The following tutorials have been developed to provide a logical sequence for learning about the heart and circulation. The first block of tutorials focuses on normal physiology. The second block of tutorials emphasizes the pathophysiological mechanisms of several cardiovascular disorders. Because the pathophysiology tutorials assume a basic knowledge of normal physiology, it is helpful to first go through the normal physiology tutorials before the pathophysiology tutorials.
Quiz Questions Linked to Tutorials
Users of cvphysiology.com now have an opportunity to self-assess learning by answering quiz questions. At the end of each tutorial, there is a link to an external website that has multiple choice and true/false questions that are associated with the tutorial. When the quiz results are given to the user after taking the quiz, links are provided back to specific cvphysiology.com pages to assist learning. Users will need to register (free) on the quizegg.com site to access the quiz questions for the tutorial. No personal information is available to cvphysiology.com other than user provided login name and analysis of user performance on the quiz questions. This feedback will be used to improve cvphysiology.com content and quiz questions.
|Pathophysiology of Cardiovascular Disorders|
|Heart valve disease|
|Hypertension and hypotension|
|Coronary artery disease|
|Peripheral artery disease|