Core clinical sciences for healthcare professionals
Each Clinical Science Series app contains 120-160 multiple choice questions with detailed explanations and diagrams.
The Clinical Science Series is designed to help medical students and doctors revise anatomy and physiology using a systems based approach. These sciences underpin the principles and practice of medicine and surgery and a solid foundation is crucial to ongoing professional development.
Content covers both undergraduate and postgraduate syllabi and is perfect for learning on the move whether you’re revising for exams (including medical school exams, MRCP, FRCA, MRCS, USMLE, PLAB) or just refreshing your knowledge. Available titles include:
Key topics include: structure of the respiratory tree, surface anatomy, the respiratory cycle, control of ventilation, interpreting lung function tests, physiological calculations, the mechanics of respiration, the A-a gradient, pulmonary circulation and the gas laws.
Key topics include: anatomy of the heart and vasculature, exercise physiology, phases of the cardiac cycle, physiological calculations, the Frank-Starling relationship, the Bowditch phenomenon and control of cardiac output.
Key topics include: abdominal wall anatomy, digestion/absorption, hepatopancreatobiliary system, GI histology, rectum, small bowel, abdominal transit, abdominal vasculature.
Key topics include: innate immunity, adaptive immunity (both cellular and humoral) and the structure and function of the components of the immune system.
Key topics include: pharmacokinetics, pharmacodynamics, drug monitoring, drug metabolism and excretion, and mechanisms of drug action in respiratory, cardiac, gastrointestinal, renal and central nervous systems.
Key topics include: laboratory techniques, pathogenesis, aetiology and epidemiology of infection, sterilisation, disinfection and antisepsis and antimicrobial therapy.