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HSCI 4102 : HumanPhysiology/ExtremeEnviro
Wed, 15 Feb 2017 22:17:22 GMT
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CHS-BSHS: Clinical Health Sciences
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The course examines human physiology and the pathophysiology of acute illnesses and injuries, and evaluates appropriate mitigation strategies associated with living and working in extreme environments.
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