Guyton and Hall Textbook of Medical Physiology

John E. Hall

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PHY3171 Unit Notes and Exam Short Answers/Essays

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PHY3171 Semester 1 2020 Notes

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HD student's PHY3171 Final Exam Notes

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PHY3171 Cardiovascular Lecture/Exam HD Notes

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PHY3171: Clinical and Experimental Cardiovascular Physiology- Collaborated Notes

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Reviews

Practicals and lectures were interesting and the workload was very light (2hr lectures and 3 hr pracs each week).

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2019

Really enjoyed the lecture content and practicals! Assignment-wise, the subject is not too heavy though it can get a bit jam-packed with most deadlines falling before the mid-semester break. The practicals were additionally quite interesting, though it was surprisingly to find that not too many were done throughout the semester. Regarding the exam, it is possible to do well if you put in the effort and adhere to the advice given.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2019

I quite enjoyed this unit. Practical based, which is comparable to real life activities. There is also so much help on offer, you can basically run everything by someone before submission, hence good grades are a chance if you utilise the resources.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2016

Light on content. Fairly easy for a 3rd year unit.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2014