Lab Rats~Anatomy and Physiology Review

Lab Rats~Anatomy and Physiology Review

By Frances Cronin
Anatomy and Physiology topics explained in 10-20 min. This podcast can be used as review, lecture prep (at the 200ish level), recreational learning, or as a Hail Mary tx for insomnia. 😉
Cover art photo provided by oldskool photography on Unsplash: unsplash.com/@oldskoolphotography
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A Stroke of (Bad) Luck
In this episode we discuss strokes, the different types of CVA, symptoms, and a few old and new treatments. THIS IS SOLEY FOR EDUCATION AND LEARNING, NOT MEDICAL ADVISE, IF YOU OR SOMEONE ELSE IS HAVING STROKE SYMPTOMS CALL 911 IMMEDIATELY.
17:45
January 24, 2019
Muscle Histo Gain Train
Classification and histo of muscle tissue.
10:10
January 12, 2019
Connective Tissue-It’s a Histo Party!
Trying to figure out the difference between collagen and reticular fibers? You’re in the right spot.
18:20
January 11, 2019
Epithelia Galore!
The semester is days away, which means that Anatomy and Physiology profs, TAs, and lab rats everywhere are dusting off histology slides. Get a preview of epithelial tissue, before the madness begins with this new episode of Lab Rats! . Definition, functions, special adaptations, and classification. Free “start of semester pep talk” if you get to the end.
19:53
January 5, 2019
Influenza Types, Naming, Rx, Vaxx Review
Flu season is upon us, and expected to really kick off in the next few weeks. This episode will discuss types of flu, how we name the flu, and a few other interesting pieces of information.
13:36
October 23, 2018
Appendix Questions and Tangents
This episode discusses what science has to say about the appendix. We touch on some recent research, clinical applications, and other ideas. Thanks for the topic suggestion to Ian!
17:19
October 22, 2018
Lower respiratory A and P
Corrections: The D in COPD stands for disease, rather than disorder.
16:14
October 21, 2018
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