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Welcome to HDP 301! Processes of Human Disease I Seneca College BScN Program Winter 2019
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HDP 301 Winter 2017 Dr. David Anderson [email protected] Office: Room 1128 I can be available before and after class Office hours: email me and we’ll set up a time to meet.
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HDP 301 Intro to human disease & fundamental principles of homeostatic mechanisms How alterations in homeostatic mechanisms can disrupt the human body. Cell injury, cell death, and wound healing Inflammation, Immunity and Infection Pain-mechanisms, theories, and bodily responses Fluids, Electrolytes, and Acid-Base Balance/Imbalances Stress and Disease GI Disorders Cardiovascular Disorders Respiratory Disorders Endocrine System Disorders Musculoskeletal Disorders Congenital and Genetic Disorders
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Modes of Instruction 1 class per week, 3 hours per class All classes are lecture-style Lecture power points are posted on Blackboard under “Course Documents” Lecture slides will be posted online before each class Please print off lecture slides before class so you can follow along as I talk. You can add notes and extra information during class
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HDP301 The focus of our course material will be on what is discussed in class Often, a concept/subject will be introduced that you may be expected to expand on using your textbook and power points – if so, this will be made clear in class
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Modes of Instruction Textbook: Copstead-Kirkhorn, L.C. & Banasik, J.L. (2009). Pathophysiology (6th ed.) Weekly textbook readings are posted in the outline and on the next slide
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We Class Content Weekly Preparation 1 Course introduction Cell injury, cell death Chapter 1 and 4 2 Pain Inflammation and Immunity Wound Healing Chapter 47 Chapter 9 Chapter 9, 51 3 Immune pathology Introduction to Infection Stress and disease Chapter 10 Chapter 8 Chapter 2 4 TEST 1 Fluid, Electrolyte and acid/base Pathology (self study) 15% (weeks 1-3) Chapters 24,25 5 Gastrointestinal Disorders disorders of the alimentary canal and peritoneum disorders of the gallbladder and pancreas Chapter 36 Chapter 37 6 Cardiovascular Disorders atherosclerosis, PVD Vascular disorders (HTN) Chapter 15 Chapter 16 7 Cardiovascular Disorders CAD ACS Chapter 17,18 STUDY BREAK
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8 TEST 2 Cardiovascular Disorders HF Arrhythmias, Venous Thrombosis, Pulmonary Embolism 20% (weeks 4-7) Chapter 19 Chapter 15 9 Respiratory Disorders principles of respiratory dysfunction Hypoxemia and Hypercapnia Respiratory Insufficiency and Failure Chapter 21 10 Respiratory Disorders Asthma, COPD, Pneumonia Chapter 22, 23 11 TEST #3 Endocrine Disorders - Diabetes 20% (Weeks 8-10) Chapter 41 12 Endocrine Disorders - Thyroid and Adrenal disorders Chapter 40 13 Musculoskeletal Disorders - Bone fractures - Rheumatoid Arthritis, Osteoarthritis - Ankylosing Spondylitis - Osteoporosis Congenital Disorders (self study) Chapter 51 Chapter 52 Chapter 6 14 FINAL EXAM 35% (COMPREHENSIVE)
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Modes of Evaluation Test #1 15% Test #2 20% Test #3 20% Final Exam (comprehensive) 35% Other (quizzes, readings etc.
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