Use of Personal Communication Devices in Patient Care Settings Discussions are designed to promote dialogue between faculty and students, and students and their peers. In discussions students: Demonstrate understanding of….
Differences between adults and children/neonates
differences between adults and children/neonates. During the
Pathophysiology course, there are 10 “systems” covered. This include systems such as
neurological, endocrine, cardiovascular, pulmonary as well as broader topics such as cellular
biology. For the written assignments, you will describe the differences between adults and
children/neonates of one of the systems noted in the course outline. This can be done in a
bullet point format or as a written paragraph. Please choose one system for each assignment. differences between adults/geriatrics and children with details about common and more rare differences. Also includes information about incidence and prevalence.