Respiratory System – Physiology (Nursing)

Respiratory System – Physiology (Nursing)

by Jasmine Clark

Get a Better Understanding About the Respiratory System!

With this online course, you will achieve exam-relevant knowledge about the respiratory system—starting with the system’s functions, leading to details about its different parts such as the upper and lower respiratory tracts and the CO2/O2 exchange in the alveoli.

Besides high-quality video lectures, you will get access to quiz questions, learning objectives and download material. Start learning today!

Course Details

  • Videos 27
  • Duration 1:50 h
  • Quiz questions 63
  • Articles 0

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Your Educators of course Respiratory System – Physiology (Nursing)

 Jasmine Clark

Jasmine Clark

Jasmine Clark, Ph.D., is a Senior Clinical Instructor in Nursing in Atlanta, GA. She teaches Human Anatomy and Physiology, Microbiology, and Advanced Pathophysiology to undergraduate, pre-nursing students. She truly enjoys being an educator and providing the foundational knowledge upon which students will rely when practicing as a nurse.


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It covers all the areas of respiratory system but the quiz were few
By Simbarashe M. on 24. June 2021 for Respiratory System – Physiology (Nursing)

Some of the videos were long Should add more quiz I would encourage my study mates to use Lecturio

 
Great Information
By Dean O. on 13. January 2021 for Respiratory System – Physiology (Nursing)

Excellent material presented. The information really helped to clarify the topics. Have greatly enjoyed using the platform. Well presented!

 
Clear but distracting hands.
By Julia M. on 08. December 2020 for Ventilation–Perfusion Coupling – External Respiration (Nursing)

She's very clear, but her hand movements are really distracting.

 
I like it very much
By Ranieska Simone Antonia G. on 23. November 2020 for Respiratory System: Functions (Nursing)

The presenter is good at delivering her topic. This is the only video I've watched that has a good explanation.