Group 32 – Probiotics: A randomized synbiotic trial to prevent sepsis in rural India


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11 Responses to Group 32 – Probiotics: A randomized synbiotic trial to prevent sepsis in rural India

  1. Reagan says:

    Your audio was really good and clear! You all did a great job of relating the study back to the metabolism module we studied in class. Really liked the visuals!

  2. David says:

    Very clear audio, great visuals on the whiteboard, and clear and helpful information. This video was very well done.

  3. Nylah says:

    I really liked this video, I could follow along very well and I understood everything. The visuals were creative and it was informative. Nice job! (The video had low quality but regardless it was good)

  4. Soham says:

    Definitely great video, easy to follow, and clear to the point. Quality could have been a bit better, but it does not offset the understanding of the video and the content.

  5. Victoria says:

    Great visuals and audio! The study mentioned seems very promising!

  6. Madison says:

    video quality was pretty blurry. Voiceover was really good, and visuals as well

  7. Savannah says:

    This video was done very well. Everything could be heard and seen very clearly. All of the visuals helped aid the understanding of the concepts discussed in the research conducted.

  8. Amanda says:

    I really liked the drawings! Your explanations were very clear and easy to follow.

  9. Alyssa says:

    Great visuals that were incorporated into the video and great connections made to the units from class! (Maybe a few more details/slightly more thorough explanation of the connections could have been added) At times, it felt a little rushed like when showing the figure but otherwise, the video was informative and well executed.

  10. Anthony says:

    Great artistic ability really made the video fun to watch. For example, the drawings of the hospitals and babies was great in my opinion.

  11. Pratima says:

    Overall, the video was very high quality in terms of the visuals, audio, and information.

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