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THIS IS A SPECIALLY MADE SEARCH ENGINE WITH THE HELP OF GOOGLE SEARCH.TYPE TEXT BOOK NAME plus AUTHOR NAME IN SHORTeg: medicine harrison,surgery bailey ,anatomy netter ,medicine davidson,pathology robbins.Download books from shared sites

Interactive Respiratory Physiology

Interactive Respiratory Physiology is comprised of four main sections. Tutorials, for students who are unclear on the concepts Labs, for students who understand concepts but wish to practice skills Quizzes, for students who wish to test their mastery of the subject Encyclopedia and Dictionary, for definitions and in-depth information




The current modules focus on breathing mechanics, static conditions, and obstructive and restrictive disease states.
Tutorials are linear presentations of concepts with questions interspersed. Illustrations and animations are used to reinforce the ideas. For example, the Quiet Breathing Tutorial builds up a triple animation, linking a breathing thorax, a gauge of pressure changes, and a graph of volume changes.

Labs are interactive work areas that encourage students to compare and contrast scenarios, adjust model parameters, and see results. The Disease States Lab encourages students to compare spirogram tracings, compliance curves, and expiratory flow rates for normal, obstructive, and restrictive pulmonary diseases. Students may use a question bank to focus their exploration. The Statics Lab enables students to specify a patient's lung volume and glottis state. The resulting lung and chest-wall recoil pressures are depicted using illustrations, graphs and equations.

The Quiz module contains questions covering all topics within the respiratory physiology course. Each multiple choice question provides remediation for correct and incorrect answers. The non-scored quiz format encourages students to seek answers by using the integrated on-line support.

Support information includes a hypertext-accessed dictionary and encyclopedia. The dictionary gives brief definitions of concepts and symbols. The encyclopedia uses illustrations, animations and video to go into greater depth in a topic area. It is divided into four categories: Anatomy, Physics, Pulmonary Function Tests, and Disease Process.

Interactive Respiratory Physiology is currently being used as an integral part of the curriculum at Johns Hopkins School of Medicine



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Up-to-date source of Drug information

Drugs.com is the most popular, comprehensive and up-to-date source of drug information online. Providing free, accurate and independent advice on more than 24,000 prescription drugs, over-the-counter medicines & natural products.



Browse all medications A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z





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BEST ORTHOPAEDICS ONLINE TEXT BOOK

www.wheelessonline.com
claims to be the most comprehensive, unparalleled, dynamic online medical textbook in existence, having over 11,000 pages and more than 5000 images to support this statement. Fractures and their management are extensively covered, with easily located areas via the numerous search options. Topics are presented in a clear format covering applied anatomy, fracture classification, examination findings, associated injuries, radiography, treatment and prognosis. Highlighted keywords allow the user to jump between subjects and there are comprehensive and relatively up-to-date references for each topic. Daily updates ensure that the most recent advances in the field are covered and you can even sign up for e-mail alerts. This website is a vast orthopaedic resource which is well designed and certainly one of the best around.




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Medical Animation Library


These medical animations as provided by the University of Pennsylvania Health System.
www.pennmedicine.org/health_info/animationplayer

Allergy and Immunology

Cancer

Cardiology and Cardiac Surgery

Dermatology

Ear, Nose and Throat (ENT)

Embryology

Endocrinology and Diabetes

Eyes and Vision

Fitness

Gastroenterology


Neurology

Ob/Gyn

Pulmonary Medicine

Orthopaedics

Pregnancy and Parenting

Surgery

Urology


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ECG Learning Center



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T e s t Y o u r K n o w l e d g e
A C C / A H A C l i n i c a l C o m p e t e n c e i n E C G D i a g n o s e s
S e a r c h

This tutorial is dedicated to the memory of Dr. Alan E. Lindsay, master teacher of electrocardiography, friend, mentor, and colleague. Many of the excellent ECG tracings illustrated in this learning program are from Dr. Lindsay's personal collection of ECG treasures. For many years these ECG's have been used in the training of medical students, nurses, housestaff physicians, cardiology fellows, and practicing physicians in Salt Lake City, Utah as well as at many regional and national medical meetings.


This interactive ECG tutorial represents an introduction to clinical electrocardiography. ECG terminology and diagnostic criteria often vary from book to book and from one teacher to another. In this tutorial an attempt has been made to conform to standardized terminology and criteria, although new diagnostic concepts derived from the recent ECG literature have been included in some of the sections. Finally, it is important to recognize that the mastery of ECG interpretation, one of the most useful clinical tools in medicine, can only occur if one acquires considerable experience in reading ECG's and correlating the specific ECG findings with the pathophysiology and clinical status of the patient.

The tutorial is organized in sections based on a recommended "Method" of ECG interpretation. Each section provides some didactic teaching points, often linked to illustrations, and an interactive quiz. Beginning students should first go through the sections in the order in which they are presented. Others may chose to explore topics of interest in any order they wish. The ECG's range from the sublime to the ridiculous, from simplicity to complexity, and from boring to fascinating. It is hoped that students will be left with some of the love of electrocardiography shared by Dr. Lindsay.

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ANAESTHESIA WEBSITE LINKS -the Virtual Anaesthesia Textbook

The goal of the Virtual Anaesthesia Textbook is to organise all internet resources on anaesthesia into one concise, textbook style website.
"The Virtual Anaesthesia Textbook (Virtual Anaesthesia Textbook) is a collaborative project involving many individuals around the globe. Its goal is to create and maintain, using a familiar ‘textbook’ style, a comprehensive set of links to all known anaesthesia related internet information."
Project co-ordinator:
Dr. Chris Thompson
Royal Prince Alfred Hospital




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Obstetrics and Gynaecology good website

OBGYN.net is vast, an ever growing and expanding universe with over 1,000,000 pages of educational content, discussion forums, videos, educational tutorials, images, Ask the Expert, personal experiences, career, job and product information, news, reports from key conferences and social networking.























































































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Largest Internet Trauma Care Site

Trauma.org
Covers all aspects of injury prevention, evaluation and management. Includes an email Discussion group, Conference listings, Trauma Imagebank, Fellowship database. Home of Trauma Moulage on the Internet.

It is an independent, non-profit organisation providing global education, information and communication resources for professionals in trauma and critical care.

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HEALTH EDUCATION DIGITAL LIBRARY

www.healcentral.org

BROWSE resources:

bullet Browse by Subject
bullet Browse by Collection
bullet Top 10 Resources
bullet Top User Tags


HEAL is a digital repository that allows medical educators to discover, download, and re-use over 22,000 medical education resources.Allow medical educators to share and discuss teaching resources and methods.HEAL publishes images, videoclips, animations, presentations, and audio files that support healthcare education. These are typically objects that can be used in a variety of presentations across multiple disciplines. MedEdPortal typically publishes more complete, stand-alone, resources such as tutorials, virtual patients, simulation cases, lab guides, videos, podcasts, and assessment tools.

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Multimedia medical grand rounds

MedicalRounds webcasts presentations and conferences for many contributing medical groups.Home of RoundsFinder, a search engine for free online multimedia CME. All talks are originally presented at recognized quality grand rounds or professional educational meetings.

Use the search engine to find a talk of interest, or browse through the available presentations by category or group.



Endocrinology
Emergency Medicine
Gastroenterology
General Medicine
Hematology/Oncology
Infectious Disease
Nephrology
Neurology
Pediatrics
Psychiatry
Radiology & Imaging
Respirology
Rheumatology
Surgery-General
Surgery-Oncology
Surgery-Orthopedic
Surgery-Ophthalmology
Surgery-Urology
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Basic Pediatric Dermatology

A very concise review of basic dermatology terminology as well as a collection of pictures of common pediatric dermatology problems.

Master Index

|A| B| C| D| E| F| G| H| I| J| K| L| M| N| O| P| Q| R| S| T| U| V| W| X| Y| Z|


Developed by Gary Williams, M.D. and Murray Katcher, M.D. Ph.D, Department of PediatricsThe University of Wisconsin



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Physical Exam Modules



above are links to instructional modules and videos demonstrating physical exam techniques. The videos require Quicktime version 7 or higher. The video files are large




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LEARNING AND TEACHING AT BEDSIDE


Skill Modules



Dedicated to helping develop the skills of trainees (students and residents) in advanced physical diagnosis techniques and their application to patient care by demonstrating how to conduct attending rounds that include bedside teaching.

Linda E. Pinsky, MD

Assistant Professor of Medicine
Adjunct Assistant Professor of Medical Education
UWMC Director of Resident Ambulatory Training

Joyce E. Wipf, MD
Associate Professor of Medicine
Associate Director, Medicine Residency Program
University of Washington and Seattle VA






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Neuro exam learning module


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The learning module Components of the Neuro Exam was created by Jeremy Fields (MS2) and Wade Smith, MD, PhD

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Neurologic Examination, University of Toronto


Excellent collection of videos and text describing all aspects of the basic neuro exam.

short audiovisual tutorials that describe cranial, motor, and sensory examination technique. The explanations progress slowly through each procedure and are excellent for students. The continuity of presenter and simulate patient induce a relaxed pedantic experience. The author & narrator is Marika Hohol MD FRCP(C), Staff-Neurologist, St. Michael's Hospital, Assistant Professor of Neurology, Faculty of Medicine, University of Toronto, and the model is her niece. The videos are accompanied by notes on right side of video screen page for easy reference. ...


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