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Pathophysiology of hypoxia

Based on Dr Najeeb's lecture on Hypoxia, this poster is intended to provide a brief overview of the diverse causes contributing to the pathophysiology of hypoxia. I have a Powerpoint version of this that I can email in case people are having difficulties viewing/printing the poster.
Authored By Khalid Khan on Monday 11th May 2015

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Asra Alwandi
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Medical Student - St. George's, University of London
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Posted over 4 years ago
Looks great! This poster gives a very comprehensive overview of different causes of hypoxia. Is it possible if, perhaps, you add some of the cellular changes that occur as a result of hypoxia, such as hypoxic vasoconstriction, increased ventilatory drive?
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Khalid Khan
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Medical Student - University of Nottingham
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Posted over 4 years ago
Hi Asra. Thanks for the comment. Ideally, I would have wanted to also give a clinical definition of hypoxia, as well as show cellular changes such as hypoxia-induced cell injury etc. Unfortunately, the poster was already getting a bit too large in size, w
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Sarosh Kamal
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Junior Doctor, Clinical Research Associate
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Posted over 4 years ago
This is great khalid! thanks for sharing do you have similar posters of other signs/symptoms?
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Khalid Khan
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Medical Student - University of Nottingham
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Posted over 4 years ago
Thank you Sarosh. I want to work on a similar one for Heart Failure when time permits.
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Khalid Khan
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Medical Student - University of Nottingham
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Posted over 4 years ago
The poster is probably best viewed by saving it as a JPEG and then opening the file with your internet browser, which will enable you to enlarge to original size such that the text boxes are legible. If considering printing, I would suggest the followi
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Khalid Khan
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Medical Student - University of Nottingham
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Posted over 4 years ago
Note: 11. Peripheral Vascular Disease: Arterial Supply should say: "e.g. due to thrombus formation following disruption of complicated atheroma".
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