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NURS 5230

Advanced Pathophysiology I

Two semester hours.

This course is part I of a comprehensive study of the pathophysiologic basis of disease as it affects human beings across the life cycle. Emphasis is placed upon endogenous and exogenous environmental factors that contribute to altered functional balance. The focus is on the cardiovascular, immune, neurologic and renal systems related to mechanisms of disease and specific mechanisms that cause abnormalities resulting in dysfunction. Disease states commonly encountered and managed in primary care settings are emphasized. Prerequisites:  NURS5320 or permission of faculty.

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