University of Guelph 1997-98 Undergraduate Calendar

Course Description

75-422 Human Cardiovascular Physiology W(3-2)

The central focus is a comprehensive examination of the effects of a variety of work parameters on normal human circulatory adjustments required to meet metabolic work demands. Immediate adjustments to increasing metabolic rate as well as long term levels of circulatory adaptability will be discussed. The laboratory section of the course will complement the lecture material but is also intended to provide the student with a knowledge of classical, as well as most recent techniques for cardiovascular data collection. Demonstration labs are minimal; student involvement in small group studies is stressed.

Prerequisites: 1 of 75-3941:2, 75-395, 75-396, 77-315, 77-325, 92-319, 98-306, 98-307.
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1998-99 Undergraduate Calendar
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