Medical Physiology Videobook

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Basic and Cell Physiology

Introduction to Physiology

Homeostasis and Proteins Physiology

Role of Different Systems of the Body

Components of Homeostatic System

Mechanisms of Action

Protein Structure

Body Water Compartments and Physiological Fluids

Introduction

ICF versus ECF

Osmosis and Osmotic Potential

Cells, Membranes and Organelles

Introduction

Cell Membrane

Cell Organelles

Membrane Transport Mechanisms

Cell Junctions

Passive Transport

Active Transport

Membrane Ion Channels

Introduction

Membrane Transport Type

Carrier Proteins

Channel Proteins

What is Osmosis?

Principles of Diffusion and Flow

Introduction

Magnitude and Direction of Diffusion

Diffusion Through Membranes

Regulation of Diffusion Through Ion Channels

Mediated-Transport Systems

Quiz

What is the Purpose of Blood-Brain Barrier?

Biological Electricity coming soon

Cell Membrane Potentials

Electrophysiology

Biological Electricity

Resting membrane Potential

Action Potential

Conduction of Action Potential: Neuron

Conduction of Action Potential: Heart

What is Membrane Potential?

G-Protein Coupled Receptors Signalling Pathways

Cell Signalling Pathways Biology

Introduction

Types of Cell Signals and Molecules

Stages of Signalling and Second Messenger

Chemical Messengers Action on Receptors

IP3 (Second Messenger)

Inflammation and immunity

Introduction

Innate Immunity: 1st Line of Defense

Innate Immunity: 2nd Line of Defense

Adaptive Immunity: Humoral Mediated Immunity

Adaptive Immunity: Cell Mediated Immunity

What is Thermoregulation?

Thermoregulation

Introduction

Modes of Heat Transfer

Thermoregulatory Mechanisms

What is Fever?

Altitude and Aerospace Physiology

Introduction

Alveolar PO2 at Different Elevation

Effects of Breathing Pure Oxygen and Air

Acclimatization to Low PO2

Natural Acclimatization

Reduced Work Capacity at High Altitudes

Effects of Acceleratory Forces




Blood Physiology

Erythrocyte

Blood

Introduction

Components of Blood

Formed Elements

Erythrocytes

White Blood Cells and Platelets

What is Erythroblastosis Fetalis?

Erythropoiesis

Introduction

Red Blood Cells

Site of Erythropoiesis

Stages of Erythropoiesis

Genesis of RBCs

Erythropoiesis Regulation

General Factors

Maturation Factors

Life Cycle of RBC

Coagulation

Hemostasis

Introduction

Primary hemostasis

Secondary hemostasis

Fibrinolysis

Hemostasis and Blood Coagulation

Introduction

Hemostasis Events

Blood Coagulation Mechanism

Extrinsic Pathway and Intrinsic Pathway

Intravascular Anticoagulants

Blood Coagulation Tests

Vitamin K

Coagulation Cascade




Musculoskeletal Physiology

Skeletal Muscle and its Contraction

Introduction

Skeletal Muscle Structure

Contraction of Muscles

Muscle Function

Superficial Muscles

What are Neurotransmitters?

Neuromuscular Junction

Introduction

Structure

Synapses

The Neuromuscular Junction

Neurotransmitters Pharmacology

Introduction

Amino Acids

Monoamines

Other Transmitters and Modulators

Synthesis and Release of Acetylcholine

Motor Proteins

Introduction

Functions

Types of Molecular Motors

What is the Sliding Filament Theory?

Myogenesis of Skeletal Muscles

Motor Units Summation

Introduction

Muscle Sensory Receptors

Muscle Stretch Reflex

Role of Muscle Spindle

Golgi Tendon Reflex

Flexor Withdrawal Reflex

What are the types of Hypertrophy?

What are the types of Hyperplasia?

Excitation and Contraction of Smooth Muscle

Introduction

Contractile Mechanism

Regulation of Contraction

Nervous and Hormonal Control

Membrane and Action Potential

Depolarization of Multi-Unit Smooth Muscle




Cardiovascular Physiology

Introduction to the Cardiovascular System

Introduction

Components of Cardiovascular System

Heart

Blood Vessels

Blood Circulation

Cardiac Muscle

Introduction

Physiology of Cardiac Muscles

Action Potential in Cardiac Muscles

Heart Valves

Graphic Analysis

Regulation of Heart Pumping

Effect of Potassium and Calcium Ions

Myocardial Blood Supply

Introduction

Anatomy and Physiology of Myocardium

Coronary Arteries and Coronary Blood Flow

Factors Regulating Coronary Blood Flow

What are the Sources of the 4 Heart Sounds?

The Heart and Cardiac Cycle

Introduction

Anatomy of the Heart

Conduction System of the Heart

Cardiac Cycle

What is the Fibrous Skeleton of the Heart?

Cardiac Action Potential and Excitation-Contraction Coupling

Introduction

Excitatory and Conductive System of the Heart

Cardiac Action Potential

Excitation-Contraction Coupling

What is the Pacemaker of the Heart?

Contraction and Relaxation of Smooth Muscle

Cardiac Output and Frank Starling’s Law

Introduction

Factors Affecting Heart Rate

Factors Affecting Stroke volume

Frank Starling’s Law

What is Blood Flow and Resistance?

Blood Pressure and Blood Volume

Introduction

Definitions and Normal Values

Variations in Normal Values

Hemodynamics

Blood Vessels

Introduction

Structure

Types

Functional Classes

Regulation

Atherosclerosis (Physiology)

Introduction

Mechanism of Plaque Formation

Causes and Prevention

Where are Smooth Muscles Located?

Regulation of Blood Pressure and Blood Volume

Introduction

Factors affecting Pressure and Volume

Nervous Mechanisms

Renal Mechanisms

Hormonal Mechanisms

Nitric Oxide (NO)

How is Blood Pressure Regulated?

Microcirculation and Lymphatics

Introduction

Anatomy of Microcirculation

Physiology of Microcirculation

Lymphatics

Local Control of Blood Flow and Specific Circulations coming soon




Respiratory Physiology

Introduction to Lymphatic System

Introduction

Lymph

Lymph Vessels and Lymph Nodes

Lymph Flow Through Lymphatics

Introduction to The Respiratory System

Introduction

Upper Respiratory Tract

Lower Respiratory Tract

Lungs, Respiratory Muscles and Pulmonary Ventilation

Lung volumes, Pressures and Capacities

Principles of Respiratory Movements

Introduction

Physiology

Lung Mechanics

Introduction

Factors Preventing Lung Collapse

Lung Compliance

Work of Breathing

Static Lung Function Tests

Dynamic Lung Function Tests

Pulmonary Circulation

Introduction

Physiological Shunt

Pulmonary Blood Flow

Pulmonary Blood Flow Regulation

What is Blue Baby Syndrome?

Exchange of Gases and Gas Laws

Introduction

Boyle’s Law and Dalton’s Law

Henry's Law, Fick's Law, and Graham's Law

Gaseous Exchange

What is a Physiological Shunt?

Transport of Oxygen and Carbon Dioxide

Introduction

Transport of Oxygen

O2 Hemoglobin Dissociation Curve

Transport of Carbon Dioxide

Hyperventilation and Hypoventilation

What is Oxyhemoglobin Dissociation Curve?

Regulation of Respiration

Introduction

Nervous Mechanism

Factors Affecting Respiratory Centers

Chemical Mechanism

What is Pulmonary Surfactant?

Ventilation-Perfusion Ratio (V/Q)

Introduction

Ventilation-Perfusion Coupling

V/Q in different Zones of Lungs

V/Q Mismatch and Shunt

How Does Altitude Affect Respiration?

Respiratory Acidosis and Alkalosis

Respiratory Alkalosis

Respiratory Acidosis



Renal Physiology

Introduction to the Renal System

Introduction

Function of the Kidney

Functional Anatomy of the Kidney

Nephron

Juxtaglomerular Apparatus

Renal Circulation

2-Minute Physiology: Renal Circulation

Renal Filtration

Introduction

Glomerular Filtration

Determine Filtration

Factor Regulation or Affecting GFR

Renal Clearance, RBF, GFR (Equations)

What is Glomerular Filtration Rate (GFR)?

2-Minute Physiology: Countercurrent Mechanism

Renal Reabsorption and Secretion

Introduction

Renal Reabsorption

Tubular Secretion

Free Water Clearance

Urine Formation

The Loop of Henle and Distal Nephron coming soon

Concentration of Urine

Introduction

The Loop of Henle

The Distal Tubule and Collecting Duct

Clinical Tips

Renal Failure

Dialysis and Artificial Kidney

What is Renal Clearance?

Regulation of Plasma Osmolality

Approach to Metabolic Acidosis

Introduction

Metabolic Acidosis Formula

Non-AG Metabolic Acidosis

AG Metabolic Acidosis

Approach to Metabolic Alkalosis

Introduction

Causes

Renal Tubular Acidosis

Introduction

Types

Acid-Base Approach

Introduction

Disorders

Compensation

Summary

Regulation of Acid-Base Balance

Introduction

Reabsorption of HCO3- and Secretion of H+

Metabolic Acidosis Preventing Mechanisms

Disturbance of Acid-Base Status

2-Minute Physiology: Micturition




Gastrointestinal Physiology

Gastrointestinal Tract: Overview and the Mouth coming soon

Oesophagus and Stomach

Introduction

Esophagus

Stomach

Production and Secretion of Saliva

Salivary Glands

Introduction

Development and Structure

Ductal System

Nerve Supply, Blood Supply and Lymphatic Drainage

Small Intestine

Introduction

Physiology

Secretions-Succus Entericus

Absorption of Nutrients

The Exocrine Pancreas

Introduction

Phases of Pancreatic Secretions

The Exocrine Pancreas, Liver and Gallbladder coming soon

Large Intestine

Introduction

Dietary Fibers and Defecation

How is cholesterol transported from liver to peripheral tissues?



Endocrine Physiology

Introduction to the Endocrine System

Endocrine Control

Coordination of Body Functions by Chemical Messengers

Endocrinology

The Principal Endocrine Glands

What are Hormones?

Hormones: Mechanism of Action

Introduction

Membrane Receptors

Intracellular Receptors

Control of Metabolic Fuels coming soon

What is Thyroid Gland?

Endocrine Control

Introduction

Classes of Hormones

Hormone Synthesis

Hormone Transport in Blood

Hormone Metabolism and Excretion

Thyroid Hormones Physiology

Introduction

Thyroid Gland

Synthesis

Regulation

Iodine Balance

Functions

Hormonal Control

Introduction

Mechanisms of Action of Hormones

Control of Hormones

Parathyroid Hormone

Introduction

Mechanism of Action

Regulation

Growth Hormone

Introduction

Effects on Body

Regulation

Adrenocorticotropic Hormone (ACTH)

Introduction

Secretion

Mechanism of Action

Regulation

Somatic and Skeletal Growth

Introduction

Growth Hormone

Action of Growth Hormone on Metabolism

Action of Growth Hormone on Bones

Pathophysiology of Growth Hormone

What is the Role of ACTH in Steroidogenesis?

Calcium Homeostasis

Introduction

Parathyroid Hormone (PTH)

Vitamin D

Calcitonin

What is Pituitary Gland (Hypophysis)?

Adrenal Glands

Introduction

Adrenal Medulla

Adrenal Cortex

Which Hormones are Secreted by Adrenal Cortex and Medulla?

Action of Adrenaline and Noradrenaline

The Adrenal Glands and Stress coming soon




Reproductive Physiology

Endocrine Control of Reproduction

Introduction

Hormonal Control of Testes (FSH)

Hormonal Control of Testes (LH)

Hormonal Control of Ovaries (FSH and LH)

Female Reproductive System Physiology

Introduction

Hormones Involved in Regulation

Menstrual Phase and Its Regulation

Follicular Phase and its Regulation

Proliferative Phase and its Regulation

Ovulation and its Regulation

Luteal Phase and its Regulation

Secretory Phase and its Regulation

Changes in Cervix and Vagina

Female Cycle in a Nutshell

Sexual Differentiation and Function

Sexual Differentiation

Puberty

Sexual Response in Males and Females

Fertilization and Pregnancy

Intro

Fertilization

Pregnancy: Cleavage, Implantation, and Placentation

Maternal Changes

Parturition (Labor)

Intro

Stages of Labor: Cervical Dilation

Stages of Labor: Expulsion

Stages of Labor: Afterbirth

Lactation coming soon




CNS Physiology

The Autonomic Nervous System

Introduction

Division of ANS

Location and Transmitter Substances

Function of Parasympathetic NS

Function of Sympathetic NS

Acetylcholine and Cholinergic Transmission

Catecholamine, Adrenergic Transmission and Adrenoceptors

The Sensory System

Intro

Proprioceptors

Cutaneous Receptors

Pain Receptors

Sense of Taste

Sense of Smell

Sense of Vision

Sense of Hearing

Principles of Optics

Sensory Receptors

Intro

Sensory Receptors Classification

Cutaneous Receptors

Proprioceptors

Nociceptors

Sense of Taste

Sense of Smell

Sense of Vision

Sense of Hearing

Special Senses: Taste and Smell coming soon

2-Minute Physiology: The Photoreceptors Mechanism

Physiology of Vision

Introduction

Retina Cells

Special Senses: Vision coming soon

How is Sound Transmitted Through the Ear?

What is Tectorial Membrane?

Special Senses: Hearing and Balance coming soon

Motor Control and the Cerebellum coming soon

Production and Circulation of CSF

2-Minute Physiology: Proprioception

Proprioception and Reflexes coming soon