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HTHS 2230 - Introductory Pathophysiology

Credits: (3)
Typically taught:
Fall [Full Sem, Online]
Spring [Full Sem, Online]
Summer [Full Sem, Online]


An introduction to the pathophysiologic disruptions of normal human body function.  This course will emphasize disease mechanisms and the body’s response to restore homeostasis.  Units of study include foundational concepts of cellular injury, genetics, acid-base, electrolyte, and fluid balance and functional alterations of the immune, hematologic, nervous, endocrine, cardiovascular, respiratory, urinary, musculoskeletal, and reproductive systems. Prerequisite: Completion of HTHS 1110  and HTHS 1111 , or HTHS 1105  and HTHS 1106 , or ZOOL 2200 , or an equivalent human physiology course with a grade of C or better.  Concurrent enrollment in HTHS 2231  is recommended.



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