Learners use peripheral vascular assessment data to examine characteristics of these four conditions: peripheral arterial disease, deep vein thrombosis, chronic venous insufficiency, and acute arterial occlusion. A matching exercise completes the learning object.
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.
Learners answer questions from a game board with such headings as "It Fractures Me," "Name the Disease," "Complications," and "Interventions." Up to three people can play at one time. Contestants "buzz in" their answers to accumulate points.
In this interactive and animated object, learners examine the action of insulin and other antidiabetic medications. In a drag-and-drop exercise, learners match oral agents with the action they perform. In a separate activity, learners answer questions about the onset of action for different types of insulin.
Learners answer questions about medication 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 assess an accident victim's changing condition and suggest actions that the nurse would take in response to vital signs and lab results regarding the function of Ms. Cindy's kidneys.
In this interactive object, learners review the medication, nursing implications, and client outcomes of gastrointestinal management. For every right answer, the learner earns a square on a tic-tac-toe board while playing against the computer or another contestant.
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.