Advanced Physiology with Anatomy (BIOL716)


Course Memo

This course includes advanced studies of human anatomy and physiology of the cell and muscular, cardiovascular, pulmonary, neurological, renal, hepatic, and endocrine systems. Emphasis is placed on feedback mechanisms, homeostasis, assessment, and intervention. Basic concepts in human genetics relevant to anesthesia practice are introduced. This serves as a basis for understanding the pathophysiology of these systems and associated implications for anesthesia practice. Experiences with virtual anatomy technology with the cadaver lab are included to integrate knowledge of specific anatomical structures in understanding the anatomical basis of selected procedures in the practice of nurse anesthesia.  

Course Section Description

Please see instructor for Lab dates and locations per DNAP Department.