Understanding Jugular Venous Pressure (JVP)

This video contains a detailed and simplified explanation of what the JVP is, how it can be helpful in assessing the function of the right side of the heart and what each aspect of the waveform means.

This video is intended to help with the education and understanding of students of healthcare professions only and is not medical advice. For medical advice see your doctor or other healthcare professional. Whilst significant effort has been taken to make the information accurate it cannot be guaranteed.

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  1. Fantastic video, very clear

  2. Beautifully explained thanks a ton 😁

  3. Your a brilliant teacher ❤️ thank you for explaining this in such detail ❤️

  4. Appreciate

  5. Excellent presentation sir… your own concepts are clear, hence you teach in a much simpler way….

  6. thank you very much, you are the best! very well explain

  7. Great video! I did learn alot

  8. you are amazing sir…thanks

  9. Great video! Large v-waves can also be from ventricular contraction against a stiff non-compliant right atrium.

  10. Wow. Amazing video. Simple yet elegant. Thank you very much.

  11. Now this is how the topic should be taught…. absolutely stunning

  12. Very well explained, thank you!

  13. Great expalnation, thanks 👏💙

  14. thank u so much i understand it i love u

  15. This was really helpful. Thank you.

  16. Thanks a ton, very precise and simple way of presentation. It's been years I have been searching for such simple stuff. What's the software you use for the animations?

  17. You are my savior of my cardiology study. Thanks a lot

  18. Such nice explanation and big thankyou

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