MedCram helps out Cambodia with Alliance for International Medicine

MedCram partnership with Alliance for International Medicine MedCram has partnered with Alliance for International Medicine (AIM) to provide training in lung ultrasound to Cambodian physicians using MedCram’s ultrasound series done by Dr. Joshua Jacquet.  They are working in conjunction with Steven Rhondeau MD, an adjunct Assistant Professor at the University of Utah Center for Global…

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Infrared lights prevents dementia?

  In this video, Dr. Roger Seheult of MedCram discusses a recent study that used near-infrared light in mice that had diet-induced obesity and looked at the surrogate markers of neuroinflammation in the brain. The study wanted to see if infrared light could reduce inflammation in the brain. Near-infrared light We have known for a…

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Forever Chemicals PFAS, PFOA, PFOS, BPA, Explained Clearly

In this video, Roger Seheult, MD of MedCram discusses a topic coined “forever chemicals.”  What are “forever chemicals?” This is a term that was coined by Professor Joseph Allen to describe technologically advanced substances that are used in a multitude of areas including in nonstick pans, fire retardant clothing, and other products that “don’t break…

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Gun Violence and Mental Health Clearly Explained

In this video, Roger Seheult, MD of MedCram explains the statistics of gun violence and discusses it as it relates to mental health and how health care professionals can approach and deal with the effects of gun violence.   Gun violence statistics In the U.S., deaths from guns are on par with deaths from car accidents…

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Recognize and Treat Chemical Weapons: Sarin Gas

In this video, Roger Seheult, MD of MedCram discusses chemical weapons and their effects on the human body and how to treat them if you are medical personnel in the field. He discusses sarin gas specifically.  This was used in the last 20-30 years in warfare. Sarin gas was used in Tokyo, Japan in 1995…

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Flipping the classroom

Flipping the classroom

Flipping the classroom  In this video, Dr. Seheult from MedCram interviews Dr. Rishi Desai from Osmosis and explores flipping the classroom. Per Dr. Seheult, he is one of the original pioneers of flipping the classroom during his work with Khan Academy. Dr. Desai discusses how he feels the best doctors are those who come up…

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“Vacuum Bomb” Thermobaric Weapons Assessment

Thermobaric weapons

“Vacuum Bomb” Thermobaric Weapons Assessment In this video, Roger Seheult, MD of MedCram analyzes the use of thermobaric weapons in the war in Ukraine. This information may help medical teams in managing those types of injuries sustained in warfare. A review article from 2000 discusses the ramifications of thermobaric weapons.  Dr. Seheult discusses the composition…

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New COVID-19 Pandemic Lectures — Videos 81-83

  We’ve got three new COVID-19 lectures and our third recorded question-and-answer session with MedCram’s co-founders, Dr. Roger Seheult and Kyle Allred. These lectures focus on hydroxychloroquine, vitamin D, racial disparities in COVID-19, and fructose’s role in oxidative stress. Read on for details and links to studies, lectures, and more!   New Data on Hydroxychloroquine…

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Vaping Associated Lung Injury Outbreak – UPDATE 3

Over the past couple of months, MedCram has been reporting on newsworthy articles regarding the vaping-related lung injury outbreak. Just this week, the medical community received more breaking news on the topic with the release of the first long-term e-cigarette usage study. If you need a refresher on the vaping associated lung injury information we’ve…

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