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Anatomy & Physiology, Pathology

A Heart Rate Lesson Plan Using Physiology & Pathology

Instructors rejoice—the first of our Physiology & Pathology Lab Activities has arrived! Today, we’re going to talk you through a free lesson plan for teaching students in your classroom or lab about resting heart rate, max heart rate, and target ...
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Anatomy & Physiology, Pathology

Decoding the Heart: What Is an ECG?

If you’ve explored our newest app, Physiology & Pathology, you might have noticed that one of the tools you can use alongside the beating heart is a ...
Technology in Anatomy Education

Deciding on a Specialty after Med School

Are you currently in med school (or planning to go to med school) and unsure about which specialty you want to pursue after graduation? You are not ...
Anatomy & Physiology

The Endocrine System: The Thyroid and Parathyroids

The thyroid gland: it’s the beautiful butterfly of the endocrine system, and without it, regulating your body’s metabolism would be tough. There are ...
Technology in Anatomy Education

5 Topics That Have College Students and Instructors Talking

In 2019, the team at Visible Body hit two all-time highs: We sold subscriptions to over 1,000 academic institutions About 400 healthcare ...
News, Pathology

VB News Desk: What Is the Wuhan Coronavirus?

In the past few days, the coronavirus outbreak that began in Wuhan, China in December has been a topic of much discussion in the news. As of Jan. 24, ...
Technology in Anatomy Education

Is Visible Body Courseware a Good Alternative to an Anatomage Table?

Virtual anatomy education tools are becoming more and more popular, and there is a wide range of forms those tools can take. Many are meant to ...
Technology in Anatomy Education

Can Augmented Reality Improve The Learning Experience of Future Healthcare Professionals?

Did you know that a 2016 survey revealed that many of today’s high school students want to be tomorrow’s healthcare professionals? Of the 10 most ...
Anatomy & Physiology

Anatomy & Physiology: 4 Facts About the Cervix

It’s January! Time for New Year’s resolutions and a whole lot of snow (for us New Englanders at least). But did you know that January is also ...
News

VB News Desk: 4 Awesome Biomaterial Innovations

The material a medical device is made out of is central to its function. Some devices need to deliver drugs and then dissolve. Others need to be able ...