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For those of you who don't remember your Latin roots, here are some common medical prefixes and postfixes. Designed for doctors/nurses in training, but since many of us have to make our own medical decisions, it could be useful for anyone.
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The Medical Terminology “Cheat Sheet” Every Healthcare Pro Needs [Infographic]

Does medical terminology have you scratching your head? Check out this cheat sheet for a helpful breakdown.

The electrical impulse moves through the heart as it contracts between 60 to 140 times a minute, depending on age of person. The contractions of ventricles represents a single heartbeat. Atria contraction is a little faster then the ventricles so the blood empties into the ventricle before their contraction.
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Maxwell Quick Medical Reference, ISBN 978-0-9645191-4-5

A best-selling pocket medical guide which includes information used in everyday practice.

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Daily Agenda Slide Editable Template

A daily agenda slide is an excellent classroom management tool that will keep you organized. This editable PowerPoint template can be used in Google too!

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25 Things You Didn’t Know Google Slides Could Do

I talk about the wonders of Google Slides CONSTANTLY and frequently refer to it as the Swiss Army Knife of G Suite. It can do all kinds of things! In this post and podcast series, I will show you 25 Things You Didn’t Know Google Slides Could Do.

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Fun Ways to Create Random Groups in the Classroom: Use popsicle sticks with symmetrical colored shapes to match partners/small groups.

Fun Ways to Create Random Groups in the Classroom

Creative Ideas and Quality Common Core Aligned Teaching Materials From My Classroom To Yours

Blood flow of heart | blood flow physiology path of blood flow diastole systole Trace a drop of blood through the heart. After 21 years, I can still do it!
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I ACCEPTED A JOB OFFER!!!! IN A HOSPITAL!!!!! GUYS!!! THIS IS THE BEST DAY EVERRRRRRRR!!! I've tried over a thousand times applying to a hospital position since I passed my NCLEX in 2012 and today's...

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Complete Guide to Mastering Suturing Techniques

This (infographic) guide runs you through an introduction to suturing before taking you step-by-step through how & when to place 11 suturing techniques.

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Science Matters: Turn Your Students Into a Protein. This site is great. It contains lots of other ideas for science demos and practicals.

Turn Your Students Into a Protein

This one takes a little prep work the first time 'round. But after that, you're set forever. It's a great way to include a little kinesthetic activity into the study of DNA. First, the prep work: On a long strip of paper* write out a string of DNA bases (actually, you're making the mRNA). You want to make sure your letters are evenly spaced - I actually marked the paper. Keep a codon chart handy - make sure you begin with a start codon and don't come to a stop codon immediately. And, don't…

Each group is given a long paper strip of DNA, the story of the missing necklace and directions on how to fingerprint and sequence their DNA. Scissors act as the restriction enzyme, cutting the DNA between every CCGG into varied length segments. As the segments are pasted into the corresponding rows on the sequencing board (imitating gel electrophoresis), the DNA fingerprint of each suspect will emerge. So, who stole the necklace? Be a crime stopper!
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DNA Crime Lab! Can you solve the case?

Each group is given a long paper strip of DNA, a 3-page story of the missing necklace and directions on how to fingerprint and sequence their DNA. Scissors act as the restriction enzyme, cutting the DNA between every GGCC into varied length segments. As the segments are pasted into the correspondi...

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I have a decent background in human biology, but for some reason, the blood flow through the heart stumped me every time! A nice little visual for the A&P kids.
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I have a decent background in human biology, but for some reason, the blood flow through the heart stumped me every time! A nice little visual for the A&P kids.