1. Hold up the X-rays to a light source. Locate the heart and lungs.
2. Make a diagnosis about the health of the patient based on your observations.
3. Observe the size and shape of the heart and lungs. Are they normal in size?
4. What surprises you about the X-rays?
| lesson 1: Pulse of Life| lesson 2: Keeps on Pumpin' | lesson 3: Under Pressure | lesson 4: Sounds of the Heart | lesson 4a: Valves and Pumps | lesson 5: Lub Dub (valves) | lesson 5a: The Heart as a Pump | lesson 6: Go With the Flow | lesson 7: Lung Model | lesson 8: Ins and Outs of Respiration | lesson 9: Catch Your Breath | lesson 10: O2 CO2 Skit | lesson 11: X-Rays |
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