشوءه الى علاجه
- Understanding basic terms in English
In this short course we will understand what is asthma and what is the pathophysiology behind it, how it presents and all modalities of treatment.
Asthma is a lung disease that makes it harder to move air in and out of your lungs.
Asthma is chronic. In other words, you live with it every day.
It can be serious, even life-threatening.
There is no cure for asthma, but it can be managed so you live a normal, healthy life.
With asthma, the airways in your lungs are often swollen or inflamed. This makes them extra sensitive to things that you are exposed to in the environment every day, or asthma "triggers." A trigger could be a cold or the weather, or things in the environment, such as dust, chemicals, smoke and pet dander.
When you breathe in a trigger, the insides of your airways swell even more. This narrows the space for the air to move in and out of the lungs. The muscles that wrap around your airways also can tighten, making breathing even harder. When that happens, it's called an asthma flare-up, asthma episode or asthma "attack."
Asthma can start at any age. Sometimes, people have asthma when they are very young and as their lungs develop, the symptoms go away, but it's possible that it will come back later in life. Sometimes people get asthma for the first time when they are older.
Who this course is for:
- Beginner (students in any medical field)
- 12:19Part 1
- 19:19Part 2
- 17:15Part 3
- 12:46Part 4
- 28:53Part 5
Abdulazziz AL-Sosy, is a medical doctor graduated from medical school of university of jordan.
I have 7 years teaching experience in medical teaching centers and online teaching as well.
I realized with experience that the biggest obstacle to learning medicine is the mental block some students have when it comes to the subject. However, I believe make it simple it will be easy, just try to make it fun!! Believe in yourself you will be unstoppable.