Pneumology, Cardiology, Hematology, Taxonomy, Toxicology, Etiology, Molecular Biology, Botanical Medicine, Semiology
Cardiovascular System
505 (26 credits)

Cardiology and Pneumology

The semester is a conglomerate of courses that are interrelated to enable the student to develop broad exposure to the clinical aspects of informational nedicine.

There are two main objectives to focus on in this semester: The first objective is to learn about the quantum field of the circulatory system through the study of abnormalities of the quantum field of the heart, the study of the physiology of the blood and the physics of physiology. The second objective is to learn about the quantum field of the lungs and respiratory tract, the causes of informational distortions and drug interactions with natural healing modalities.

The student will give a functional diagnosis on major conditions affecting the quantum field of the cardiovascular and respiratory systems by using research of patient history, examination, and review of known data. The student is responsible for administering a treatment plan in informational nedicine. This course is intended to provide the student with a working knowledge of homeopathy. The role of homeopathic medicines derived from plants and minerals stimulate the immune system, to help in maintaining or restoring the body to a healthy balance. Students begin nedical documentation practice using outpatient-based case studies.

Preceptorship credit hours: 6

  • Duration:12 Weeks
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