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Your Digital Colleague and Teaching Companion

MedCrave Group steps forward in to online videos publication in all the Journals. As a videos publisher, MedCrave is your digital colleague and teaching companion. MedCrave online videos cover a wide variety of subjects, ranging from blog videos to surgery videos.

Types of MedCrave Videos Include:

  • Science Videos
  • Medical Videos
  • Engineering Videos
  • Operation Videos
  • Surgery Videos
  • Case Studies Videos
  • Blog Videos
  • Promotional Videos

MedCrave science videos deliver clear and concise information about the latest breakthroughs in science and technology. Videos cover the gamut in topics, from basic biology to genetics. Science videos may include information about the opening of hadron therapy centers or someday announce new gene splicing technologies.

Medical videos also cover a large span of topics and might include discussions of the rare but challenging tracheal agenesis, for example, or discuss latent autoimmune diabetes in adults. Case studies videos add authenticity to nearly any scientific message, while promotional videos help upstarts and established researchers get the recognition and funding they need.

Videos publishing take a great deal of expertise and the right tools but the benefits are significant. Peer-reviewed scientific video protocols accelerate medical, biological, chemical and physical research. MedCrave online videos provide visual learning solutions that increase productivity, reproducibility and efficiency of knowledge transfer. MedCrave videos undergo an editing and peer-review process that assures dissemination of information that is accurate, concise, and appealing to the eye.

In short, MedCrave Group videos provide the informative content viewers crave, and help scientists and engineers get their research published. Current titles include Unilateral Sensitive Spinal Anesthesia. Case Report and Bilateral, painless, reproducible, reversible sublingual glands herniation through mylohyoid muscles defect on modified valsalva manoeuvre. A link to published text accompanies each video.

There are many benefits to publishing in video format as compared with traditional print. Research shows that 60 percent of people prefer video to reading and that video content is more memorable than written content. Video allows for quicker comprehension of complex scientific concepts. Videos are highly reproducible, especially in the age of sharing on the internet, and this reproducibility increases productivity and expands dissemination of research information.

MedCrave Group is the videos publisher researchers and scientists rely on for widespread dissemination of and access to scientific and medical information in video format.