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Physiology - Examination Questions - I. Theory

Physiology - Examination Questions - I. Theory. A) Body Fluids. 1) Body fluids ... B) Cardiovascular Physiology. 1) Physiological ... 6) Heart sounds, phonocardiography. 7) Methods for heart examination (in exception of heart sounds evaluation). 8) Cardiac output. 9) Regulation of cardiac function. 10) Blood flow, velocity and ...


Enhancing Knowledge Retention of Cardiovascular Physiology

Dec 10, 2015 ... The use of simulation and cardiac physiology lectures for first year medical students was found to have a significant impact on students' cardiac physiology exam scores in the short-term. A longitudinal study is needed to see if there is long-term knowledge retention and improvement in clinical skills.


Clinical Cardiac Electrophysiology Certification exam blueprint

echocardiograms, venograms, fluoroscopy images, and other media to illustrate relevant patient findings. A tutorial including examples of ABIM exam question format can be found at http://www.abim.org/certification/exam-information/clinical- cardiac-electrophysiology/exam-tutorial.aspx. The blueprint can be expanded for  ...


Subject Exam Content & Sample Items

Physiology. 62. CLINICAL SCIENCES. Adult Ambulatory Medicine. Clinical Neurology. Family Medicine Modular. Medicine. Obstetrics & Gynecology. Pediatrics. Psychiatry. 70 ...... A 6-year-old boy is brought to the physician by his parents for a follow-up examination because of a heart murmur that has been present since ...


Lab #10: Cardiovascular Physiology

Lab #10: Cardiovascular Physiology. Background. The heart serves as a pump to drive the flow of blood through the body. It does so by undergoing a cycle of contraction and relaxation called the cardiac cycle. During the initial portion of the cardiac cycle, an electrical signal is generated in so-called “pacemaker cells” that .


Examination Of The Cardiovascular System

Examination Of The. Cardiovascular System. Charlie Goldberg, M.D.. Professor of Medicine, UCSD SOM [email protected] ... to uncover problems in that area. • Clinicians need to know the right questions. – as well as what the responses might mean! ... Palpation, Percussion. (omitted in cardiac exam) & Auscultation ...


Continuous and noninvasive recording of cardiovascular

choice questions about cardiovascular physiology on the end of semester exam were identical in 2009 and 2010. Student performance in these questions was statistically compared using McNemar's test for nonparametric data with a binomial distribution (answer correct or incorrect). Human ethics and statistical analysis.


The Role of Flipped Learning in Managing the Cognitive Load of a

ing format, performance in the in-class clinical problem solving in cardiovascular physi- ology, and performance in the factual, conceptual, and procedural knowledge questions pertaining to cardiovascular physiology on the lecture examination. A look at student participation data in the weekly quizzes gives us an idea of ...


Competency in Cardiac Examination Skills in Medical Students

Dec 17, 2016 ... observations. The training spectrum from medical stu- dents (MSs) to faculty has not been tested, to our knowledge. Methods: A validated 50-question, computer- based test was used to assess 4 aspects of cardiac examination com- petency: (1 ) cardiac physiology knowledge, (2) audi- tory skills, (3) visual ...



Aug 22, 2017 ... This course provides an in-depth, mechanistic survey of cardiovascular physiology at the organ, cellular ... Recommended reading will be based on scientific papers assigned by each instructor. ... Take home examination: Students will be provided with a research question to be answered in the form of a ...


Effect of a puzzle on the process of students' learning about cardiac

compared with the control group. In the academic exam, applied after both groups had used the puzzle, there was no difference in the scores obtained by the control and game groups in questions about cardiac physiology. These results showed a positive effect of the puzzle on students' learning about cardiac physiology ...


BIOC34: Human Physiology II Lecture (2017)

Description: This course will cover the cardiovascular, respiratory, renal and digestive systems as well as acid-base ... another human physiology course at another university, it is likely to be suitable for this course. ... Study Guides: Study guides, complete with sample exam questions from previous years will be available.

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Systems Physiology I: Cardiovascular, Respiratory, and Renal

Bioengineering 6000 CV Physiology. Systems Physiology I: ... Cardiovascular Physiology by Mohrman and Heller. Bioengineering 6000 CV ... Introduction. Grading. • Exams: 3 * 15% = 45% of total grade. – Types of questions. • True/false with explanation. • Describe a mechanism. • Explain an observation. • Interpret data.


Enhancing Knowledge Retention of Cardiovascular Physiology

Dec 10, 2015 ... not the final exam. Conclusions The use of simulation and cardiac physiology lectures for first year medical students was found to have a significant impact on ... clinical practice. Exam scores indicating knowledge retention were significantly higher for the students in the case-based group than those in the ...


Final Exam [PDF]

May 7, 2008 ... Question 1. (20 points) Cardiovascular physiology. As you know from our section meeting, blood pressure is measured using an inflatable cuff and a stethoscope. Describe how this blood pressure measurement works by answering the following questions: a) What happens in your arm as the inflatable cuff ...


Sample ADVANCED Examination Questions

The American Board of Anesthesiology. Sample ADVANCED Examination Questions ... A. Greater fraction of cardiac output to the vessel-rich organs. B. Greater functional residual capacity in ... In a patient who recently underwent heart transplantation, administration of which of the following agents is most likely to affect ...


PHSL3211 Cardiovascular Physiology and Pathophysiology

practicals and the concepts explored in a 1-hour on-line exam during Week 11 ( May 15th-19th), which will consist of multiple-choice and short-answer questions. Problem-Based Learning (PBL) Session. Students will undertake self-directed learning using case studies or scenarios relevant to cardiovascular physiology.



EXAMS. It is a challenge to administer and grade 500 tests. Although multiple- choice questions may not be a perfect way to assess knowledge, in a class this large it's the most practical way. We cannot offer alternate test styles to individuals who request them, because it would be impossible to offer them to all. Taking this ...


MCIP Qualifying Exam Requirements

place of your exam. ○ Meet with your committee members 2 months prior to your QE date. ○ Give your committee your written proposal at least one ... establish the level of detail expected for questions – at the level of the core MCIP physiology course. ○ Provide guidance on how to develop a set of integrative questions ...


Wisconsin Association for Perinatal Care Basics of Fetal Monitoring

Mar 30, 2011 ... PHYSIOLOGY. POST-TEST QUESTIONS. 1. Which of the following factors can have a negative effect on uterine blood flow? a. Hypertension b. Epidural c. Hemorrhage d. Diabetes e. All of the above. 2. How does the fetus compensate for decreased maternal circulating volume? a. Increases cardiac output ...

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