PHYSD 1523: Human Physiology II

College of Pharmacy, Downers Grove Campus
Credits 3.5
This course provides core knowledge of physiology required by students of pharmacy in order to understand normal function and to acquire the ability to analyze and interpret the immediate and long-term compensatory responses to common disease states of the respiratory, renal, acid-base, endocrine, and gastrointestinal systems. Basic and applied terminology as well as the basic morphology of systems are discussed, and the relationship between anatomy and function of the systems considered is included.