DUTEC 106 Pathophysiology II • 3 Cr.
Continues upon Pathophysiology I emphasizing the physiology and pathology of the cardiovascular and the peripheral vascular system. Prerequisite: DUTEC 105 or permission of program chair.
After completing this class, students should be able to:
- Define terms used to describe pathologic states of the cardiac and peripheral vascular systems.
- Identify various pathologies and lesions of the circulatory and nervous systems
- Describe the sequence of events in hypoix injury.
- Distinguish the differences between acquired and congenital diseases.
- Obtain a thorough clinical history from a patient or referring physician relating to conditions of the circulatory or nervous systems.
- Identify various testing procedures used for the diagnosis of disease relating to the circulatory and nervous systems.