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Essential pathophysiology for nursing and healthcare students 3. Identify the causes of cellular and tissue injury. 4. Explain how cells adapt to injury and the effects these can have. 5. Describe the general investigations and treatments commonly used for cellular and tissue injury. , Smith, C. and Wood, E. (2007) Biology of Disease, Abingdon: Taylor & Francis Group. Edwards, S. (2001) Shock: types, classifications and explorations of their physiological effects, Emergency Nurse, 9(2), 29–38. Edwards, S.
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