HE 224 - Altered States of Adult Health
Formerly: ADN 104
This course is for ADN students to explore how alterations in structure (anatomy) and function (physiology) disrupt the human body as a whole. An understanding of how the human body uses its adaptive powers to maintain homeostasis is an important feature of this course. The focus will be on the clinical application of pathophysiological concepts and alterations.
Prerequisite(s): BIO 272 and 16 credit hours completed
4 credits = 4 lecture
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