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- Oct 28, '10 by jkilleaFor remembering the coronary arteries and which side they are on:
I have a RIGHT to CAMP if you LEFT off the AC
Right = Right
P=Posterior Interventricular Artery
A=Anterior Interventricular Artery
I have test tomorrow, I hope this helps me
- Mar 10, '11 by 1chaoticSNI found this website years ago, its full of mnemonics....
- Mar 25, '11 by GiveheartThis thread should be a sticky!
- Apr 30, '11 by sgoldberg3413Does anyone have a mnemonic for fetal circulation that includes ductus venous, ductus arteriosum, foramen ovale?
Thanks in advance
- May 7, '11 by sunnsmilesI have one for umbilical cord/placental circulation - kind of silly but I Never forgot it after this!!
2 A's (areolas)
over 1 V (vagina)
two umbilical arteries and one umbilical vein.
Sorry I don't know one with ductus venous, ductus arteriosum and foramen ovale sgoldberg!
- May 9, '11 by reruddockhere's the easiest way to remember 5-lead ecg placement:
"salt and pepper on a hamburger with lettuce and tomato"...
as you view the patient, starting from your left to right (the patients right shoulder), working from top to bottom: white, black, brown, green, red
never again do you need to do the smoke over fire over blah blah blah...
- May 21, '11 by amkrafkaAfter reading through this I am guessing my anatomy teach was kinda a pervert...I won't even post the things we learned about cranial nerves!
- Jun 25, '11 by luv_o_so_muchQuote from amkrafkaWell can you email me what your prof shared with you? There are few people in my study group that would remember that WAY easier! (No Im not kidding) Thanks for your help! (And yes that is way funny!)After reading through this I am guessing my anatomy teach was kinda a pervert...I won't even post the things we learned about cranial nerves!
- Jun 25, '11 by luv_o_so_muchAny Biochemistry suggestions? Organic Chem? .... Thanks for your help!
- Jul 30, '11 by ShelleyBBelly05Here is an excellent way to remember the 12 cranial nerves if you are the type of person who sees things to remember them. I was taught this in my Med/Surg class. Very helpful.