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Text:  Marieb, Elaine.  Human Anatomy & Physiology.  6th Edition 2004

Lab Manual:  SCC Custom Edition of Mariebís Human Anatomy & Physiology Lab Manual

 

 

THE CARDIOVASCULAR SYSTEM

 

BLOOD

 

Lab Manual:   SCC Custom Edition of Mariebís Human Anatomy & Physiology Lab Manual

Lab Exercise: 29

Formal Evaluation:  Lab Practical Exam

Reference Reading:  Marieb, 6th Edition 2004, Chapter 18

 

At the completion of this unit the successful student will demonstrate mastery of the following competencies\ outcomes with a minimum of 70% accuracy:

 

 

1.     Differentiate among erythrocytes, types of leukocytes, and platelets.

 

2.     Explain ABO and Rh blood groups. (Not on practical exam)

 

 

   BLOOD VESSELS

 

Lab Manual:   SCC Custom Edition of Mariebís Human Anatomy & Physiology Lab Manual

Lab Exercise: Review Sheets Exercise 32, Worksheets on arteries and veins Ė to be completed before exam

Formal Evaluation:  Lab Exam Ė Diagrams

Reference Reading:  Marieb, 6th Edition 2004, Chapter 20, pp. 750-772

 

 

At the completion of this unit the successful student will demonstrate mastery of the following competencies\ outcomes with a minimum of 70% accuracy:

 

Locate and identify selected arteries and veins of the body, emphasizing clinically significant vessels.

 

 

  THE LYMPHATIC SYSTEM

 

Lab Manual:   SCC Custom Edition of Mariebís Human Anatomy & Physiology Lab Manual

Lab Exercise: Review Sheets Exercise 35, Worksheet on lymphatic vessels Ė to be completed before exam

Formal Evaluation:  Lab Exam Ė Diagram

Reference Reading:  Marieb, 6th Edition 2004, Chapter 21

 

At the completion of this unit the successful student will demonstrate mastery of the following competencies\ outcomes with a minimum of 70% accuracy:

 

Locate and identify selected lymphatic vessels.

 

 

  THE HEART

 

Lab Manual:   SCC Custom Edition of Mariebís Human Anatomy & Physiology Lab Manual

Lab Exercise: 30, Worksheets anatomy of the heart

Formal Evaluation:  Lab Practical Exam on dissected material and models

Reference Reading:  Marieb, 6th Edition 2004, Chapter 20, pp. 750-772

  

At the completion of this unit the successful student will demonstrate mastery of the following competencies\ outcomes with a minimum of 70% accuracy:

 

1.     Identify the coverings of the heart.

 

2.     Locate and identify the three layers of the heart wall.

 

3.     Locate, and identify the four chambers of the heart and the structures associated with each of them.

 

4.     Locate and identify the fossa ovalis and ligamentum arteriosum.

 

5.     Locate and identify the four major valves of the heart.

 

6.     Locate and identify the papillary muscles and chordae tendinae.

 

7.     Locate and identify the major vessels associated with the heart.

 

8.     Locate and identify the vessels of the coronary circulation and the coronary sinus.

 

 

  CARDIAC CYCLE

 

Lab Manual:   SCC Custom Edition of Mariebís Human Anatomy & Physiology Lab Manual

Lab Exercise: Review Sheets Exercise 31, Notes

Reference Reading:  Marieb, 6th Edition 2004, Chapter 19

 

At the completion of this unit the successful student will demonstrate mastery of the following competencies\ outcomes with a minimum of 70% accuracy:

 

Describe an electrocardiogram.

 

 

HEMODYNAMICS

 

Lab Manual:   SCC Custom Edition of Mariebís Human Anatomy & Physiology Lab Manual

Lab Exercise: 33B Ė Cardiovascular Dynamics: Computer Simulation

                  Lab Report:  Review Sheets for Exercise 33B, Questions 1-8 (pp.P111-112)

Reference Reading:  Marieb, 6th Edition 2004, Chapter 20

 

At the completion of this unit the successful student will demonstrate mastery of the following competencies\ outcomes with a minimum of 70% accuracy:

 

1.     Describe the factors responsible for blood flow regulation by the tissues (local regulation).

 

2.     Define and discuss factors affecting hemodynamics (blood flow).

 

 

THE RESPIRATORY SYSTEM

 

Lab Manual:   SCC Custom Edition of Mariebís Human Anatomy & Physiology Lab Manual

Lab Exercise: 37B Ė Respiratory System Mechanics: Computer Simulation

                  Lab Report:  Review Sheets for Exercise 37B (pp.P117-119)

Reference Reading:  Marieb, 6th Edition 2004, Chapter 23

 

At the completion of this unit the successful student will demonstrate mastery of the following competencies\ outcomes with a minimum of 70% accuracy:

 

1.     Discuss pulmonary ventilation.

 

2.     Define compliance, elasticity, surface tension, and surfactant and describe how they affect lung function.

 

3.     Define intrapulmonary and intrapleural pressures and describe how they change during breathing.

 

4.     Describe how quiet expiration is produced and identify and describe the actions of the muscles involved in forced expiration.

 

5.     Identify different lung volumes and capacities, and describe how pulmonary function tests help diagnose lung disorders.

 

 

THE URINARY SYSTEM

 

Lab Manual:   SCC Custom Edition of Mariebís Human Anatomy & Physiology Lab Manual

Lab Exercise: 41B Ė Renal Physiology-The Function of the Nephron: Computer Simulation

                  Lab Report:  Review Sheets for Exercise 41B (pp.P125-127)

Reference Reading:  Marieb, 6th Edition 2004, Chapter 26

 

At the completion of this unit the successful student will demonstrate mastery of the following competencies\ outcomes with a minimum of 70% accuracy:

 

1.     Identify the regions of the nephron.

 

2.     Describe the filtration membrane.

 

3.     Discuss the process of glomerular filtration.

 

4.     Describe the factors that determine glomerular filtration rate.

 

5.     Define the transport maximum and explain its significance relative to the filtered load of a particular solute.

 

6.     Characterize the differences in the permeabilities and/or active transport properties of each segment of the tubule for glucose, sodium, chloride, urea and water.

 

7.     List the hormones involved in sodium and water balance and explain their functions.

 

 

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