This course builds upon previous knowledge of human anatomy and physiology by exploring the pathological processes underlying diseases and disorders that produce alterations in human physiological function. The etiology, pathophysiology, complications, and clinical manifestations of select acute and chronic alterations across the lifespan are examined to gain a basic understanding of these pathophysiological changes. Major concepts associated with disease are examined through a holistic lens.
Note: Prerequisite for Practical Nurse & Open Studies: ANPH 1000 or ANPH 1002, with a minimum grade of C-
Restricted to PN, PN for Internl Educated Nurses, Open Studies (Some class sections may not be open to PN for Internl Educated Nurses)