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  1. by   lisabeth
    Quote from stpauligirl
    Thansk for posting all these wonderful links....we'll need them
    Well, there are plenty more where those came from. I am just going through, and sorting which ones are still available, etc. Sorry it is taking so much time. I wish I didnt have so much else going. I will get them posted soon.
  2. by   stpauligirl
    Quote from TexasAngel
    Well, there are plenty more where those came from. I am just going through, and sorting which ones are still available, etc. Sorry it is taking so much time. I wish I didnt have so much else going. I will get them posted soon.
    Take your time...class doesn't start until the 28th.
    I am sure a lot of people will appreciate what your are doing.
    Our course starts out with the blood and circulatory system, then goes to heart, endocrine, respiratory, digestive and last the urinary system.
    Our professor will provide notes for each part which we are able to print out.
    Our book is still the Martini but the A&P1 students are already using a new book this semester.
  3. by   lisabeth
    http://www.tmc.edu/thi/anatomy.html - anatomy of the human heart from the texas heart institute – includes information on the heartbeat, heart valves, the conduction system, the coronary arteries and the circulatory system

    http://www.heartinfo.org/ - this is a wonderful site that has all kinds of information about the heart and heart conditions. information, patient teaching and illustrations and some videos of heart problems. check out the links on the left side of the pages. they have the latest videos on the heart diabetes, stroke, angioplasty, clogged arteries, blood clots and more.

    http://users.rcn.com/jkimball.ma.ultranet/biologypages/c/circulation.html - a basic review about the anatomy of the human heart and the heartbeat from kimball's biology pages, an online biology textbook which you can access at http://users.rcn.com/jkimball.ma.ultranet/biologypages/

    http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/nova/eheart/ - "the electric heart" from pbs nova series

    https://medschool.mc.vanderbilt.edu/mpb/medphysiology/week5/vascular.2.pdf - an explanation of cardiac output from vanderbilt medical center

    http://cvphysiology.com/index.html - companion site to cardiovascular physiology concepts by richard e. klabunde, ph.d. this is a medical textbook. includes information on the following subjects: arrhythmias, cardiac valve disease, coronary artery disease, edema, heart failure, hypertension, and peripheral artery disease.

    *** http://www.fpnotebook.com/cvheartblock.jpg - this is a pattern for a 3-d model of a heart that you can print out, cut out and past together. it has many of the anatomical structures marked on it.

    http://sln.fi.edu/biosci/heart.html - the heart: an online exploration. discover the complexities of its development and structure. follow the blood through the blood vessels. wander through the weblike body systems. learn how to have a healthy heart and how to monitor your heart's health. look back at the history of heart science.


    http://cvphysiology.com/index.html - review of cardiovascular physiology

    https://allnurses.com/forums/f198/great-anatomy-site-141642.html
    https://allnurses.com/forums/f198/useful-sites-pre-nursing-nursing-students-76828.html

    https://allnurses.com/forums/1643388-post5.html- my post of links to sites for endocrine help
    https://allnurses.com/forums/1758341-post4.html

    *** http://www.gwc.maricopa.edu/class/bio202/index.htm - the home page of the above – follow links on the left side of the page to lecture notes (the general outline of the profs lectures) and study questions (answers are at the bottom of the pages). many of the sections of lecture notes have links to interesting online resources about some particular subject scattered throughout, so check out each page from top to bottom. most of the questions are multiple choice, but i did see at least one fill-in-the-blank practice test. occasionally the instructor has a link to a review sheet for the students to fill out. the section on the brain has a beautiful interactive brain tutorial for learning the cranial nerves and a test here: http://www.gwc.maricopa.edu/class/bio201/cn/cranial.htm

    *** http://homepage.smc.edu/wissmann_paul/anatomy1/ - a&p student help pages from santa monica college – very extensive collection of pictures and explanations and web links to all kinds of information related to a&p

    *** http://mywebpages.comcast.net/wnor/terminologyanatplanes.htm - here is a site the shows and tells you the anatomical planes of the body, defines terms of relation or position, defines terms of movement, and has a listing of frequently used medical terms in anatomy with their definitions. a reference you might want to print out for your anatomy notebooks. it also has pretty extensive lists of quiz questions with answers for practicing.

    *** http://highered.mcgraw-hill.com/sites/0072919329/student_view0/chapter15/labeling_exercises.html - this is the student online learning center for hole's anatomy and physiology textbook.

    *** http://www.edzone.net/%7efulton/cites/winkler-science/team2/chap1.html - posted recently by a student on the allnurses site

    *** http://groups.msn.com/anatomyphysiologytests - this is a site that an instructor of a&p set up that has all the lecture exams, quizzes, and lab exams from his career (with answers). a neat site to check out!

    *** http://vilenski.org/science/humanbody/index.html - human body adventure. this is a high school site for human anatomy and life science. very basic introductory information.

    *** http://library.med.utah.edu/kw/hyperbrain/main.html - hyperbrain. everything you wanted to know about the brain from the university of utah.

    http://www.bartleby.com/107/ this is gray's anatomy on line, the complete text. you can enlarge the pictures. pictures of the bones not only name the various landmarks of the bones, but also show the areas where the various muscles and ligaments are attached.

    http://www.perfectdoctors.com/mnemonics.htm - medical mnemonics, all your heart desire

    http://www.meddean.luc.edu/lumen/meded/grossanatomy/index.htm - links you into lumen learn 'em. has pictures of anatomy you can practice labeling. parts of the bones are labeled with numbers. by clicking on the numbers, the answer appears in a box on the left upper part of the page. you can link into some of the practice exams, but not all. includes answers. from loyola university school of medicine.

    http://www.instantanatomy.net/ - this is a uk website that allows free access to labeled diagrams from the cd-rom that the company produces. you can either click on an area of the skeleton shown or go to a page with an extensive listing of links to all the diagrams on the website by clicking on the link to the "site map"

    http://anatomy.uams.edu/anatomyhtml/gross_atlas.html - atlas of anatomy by university of arkansas for medical sciences, gross anatomy. this takes you to a page of links. click on any one of the anatomical structures listed and a picture of the structure, labeled comes up.

    http://www.anatomyatlases.org/bonebox/index.shtml - lessons from a bone box – these are videos of an anatomy professor holding various bones of the body and talking about them. they are short and not listed in any kind of organized fashion, however.

    http://www.mercksource.com/pp/us/cns/cns_interactive_tools_vap_index.jsp - virtual body tours by merck. this site links you into (1) the interactive human atlas which has 3d animations and videos, and (2) interactive body guide that presents information about the 12 body systems for male and female bodies.

    http://anatomy.med.umich.edu/courseinfo/module_index.html - anatomy learning modules from the univeristy of michigan – this page links you into the various modules. to move from page to page you must successfully answer a question about the material you have just been presented.

    http://mywebpages.comcast.net/wnor/homepage.htm - the anatomy lesson by a professor from georgetown university. it is a walk through of basic human anatomy. very nice site for those who are studying anatomy for the first time. includes a link to a large number of practice exam questions (answers included) for you to test yourself.

    http://www.martindalecenter.com/ - links to all kinds of anatomy and medical information sites

    http://www.meddean.luc.edu/lumen/meded/grossanatomy/learnem/learnit.htm - an online bone box. good for reviewing the various landmarks on the bones. these are pictures of bone with lines pointing to various parts on each bone. by clicking on the number at the end of each pointing line the name of the structure appears in a box at the left side of the screen.

    http://www.meddean.luc.edu/lumen/meded/grossanatomy/dissector/mml/ - online information on muscles with pictures. each muscle picture shows it's location on the skeleton and tells you it's origin, insertion, it's action, and the nerves that control it.

    http://www.scoi.com/faqs.htm - southern california orthopedic institute site for information about joints and orthopedic surgery

    http://www.instantanatomy.net/anatomy.html - instant anatomy - although the site is advertising it's cd/rom, there is still some anatomy information you can access free

    *** http://www.getbodysmart.com/ - basic interactive anatomy tutorials animation with quizzes

    http://www.innerbody.com/index.html - human anatomy online - a very nice anatomy site organized by the 10 body systems. by clicking on labels of the body parts you get to more specific pictures of the various organs and body parts. a very nice basic tour of human anatomy. the left side of each page has quick links to parts within each of the body systems as well as links to animations on the site.

    http://www.gwc.maricopa.edu/class/bio202/cyberheart/hartint0.htm - anatomy of the heart, includes a quiz to label the anatomical parts of the heart – links at bottom of the page on ekgs – by clicking on the link "back to bio202 homepage" at the very top of this web page you will be taken to the home page of james crimando, the professor who teaches this class at gateway community college in phoenix, az. on the left side are links to his lecture notes and other activities of his anatomy classes.

    http://science.nhmccd.edu/biol/ap2.html - lots of links to anatomy information

    *** http://bioweb.uwlax.edu/aplab/index.html - this is a very large site developed by the a&p department of the university of wisconsin to help students to study laboratory materials for practical exams – lots of labeled pictures! click on "table of contents" at the left to link into the massive information on this site. there is also a section of exam questions at the link "ap test home".

    *** http://homepage.smc.edu/wissmann_paul/anatomy1/ - a&p student help pages from santa monica college – very extensive collection of pictures and explanations and web links to all kinds of information related to a&p

    *** http://www.msjensen.gen.umn.edu/webanatomy_archive/default.htm - the original web anatomy site presented by the university of minnesota. it is the mother lode of anatomy pictures to label from the university of minnesota web anatomy site. the links on the left side of the page will take you to more links of all kinds of anatomy pictures for you people who want practice labeling anatomical diagrams! it is organized by body systems, but includes sections on cells and medical terminology. knock yourself out!

    *** http://www.msjensen.gen.umn.edu/webanatomy/ - these are links into fun interactive anatomy quizzes designed for freshman anatomy and physiology students presented by the university of minnesota. they are organized by body system and subjects. you can take the quizzes as a single player on your own, against a timed clock, or on line against other students (still under construction). at the left side are links into a group of matching questions and lots of diagrams of anatomical structures to labeling organized by body system.

    *** http://www.sirinet.net/~jgjohnso/index.html - home page of the biology teacher at frederick high school in frederick, oklahoma. this instructor teaches a high school class of a&p. although you want to link into the biology ii homepage, i notice that there is information in the biology i homepage to link into that also pertains to some a&p. there are plenty of quizzes and practice exercises scattered throughout this extensive site, but i could not find any answers. presented in a little easier than college level, i thought this was an awesome introduction to a&p!

    *** http://www3.district125.k12.il.us/science/humanbio/ch1.html - the intro page to the anatomy and physiology website of adlai e. stevenson high school. this is another awesome website with lots of interactive quizzes many of which are labeling exercises to help students learn anatomy. the subject areas covered are listed on the left side of the webpage and are links to the activities within each section.

    *** http://www.unomaha.edu/hpa/ - a&p web site for the students at the university of nebraska at omaha. this is almost all histology. the sections include practice exams with lots of questions and the answers

    http://science.tjc.edu/images/histology/ - pictures of epithelial and connective tissue

    http://phs.psdr3.org/science/anatomy/ - pattonville high school sponsors this site, but links at the left take you to web pages with diagrams to label and some links to information on the internet about the subject

    http://www.smm.org/heart/heart/top.html - heart animations

    http://www.csuchico.edu/anth/module/skull.html - a short tutorial on the human skull from california state university at chico

    *** http://www.indiana.edu/~anat215/index.html - web site for indiana university a&p class – there is a link to their publishers textbook student pages. lecture notes are links into the instructor's outline of what was covered in lecture.

    http://www.hhmi.org/senses/ - seeing, hearing and smelling the world – short tutorial on these three senses

    http://anatomy.med.umich.edu/surface/index.html - surface anatomy - pick an area of the body. after the picture loads the internal structures are shown when you roll your mouse over the picture. from the university of michigan medical school.

    http://anatomy.med.umich.edu/courseinfo/module_index.html - these are self-learning modules of the body movements (joints) and autonomic system and it's role in anatomy. includes questions you must answer in order to move onward in the modules. brain and spine are here. from the university of michigan medical school.

    *** http://www.rad.washington.edu/atlas2/ - nicely presented drawings of the muscles of the upper and lower extremities. select a muscle to view a beautiful drawing of it's location, and a listing of it's origin, insertion, action, innervation and arterial supply.

    http://anatomy.med.umich.edu/courseinfo/module_index.html - human anatomy and physiology syllabus for cornell university with links to instructor information including practice questions for tests. the site has scattered links to interesting sites related to the areas of anatomy being studied.

    http://bio.bd.psu.edu/cat/ - virtual cat dissection from pennsylvania state university – organized by body system with labeled photographs of cat anatomy

    http://biology.kenyon.edu/heithausp/cat-tutorial/welcome.htm - cat anatomy tutorial from kenyon college

    http://home.comcast.net/~janetkaehms/sylabustopiclinks.html - this is a syllabus that includes links from dublin high school. check out the links on the left side of the page. includes a link to online test questions and answers on the various subjects covered by their textbook. there are also links scattered throughout the syllabus relating to the areas being covered. very nice information on anatomy to be found here. the "homework/assignment calendar" contains links to exercises the teacher has posted for the students, many are diagrams to label-no answers for you, however.

    *** http://www.kensbiorefs.com/humphy.html - here is a page of links to more specific links to get information on the various body systems – check the links on the left side of the page for links to information on cells chemistry, structure and function – there is extensive information to access from this site

    http://fog.ccsf.cc.ca.us/~jgrass/aphome.html - web site of the instructor of a&p at the city college of san francisco. check the links on the left side of the page. there are links to quiz questions in human anatomy and physiology by body system. i was not able to get the answers to the quiz or to reset the quizzes. also check out http://fog.ccsf.cc.ca.us/~jgrass/links/links.html for links to internet information on a&p related stuff.

    http://webpages.charter.net/cfmoxey/ap1/bio-u117_syllabus_2004f.html - on the right hand side of this syllabus are links to a extensive number of practice anatomy test questions for four tests and the final exam for this a&p class at northeastern university in boston. i could not find any answer key to the questions. if you link into the lecture topics what you will find is an outline of the material presented in lecture. a few will have internet links at the bottom for more information on those subjects.

    http://www.rutherford.k12.nc.us/public/erhs/staffpages/scoley/scoley.html - at the bottom of this course syllabus are links to the subjects covered. they are outlines of the material presented. at the very bottom of each page are sample questions to prepare students for this instructors tests. there are no answers provided. some sections do not have any questions listed.

    http://www.utm.edu/staff/amills/index.html - anatomy and physiology home page for the university of tennessee at martin. interesting set of study tips, advice and frequently asked questions about studying a&p. http://www.utm.edu/staff/amills/examinfo.htm - links you into a bank of almost 200 practice anatomy questions (no answers given) at this site

    http://www.cbu.edu/~aross/apihome.htm - anatomy and physiology home page at christian brothers university of memphis, tennessee with many links to all kinds of information for you to explore.

    *** http://users.rcn.com/jkimball.ma.ultranet/biologypages/ - this is a very simple review of biology subjects covered in a basic college biology class from the online site of the biology textbook maintained and written by john w. kimball, a former harvard professor.

    http://classes.kumc.edu/som/amed900/aging_principles/normal_aging/knowledge.htm - a description of the affects of physiologic aging on the various systems of the body

    https://medschool.mc.vanderbilt.edu/mpb/medphysiology/week5/vascular.4.pdf - capillaries, lymphatics and interstitium lecture from vanderbilt university. includes information edema.

    *** http://www.eyeatlas.com/ - the eyeatlas of ophthalmology – this site has all kinds of very good photos of all kinds of eye pathology for you to look at.



    http://highered.mcgraw-hill.com/sites/0072919329/student_view0/index.html - the site of the textbook holes's human anatomy and physiology, 10edition on line learning center
    http://highered.mcgraw-hill.com/sites/0070272468/student_view0/ - this is the 9th edition online learning center
    http://www.mhhe.com/biosci/ap/holehaap/student/olc2/index.htm - this links you into the 8th edition website where you link into subject areas and will find quiz questions

    http://www.physiol.arizona.edu/ - university of arizona department of physiology
    http://www.physiol.arizona.edu/courses/psio201/ - opening page for anatomy and physiology – there is a link at the top for "old practice exams" which is a bank of a&p questions with answers. these are the only questions you can access on this site without a student id access.

    http://publications.nigms.nih.gov/insidethecell/ - inside the cell from the national institute of health, an 84 page publication – this is a very booklet put together with lots of nicely drawn pictures of the cell.

    http://www.beechtreecommon.org/biochemistry/glyintro/ - introduction to glycolysis by john maber – a tutorial on glycolysis – at the same site is a step by step glycolysis tutorial with animations http://www.beechtreecommon.org/biochemistry/glysteps/

    http://www.beechtreecommon.org/biochemistry/tcasteps/ - step by step krebs cycle

    from loyola university medical education network:
    http://www.lumen.luc.edu/lumen/meded/grossanatomy/h_n/cn/skp/mainframe.htm - anatomy of skull. each page is a diagram for you to label. includes answers.
    http://www.lumen.luc.edu/lumen/meded/grossanatomy/h_n/cn/cn1/mainframe.htm - pictures show you where the cranial nerves are located with reference to the skull.
    http://www.lumen.luc.edu/lumen/meded/grossanatomy/h_n/cn/dvs/mainframe.htm - pictures show you where the dural sinus are positioned with reference to the skull

    https://allnurses.com/forums/f50/mnemonic-cranial-nerves-47620.html - thread on mnemonic for remembering the cranial nerves, the clean version and the dirty one

    http://www.quia.com/rr/48862.html - play quia "rags to riches". the subject is about the blood.

    *** http://64.78.42.182/free-ed/healthcare/anatomy/default.asp - introduction to human anatomy, a free online self learning class from free-ed.net. includes videos that require a real player. this is a very basic presentation only.
    http://www.sweethaven.com/free-ed/healthcare/physiology/default.asp - introduction to human physiology
    video topics for human anatomy & physiology http://www.waybuilder.net/free-ed/medarts/anatphys01_vod.asp?inum=0
    the musculoskeletal system http://www.sweethaven.com/free-ed/healthcare/lessonmain.asp?cnum=8&icode=fra0000
    introduction to the central nervous system http://www.waybuilder.net/free-ed/medarts/neurology01.asp

    http://anatomy.med.umich.edu/crosswords/crossword_index.html - medical gross anatomy crossword puzzles from the university of michigan medical school. unfortunately i was unable to find the answers to the puzzles.

    http://anatomy.med.umich.edu/games/games_index.html - more anatomy games from the medical school of the university of michigan including crossword puzzles and variations on who wants to be a millionaire and jeopardy.
    http://www.gwc.maricopa.edu/class/bio201/index.htm - microbiology at gateway community college

    http://www.med.yale.edu/library/heartbk/ - the heart book by the yale university school of medicine

    http://www.nurseminerva.co.uk/systems_of_the_body.htm -
    Last edit by lisabeth on Aug 18, '06
  4. by   lisabeth
    Quote from stpauligirl
    Take your time...class doesn't start until the 28th.
    I am sure a lot of people will appreciate what your are doing.
    Our course starts out with the blood and circulatory system, then goes to heart, endocrine, respiratory, digestive and last the urinary system.
    Our professor will provide notes for each part which we are able to print out.
    Our book is still the Martini but the A&P1 students are already using a new book this semester.
    LOL. Well, I think I goofed. I think I copied and pasted every one of the last 6 pages, so I may need to edit my last post and take some out, but it may be tomorrow.

    Thank Daytonight. She sent them all to me. I just posted them all to this site, but I did very little. It always helps to be thanked though. I wish everyone the best of luck.

    Lets all study hard.
  5. by   MrsCD
    I am taking A&PII this semester starting sept 7th. This is my 2nd ime taking it...since my last professor was just horrible. Going to a different school now so I really hope that the professor is good.
  6. by   lisabeth
    Quote from MrsCD
    I am taking A&PII this semester starting sept 7th. This is my 2nd ime taking it...since my last professor was just horrible. Going to a different school now so I really hope that the professor is good.
    The instructors really can make a huge difference. Good luck. I am taking it with a new instructor. I had signed up under the same one I took A&P1 with, but she is going back to school too, so now I am just hoping this one will be good.
  7. by   just_me
    I start A&P II next week! Mon & Wed from 10:00 - 12:30

    Good Luck to everyone!
  8. by   hopeNstar
    Is anyone taking this course as a 9 week course? I did not want to. However, I'm going to have to due to this being the only available time slot they had left.
  9. by   NRSNFL
    Hi there...I'm taking A&P I AND A&P II this semester, they are GPA retakes but I will say I haven't taken them for 11 years so I'm sure a ton of it will be relearning, but definitely not like someone taking them green. I'm taking them both online so that is the only thing I wonder how my experience will be.
  10. by   stpauligirl
    Quote from TexasAngel
    LOL. Well, I think I goofed. I think I copied and pasted every one of the last 6 pages, so I may need to edit my last post and take some out, but it may be tomorrow.

    Thank Daytonight. She sent them all to me. I just posted them all to this site, but I did very little. It always helps to be thanked though. I wish everyone the best of luck.

    Lets all study hard.
    I MUST get an A!!!!!!! You bet I will study like crazy. The teacher is not supposed to be as crazy as my A&P1 teacher....but I expect the class to be very demanding and hard. It's the last hard one for me....I can do it!!!!!!
    One more week before it all starts again. I bought a digital Voice recorder since my taperecorder died last semester. I am sooooooo ready.
    BRING IT ON....let's go and brake some legs.
  11. by   lisabeth
    Quote from NRSNFL
    Hi there...I'm taking A&P I AND A&P II this semester, they are GPA retakes but I will say I haven't taken them for 11 years so I'm sure a ton of it will be relearning, but definitely not like someone taking them green. I'm taking them both online so that is the only thing I wonder how my experience will be.
    I bet you will do fine being that you have had them both before. It would be pretty challenging taking them together though. Good luck.
  12. by   lisabeth
    Quote from stpauligirl
    I MUST get an A!!!!!!! You bet I will study like crazy. The teacher is not supposed to be as crazy as my A&P1 teacher....but I expect the class to be very demanding and hard. It's the last hard one for me....I can do it!!!!!!
    One more week before it all starts again. I bought a digital Voice recorder since my taperecorder died last semester. I am sooooooo ready.
    BRING IT ON....let's go and brake some legs.
    I know you will get your A. Those digital recorders are nice. I will be using mine too. LOL. There we go with breaking legs again.
  13. by   nurseingrid
    i'm taking a&p 2 fall '06...took 1 over the summer

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