Med in a Flash - Patho
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The Physiology and Pathophysiology Med in a Flash module is a tool for students to reinforce learning that takes place in the classroom. The flash cards cover common conditions, medications, physiology and pathophysiology. It is designed to provide review of concepts needed to improve exam performance.
Questions are grouped into chapters and sub-categories for easy reviewing. Select any sub-category to start your review session. Your performance history and progress will be stored as you go so you can exit any time and pick up right where you left off when you come back. You can review your stats at the sub-category start screen and mastery icons will be added to each question set as you hit review milestones.
This application contains over 7,800 Physiology and Pathophysiology Study Questions. Topics reviewed in this module include:
Abdominal Aortic Aneurysms
Acid Base Imbalances
Acid base imbalances
ARDS and Respiratory Failure
Basic Renal Conditions
Blood Cancers and Neutropenia
Burns and Burn Treatment
Burns in the Pediatric Population
CAD and ACS
Cardiac Monitoring and Dysrhythmias
Dx Studies of Resp. System
Fluid and Electrolytes
Hematology and Cells
Inflammatory and Structural Heart Disorders
Kidney Failure and Dialysis
Lower Respiratory Problems
Muscle and Skeletal
Musculoskeletal System and Care
Pancreatitis, Cirrhosis, and Liver failure
Pediatric Cardiovascular System
Pediatric Endocrine Disorders
Pediatric Genitourinary Disorders
Pediatric GI Disorders
Pediatric Respiratory System
Problems of Oxygenation Ventilation
Problems with Ventilation
Sepsis and SIRS
Upper Respiratory Problems
Urinary System Care
Visual and Auditory Problems
Visual and Auditory Systems
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Added a Question Review list so you can see what you got right and which questions still need work.