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Anatomy & Physiology Made Incredibly Easy 4epresents the vast, sometimes overwhelming details of anatomy and physiology in the enjoyable, user-friendly, award-winning Incredibly Easy! style. Featuring a 4-color interior and using light-hearted humor throughout, the text reviews the core concepts of anatomy and physiology and offers detailed coverage of every major body system, along with nutrition, fluids and electrolytes, reproduction and lactation, and genetics. The "Practice Makes Perfect" section showcases NCLEX-style questions, and the book also includes pocket-sized study cards for on-the-go review. A companion Website offers student and instructor resources, including study cards, physiology animations, PowerPoint presentations, a test generator, teaching tips, and practice exercises/activities.
Table of Contents
1– The human body 2– Genetics 3– Chemical organization 4– Integumentary system 5– Musculoskeletal system 6– Neurosensory system 7– Endocrine system 8– Cardiovascular system 9– Hematologic system 10– Immune system 11– Respiratory system 12– Gastrointestinal system 13– Nutrition and metabolism 14– Urinary system 15– Fluids, electrolytes, acids and bases 16– Reproductive system 17– Reproduction and lactation Appendices Practices makes perfect Glossary Study cards Selected references Index