Book: Breaking Down Anatomy & Physiology by D Carnleycategories: Book, Anatomy, Physiology, Medical, Medical Terminology, Medical Language, Cardiac, Skeleton, Body System, Anatomy and Physiology
D Carnleyabout this book: Breaking down anatomy and physiology is just that, the book is written in an outline form that makes reading and learning easier. It breaks down the body systems and medical terminology.
I took body systems, anatomy and physiology I and II in school, and there were no good, straight to the point guides. Even my current job, I underwent an intense year training about body systems, diseases and impairments and how it impacts function. I knew there had to be an easier way.
The book is for anyone who has to take anatomy and physiology in high school, college or any medical program. It is also great for people who just want to gain an overall better knowledge of the body or medical language.
The most difficult part of writing this book was trying to keep it condensed, yet precise, making sure all key information was not lost.
If you are looking for a guide to get you through class this is it.
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