The lymphatic system, the respiratory system, the circulatory system, and others play a significant role in the health of humans. The interactions among these systems can either be healthy or unhealthy. That’s why it makes sense to understand how these various aspects of the body actually work together beyond the individual systems or organs.
You’ll understand how the different body systems interact when you have the foundational knowledge of anatomy and physiology. It will enable you to accurately determine the proper care that’s necessary for each individual patient based on their specific symptoms. Making the best decisions and providing quality care all become possible when you have the building blocks from anatomy and physiology.