Managing Human Resources in Health and Social Care
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Lecturer: Mihir Parker
Physiology is the study of mechanical, physical and biochemical properties of living organism, relationship of the body and its parts how living organism perform the various function of life and also is a science that deals with the of the functional systems of human body and how these systems interact and communicate between each Other. Anatomy comprises of various function which make up the human organism, it feels merely with the parts that form the fully developed individual. This essay will cover the basic physiological and anatomical relationship of professional health and social care. The main anatomical features of the human body
1.1 The human bodies consist of a number of biological systems that carry out specific functions necessary for everyday living and wellbeing, these are the Nervous Systems, Cardio Vascular Systems, Reproductive Systems, Respiratory Systems, Endocrine Systems, Immune Systems, Muscular Systems, Skeletal Systems, Urinary Systems, Digestive Systems and Integumentary Systems. The systems is a collection of part that interact together for a common purpose. Human body is like a complex machine with many parts that work by themselves or with other parts to perform specific functions How body systems interact to ensure body functions and grows 1.2 Nervous Systems is collection nerves and cells known as neurons that transmit signals between different parts of the body. It consist of the brain, spinal cord, nerves and neurons. The major function it collect information from the sensory organs and sent it to the brain for analysis after which impulses are sent back by the brain to the organs which result in action or an activity. It help all the part of the body to communicate with each other, the other nerves are called the peripheral nervous systems. Neurones are the building blocks of the nervous systems, the brain and spinal cord make up the central nervous systems. Cardio Vascular Systems consists of the heart, veins, arteries, capillaries it transport nutrient and removing gaseous waste from the body, it circulate blood around the body and also transport blood to the lungs for gas exchange of oxygen o2 for carbon dioxide co2 This is the major body systems that makes sure that the muscles and bones are supplied with the proper amount of oxygen and blood Reproductive Systems this is the most important system in the whole body without the ability to reproduce a species dies. It consist of male and female reproductive systems. Male systems consist of testicles, penis, sperms and scrotum and female systems consists of virginal uterus, cervix, fallopian tubes, ovaries ovum, and bartholins gland. The male reproductive systems is production of sperms their storage and expulsion out of the body through their penis while the female reproductive systems is production of ovum, transport of ovum to the uterus with the help of fallopian tubes and fertilisation of sperm and ovum inside the uterus to produce an off spring, the major organs of the reproductive systems include the external genitalia and internal organs, the female reproductive system is designed to create new life. Respiratory Systems the primary function of this systems is to supply blood with oxygen into the body, it consist of lungs, trachea, bronchi, bronchioles and alveoli. The basic function of the respiratory systems is to take in oxygen and excrete out the carbon dioxide. When we breathe oxygen enters our nose and proceeds down through the trachea to the left and right bronchi, it proceeds further down into the bronchioles which are smaller branches of the bronchi, it goes into the alveoli which are air bags meant to store oxygen. Blood from the heart carrying co2 reaches the alveoli where gas exchange takes place, the goal of breathing is to deliver oxygen to...
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