NOTE: Advanced physiology and pathophysiology : essentials for clinical practice by Tkacs is a required textbook for GNUR543. In order to access this book online from the Library, please follow these directions.
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This text is a compilation of lecture notes from pathophysiology courses I have taught over the last ten years. The goal of the text is to equip future advanced practice nurses with knowledge of pathophysiology for common diseases and disorders they may encounter in the primary care setting. - Alex Sargsyan, East Tennessee State University
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