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0500331 Cardiovascular System Physiology for Medical students
This course was designed to provide medical students the basic knowledge in physiology of cardiovascular system, respiratory system, digestive system, nerve and muscle, renal system, endocrine system, reproductive system. This course was planned to be taught in complete one academic year
0541229 Physiology 1- Gastrointestinal Physiology for dental students
To understand both qualitative and quantitative approaches to the physiology of the organ systems through lectures and demonstrations. Topics include cellular, endocrine, circulatory, respiratory, digestive, energy metabolism, and renal physiology. The topics emphasize homeostasis, basic principles, and regulatory aspects of physiological processes using molecular mechanisms rather than descriptions of facts. The primary objective is to integrate the subject material at the molecular, cellular, organ, and whole organism level. Another major objective is to learn enough Physiology to at least pass the Dental Physiology/Biochemistry Part 1 National Board Exam. Students scoring at the C+ level or beyond in this course typically pass the Physiology section of the Board exam. A final objective is to familiarize first year Dental students with enough basic core Physiology so that they have an excellent idea of how the whole body functions.
0501108 Physiology 2- Gastrointestinal Physiology for Rehabilitation Students
The course originated from the need of dental students to have a basic understanding of the body function that enables them to make rational clinical judgments. These principles are necessary to understand the mechanisms of disease, the pharmacology, and treatments for pathological conditions. In this way, the students will acquire knowledge and develop the skills to integrate the function of the systems (Nervous, Cardiovascular, Respiratory, Renal, Gastrointestinal and Endocrine) and how they respond to a stimulus (pathological, aging, exercise or temperature). The concepts presented in this course are, therefore, are essential to the everyday practice of clinical dental medicine.
0551215 Physiology 2- Central Nervous System Physiology for Pharmacy students
A short review of the chemistry of the major constituents of cells: carbohydrates, lipids, proteins, nucleic acids and nucleoproteins. pH and buffers. Enzymes and coenzymes, Metabolism: methods used in the study of metabolism, bioenergetics, metabolism of carbohydrate, lipids and amino acids. Electron transport and oxidative phosphorylation. Metabolism of purines, pyrimidines and nucleotides. Biosynthesis of nucleic acids and proteins. Regulation of metabolism. Hormones.
0501105 physiology for Nursing- cardiovascular, respiratory and gastrointesinal Physiology
A survey course outlining the principles of human/mammalian physiology; general properties of the living cell and the internal environment; neural, muscle, cardiovascular, respiratory, gastrointestinal, renal and endocrine systems; metabolism, reproduction and homeostasis.
0501107 Physiology 1 - Introduction to physiology for Rehabiliation sciences
This course will focus on models of disablement beginning with Nagi and moving through those of the World Health Organization and the Institute of Medicine. Faculty from SHRS will discuss their research in the context of enabling and disablement models, focusing on physical and psycho social factors and their influence on disability.
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