BME 321

BME 321 Human Anatomy and Physiology: Systems

An introduction to the organization of the human body at the level of the anatomical systems

highlighted in engineering terms. Lectures will be devoted to the circulatory, respiratory, digestive,

urinary, nervous and endocrine systems, and fluid, electrolyte and acid-base homeostasis. Guest

lectures will include engineers and medical scientists to discuss the relationship between recent

advances in biomedical engineering and the underlying anatomy and physiology. This course is

intended for students in the Faculty of Engineering. Students from other faculties must obtain the

consent of the Department of Biomedical Engineering.

Note: Course materials will be available on WebCT

Prerequisites: BME 320 (old 210)