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Anatomy and Physiology Exercises
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An essential element of becoming a good EMS clinician is an understanding of the human body and its responses to illness or injury. You can review your knowledge of anatomy and physiology by clicking on a topic below. The selected anatomy and physiology drag-and-drop exercise will open in a new browser window.


Anatomy at the Level of the Dorsal Body Wall-Female (453.0K)

Anatomy at the Level of the Lungs and Intestines-Male (484.0K)

Anatomy at the Level of the Retroperitoneal Viscera-Female (494.0K)

Anatomy at the Level of the Rib Cage and Greater Omentum-Male (217.0K)

Anatomy of Bones (46.0K)

Anatomy of the Lower Respiratory Tract (63.0K)

Anatomy of the Upper Respiratory Tract (55.0K)

Beginning of the Aorta (46.0K)

External Anatomy of the Heart (52.0K)

Four Views of the Brain (a) (96.0K)

Four Views of the Brain (b) (137.0K)

Four Views of the Brain (c) (107.0K)

Four Views of the Brain (d) (123.0K)

Gross Anatomy of the Gallbladder, Pancreas, and Bile Passages (52.0K)

Gross Anatomy of the Kidney (48.0K)

Gross Anatomy of the Liver (42.0K)

Gross Anatomy of the Lungs (48.0K)

Internal Anatomy of the Ear (58.0K)

Internal Anatomy of the Heart (a) (63.0K)

Internal Anatomy of the Heart (b) (63.0K)

Layers and Cell Types of the Epidermis (150.0K)

Representative Vertebra and Intervertebral Disc-Superior Views (65.0K)

The Cranial Nerves (a) (52.0K)

The Cranial Nerves (b) (52.0K)

The Eye-Sagittal Section (54.0K)

The Female Reproductive System (65.0K)

The Major Body Cavities (a) (45.0K)

The Major Body Cavities (b) (64.0K)

The Major Systemic Arteries (a) (61.0K)

The Major Systemic Arteries (b) (61.0K)

The Meninges of the Brain (48.0K)

The Oral Cavity (45.0K)

The Skull (145.0K)

The Thoracic Cage and Pectoral Girdle-Anterior View (222.0K)

The Urinary System (49.0K)








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