welcome to another MedCram lecture we’re going to talk about the liver there’s been some requests to go over the liver and we’re going to look over this and in terms of an overview and I first like to start with the anatomy so if you can imagine the liver
In the rest of our tour on the digestive system we’ll talk about the organs that have the greatest amount of misinformation out there about them. So we’ll talk about some common misconceptions about the digestive system. So, the next organ on our tour is the stomach. The stomach can
Voiceover: All right, great. So, now we have all of our monomers ready to be absorbed. How does the absorption process work? Let’s take a look. So, now we’re so close. We’ve got all of our monomers, but we need to figure out how the heck are we going to
Professor Dave again, let’s digest some food. We just completed our understanding of how we take in oxygen from the atmosphere and distribute it around the body, but our cells need more than just oxygen. We need nutrients to sustain our bodily functions, which means we need to eat food.
Dumping syndrome is a very common complication following gastric and esophageal surgeries. Also known as rapid gastric emptying, dumping syndrome is a condition in which undigested food moves too quickly from the stomach to the small intestine. In other words, food gets “dumped” into the intestine before being properly digested.
before watching the video don’t forget to click subscribe button below and click bell icon to notified you about publishing new videos channel natural treatment and home remedies presents video on digestive juices or Enzymes how your digestive system works through these digestive juices/enzymes the digestive system includes many organs
Voiceover: Did you know that the stomach flu can make you temporarily lactose intolerant? It’s true. So, in this video, we will talk about how that happens. And in detail, how the small intestine works. So, as a review, once you put food into your oral cavity or your mouth,
You know, we’ve been talking about a lot of serious stuff here lately. Heart failure. Respiratory gas exchange. People with holes in their stomachs. Nachos. Some might say I’ve even been flaunting my ability to eat, digest, and enjoy a plate of chips and melted cheese. And I wouldn’t blame
Oh hi! I hope you don’t mind that I’m eating. This is actually just my first course. For my birthday, the writers wrote me a script where I just get to eat! The whole time! And I can’t think of a better way to demonstrate the workings of the digestive