An introduction to a 2 hr course on basic fluid mechanics, with an emphasis on common medical applications. For those studying to get into medical school, the course will cover about half of MCAT 2015 Foundational Concept 4b (“Importance of fluids for the circulation of blood, gas movement, and gas exchange”).

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