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Date Created: 09/16/16
Basic Pathophysiology BMS 310 Grand Valley State University instructor: John Capodilupo, Ph.D. Fall 2016 office: 232 Henry Hall e-mail: section 01: Mon & Wed 3:00 – 4:15 p.m. location: 123 Manitou Lecture Hall (Allendale) credit hours: 3 COURSE DESCRIPTION: BMS310 will present disease processes in terms of physiologic dysfunction. Basic pathophysiology emphasizes the disruption of normal steady state relationships and considers the minor, acute and chronic aspects of disease. This provides a link between the basic medical sciences and their clinical application. PREREQUISITES: The prerequisite courses for BMS310 Pathophysiology consist of the following: 1) an introductory course in microbiology (BMS212) 2) introductory courses in human anatomy and physiology - BMS 208 Human Anatomy & BMS 290 Human Physiology - BMS 250 Human Anatomy and Physiology I & BMS251 Human Anatomy and Physiology II. TEXTBOOK: McCance, K. L. and S. E. Huether, Pathophysiology: The Biological Basis for Disease in Adults and Children 7 ed. (2014). Mosby-Year Book, Inc. COURSE OBJECTIVES:  To expand knowledge of normal physiological mechanisms into the realm of disease processes.  To understand the basic mechanisms of pathology as fundamental groundwork for discussion of diseases.  To understand the basic physiological mechanisms of major diseases.  To understand the rational for basic therapeutics for the major diseases. 1 BMS310 GRADING POLICY: The final grade will be determined as a percent of the total number of points possible with the following breakdown: A 100.00 - 93.00 C 76.99 – 73.00 A- 92.99 - 90.00 C- 72.99 – 70.00 B+ 89.99 – 87.00 D+ 69.99 – 67.00 B 86.99 – 83.00 D 66.99-63.00 B- 82.99 – 80.00 F below 63% C+ 79.99 – 77.00 There will be 4 lecture exams, each worth 100 points. All exams must be taken. Please realize that the date and times of exams in the schedule are tentative. Exact date and times for exams will be announced in class and posted on the Blackboard. A writing assignment may also contribute to the final grade. Details regarding the writing assignment will be posted on the Blackboard site. The grading policy and lecture/exam schedule are subject to modifications. Any changes will be announced in lecture and posted on Blackboard. Examinations are retained by the instructor. After the first three examinations, there will be a one week period in which students may review their answers and inquire about particular questions. Students are encouraged to meet privately with the instructor at any time throughout the semester to discuss their academic performance. Meeting times can occur during office hours or by scheduling an appointment. Department of Biomedical Sciences Exam Policy 1. Make-up exams are a privilege, not a right. 2. Students who miss an exam due to illness must notify the instructor prior to exam time that the will be absent or the student must make arrangements for such notification. 3. All requests for make-up exams must be submitted in writing to the instructor within 3 daysof the original exam or the student must make arrangements for such a request to be made. 4. In the case of a missed exam due to illness, a written excuse by a physician must be submitted with the request for a make-up exam. Office of Academic Support – If there is any student in the class who has special needs because of learning, physical or other disability, please contact me within two class periods as well as notify Disability Support Resources (DSR) ( at 616-331-2490. Furthermore, if you have a disability and think you will need assistance evacuating this classroom and/or building in an emergency, please make me aware so that the university and I can develop a plan to assist you. After you have documented your disability, please make an appointment or see me during office hours to discuss your specific needs. It is the student’s responsibility to request assistance from DSS. Academic Integrity Students will do original work and will not take or receive the efforts of another person on any test or assignment, use unauthorized resources on quizzes or tests, plagiarize, or give/sell other students papers or assignments not authorized by the instructor. You are responsible for making yourself aware of and for understanding the policies and procedures that pertain to academic integrity. To that end, be sure to familiarize yourself with the GVSU Student Code [Section 223.01] related to academic integrity. Furthermore, be sure to reference sources at all times. If you are uncertain about such an issue prior to submission of an assignment, project, or test, please see me so we can eliminate that uncertainty. In case of Fire: Immediately proceed to the nearest exit during a fire alarm. Do not use elevators. More information is available on the University’s Emergency website located at 2 BMS 310: Pathophysiology Tentative Schedule (Exam dates appearing in this schedule are only tentative. Actual exam dates will be announced in lecture and posted on blackboard.) WEEK DATE TOPIC READING ( 7 ed. M Cance ) 1 Aug 29 Introduction read Ch. 1 & 2 methods of cellular and tissue adaptation read Ch. 1 & 2 Aug 31 Inflammation (start) read Ch. 7, 8 & 9 2 Sept 5 LABOR DAY BREAK (NO CLASS) Sept 7 Inflammation (continue) read Ch. 7, 8 & 9 3 Sept 12 / 14 Alterations of Immunity (start) read Ch. 7, 8 & 9 *self-study on-line materials hypersensitivity reactions and auto-immune diseases 4 Sept 19 / 21 Alterations of Immunity (continue) read Ch. 7, 8 & 9 immunodeficiencies EXAM 1 (tentative date = Wednesday, Sept. 21) 5 Sept 26 / 28 Concepts of neurologic dysfunction read Ch. 17, 18 Alzheimer’s disease, amyotrophic lateral sclerosiread Ch. 15 & 16 (review) multiple sclerosis, Guillain-Barré syndrome, 3 WEEK DATE TOPIC READING 6 Oct 3 / Oct 5 Concepts of neurologic dysfunction read Ch. 17, 18 Huntington’s disease, Parkinson’s disease CNS trauma / stroke (start) read Ch. 17, 18 7 Oct 10 / 12 CNS trauma / stroke (continue) read Ch. 17, 18 Alteration in hormonal regulation (start) read Ch. 21, 22 8 Oct 17 / 19 Alteration in hormonal regulation (continue) read Ch. 21, 22 EXAM 2 (tentative date – Wednesday, Oct 19) 9 Oct 24 / 26 Cardiovascular pathophysiology read Ch. 31, 32 atherosclerosis / hypertension atherosclerosis & hypertension myocardial ischemia / myocardial infarction 10 Oct 31 Cardiovascular pathophysiology read Ch. 31, 32 atherosclerosis / hypertension Nov 2 diseases of heart tissue / heart failure 11 Nov 7 / 9 Hematologic pathophysiology read Ch. 27, 28, 29 shock, anemias, polycythemia thrombocytopenia, leukemia 4 WEEK DATE TOPIC READING 12 Nov 14 / 16 Hematologic pathophysiology read Ch. 27, 28, 29 thrombocytopenia, leukemia EXAM 3 (tentative date – Wednesday, Nov 16) 13 Nov 21 Pulmonary Pathophysiology read Ch. 34, 35 obstructive airway diseases restrictive airway diseases Nov 23 THANKSGIVING BREAK (NO CLASS) 14 Nov 28 / 30 Renal Pathophysiology (start) read Ch. 37, 38 glomerulonephritis (acute / chronic) renal failure (acute / chronic) Renal Pathophysiology (continue) read Ch. 37, 38 glomerulonephritis (acute / chronic) renal failure (acute / chronic) 15 Dec 5 / 7 Gastrointestinal Pathophysiology read Ch. 40, 41 disorders of alimentary tract disorders of accessory digestive organs 16 Dec 15 FINAL EXAM (EXAM 4) THURSDAY, December 15 2:00 – 3:50 p.m. 123 Manitou Hall * please note DAY and TIME of final exam 5


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