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Physiology and Pathophysiology Questions

 
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Med in a Flash mobile review applications are designed to provide Medical students with an easy, efficient tool to learn vital health care content on the go. Review content is categorized by major body systems and then further broken down into disease states to allow the user to review content pertinent to their education. The questions are geared towards providing the needed information to ace exams and to build a solid knowledge foundation for the future.

The Physiology and Pathophysiology “Med in a Flash” module is a tool for students to reinforce learning that takes place in the classroom. The flash cards cover common conditions, medications, physiology and pathophysiology. It is designed to provide review of concepts needed to ace exams.

Questions are grouped into chapters and sub-categories for easy reviewing. Select any sub-category to start your review session. Your performance history and progress will be stored as you go so you can exit any time and pick up right where you left off when you come back. You can review your stats at the sub-category start screen and mastery icons will be added to each question set as you hit review milestones.


Sample Questions
_______, _______ and _______ cells are incapable of dividing.
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Nerve, Lens and muscle
Endotoxin are released at cell death by Gram _______ organisms.
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Calcium causes cell injury because there is a/an _______.
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accumulation
The most common cause of cellular injury and death is....
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hypoxia
Reduced blood supply is called...
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Ischemia, form of hypoxic damage.
Total deprivation of oxygen...
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Anoxia
The process of the breakdown of proteins is called...
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ubiquitization and/or protein catabolism.
_______, _______, and _______ cells divide very rapidly.
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Endothelial, lung and skin
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GI Pathophysiology


Brain Injuries


Neurological System


Respiratory System










    

This application contains over 7,800 Physiology and Pathophysiology Study Questions. Topics reviewed in this module include:


Topic

Questions

3rd Spacing

3rd Spacing

46

Acid Base Imbalances

Acid Base Imbalances

73

Acid Base Imbalances Cont

32

Cancer

Cancer

167

Cardiovascular System

Abdominal Aortic Aneurysms

112

CAD and ACS

179

Cardiac

394

Cardiac Monitoring and Dysrhythmias

75

Cardiopulmonary Basics

116

Cardiovascular System

189

Heart Failure

91

Hypertension

104

Inflammatory and Structural Heart Disorders

94

Pediatric Cardiovascular System

195

Vascular Disorders

148

Endocrine System

Pediatric Endocrine Disorders

24

Fluid and Electrolytes

Fluid and Electrolytes

205



GI System

Elimination Alterations

47

GI Pathophysiology

94

Pancreatitis, Cirrhosis, and Liver failure

81

Pediatric GI Disorders

201

GU or Renal System

Genitourinary System

46

Kidney Failure and Dialysis

208

Pediatric Genitourinary Disorders

172

Renal Problems

58

Renal System

173

Urinary System Care

48

Hematologic System

Blood Cancers and Neutropenia

99

Hematologic Problems

44

Hematologic System

75

Hematology and Cells

299

Integumentary Skin

Burns and Burn Treatment

92

Dermatology Pathophysiology

139

Integumentary Problems

31

Integumentary System

117

Pediatric Burns

110

Musculoskeletal System

Muscle and Skeletal

210

Musculoskeletal System and Care

103

Neurological System

Brain Injuries

47

Neuro

379

Pediatric Neurology

350

Sensory System

11

Pharmacology

Psychiatric Biology

93

Reproductive System

Reproductive Pathophysiology

150

Respiratory System

ARDS and Respiratory Failure

72

Dx Studies of Resp. System

99

Lower Respiratory Problems

277

Pediatric Respiratory System

225

Problems of Oxygenation Ventilation

197

Problems with Ventilation

78

Pulmonary System

12

Respiratory System

154

Upper Respiratory Problems

312

Sepsis and SIRS

Sepsis and SIRS

55

Visual and Auditory

Visual and Auditory Problems

469

Visual and Auditory Systems

269




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