Pathophysiology and Pharmacotherapy of Acute Decompensated Heart Failure
The module contains the following levels: Defining Acute Decompensated Heart Failure Precipitating Factors of Acute Decompensated Heart Failure ADHF Pathophysiology Evaluating ADHF via the Forrester Classification System Evaluating ADHF via the Clinical Severity Classification System Lab Parameters and Other Diagnostic Tests Goals of ADHF Therapy Introduction to ADHF Treatment Class Effects Catecholamine-like Agents in ADHF Dosing Dopamine for ADHF Dosing Effects Drug Properties Treatment Consid
Pathophysiology of Systolic Heart Failure
Defines heart failure. Differentiates between systolic and diastolic heart failure, emphasizing systolic heart failure. Defines cardiac output and stroke volume. The module contains the following levels: Defining Heart Failure Systolic versus Diastolic Heart Failure Systolic Heart Failure Preload versus Afterload CHEM7 and CBC Review Cardiac Contractility Compensatory Mechanisms within Heart Failure Compensatory Neurohormones within Heart Failure Precipitating and Aggravating Factors Signs and S
Pharmacology: Classification of Drugs
The module contains the following levels: Acetylcholine-modulating Drugs Sympathetic Nervous System Modulating Drugs Autonomic Drugs and Related Agents
Pharmacotherapeutics of Infectious Disease
The module contains the following levels: Review of the Gram Stain Review of the Lab Culture Growth Qualities Review of Chemical Properties Morphology of the Gram Positive Cocci Grouping the Streptococci Gram Stain Results of the Aerobic Bacilli Gram Stain Results of the Cocci Gram Stain Results of the Anaerobic Bacilli Miscellaneous Classifications Classifying Fungi Aerobic versus Anaerobic Defending the Host Location of the Normal Flora Sterile versus Nonsterile Localized versus Systemic Indic
Pharmacotherapy of Systolic Heart Failure
The module contains the following levels: Advanced Review of Heart Failure Pathophysiology Nopharmacological Therapy for Chronic LV Systolic Dysfunction Categorizing the Classes Adverse Effects Individual Adverse Effects Monitoring Parameters Correlated Stages and Medications ACE Inhibitors Dosing ACE Inhibitors for Heart Failure ARBs Dosing ARBs for Heart Failure Nitrates and Hydralazine Beta Blockers Beta Blocker Dosing for Heart Failure Diuretics Diuretic Dosing in Heart Failure Diuretic Resi
Skip Counting by 2s
Using skip counting to solve multiplication problems. The module contains the following levels: Placing Numbers in Order from Smallest to Largest Type the Missing Numbers Complete the Pattern Skip Counting and Multiplication - Easier Skip Counting and Multiplication - Harder Multiplication - Spinner
The Aminoglycosides, Chloramphenicol, Macrolides and Tetracy
The module contains the following levels: Classification of the Antibiotics Most Important Considerations Chloramphenicol Aminoglycosides Clinical Uses Complete Assessment
The module contains the following levels: Parenteral vs Oral Classification of Cephalosporins Chemistry and Pharmacodynamics of Cephalosporins Toxicity Resistance Issues Generation Properties Complete Assessment of The Cephalosporins.
The Drug Information Consult
A short introduction on how to write a drug information consult. The module contains the following levels: Introduction to the DI Consult Steps to Writing a DI Consult Sections of the DI Consult Choosing Primary Literature Other Writing Tips Complete Assessment of the Drug Information Consult
The module contains the following levels: Classification of Penicillins Mechanisms of Action Penicillin Toxicity Hypersensitivity Skin Testing for Penicillin Allergy The Natural Penicillins The Anti-Staphylococcal Penicillins
Health Care Communications: The Process of Pharmaceutical Care
The module contains the following levels: 9 Steps of the Pharmaceutical Care Process 8 Categories of Drug Related Problems Components of the PharmD's Plan for Drug Therapy Resources for the PharmD's Plan for Drug Therapy
Can Gases Act as a Greenhouse?
In this lab, students will infer a potential for increasing levels of atmospheric carbon dioxide leading to global warming by contrasting the temperature rise in a CO2 rich atmosphere to that of normal air when both environments are exposed to a bright light in a controlled experiment.
Explore size estimation in one, two and three dimensions! Multiple levels of difficulty allow for progressive skill improvement.
Ancestors in the Americas
These classroom guides have been designed to help educators use the ANCESTORS IN THE AMERICAS series and companion web site in history, geography and social studies classes (grade levels 9-12). The lesson plans may also be adapted for use as stand-alone exercises. The ANCESTORS IN THE AMERICAS companion Web site helps to round out the stories and ideas presented in this groundbreaking series. Visit the Asian American Timeline to learn about specific moments and events that shaped Asian America
ICT policy, advocacy and the digital divide
The ICT Policy for Civil Society training materials build the capacity of civil society organisations to understand policy and regulation related to information and communication technologies (ICT) so that they can begin to engage and influence policy processes affecting ICT adoption and implementation at national, regional and global levels.
High levels of ultraviolet light can be harmful to many biological systems, as this higher energy radiation has a mutagenic effect on plant and animal cells.
This lesson discusses population growth, both in the United States and in the world. Topics include factors that influence population growth, such as government policy, religion, education or economic levels, and energy use per capita.
Education and Earnings: Does Education Pay?
Overall, we see that even when controlling for occupation, gender continues to affect earnings: women make less than men. In this exercises, students will examine the influence of education on earnings. Do higher levels of education lead to higher earnings?
Marriage and Divorce
This activity provides a look at marriage and divorce among different race/ethnicity, ages, education and income levels over time.
Comparison of flower constancy and foraging performance in three bumblebee species (Hymenoptera: Api
The three bumblebee species Bombus terrestris (Linnaeus 1758), Bombus lapidarius (Linnaeus 1758), and Bombus pascuorum (Scopoli 1763) showed consistent differences in their respective levels of flower constancy when foraging on three different pairs of flower species. B. terrestris was always the most flower constant, followed by B. lapidarius, with B. pascuorum the least flower constant species. These interspecific differences in flower constancy were related to foraging performance under field