In 2002, an estimated 1.7 million of nosocomial infections occurred in the United States resulting in 99,000 deaths. What are they? Maybe you have had one! What terms might you use instead? Read the article to find out.
May is Lyme Disease Awareness month. Refresh your knowledge on Lyme Disease and learn about the Powassan Virus transmitted by the same tick.
What is myocardial infarction? What are the causes and symptoms? Find out what you know. Take the quiz!
Do you find teaching anatomic planes challenging? Watch this short video; it’s a great tutorial for using play dough to teach anatomic planes in the classroom.
March is Colorectal Cancer Awareness month. Do you know how common it is; are you in the age group most affected? Read the post and solve the crossword. Short on time? Try the mini! Use the “hint” if you get stuck.
Find out how to use word parts to help you spell and define esophagogastroduodenoscopy correctly each time you use it. You can apply this technique to learn other medical terms built from word parts.
Is there radiation exposure during an MRI? How does an MRI differ from a CT scan? When is it ordered by the doctor? Watch this short video to find the answers.