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  • The Body Systems Basic Anatomy and Physiology
  • WHY?
    • In order to better understand drugs and their effects on the human body.
    • A rudimentary knowledge of its’ workings will help understand how we manipulate the bodies processes to treat, prevent and cure disease.
  • Human Cell
  • The Skeleton
    • Bone tissue
    • Rigid frame work moved by muscles
    • Site for attachment of muscle tissue
    • Protects soft organs
    • Cartilage firm, semisolid, flexible
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  • Circulation
  • The Heart
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  • Nervous System
  • The Neuron
    • Brain, spinal cord & peripheral nerves
    • Electrochemical Messengers
    • Dendrites communication network
    • Sensory (peripheral)
    • Motor (muscle, glands, skin)
    • Receptors (chemicals, light, sound, touch)
  • Immune System
    • Lymph nodes
      • Filtration system
    • Antibodies
    • Immune system over-reaction
    • Immune system failure
  • Digestive Tract
    • Digestion
      • Mechanical phase
      • Chemical phase
        • Acid
          • Receptors
          • Pumps
    • Peristalsis
    • Esophageal Sphincter
  • Urinary System
    • Eliminates waste
    • Maintains Na+ and H2O balance
    • Blood Flow
      • Renal failure
    • Regulate blood composition
      • Filtration
      • Reabsorption
      • Secretion
  • Kidneys
  • The Nephron
  • Respiratory System
    • Delivers air to lungs
    • Gas Exchange
      • O2 diffuses from lungs to blood
      • CO2 diffuses from blood to lungs
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