Students read and test themselves on the conditions that cause specific acid/base imbalances.
Differentiating Acid-Base Disturbances
By Kathleen Lee
Through the use of symbols and words, the learner reviews the etiologies, symptoms, and treatment of respiratory and metabolic acid-base disturbances.
By Colleen Lace
Learners identify five common types of open wounds: abrasions, avulsions, incisions, lacerations, and puncture wounds.
Mae's Illness: A Medical Imaging Case Study
By Kay Parish
In this learning object, learners will follow the illness of an 83-year-old woman, noting changes in her condition and ordering the appropriate medical imaging studies needed to inform her physicians about both her progress and her treatment options.
A Typical Animal Cell (Video)
By Becky Polk-Pohlman
In this video, learners view the parts of an animal cell and its organelles.
By Barbara Liang
Learners read a general description of the function and structure of leaves and examine drawings and microscopic views. A matching exercise completes the learning object.
pH and Its Basic Principles
By Joan Kornitz
In this animated object, learners view hydrogen and hydroxide ions in a solution. A brief quiz on the basic principles of the term pH completes the activity.
By Kristine Snow
Learners view video clips demonstrating acid-fast staining procedures. Correctly stained slides are shown. The learning object includes two matching exercises.
By Martha Bryan, Linda Lockshin
Students read about how acid/base balance affects a person's health. This activity includes animation.
Acid-Base Imbalances and Their Etiologies
In this interactive object, the learner matches various disorders to the acid-base disturbances they cause.
Properties of Exponents: Multiplication Rule - Set 2
You'll practice solving problems using the rule for multiplying powers with the same base.
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