Antiarrhythmic Drugs45 minutes

Here's a sample video from our cardiology section. Antiarrhytmic drugs can be a challenging subject. Volumes have been written about this drug class and many resources are either too basic or excessively detailed. In this video, Dr. Ryan explains the level of detail you need to know for the USMLE Step 1 exam. After watching it, many students tell us these drugs make sense to them for the first time.

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