A & P

The books referenced for these lecture notes are both Marieb and Martini, two very commonly-used texts. But anatomy is anatomy…it’s not like there’s going to be much difference between the two!

A&PINTRODUCTION TO ANATOMY
Includes introduction to anatomy, language of anatomy, biochemistry basics, cell basics, DNA replication, tissues and the integumentary system:
A&P Intro to Anatomy
A&P Biochemistry
A&P Cell Organelles
A&P Tissues
A&P Integumentary

SPINAL CORD & NERVOUS SYSTEM
The Spinal Cord & Parasympathetic Nervous System: A&P Spinal Cord & PNS
Autonomic Nervous System and Central Nervous Systems: A&P ANS A&P CNS
Nervous Tissue and Membrane Potential: A&P Nervous Tissue & Membrane Potential
Brain Development Study Aid: Embryological Brain Development

MUSCULOSKELETAL SYSTEM
Joints: A&P Joints & Skeletal Movement
Muscles Lecture Notes: A&P Muscle Anatomy & Physiology
Muscles Charts: All Muscles  Abdominal muscles Ribs CC Spine
Skeletal System: A&P The Skeletal System A&P The Skeleton
Bone Ossification Study Aid: Ossification Song

LYMPHATIC SYSTEM
A&P Lymphatic System A A&P Lymphatics & Immunity

FLUID AND ELECTROLYTE BALANCE
A&P Fluids & Electrolytes

CARDIOVASCULAR SYSTEM
A&P A The Heart A&P B Cardiac Physiology A&P C Cardiac Physics

GI SYSTEM
A&P Digestive System

HEMATOLOGIC SYSTEM
A&P Blood A A&P Blood B

THE SENSES
A&P Hearing Equilibrium A&P Taste Smell Vision

ENDOCRINE SYSTEM
A&P Endocrine Overview

REPRODUCTIVE SYSTEM
AP Development  A&P Reproduction

And last but not least…study tips for A&P!
Study tips for Anatomy

29 thoughts on “A & P

  1. Mandi

    These outlines are going to be so helpful to me! So glad to have just discovered your site. Curious to know if you saved any helpful materials from Microbiology… Thank you!

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    1. Nurse Mo Post author

      Sorry…I don’t have any of my notes from Micro…I didn’t start typing them up until A&P. Good luck with school!

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  2. Shweta

    Amazing site!! I’m trying to brush up on A&P while on a nursing waitlist. I love how you condensed all this wonderful information in one place! Thank you!!

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  3. Mandi

    Hello! Thank you for your wonderful blog. It has been so helpful to me in my first month of Anatomy. I wanted to ask if you could share your study strategies for A&P… we are on the skeletal system and I am considering shelling out $300 for a skeleton from Amazon because I just don’t get enough time in lab to study the bones (even going to open lab, tutoring, etc). Your input is much appreciated! -Mandi

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    1. Nurse Mo Post author

      DO NOT spend $300 on a skeleton! Yikes! Get an atlas that shows all the bones and study them that way. That’s what I did! I have a post on the site somewhere that talks about how I studied for A&P…maybe try looking under Study Tips? I’ll see if I can find it.

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  4. Mandi

    Thank you for all of your helpful responses! The Study Tips helped me quite a bit… I got an A on my lab practical 🙂

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  5. Tracey

    I’m SO glad I found your blog. This is amazing! I’m strongly considering applying to my schools nursing program and I’m taking my first prereq next semester (anatomy & physiology I). I’m really nervous because I want to do so well but I’m scared I wont. I’m just really glad I found your blog because you provide so much helpful info and your notes look great. Can’t wait to read all of them 🙂

    Tracey

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  6. Kenneth Clay Jr.

    I love this site! Thanks, I start my sciences course next semester and these notes will indeed come in handy… I would recommend this site for everyone.

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  7. Allison McGinnis

    This is amazing! So happy I found it – wish I would have before my A&P I & II classes. I did well in both, but I love your notes. Do you have notes on blood pressure regulation? I would like to get more review in on that before starting nursing school this fall.
    Thanks!!!

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    1. Nurse Mo Post author

      I should have something along those lines under cardiac physiology. Let me know if you don’t find it.

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  8. Tracy

    Thanks so much for this blog. I’m glad I found it :-). I’m completing my prerequisites for nursing school. Just aced Pharmacology this summer and will be taking AP 1 this fall and I’m so nervous. I have a feeling I’ll be on here a lot!

    This blog rocks????????

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  9. Leesha

    I’m 4 wks into A&P and was beginning to feel so overwhelmed. You site is simply amazing and I’m so glad I stumbled across it!

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    1. Nurse Mo Post author

      Sorry…I am not familiar with the process for international students. I would suggest just starting with a Google search for nursing scholarships. Best of luck!

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