Currently unavailable: for regular students
Degree: Medicine And Surgery - MBChB (Bachelors) - Birmingham University
Graduating highschool with many distinctions I went on to become a medical student at the University of Birmingham. Having excelled in my interview (gaining the top rank in Motivation and Experience) I went on immediately to become the 1st year academic representative and have held this role for 3 consecutive years. I am now a third year clinical student currently holding a wealth of different positions such as the Curriculum and Welfare Committee where I work with many staff (such as the medical admissions tutor and programme director) to ensure a continual development in the entrance, progress and graduation of students. I hold various positions within many societies and have recently started working with an online medical education startup.
- Delivering revision lectures on whole modules to pre-clinical cohorts
- Delivering interactive sessions on Evidence-based Medicine
- Personal mentor for students during highschool for both GCSE and Alevel subjects
- Personal mentor for students on the process of applying to medical school and ensuring the best chances of excess as well as excelling at the BMAT/UKCAT.
What I can do for you
I can mentor you for the following subjects at both GCSE/A-level standard:
Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Psychology, Business Studies
I can also provide personal tailored guidance for applying to medical schools across the country (as well as internationally), excelling at the entrance exams as well as making the most of your time at university.
3A* & 1A at A-level (Mathematics, Physics, Biology and Chemistry respectively) as well as a further A at AS-Level (Psychology)
8A* 1A at IGCSE (Mathematics, English Literature, Biology, Chemistry, Physics, ICT, History, Business Studies and Spanish respectively)
Please feel free to message me for any queries.
|Biology||A Level||£30 /hr|
|Chemistry||A Level||£30 /hr|
|Maths||A Level||£30 /hr|
|Physics||A Level||£30 /hr|
|Psychology||A Level||£30 /hr|
|-Medical School Preparation-||Mentoring||£30 /hr|
|-Personal Statements-||Mentoring||£30 /hr|
|.BMAT (BioMedical Admissions)||Uni Admissions Test||£30 /hr|
|.UKCAT.||Uni Admissions Test||£30 /hr|
Riccardo (Student) November 20 2016
Annie (Student) April 30 2016
Amanda (Parent) November 20 2016
Aortic stenosis is a narrowing of the valve within the aorta (the main branch coming off the heart to supply the body with blood).
There are three main symtpoms patients will experience with this condition. This can be remembered by the mneumonic "SAD".
Firstly, they are at risk of "Syncope", which just means they can suffer from blackouts. This occurs because the constriction in the aorta means there is reduced blood flow to the brain. This causes the brain to shutdown and thus patients collapse. This is a protective mechanism to ensure the patient's head falls below the level of their heart so that the heart does not have to spend extra energy to pump against the force of gravity. This can then lead to a return in blood flow to the brain!
The second symptom is "Angina". This is just a fancy term to mean chest pain that arises due to a lack of blood flow to the heart. The blood vessels supplying the heart (coronary arteries) arise after the aortic valve. As there is a restriction in this valve, any blood flow after it is reduced including in the coronary arteries. As a result, the heart itself has a reduced blood flow and can not maintain its pumping function leading to oxygen starvation in the heart tissue which in turn leads to pain!
Lastly, patients will experience "Dyspnoea", again a fancy term just to mean short of breath! As the body is suffering from a reduced blood flow as a result of the constriction, the only way to improve oxygen delivery to tissues is by increasing the amount of oxygen within the blood itself and thus by increasing the rate of breathing!
As easy as S A D!see more