Mosby's Human Anatomy through Dissection Series for EMS DVD 2
This DVD demonstrates important structures and vasculature of the chest through dissection, making human anatomy relevant to prehospital care. It also includes line art, animations, x-rays, and CT scans to reinforce anatomy concepts.
Dissections of both a male and a female cadaver show organs and systems of the body in vivid detail to help students understand their relationship to EMS education.
Drawings, animations, x-rays, and CT scans of body structures and systems show important landmarks to help students easily locate internal structures.
A respected host and paramedic coordinator from the University of Maryland, Baltimore County, Michael D. Cooney, assists in the dissection process relating human anatomy to prehospital care. Other participants include an emergency physician and a surgical physician assistant.
High-definition dissection video shows twice the detail as standard definition format, ensuring clarity of coverage for your students.
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