Human Anatomy & Physiology, Global Edition + A Brief Atlas of the Human Body (11e) : 9781488657702

Human Anatomy & Physiology, Global Edition + A Brief Atlas of the Human Body (11e)

 
Edition
 
11
ISBN
 
9781488657702
ISBN 10
 
148865770X
Published
 
04/12/2018
Published by
 
Pearson Australia
Pages
 
Format
 
In stock
 
Title type
Value Pack
$159.99
 
 
 
Description

This pack contains 1 copy of Human Anatomy & Physiology, Global Edition (11e) and 1 copy of A  Brief Atlas of the Human Body.

Were you looking for the book with access to Mastering A&P? This pack does NOT come with access to Mastering A&P. Students, if Mastering A&P is a recommended/mandatory component of the course, please ask your instructor for the correct ISBN.  

Human Anatomy & Physiology, Global Edition (11e)

Human Anatomy & Physiology continues the authors’ tradition of innovation, with a focus on effective ways to help students learn.

  • Suitable for learners at every level – Applications throughout the text aim to help students at every level understand the content.
  • Practical scenarios – Challenges students to apply their knowledge to realistic clinical scenarios.
  • Career-focused – Offers a range of activities that connect the content to everyday work as a health professional.

A Brief Atlas of the Human Body

Revised for the Seventh Edition, the full-color atlas is packaged with every new copy of the text, and includes 107 bone and 47 soft-tissue photographs with easy-to-read labels. This new edition of the atlas contains a brand new comprehensive histology photomicrograph section featuring over 50 slides of basic tissue and organ systems. Featuring photos taken by renowned biomedical photographer Ralph Hutchings, this high-quality photographic atlas makes an excellent resource for the classroom and laboratory, and is referenced in appropriate figure legends throughout the text.

Table of contents

Human Anatomy & Physiology, Global Edition

Unit 1. Organization of the Body

1 The Human Body: An Orientation

2 Chemistry Comes Alive

3 Cells: The Living Units

4 Tissue: The Living Fabric



Unit 2. Covering, Support, and Movement of the Body

5 The Integumentary System

6 Bones and Skeletal Tissue

7 The Skeleton

8 Joints

9 Muscles and Muscle Tissue

10 The Muscular System



Unit 3. Regulation and Integration of the Body

11 Fundamentals of the Nervous System and Nervous Tissue

12 The Central Nervous System

13 The Peripheral Nervous System and Reflex Activity

14 The Autonomic Nervous System

15 The Special Senses

16 The Endocrine System



Unit 4. Maintenance of the Body

17 Blood

18 The Cardiovascular System: The Heart

19 The Cardiovascular System: Blood Vessels

20 The Lymphatic System and Lymphoid Organs and Tissues

21 The Immune System: Innate and Adaptive Body Defenses

22 The Respiratory System

23 The Digestive System

24 Nutrition, Metabolism, and Body Temperature Regulation

25 The Urinary System

26 Fluid, Electrolyte, and Acid-Base Balance



Unit 5. Continuity

27 The Reproductive System

28 Pregnancy and Human Development

29 Heredity

New to this edition

Guide students to focus on “big picture” concepts before exploring details

  • New Text recall icons guide students to review specific pages where a concept was first introduced.
  • A greater number of Making Connections questions appear in every chapter (except Chapter 1), and challenge students to relate different concepts across body systems and chapters.

Engage students in building visual literacy skills and interpreting visual information

  • 6 New Focus Figures (for a total of 26) Focus Figures walk students through complex processes using exceptionally clear, easy tofollow illustrations with integrated text explanations.
  • More than 30 In-Line Figures are strategically placed within the text to visually reinforce the text discussion. This innovation is the latest example of how the authors carefully integrate art and text, almost always presenting words and visuals on the same two-page spread so that readers can efficiently learn, visualize and remember concepts

Support learners at every level, from novice to expert

  • 13 additional Summary Tables present key information and serve as “one-stop shopping” student tools.
  • Check Your Understanding sections in each chapter now include a greater variety and range of question types, including higher-level questions labeled Apply, Predict, What If?, Draw, and Make Connections questions. Dozens of new visual questions ask students to label structures or interpret visual information.  
    • “Draw” questions ask students to create visuals that reinforce important concepts by drawing a structure, annotating a figure, or creating a summary table. Students can check their work using the expanded answer key at the back of the text.
    • 47 Check Your Understanding questions include an illustration as part of the question and require students to practice visual literacy skills.
  • NEW! All End-of-Chapter Review questions reinforce the main ideas of the chapter and are now organized into three levels of difficulty based on Bloom’s Taxonomy categories:
    • Level 1: Remember/Understand
    • Level 2: Apply/Analyze
    • Level 3: Evaluate/Synthesize

Motivate and prepare students for careers in health care that require real-world problem solving

  • Updated Career Connection videos feature real health care professionals and include assignable questions that ask learners to apply chapter content to examples from their everyday work as a nurse or—NEW!—as a physical therapist.  
  • Updated Clinical Case Studies with new NCLEX-Style questions challenge students to apply knowledge to realistic clinical scenarios and appear at the end of chapters 5-29.
  • NCLEX-Style questions have been added to each Clinical Case Study and give students practice answering the kinds of challenging questions that they will eventually encounter on a licensing exam. Students can practice answering these questions on their own or in collaboration with classmates.
  • Updated Homeostatic Imbalance discussions alert students to the consequences of body systems not functioning optimally. Relevant photos have been added to selected discussions for visual reinforcement. These sections discuss many common pathological conditions as a way of clarifying and illuminating normal body function.
  • Relevant clinical photos have been added to selected discussions for visual reinforcement.
Features & benefits

Human Anatomy & Physiology, Global Edition

This title is a Pearson Global Edition. The Editorial team at Pearson has worked closely with educators around the world to include content which is especially relevant to students outside the United States.

Guide students to focus on “big picture” concepts before exploring details

  • Unique Chapter Roadmaps provide a visual overview of the key concepts in the chapter and show how they relate to each other. Each key concept “brick” in the roadmap corresponds to a numbered section within the chapter, beginning with a declarative statement that helps learners quickly grasp the “big idea” of the topic discussion.
  • Key Concept Modular Organization helps students master the core material, easily navigate the chapter, and maintain their focus. This clear and succinct presentation delivers core concepts in manageable chunks that are easier for students to manage and reference.
  • NEW! Text recall icons guide students to review specific pages where a concept was first introduced.
  • EXPANDED! Making Connections questions appear in every chapter (except Chapter 1), and challenge students to relate different concepts across body systems and chapters.

Engage students in building visual literacy skills and interpreting visual information

  • EXPANDED! 6 New Focus Figures (for a total of 26) Focus Figures walk students through complex processes using exceptionally clear, easy tofollow illustrations with integrated text explanations. Focus Figure Coaching Activities can be assigned through Mastering A&P as figure walkthrough videos with assessments and/or as multi-part coaching activities. New Focus Figures can be assigned with new “mini animation” coaching activities in Mastering A&P and include:
    • Fig 3.1 The Plasma Membrane
    • Fig 11.4 Postsynaptic Potentials and Their Summation
    • Fig 16.2 Stress and the Adrenal Gland
    • Fig 18.2 The Cardiac Cycle
    • Fig 21.1 An Example of a Primary Immune Response
    • Fig 28.2 Fetal and newborn Circulation
  • EXPANDED! 31 unique In-Line Figures are strategically placed within the text to visually reinforce the text discussion. This innovation is the latest example of how the authors carefully integrate art and text, almost always presenting words and visuals on the same two-page spread so that readers can efficiently learn, visualize and remember concepts
  • NEW! “Draw” questions ask students to create visuals that reinforce important concepts by drawing a structure, annotating a figure, or creating a summary table. Students can check their work using the expanded answer key at the back of the text.
  • NEW! 47 Check Your Understanding questions include an illustration as part of the question and require students to practice visual literacy skills.
  • Blue text annotations appear in selected figures and represent the voice of an A&P instructor, highlighting important points to remember.  In some figures the text is broken into numbered steps to help students more easily understand processes one step at a time. Consistent visual presentation is applied throughout the text so that at least one figure, image, or table is included in every two-page spread.

Support learners at every level, from novice to expert

  • EXPANDED! 13 NEW! Summary Tables present key information and serve as “one-stop shopping” student tools.
  • NEW! Check Your Understanding sections in each chapter now include a greater variety and range of question types, including higher-level questions labeled Apply, Predict, What If?, Draw, and Make Connections questions. Dozens of new visual questions ask students to label structures or interpret visual information.  
  • NEW! All End-of-Chapter Review questions reinforce the main ideas of the chapter and are now organized into three levels of difficulty based on Bloom’s Taxonomy categories:
    • Level 1: Remember/Understand
    • Level 2: Apply/Analyze
    • Level 3: Evaluate/Synthesize

Motivate and prepare students for careers in health care that require real-world problem solving

  • UPDATED!  Career Connection videos feature real health care professionals and include assignable questions that ask learners to apply chapter content to examples from their everyday work as a nurse or—NEW!—as a physical therapist.  Referenced at the beginning of each chapter with a “preview” image, students can view the videos through Mastering A&P.
  • UPDATED! Clinical Case Studies with new NCLEX-Style questions challenge students to apply knowledge to realistic clinical scenarios and appear at the end of chapters 5-29.
  • NEW! NCLEX-Style questions have been added to each Clinical Case Study and give students practice answering the kinds of challenging questions that they will eventually encounter on a licensing exam. Students can practice answering these questions on their own or in collaboration with classmates.
  • UPDATED! Homeostatic Imbalance discussions alert students to the consequences of body systems not functioning optimally. Relevant photos have been added to selected discussions for visual reinforcement. These sections discuss many common pathological conditions as a way of clarifying and illuminating normal body function.
  • NEW! Relevant clinical photos have been added to selected discussions for visual reinforcement.
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