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This module covers the normal physiology of acidbase, buffering systems, and reaction of the body to changes in acid-base... see more

This includes animations that demonstrate how decreased blood volume stimulates the release of ADH (Antidiuretic Hormone)... see more

Overview of autosomal dominant, autosomal recessive, and xlinked inheritance, polygenetic traits and chromosome disoders.... see more

This lesson begins by explaining the major mechanisms that lead to the formation of edema.  Students are then introduced... see more

In this interactive case study the learner assumes the role of a nurse who cares for a pregnant patient from the first... see more

This module is a component of a larger course designed to train preceptors who work with students at a nursing school.... see more

The Intervention Wheel was originally introduced in 1998 by the Minnesota Department of Health, Section of Public... see more

This animated tutorial uses images of the body and a glossary to cover commonly used terms in healthcare.  Includes text... see more

This shows how the amount of fluid in our bodies varies by age, and addresses factors such as body type, gender and level... see more

This module covers intracellular fluid, extracellular fluid (intravascular and interstitial fluids), and includes a 6... see more

This module presents students with 6 patients that need the same treatment in order to survive, however only one patient... see more

Note About RCA Sentinel Event The RCA case study was modified from a sentinel event reported in the following article:... see more

This animation uses a hose analogy to illustrate filtration, reabsorption, hydrostatic and oncotic pressures. Includes a... see more

This demonstrates how fluids move in the cellular compartments, and includes a 7 question self assessment and PDF... see more

This interactive case study exposes students to an outbreak investigation that occurs after a number of people visit a... see more