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D. Dineen and A. Gonzalez
Week 2 - June 28-July 2
Boards and Beyond - Required
List of Boards and Beyond Videos along with length
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This Week: 1 hour 17 minutes total
Sub-Category 02: Obstructive and Restrictive Diseases
- Obstructive Lung Disease - 27 min
Sub-Category 03: Other Pulmonary Topics
- Sleep Apnea - 7 min
- Cystic Fibrosis - 14 min
Sub-Category 02: Acid-Base
- Acid Excretion - 9 min
- Acid-Base Principles - 30 min
Obstructive Lung Disease (OLD): COPD and Persistent Asthma
|Approach to Obstructive Lung Diseases
- Describe the mechanisms by which airflow obstruction may occur, explaining measures of airflow limitation.
- Identify the pathophysiologic consequences of airflow limitation.
- Explain the interventions that may improve airway obstruction.
- Compare and contrast clinical diseases associated with airflow limitation.
|Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD)
- Describe the epidemiology, spectrum, etiology, and pathogenesis of COPD.
- Describe the Current Guidelines for the Diagnosis and Management of COPD.
- Compare and contrast the different clinical phenotypes of COPD.
- Review mechanisms of airflow limitation and apply to COPD.
- Explain the pharmacology of muscarinic antagonists and long-acting beta-agonists
- Describe the epidemiology, natural history, etiologies, stages and pathogenesis of asthma (both in childhood- and adulthood-onsets).
- Explain how trigger factors produce physiologic changes in airway function.
- Differentiate between the classifications of asthma, applying the correct classification of asthma in order to treat appropriately.
- Review mechanisms of airflow limitation and apply to asthma
- Explain the pharmacology of long-acting beta-agonists, inhaled corticosteroids, and biologic agents that affect IgE, IL-5, and IL-4/IL-13.
|Control of Breathing and Acid Base Regulation
- Analyze arterial blood gas results for acid-base status by condition, cause, and compensation.
- Describe central and peripheral chemoreceptors, and their influence on minute ventilation.
- List the cranial nerves by which peripheral chemoreceptors signal CNS breathing centers.
- Describe the ventilatory responses to hypoxia and hypercarbia, and their interactions.
- Describe the ventilatory response to altitude.