Simulations currently available for Phlebotomy.

1st Lab Tutorial:

• Virtual Labs Tutorial

Bacterial Genetics:

• Polymerase Chain Reaction (PCR)


• Differential White Blood Cell Count
• Hematocrit
• Hemoglobin Content
• Blood Typing

Cardiovascular Physiology:

• Electrocardiography
• Heart Auscultation

Digestive System:

• Enzymes & Digestion

DNA Biology and Technology:

• Rapid Diagnostic Testing

Endocrine System:

• Influence of Thyroid Hormone on Temperature Regulation
• Effects of Blood Glucose Level

Eye and Vision:

• Eye Dissection
• Accommodation of the Lens
• Astigmatism Test
• Blind Spot Demonstration
• Color Vision Test
• Convergence Reflex Test
• Pupillary Reflex Test
• Visual Acuity Test

Human Genetics:

• Chromosomal Inheritance During Meiosis
• Genetic Inheritance

Medication Administration

• Administering an Intradermal Injection
• Administering an Intramuscular Injection
• Administering a Subcutaneous Injection

Metric Measurement:

• Length
• Weight
• Volume
• Temperature


• Oil Immersion

Natural Selection:

• Antibiotic-Resistant Bacteria

Nervous System:

• Demonstrate Monosynaptic Reflexes

Respiratory System:

• Mechanism of Breathing
• Pulmonary Function Tests

Safety and Infection Control:

• Hand Hygiene
• Practicing Body Mechanics
• Using and Removing Gloves
• Using Personal Protective Equipment
• Autoclave Sterilization

Skeletal Muscle:

• Shoulder & Elbow Movement Exercise
• Electrical Stimulation

Specimen Collection

• Performing Capillary Puncture
• Performing a Venipuncture using an Evacuated System
• Collecting a QuickCatch Mid-Stream Urine Specimen
• Performing a Nasopharyngeal Swab


• Smear Preparation
• Gram Staining

Urinary System:

• Urinalysis

Vital Signs and Measurements

• Blood Pressure
• Measuring Adults and Older Children
• Measuring and Recording Temperature
• Measuring Infants
• Obtaining a Pulse Oximetry Reading
• Pulse and Respirations

Get Started with Virtual Labs

Virtual Labs are assignable within McGraw Hill ALEKS® and Connect®, and also available as a stand-alone product from these disciplines: Anatomy & Physiology, Biology (Majors and Non-majors), Botany, Environmental Science, Genetics, Human Biology, Medical Assisting, Microbiology, Nutrition, Physics, and Physical Science.