HES207 Clinical Pathophysiology

A study of basic pathophysiologic concepts using a major body system/organ approach appropriate to the foundation required by health students. The systems to be reviewed include: cardiovascular, pulmonary, genitourinary, gastrointestinal, neurologic, hematologic, musculoskeletal, reproductive and endocrine systems. Etiology and progression from the normal physiological state to the diseased state with resultant clinical signs and symptoms, diagnoses and interventions, including pharmacologic therapies, will be discussed.

Credit Hours


Lecture Hours



Writing proficiency or RWR090 Reading Writing and Reasoning Minimum Grade of: C and Fndns of Math proficiency and BIO101 Human Biology Minimum Grade of: C or BIO122 Anatomy & Physiology II Minimum Grade of: C


  • Free Elective