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Mar 30, 2016 by Joe Velez (velezjd)
NURS 3104 : Human Anatomy and Physiology II
Wed, 30 Mar 2016 09:16:03 GMT
Wed, 09 Mar 2016 15:41:26 GMT
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Human Anatomy and Physiology II
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Human Anatomy & Physiology II
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Continuation of NURS 3103. Fundamental structures and functions as they relate to the human body, including homeostasis, anatomical language and body organization, tissues and histology; and cardiovascular, lymphatic, respiratory, digestive, urinary, and reproductive systems. Requires a basic background in introductory cell/molecular biology.
1. Apply concepts of homeostasis, regional and directional terminology, and histology to the study of body systems. 2. Describe gross anatomy and physiology of reproductive, cardiovascular, respiratory, urinary, lymphatic, and digestive systems. 3. Describe the relationship between anatomical features of the systems and their related tissues. 4. Calculate physiological parameters and interpret data. 5. Recognize and explain the anatomical and physiological interrelationships within and between systems of the human body. 6. Apply knowledge of the systems to practical, problem-solving situations. 7. Demonstrate the consequences of physiological and anatomical changes on the body.
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Nurs 3104 Anatomy&PhysiologyII Syllabus final.doc
Nurs 3104 Anatomy&PhysiologyII Syllabus final_AcEd.doc
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Online course offered by SON as a prerequisite for entry to BSN degree.
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