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Calcium Channel Blockers made Simple

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jacob bigbi (4 months ago)
great do more slides
Dr.Humayun Kabir (10 months ago)
RONY LMU (10 months ago)
Nice job
Prabhat Kumar (1 year ago)
Great Presentation , Thank You.!
Kaushik Pedamkar (1 year ago)
Great video
brett nibler (1 year ago)
Lots of mistakes, the dihydropyridines are "pines" not "dines and the rest of your mistakes are characterized in previous comments. Makes me wonder if any of the info is accurate though
Mìí ræl (9 months ago)
brett nibler c
aida al-oatti (1 year ago)
this is called reading what is written in the pharmacology book and NOT explaining!
Arya A (1 year ago)
My lecturer is a consultant cardiologist and he told us dihydropyridines can be used to treat angina - dno why or how but it makes me question the credibility of this video.
suhaib dughaim (1 year ago)
keep the good job ! well done
Vysakh Visweswaran (1 year ago)
thank you . very nice presentation
Leo Devasia (1 year ago)
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Leo Devasia (1 year ago)
Longtime use of verapinil need some more clarification about compression calcium... death cause....
ymenik21 (1 year ago)
Fantastic video
Drpreetam prajapati (1 year ago)
great one👍
Karen Moore (1 year ago)
very nice, detailed presentation. easy to understand. thank u!!
Drpreetam prajapati (1 year ago)
thanku and plz make a video on anti retroviral drugs
Kimiko Edgar (2 years ago)
thank you this was very helpful
Yoctan Chusi (2 years ago)
Mukesh Daderwal (2 years ago)
how i can create my own video ? please help
Hala Sayed (2 years ago)
verapamil is non selective
فكرة thought (2 years ago)
Hi Hala
Aarne Harvey (2 years ago)
um... not it's not. Verapamil is a Phenylalkylamine class.
Aftab Ahmed (2 years ago)
nice expression
Massimo Santochi (2 years ago)
Thanks for the vid but ca-channel blockers cause reduced levels of calcium in the cells, so their complication is not atrial or ventricular fibrillation but possibly AV block or Hypotension instead. Sooo yeah
Tracey McCosh (3 years ago)
hi, great video, but when going through the pacemaker action potential you have the calcium channel types around the wrong way. T channels open to get to potential and L type open to give the influx and the action potential.
Iyare Evbuomwan (3 years ago)
nice one
Dung Huỳnh (3 years ago)
thank you so much!
Dr. Anubha kr (3 years ago)
Very informative
mtriggs72 (3 years ago)
Great information
Ghiwa Nasserddine (3 years ago)
thank you so much ! i am a second year pharmacy student and i think this helped me a lot!
Swapnil Gaikwad (3 years ago)
Thank you so much.
Ninad Nimsarkar (3 years ago)
Pls make more videos
Ninad Nimsarkar (3 years ago)
Sixto Gonzalez (3 years ago)
Excellent video. Thanks
MultiMusik4 (3 years ago)
Thank you so much for this...
Giorgio Vantaggio (3 years ago)
Wow! Love it! Very helpful!
Alex Finch (3 years ago)
mall correction at 10:45; I think  you mean v.fib not a. fib. Wonderful video!
Idealse Limited (3 years ago)
Well presented. Thank you
marion lewis (3 years ago)
Thank you so much. I needed this presentation to understand.
YoutubeBox1881 (3 years ago)
A small correction. Diltiazem is a Benzothiazepine and not a benzodiazepine. Great video otherwise. Thank you!
Jennifer Melman (3 years ago)
+megasam1881 you're right even in my pharm textbook its written as benzodiazepine-diltiazam. strange
課堂影片備份 (3 years ago)
Wow this is a gem!
NoritaLinda (3 years ago)
Thanks again. Beautiful explanation !
Qubais Alobeidi (3 years ago)
thank u very much ,,for me was very very very very useful )) big big kisses for u 
Min Htut (3 years ago)
very very useful, pls tell us some more about antihypertensives
Van Phan (3 years ago)
Thanks so much ! It's very helpful and easy to remember. 
Jose Lopez (4 years ago)
could you do a video on drug interaction with each others and why it occurs the way it does, example is phenegran which potentiates the effects of morphine
RaviRaja Muddana (4 years ago)
Thank you so Much...Cleared my doubts regarding this topic...Plz do 1 on anasthetics.Plz
GURUDATTA AMIN (4 years ago)
vipula shah (4 years ago)
U tought it in such a way that complicated things becomes easy all d way.Thank u mam!!
Rosha Paudel (4 years ago)
Thank you,,it was very helpful :))
Mhavie Mejia (4 years ago)
thank you so much! I am a pharma student and this one is very helpful. 
Suneetha Yeddanapudi (4 years ago)
This is really very useful! Thanks a ton! Can you please make a video on Dihydropyridines.. if possible.
michael ray (4 years ago)
Thank you so much. Very helpful. 
100lyric (4 years ago)
so happy you like my effort
Dr. Tarek Rafei (4 years ago)
Thank you!
Sharon Newton (4 years ago)
Hello, This was very helpful. When you wrote that prolonged use of verapamil can cause "afib" and death...did you mean ventricular fibrillation? Sharon 
I noticed this too....
jghadiali1 (4 years ago)
thanks a lot for your video -- I'm currently a MSII and I found it very helpful.
100lyric (4 years ago)
My pleasure...glad you liked it...keep up the good work
iraq (5 years ago)
please prolonge use of verapimil cause sudden death due to ventricular fibrillation or atrial fibrillation thank you very much
Matthew (5 years ago)
This is a brilliant video, thank :)
Ishika Patel (5 years ago)
Really Good..Thank you :)
Tarini Veerappan (5 years ago)
its really good...thnk u ..!!
Envoy's Corridor (5 years ago)
Awesome, thanks! I kept forgetting which CCBs are DHP and non-DHP, then had a *facepalm* moment when you mentioned the '-dipine' suffix. Oh jeez...
student4ever (5 years ago)
@10:00-10::33 you say when Ca gets trapped in side the Pacemaker and Ventricular cell it lead to contraction and so prolong use of Verapamil would cause ventricular contraction, but then you end up saying Atrial fib???
BN F (5 years ago)
It is wonderful :) thanks
Roshanrahim2000 (5 years ago)
Very informative. Thank you :)
Clement Tan (5 years ago)
Hey! Great video! Excellent for revision. It could be shorter though but no complains this is good thumbs up. And at 7:03, should it be K+ leaving via K+ channels to repolarise the pacemaker cells ?
Tukangserbabisa (5 years ago)
thx for those great videos. helps a lot
skaai (5 years ago)
thank you. I was unclear about whether T or L type calcium channels do what where, but I will seek out your other videos as you say they explain this. As an aside, you should try labeling your images (like the APs)... though it might seem obvious, some of us dummies forgot which one belonged to what, so a little label keeps us from stopping the video to go wikipedia the answer... nevertheless, excellent and concise, thanks!

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