Disease Processes and Treatment
This concurrent credit course covers disease processes and drug therapy used to treat commonly found pathological conditions. Normal anatomy and physiology of each body system is reviewed and conditions that disrupt homeostasis are examined. Conditions considered are both acquired and congenital. Diagnostic methods, management, treatment modalities, and prognoses are discussed. Classifications of drugs are introduced and the various groups of pharmacologic agents, their actions; absorption, metabolism and excretion; and reasons for use are covered.
FRCC: HPR 232 - Disease Processes and Treatment **These are Front Range Community College classes taught at CDC and require a separate enrollment and registration process for all students.**
- Course Subject
- Course Number
- CTE 9524
- Course Duration
- 1 Semester
- Course Credit
- 1.0 Practical Arts
- Course Fee
- $10.00 HOSA Membership
- CTE 9515 & CTE 9516 & CTE 9517
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