Rehab Cell

Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation

Tag: university

#02 Biochemistry Buffers Lecture for Kevin Ahern’s BB 450/550

#02 Biochemistry Buffers Lecture for Kevin Ahern’s BB 450/550

Kevin Kevin Ahern: Alright! Good deal. Let’s see. A couple things. Somebody asked if I would send, or several people asked if I would send matching, problems for the 6th edition of the textbook compared to the 7th and I did that and hopefully that’s helpful to you. As I noted in my e-mail, sometimes […]

Virtual Reality Therapy

Virtual Reality Therapy

the program is pretty new at new CAPS it is a virtual reality program and we’re using this technology with students to help them with their fears a lot of those fears could be related to flying fear of public speaking fear of spiders different scenarios in which you know evoke a lot of anxiety […]

Biomedical Sciences at Maastricht University

Biomedical Sciences at Maastricht University

Whenever I have a minor headache, I take an aspirin. There it goes, through the oesophagus to the stomach, and from there, it enters the bloodstream. And now the aspirin does its thing. Most people don’t think twice about this whole process. They just grab an aspirin out of their medicine cabinet and are happy […]

Amputees feel as though their prosthesic limb belongs to their own body

We want to help amputees to use their prosthetic device, and to do this, we tricked the brain into believing that the prosthetic device belongs to the physical body, is actually perceived as their own physical body. What’s really new about our approach is that we can restore the perception of the phantom limb and […]

Enzyme Kinetics

Enzyme Kinetics

– [Voiceover] Enzyme kinetics is a high-yield topic. We give it a four out of five. You really need to understand this before you go into your boards. Enzyme kinetics is the study of enzyme-catalyzed reactions. It’s important to understand because it helps to explain how enzymes work and also predict enzyme behavior in the […]

Giving the Ultimate Gift

Giving the Ultimate Gift

–”Sup, buddy.” –”What’s going on? How are you?” “Good. Missed you.” [Dan Schermerhorn] I’ve been a public safety officer at U of R for 23 years. I always knew I wanted to go into law enforcement because I thought that I would do a really good job at helping people. –”Welcome back” –”What’s going on?” […]

#23 Biochemistry Glycolysis III Lecture for Kevin Ahern’s BB 450/550

Kevin Ahern: How’s everybody doing today? Student: Wunderbar. Kevin Ahern: How was the exam? Student: Good. Student: It was fine. Kevin Ahern: Did I hear, “Good,” “Good,” “Good”? Is that what I heard? Wow! All right. Student: We’ll see if numbers bear that out. Kevin Ahern: We’ll see if numbers bear that out. Comments or […]