How to include a SYSTEMS MANAGEMENT PRACTICE in your Pathology Prevention plans.
A system isn’t just any old collection of things. A system is an interconnected set of elements that is coherently organized in a way that achieves something. If you look at this definition closely for a minute, you can see that a system must consist of three kinds of things: elements, interconnections, and a function or purpose. The Health Guardian uses this systems perspective to maintain holistic health, increase self-reliance, increasing wellness, and pathology prevention.
Like most subjects in biology, scientists approach body anatomy from a systems perspective, identifying levels of organization from simple to complex. When considering the human body, the simplest component is the cell. A group of similar cells form tissues, and those tissues comprise organs with distinct functions that support human life. These organs work together to carry out coordinated activities classify into organ systems.
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