BIS 242◊ Introduction to Human Pathophysiology

3 credits

Last Update Effective: 8/30/93

Underlying molecular mechanisms and causes of altered physiological states in the human body are covered. Major concepts emphasized in the course include maintenance of acid-base and body-fluid balances, oxygenation, neuro endocrine regulation and control, immune defense mechanisms, cardiovascular mechanisms and aging. Critical-thinking and problem-solving techniques will be used to study the interaction of body systems in the development of various diseases states. This course is designed for allied health practitioners and pre-professional students.

Prerequisite: BIS 240◊ and BIS 241

Lecture: 3 hours

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