RESP 1110 - Cardiopulmonary Structure & Function Credits: 3
Human anatomical structure and function with a concentration on cardiac, pulmonary, and renal structure and function with emphasis on physiology as related to the practice of respiratory care. This course covers gas laws and physical principles associated with respiratory, gas transport and acid base regulation. It also covers ventilation, pulmonary mechanics, circulation, hemodynamics, and introduces fetal newborn anatomy and physiology and basic cardiac and renal function.
Prerequisite: Completion of all prerequisite courses and admission into the Respiratory Therapy program.
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