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PHYL 5042. Cardiovascular Physiology. 1 Credit Hour.

This course explores the physiological mechanisms by which the cardiovascular system carries out its principle function. Mechanisms that produce and regulate cardiac pumping, organ blood flow, capillary fluid and solute exchange, and arterial blood pressure are examined. The nature and importance of various local, neural, and hormonal mechanisms are emphasized. Integrated control of cardiovascular function in situations requiring cardiovascular adjustments (e.g., exercise, blood pressure alterations) are also covered. Students may take the full series but are only required to take three out of the four courses (PHYL 5041, 5042, 5043, and 5044).

Master of Science (M.S.)

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...PHYL 5041 Excitable Membranes , PHYL 5042 Cardiovascular Physiology , PHYL 5043 Respiratory & Renal Physiology , and PHYL...

Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.)

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...modules ( PHYL 5041 Excitable Membranes , PHYL 5042 Cardiovascular Physiology , PHYL 5043 Respiratory & Renal Physiology , PHYL...