An Osmosis Video: Congestive Heart Failure (CHF) Explained


  1. Isn't it a pressure build-up and not a volume build up that leads to the concentric hypertrophy in the rightsided heartfailure? @10:45

  2. impressed. a complex and important topic explained in an organized, intelligible and delightful way. this is why I really don't wanna go to the classroom anymore.

  3. Excellent way to teach but too fast when it comes to giving explanations. It would be good to go more slowly, when the narrator speaks, to understand better. It's a suggestion, thank you.

  4. i wouldnt say aortic stenosis causes diastolic heart failure. it doesnt make sense. it actually leads to reduced ejection fraction. aortic stenosis alone is not correct @7:31.
    hypertrophic cardiomyopathy yes, it does cause diastolic heart failure. in hypertrophic cardimyopathy does have thickening of the heart and narrowing of the aortic valve which then causes the unchanged EF. this however doesnt mean that narrowing of the aortic valve by stenosis will also cause diastolic failure.

  5. My professor refuses to post anything online after class.
    I love how Iโ€™m able to watch this as many times as I want! It hit all the points my professor taught in class. Thank you!!

  6. Bro,you have nailed it completely!!! U take care of little details and assume that the viewer does not know anything. This is the best part of your videos. I support you and your channel. Wish you all the very best in your endeavours!

  7. question: at 11:00, why would hypoxia cause pulmonary arterioles to constrict? i thought low o2 levels cause vasodilation?

  8. Its jst take only 10 minutes to understand whole scenario of disease….i think this is the best way of smart, and conceptual study..!! First i see osmosis video thn start reading topics in books ….i feel like revision in first attempts…hope for more videos…!! Thanks a lot sir..! ๐Ÿ˜ƒ Keep it up ..!

  9. how is aortic stenosis causing diastolic HF? isnt aortic stenosis considered systolic murmur ??? thank u

  10. I have calcified left valve, CAD type2 diabetes, bra right foot normalized blood pressure without drugs. Can't tolerate blood pressure or cholesterol meds. Atorvastatin worst drug ever. Ace inhibitors make me to dizzy and tired as well. Just try diet and lots of walking. Heart doc doesn't listen. Now cataracts may be blind in one eye. Why bother to take care of myself. Just keep losing more and more function. Thanks for health information.

  11. Excellent video. very well explained. osmosis was one of the reasons y i understood and passed my medicine paper in 3rd year.

  12. Very great videos from you guys, but i will advice you reduce the speed at which you talk and move, its going to help a lot, we wouldn't have to keep moving back all the time

  13. A new subscriber!
    Slow down the pace a little bit please.
    Itโ€™s very hard for people who are studying at midnight for their exams next day ๐Ÿฅต

  14. They said that a right to left shunt would cause concentric hypertrophy and this really confused me because i thought that concentric hypertrophy is usually due to pressure overload… and a shunt would be a volume overload, causing eccentric hypertrophy… would you mind being a pal and helping out a medical student with exams in a few days

  15. The queen of England got all her total idiots and shipped them off to the Americas. Slavery Indian reservations and the rest of all that bullshit. I dont give a fuck who you are .my scale is located in my PRISON so you dont have to make 2 trips.

  16. Thank you for this easy to understand video to cover such a complected topic. Judging by the sheer volume of information in this video I know a lot of time and work went into preparing this 14 minutes video.

  17. I work as a medical assistant at a cardiology clinic and this is by far the most clear and thorough explanation of heart failure I've ever seen/heard! This will help me better explain it to my patients. Thank you guys!

  18. This is a masterpiece thank you thank you thank you thank you thank you !!!! You summarized hundreds of slides in multiple courses in very precise detailed explanation thank you again thank you

  19. I want to let you all know that this is an absolutely extraordinary explanation of congestive heart failure! Thank y'all so much!

  20. Thank you so much!ย  I needed the visual aid to help me understand what is going on inside me. And THANK YOU for the "crackling" sound effects. I made mention of the sound of gurgling to my cardiologist and he just sat and stared at me and didn't say a word. I felt so stupid and figured it was another one of those things that happens and no one believes you when you tell them about it. But now I know I'm not stupid!ย  It really is happening and more importantly can be explained! Thank you ever so much for your explanation!

  21. Hey Osmosis please make a playlist so that we can find videos easily.please!!
    I really like your way of teaching that's why I'm telling you about this.
    Love u from Kumbhalgarh Fort(India)๐ŸŒŸ

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