Health Sciences Basic Courses (HSBC)

HSBC 1104 ANAT & PHYSIOLOGY
A study of functional anatomy with an emphasis on basic principles of physiological activities of the different systems of the body.

HSBC 1113 MED TERMINOLOGY
This course covers the Greek and Latin prefixes, suffixes, adjectives, verbs, and the anatomical roots, and includes the terms for major diseases, examination, and diagnosis.

HSBC 1121 MEDICAL ETHICS
This survey course considers medical issues as they apply to the inter-relationships of health personnel, patients, physicians, and community. Various ethical issues are examined including confidentiality, informed consent, death and dying, euthanasia, abortion, and distribution of medical resources.

HSBC 1141 CPR HEALTHCARE PROV
This course is designed for the healthcare provider or others who are pursuing a career in the healthcare profession. The student will be given information on basic life support measures for adults, children and infants. The student will be provided with information in order to recognize and manage both cardiac arrest and stroke victims in a quick and timely manner. Other material is provided such as injury prevention, risk factors of cardiovascular disease and the performance skills required to understand and perform these important steps of basic life support.

HSBC 1224 INTRO/CLIN MICRO
This course is designed for the health care professional. Basic introductory course in microbiology as related to the health care professional; consideration will be given primarily to the pathogenic microorganisms, including bacteria, virus, rickettsiae, fungus and protozoa. Emphasis will be placed on diseases caused by microorganisms, aseptic technique, and control of nosocomial infections. Laboratory fee $7.00

HSBC 2103 HUMAN PATHOLOGY
General principles and mechanisms of disease with emphasis on common disorders such as infections, cancer, strokes, and heart disease. Prerequisite: HSBC 2114 or HSBC 1113 or HSBC 1104 or LFSC 1124

HSBC 2114 HUMAN ANATOMY
An in-depth study of human structure. Lab exercises include use of models and dissected human organs. Lab fee $10.00 Prerequisite: HSBC 1113 Medical Terminology or equivalent.

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