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Human Anatomy and Physiology - An Introduction

GEHC-SHSCC-NRSE-LS9086-P1
Technologist Education
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Anyone in the medical field, from doctors and nurses to the anesthetic and operation theater technicians need to be aware of how the human body works. Each person needs to be aware of the various internal and external parts of the body. It is important to know how these parts function to keep the human body in proper working order. The study of human body structure and its related organs is called anatomy. In general, anatomy deals with the structure of cells, molecules, bones, tissues, organs, and other parts of the human body. After completing this course, you will be able to: 1. explain the composition and function of different types of cells in our body and 2. describe the classification and function of human tissues and body systems.

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