Anatomy of the Ear
By Donna Matusewic
The student identifies the anatomical parts of the ear and learns the purpose and function of these parts. A review follows the lesson.
Treating Electrical Shock Victims
By Terry Bartelt, Pat Jensen
Explore the step-by-step procedures to rescue and care for electrical shock victims.
Carbohydrate Digestion (Screencast)
By Wendy Dusek
In this screencast, learners examine the steps of carbohydrate digestion.
The Upper and Lower Motor Neurons (Screencast)
By Barbara Liang
In this screencast, learners examine the function and location of the motor neurons and the damage that can result when they are injured.
Arterial Blood Gas (Screencast)
By Martha Bryan, Linda Lockshin
Students read an explanation of the values used for arterial blood gas analysis.
Calibrating a Thermometer
By Kristy Norenberg
In this animated activity, students read directions on how to calibrate a thermometer.
Glucose Metabolism for the Endocrine System (Screencast)
In this screencast, learners read about the seven hormones that help regulate blood glucose.
Superficial Skeletal Muscles (Screencast)
By Gerald Heins
In this screencast, learners read descriptions of the actions of the superficial skeletal muscles and see their locations.
Analyzing Medical Terms: Urinary System
By Patricia Cline
Students identify the meaning of urinary system word parts to analyze and define medical terms.
By Kathleen Sellnow
The learner will be able to see bacteria growth on common medical office surfaces.
Blood Collection Tubes: What's in Them?
By Tina Golden
In this interactive object, learners review descriptions of various blood collection tube additives. They then test their knowledge by matching the different tubes to their corresponding additives.
The Anxiety Monster and How to Tame It
By Wendy Noble
In this animated object, learners examine what anxiety is, how it affects people, and ways to manage it.
Causes and Medical Treatment of Hip Fractures
By Ann Jadin
Learners examine the factors that contribute to hip fractures including osteoarthritis, osteoporosis, and osteomalacia.
Acid/Base Balance (Screencast)
Students read about how acid/base balance affects a person's health. This activity includes animation.
Dietary Manager Training: Cooling Foods Using an Ice Water Bath
In this animated learning object, learners read about the proper handling of foods that contain the nutrients and water that bacteria require for growth.
The Dental X-ray Tubehead
By Joan Rohrer
Learners examine the components of the x-ray tubehead, a sealed, heavy metal housing that contains the x-ray tube that produces dental x-rays. This object is designed to help students understand the functions and safety features of the tubehead.
The Skull (Screencast)
By Eileen Bouchard
In this screencast, we'll view the 10 major bones of the skull and read a description of each bone.
Anatomy of the Lungs (Screencast)
Learners examine the anatomical parts of the lungs.
Classification of Joints
In this animated object, learners examine the different types of joints and their movements.
Assessing Cranial Nerves
By Carrie Thompson
In this highly interactive and animated object, learners complete three exercises to identify the cranial nerves and their functions.
Glands of the Endocrine System
By Robert Formanek
Learners identify nine glands in a matching exercise.
Causes and Risk Factors of Cerebral Vascular Accidents
In this interactive object, the learner examines the causes, symptoms, and risk factors associated with a stroke. The terms "thrombus," "emboli," and "hemorrhage" are defined. A self-assessment of risk factors completes the activity.
Nerve Action (Screencast)
In this animated object, learners examine how the sensory, motor, mixed, and reflex nerves work in the human body.
The Parts of a Wheelchair (Screencast)
By Patricia Holz
In this screencast, students view a basic wheelchair and identify its parts.
Pathology of Cardiac Disease (Screencast)
In this animated activity, learners examine the symptoms of four cardiac conditions: coronary artery disease, myocardial infarction, congestive heart failure, and valvular disease.