Powerpoints on Medical  & Surgical Nursing

Anal Fissure.ppt
Breast - Self Examination.ppt
Embryology In Pictures 2.ppt
Fetal Membranes    
Emergency Nursing NCLEX Practice Quiz 1 (20 Items).ppt
Emergency Nursing NCLEX Practice Quiz 2 (20 Items).ppt
Guillain-Barre Syndrome.ppt
Integumentary System Disorders NCLEX Practice Quiz  2.ppt
Cancer Esophagus   
CGFNS questions on GIT         
Intestinal Obstruction       
Nursing in Ulcerative Colitis   
Urine Collection and Tests   
Urinay Retention  
Gall Stones    
Head Injury   
Hemorrhagic Stroke 
Ischemic Stroke      
Increased Intracranial Pressure     
Kidney Transplantation  
MCQ for Nursing Students 6 
MCQ medsur mcq24bcs   
MCQ for Nursing Students 12  
MCQ for Nursing Students 7                                   
MCQs on Blood Transfusion NCLEX 1                       


Powepoints on Anatomy
Brain Stem
Fallopian Tube/Uterine Tube
Gall Stones
Mcq surgicalneck.ppt
testing your knowledge of anatomy 1.ppt
Umbilical Cord
Anal Canal
Adrenal Gland
Adductor Canal
Breast Anatomy
Cranial Nerves
Female Reproductive Organs
External Genitalia Female
Anatomy Feb 2006
Anatomy Question and Answer
Cranial Nerves
Internal Organs of Female Reproductive System   
MCQ Surgical Neck                

Fetal Circulation     




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Medical Surgical Nursing Exam NLE Pre Board 20 Items.html
Bronchial asthma
Status asthmaticus
Complications of pulmonary tuberculosis
Biceps muscles - biceps brachii - Biceps femoris

Powerpoint presentation on  Guillain Barre Syndrome     

Mental Health Nursing
Fugue, a dissociative disorder
alcohol wthdrawal syndrome
Obsessive Compulsive Disorder
Delirium Nursing Strategies
Bipolar Affective Disorders
Intellectual Development 
Somatoform Disorders
Post Traumatic Stress Disorder

Physiology topics
Mechanism of Respiration
Blood Grouping
coagulation Factors
contents and functions of middle ear
Endocrine glands and hormones
Functions of nephron, kidney
Functions of Saliva.html
Structure and functions of nephron / kidney
Special Senses and Receptors
Respiratory Center
Reflex Arc
Parts of GIT and their functions
Neuromuscular Junction
Mitosis and Meiosis
MCQs on Respiratory System 1
Functions of Saliva, Insulin, tastes, Placental Hormones
Endocrine glands and hormones
Blood and Blood Components
Blood transfusion
FAQ on Blood Transfusion
Menstrual Cycle   
Cardiac Cycle
Cerebrospinal Fluid 
Hormones of the posterior pituitary gland  

Anatomy topics
Carpal Bones
Bones of the upper limb and shoulder girdle
Elbow Joint
Fallopian/Uterine Tube
Sciatic Nerve
Stages of intellectual development
Instrumental Learning, Learning

Common congenital anomalies of the urinary tract

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