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Virtual Tour of the Heart

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Everything you need to know about your heart

Neuron Type Animation

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Interneurons: - Are called central or associative neurons. - Located entirely within the central nervous system. - They function to mediate impulses between sensory and motor neurons.

Lung Sounds Animation (3 of 5)

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Respiratory rate is regulated by the respiratory center located in the medulla oblongata. Respiratory rates for some different age groups: Newborn 30 – 80/min 1st year 20 – 40/min 5th year 20 – 25/min 15th year 15 – 20/min Adult 12 – 20/min

Lung Sounds Animation (4 of 5)

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Respiratory rate is regulated by the respiratory center located in the medulla oblongata. Respiratory rates for some different age groups: Newborn 30 – 80/min 1st year 20 – 40/min 5th year 20 – 25/min 15th year 15 – 20/min Adult 12 – 20/min

Male Pelvis Animation

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The male pelvis is shaped like a funnel, forming a narrower outlet than the female. The bones are generally thick and heavy and more suited for lifting and running.

Burn Animation

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Characteristics of burns by depth of thermal injury.

Lung Sounds Animation (2 of 5)

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Respiratory rates for some different age groups: Newborn 30 – 80/min 1st year 20 – 40/min 5th year 20 – 25/min 15th year 15 – 20/min Adult 12 – 20/min

Anaphylaxis Animation

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Anaphylaxis is a serious, life-threatening allergic reaction. The most common anaphylactic reactions are to foods, insect stings, medications and latex. If you are allergic to a substance, your immune system overreacts to this allergen by releasing chemicals that cause allergy symptoms.

Appendicitis Animation

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Appendectomy. The appendix and cecum are brought through the incision to the surface of the abdomen. The base of the appendix is clamped and ligated, and the appendix is then removed. McBurney’s point is the common location of pain in children and adolescents with appendicitis.

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