Body Bits - Laminated 8.5 x 11 Placemat or Mini-Poster
Get to know your body with this awesome placemat of 50 of your favorite guts and glands. Each body bit has a brief description of what it is and what it does. Great way to start talking anatomy with your kids -- NOTE: this placemat includes EVERYTHING, including vaginas, penises, testicles, prostates, rectums and other things you may or may not want to explain to curious children at this point in time. We feel these are body parts just like any other body part -- as normal as your left elbow…
Common Clinical Nutrition Labs | Nutrition Cheat Sheets
This handout is for dietitians and dietetic interns who need to remember how to interpret nutrition labs. Download this PDF and never forget lab work again.
Can’t Miss ECG Findings Cards for the Emergency Medicine Provider - StudyPK
A high yield, on-shift resource to help Emergency Department providers spot subtle, high-risk ECG findings including Brugada, WPW, HCM, and ARVD. Use this card as a checklist to methodically ensure you are not missing any electrocardiographic evidence of red-flag conditions.
Nursing Health Assessment of the Respiratory System
9 Tips for performing a Nursing Health Assessment of the Respiratory System. As with any other system, knowing possible symptoms and how to focus the interview and physical assessment is an important skill for nursing students to have.
Mai on Instagram: “A cute kidney injury indeed. This one still unfinished, but “Normal Stanley” and his unfortunate friends wanted to wish you a happy Friday.…”
3,004 Likes, 46 Comments - Mai (@maidoodles) on Instagram: “A cute kidney injury indeed. This one still unfinished, but “Normal Stanley” and his unfortunate…”
Fullscreen Page | hansonsanatomy
Hanson's Anatomy - Detailed and colorful medical school study guides. All the anatomy & medical notes I created to get through med school and residency
Dr. Katy Hanson on Instagram: “Ever looked at a fetal heart tracing and had no idea what you’re looking at? If you answered yes you would not be alone...luckily I have…”
499 Likes, 4 Comments - Dr. Katy Hanson (@hansonsanatomy) on Instagram: “Ever looked at a fetal heart tracing and had no idea what you’re looking at? If you answered yes…”
The Cranial Nerves (Organization of the Central Nervous System) Part 4
Cranial Nerves of the Pons and Midbrain Associated With the Control of Eye Movements Abducens Nerve (Cranial Nerve VI) Components: GSE. The abducens nerve is a pure motor nerve whose principal function is to move the eye laterally (i.e., abduct […]