I’m about to share with you everything you’ll ever need to know about human anatomy, physiology and drug therapy, complete with diagrams, courses, lesson plans, quizzes and solutions. I’ll provide an effective and painless way to learn or review anatomy and physiology, from the chemical level through the entire organism
I was recently a nominee in the poster prize at the British Neuroendocrine Society annual conference held on 15th and 16th September 2008 at the University of Briston. In 2004, I founded the "InnerHealth" training school for paramedics and nurses in Pennsylvania.
But more importantly, since 1996, I’ve helped thousands of students, practitioners and junior doctors learn and master the complex topics of anatomy quickly and easily.
You see, once an expert explains to you how to actually do it…in language you can easily understand…this is almost as easy as…eating lunch.
The secret is in following proven lessons, mastering the subject one step at a time – At your own speed with detailed illustrations. This is closest thing to joining a full time medical course that will cost you over thousands of dollars. Sounds good? Then read on ..
Each Lessons Ends With Key Facts, Revision Tests + Solutions To Reinforce Learning and Pinpoint Weaknesses
Idiot Proof Coverage Of Every Region & System In The Body and Identify Specific Muscle Groups and Their Functions
Simple Explanations of Cell Structures & Body Tissue and Review Key Anatomy & Physiology Concepts
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This Ultimate Award Winning Human Anatomy Course is unsurpassed in conveying complex anatomical & pathological information.
All structures and musculature are modeled and labeled including nerves, deep and superficial muscles, blood supply, skeletal structures and unique features for each individual body parts. Each topic is linked via references with test quizzes and this provides the best way to learn and understand human anatomy and the body.
This is honestly the most complete ultimate home study course in human anatomy and physiology course you’ll ever find on the Internet. With over 3000+ pages coupled with detailed illustrations and diagrams, it blows other similar courses away.
If you are a student, you’ll save yourself YEARS of research. Pursuing a career as a healthcare professional? No problem – this hands on course gets you up to speed in anatomy and physiology facts in a focused step by step manner. And thats not all!
Learn about Human Anatomy or Physiology without spending giant amounts of money on expensive courses. This easy to follow primer with quick study guides helps you understand the intricacies of the body and how all its system work together. So what does this mean for you?
Find out how human muscles, nerves, bones,organs, glands, connective tissue and more, function and communicate with each other
Discover the molecular-level workings of your glandular, genitourinary, digestive, cardiovascular, and other systems
But that’s just part of the story. Lets take a closer look at the main components in this course:
It is simply impossible to list everything down since it is too big but here is brief overview at some of the contents. This is just ONE of the many modules in this component
Lesson 10: Cardiovascular and Other Circulatory Systems of the Human Body
What this boils down to is that you’re getting the most comprehensive human anatomy & physiology course available. This leaves no stone unturned.
Remember, this is just ONE module out of the hundreds in this component. It is simply too huge to list them all.
Pharmacology continues to be among the most dynamic of the biomedical sciences and as such, it included as a component in this amazing home study course.
Frankly, I didn’t even delve into the details of every single module as I do not want to overwhlem you.
You’ll find out about drugs affecting the central nervous system, autonomic and cardiovascular drugs, drugs used to prevent and treat infections, lymphatic systems, cardiac and vasodilator drugs and so much more.
Let me tell you, though, that what I’ve shown here is VERY conservative in number. The actual contents of this course is jam packed with a gargantuan amount of knowledge that has been scrupulously researched. This tome of knowledge is right there…just waiting for you to open …
1-1 Regions of the human body 1-2 Anatomical position and medial-lateral relationships 1-3A The sagittal plane 1-3B The horizontal plane. 1-3C The frontal plane . 1-4 A "typical" animal cell (as seen in an electron microscope) 1-5 Planes of the body (exercise 14) 1-6 Directions (exercise 15). 1-7 Directions upon members (exercise 16). 1-8 A "typical" animal cell (exercise 18). 2-1 Epithelial cells. 2-2 Types of epithelial tissues 2-3 Types of muscle tissue 2-4 A neuron. 2-5 A synapse 3-1 The integument and related structures. 3-2 The integumentary derivatives (appendages) 3-3 A bursa–the simplest serous cavity 4-1 A mature long bone (femur) 4-2 A "typical synovial joint"–diagrammatic 4-3A Anterior view of the human skeleton 4-3B Posterior view of the human skeleton 4-4 A typical vertebra (superior and side views) 4-5 The human thorax with bones of the shoulder region 4-6 The human skull (front and side views) 4-7 A general pattern of the upper and lower members 4-8 The human scapula and clavicle (pectoral girdle) 4-9 The humerus, radius, and ulna 4-10 The human hand 4-11 The bony pelvis (two pelvic bones and sacrum). 4-12 The femur, tibia, and fibula (anterior views) 4-13 The human foot 5-1 Skeletal and facial muscles, anterior view. 5-2 Skeletal and facial muscles, posterior view 5-3 Types of lever systems 5-4 A simple pulley (the human knee mechanism)
5-5 The skeleto-muscular… Read more…