Course Details

This introductory pathophysiology course focuses on the study of homeostasis and how it is altered by physical, biochemical, microbial, or genetic factors. The course includes etiology, pathogenesis, growth and developmental variations, clinical manifestations, complications, diagnosis, and treatment of selected health challenges. By the end of the course learners will be able to identify, explain, and discuss diseases and disorders in relation to physical presentation in preparation for future courses in medical assessment and treatment. Textbook{s) required for this course, please see the Diploma in Health Sciences (EMS) webpage.


  • PARA-1100 (or Equivalent)
Course Offerings
No sections are currently scheduled for this course

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