NURS 5222: Advanced Human Physiology

2 CreditsOnline Available

This course focuses on principles of cellular and systems physiology that affect maintenance of homeostasis and health across the diverse and population-specific lifespan. Students will learn about cellular physiology which is then applied to 1) understanding general principles of physiology and 2) neural and humoral control of physiological systems (rheological, renal, respiratory, cardiovascular, gastrointestinal, sensory, musculoskeletal, immune, and reproductive). Students will apply this knowledge to interpret changes in normal functions that deviate from the healthy state. This course serves as the foundation for understanding the pathophysiological state and also for building clinical reasoning skills needed in the various speciality areas of the advanced practice role.

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B+ Average (3.424)Most Common: A- (27%)

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