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Khan Academy videos of interest

The first five are from the blood pressure control playlist here, the last one is from the applied math playlist. Steven Farmer dealt with related themes in his pharmacology lectures, but that was from a somewhat different angle. I deliberately omitted the kidney review video in the playlist below because I figured I’ve already covered that stuff here on the blog before. I was surprised to see Rishi do that review in the blood pressure control playlist because I figured a very good video on this topic was already available elsewhere on the site; I didn’t remember that it was Sal who did the first one, and I guess that as the site grows and some branching out takes place it makes sense that even the ‘lecturers’ may occasionally lose track of what other lecturers covered elsewhere on the site. Anyway, there’s no harm done in having two videos on this stuff and overall I’d say there’s a lot to be said for the current structure, with reasonably self-contained units – but enough about that, here are the videos:

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July 1, 2013 - Posted by | Khan Academy, Lectures, mathematics, medicine

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