Learners read a brief introduction to monosaccharides, disaccharides, and polysaccharides. The processes for dehydration synthesis and hydrolysis are shown.
The learner listens to the pronunciation of medical terms using a "jukebox" to select the terms.
Learners review and reinforce their knowledge of brain anatomy and function. They complete an exercise matching brain terms with their functions.
In this interactive object, learners review the major parts of the skeletal system by clicking on the correct term as each bone or joint is highlighted on a skeleton.
Learners answer questions from a game board with the headings "Pituitary," "Thyroid," and "Adrenal." Up to three people can play at one time. Contestants "buzz in" their answers to accumulate points.
In this interactive object, learners will match the muscle names to their corresponding locations in the human body.
In this interactive object, learners identify a variety of prevention activities as primary, secondary, or tertiary.
Learners answer questions about drugs and "buzz-in" their responses to accumulate points. Up to three people can play at one time on the game board.
In this interactive object, learners identify nursing actions that help to prevent the spread of infection.
In this interactive exercise, learners review definitions of 26 terms and then test their knowledge in a matching exercise. Only six terms are included in the quiz; however, if the learner clicks “Restart,” more terms appear in random order.
In this animated object, learners examine the structure and function of intracellular and extracellular fluid. They also read about the most common electrolytes in the body and complete a matching exercise to test their knowledge.
In this interactive object, learners review case studies and identify complex arterial blood gases.
In this animated activity, learners practice listening and counting the apical pulse of adults, children, and infants.
Learners consider the Apgar scores for several fictitious newborns. They are then given an Apgar score and proceed to create a situation in which a newborn would receive that rating.
In this interactive object, learners identify the symptoms of fluid volume excess and fluid volume deficit.
The user completes a fill-in-the-blank exercise to review the anatomy of the heart.
In this interactive object, learners review respiratory system terminology and then match the terms with their definitions in a drag-and-drop exercise.
In this animated and interactive object, learners identify musculoskeletal fractures.
Learners examine a CBC and study the functions of blood cells, the normal range for each item on the CBC, and possible reasons for increases or decreases from the normal range.
Learners follow an EMT response at a high school involving a patient who complains of having difficulty breathing. In this detailed activity, learners examine response procedures, resources, and medications.
Students read about the importance of the Apgar score in assessing the newborn after delivery. Each sign of the Apgar score is identified with illustrations to help the student recognize the proper rating.
In this animated and interactive object, learners conduct an experiment online to illustrate how a greater number of particles in a "vessel" increases osmotic pressure.
Through the use of symbols and words, the learner reviews the etiologies, symptoms, and treatment of respiratory and metabolic acid-base disturbances.
In this interactive object, students view the various positions used during medical examinations. They then match the names of the positions with the correct images and with their descriptions.
In this animated and interactive object, learners identify the parts of the cardiovascular system and examine blood flow.