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Nursing Tutorials

  • An adventure in Nursing care - Patient care simulations.

  • Anatomy of the Human Circulatory System - The heart is located roughly in the center of the chest cavity. It is covered by a protective membrane, the pericardium.

  • Anatomy of the human heart - Anatomy of The Human Heart. This is a nice, anterior, picture of the human heart.

  • Blaufuss, Multimedia-Heart Sounds & amp; Cardiac Arrhythmias -  Interactive tutorials and tests for aortic and mitral valve disease, and for supraventricular tachycardias using actual patient sounds, video, and custom animations.

  • Critical Care Medicine Tutorials - Developed to help medical residents during their critical care rotations but very useful for nurses as well. Interactive cases include shock, respiratory failure, sepsis, renal failure and ventilation strategy among others.

  • Dosage calculations for nurses - Very comprehensive site for drug calcs.

  • Drug Discrimination Bibliographic Database - Bibliography of resources on the behavioral and neuropharmacological effects of drugs.

  • Human Anatomy Label Me! Printouts - EnchantedLearning.com. For each of the following printouts, first read the definitions, then label the diagram or map. Available in French, Italian, Russian, Swedish, Dutch, German, Portuguese and Spanish.

  • Kidney Transplantation - Discuss the anatomy of kidney (and some anatomy of the abdomen) and the surgical technique for kidney transplantation.

  • List: The Internet Drug Index - Database of drug information, searchable by brand or generic names, symptoms or side effects.

  • NetPharmacology - a collection of web-based hypertext multimedia materials used to teach cardiovascular pharmacology at the University of Utah. These materials were produced by the Department of Pharmacology & Toxicology and the Spencer S. Eccles Medical Library at the University of Utah.

  • Perimenopausal/Menopausal Woman, Case Study LC0003 - The goal of this case study is to improve understanding of the management of women moving through perimenopause into menopause.

  • Pharmacology Math: a Tutorial for Nursing Students - This online tutorial hosted by the Alamo Community College District covers common conversion factors and equivalencies, abbreviations, ratios and proportions, IV and titration, and pediatric pharmacology math. Once you have completed the tutorial, there are online quizzes you can take, with automatic grading.

  • Phlebotomy And Venipuncture - Information on such topics as the history of phlebotomy, the blood collection system, specimen collection for finger puncture and heel sticks for infants, order of draw for multiple tube collections, and performing a routine venipuncture.

  • Rockland Community College Academic Support Center -  The Academic Support Center, located on the lower level of the library, provides academic assistance free of charge to all RCC students. This includes The Tutoring Center and The Test Center.

  • Skull Anatomy Tutorial - All images and maps on this tutorial created and © by J. Crimando, GWCC.

  • Tatiana's Nursing Studio - This is my nursing page.  Check Back for updates. I add new stuff as it is required for school.

  • The Internet Pathology Laboratory for Medical Education - An excellent site containing numerous tutorials on a plethora of topics, such as phlebotomy, breast cancer, diabetes, IBD and many others. Check out the online quizzes!

  • webCAI -  a comprehensive review of pharmacology.

  • Welcome to CyberAnatomy Tutorials - by Dr Donal.Shanahan PhD, Lecture notes - Narrated demonstration (20 minute video) Anatomy of the skull, meninges, femoral triangle, larynx, shoulder, vertebral column, obturator etc.

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