physiology 1 - sgul (sem 2)

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Introduction to the CVS
Why do we need the cvs,
What is passive diffusion and wha...,
What is the main method of molecu...
15  cards
The Cardiac Cycle
As a recap what is convection and...,
Describe the sinoatrial node san ...,
Describe the atrioventricular nod...
12  cards
Control of Cardiac Output
As a recap describe cardiac outpu...,
Define preload and afterload incl...,
What does starling s law state
9  cards
Cardiac Contraction
How does electrical excitability ...,
Recap describe how depolarisation...,
Describe troponin and its subunits
8  cards
What is an ecg,
What needs to happen to the myocy...,
Describe the cardiac electrical f...
8  cards
Development of the Heart and Blood Vessels
What is a morula,
What is the early blastocyst,
What is the late blastocyte
16  cards
Principles of Haemodynamics
What is the significance of the c...,
How does darcys law come into blo...,
How does bernoullis law come into...
12  cards
Control of Blood Flow
What three things mainly control tpr,
Describe how the arterioles use c...,
Describe how there are changes in...
11  cards
Nervous and Hormonal Control of Vascular Tone
What are the two types of vascula...,
What are the roles of intrinsic a...,
Describe the mechanism of the mos...
16  cards
Capillaries I - Solute Exchange
What are the two types of transpo...,
What are the four passive transpo...,
Where does solute and fluid excha...
12  cards
Capillaries II - Fluid Exchange
What is the importance of fluid e...,
Briefly describe fluid movement a...,
What are the four pressures that ...
13  cards
Properties of Special Circulation
Describe the structure of the cor...,
Describe the special requirements...,
Describe the special functional f...
16  cards
Reflex Control of the CVS
What is the difference between ex...,
Describe arterial baroreceptors a...,
Describe how baroreceptors respon...
14  cards
Coordinated Responses of the CVS
Describe the effect of gravity on...,
With the effects of gravity descr...,
Describe the reflex response to o...
11  cards
Why does coagulation occur as in ...,
Describe both arterial and venous...,
List some factors substances that...
10  cards
Solute and Fluid Exchange - CVS TUTORIAL
What are the three types of capil...,
What is passive diffusion and how...,
What are the roles of the intrace...
9  cards
Cardiac Output - CVS TUTORIAL
Define cardiac output what are th...,
Define starlings law how does sta...,
What is the underlying molecular ...
6  cards
Mechanisms of Atheroma and Infarction
Define what an atheroma and what ...,
What is the link between atherosc...,
Describe the steps for atheroscle...
14  cards
Heart Disease - CVS TUTORIAL
What is congestive heart failure chf,
Pulmonary oedema is a cardinal si...,
Peripheral oedema eg legs feet is...
4  cards
Pharmacology of the CVS
What is angina,
What are some symptoms of angina,
What increases the risk of angina...
14  cards
Ischaemic Heart Disease - CVS TUTORIAL
What is angina and how is it diff...,
What causes the pain,
What causes the exercise intolerance
5  cards
Intro to the Respiratory System
Why do we need a respiratory system,
What functions does the respirato...,
How does oxygen get from the atmo...
7  cards
Mechanics of Breathing I
Recap what is boyles law,
Describe the structural events th...,
Describe the structure of the ple...
10  cards
Mechanics of Breathing II
What are four ways in which lung ...,
What does the total level of vent...,
Describe how alveolar air has a m...
12  cards
Gas Exchange in the Lungs
Gas exchange involves diffusion o...,
What is the rate of diffusion det...,
List some diseases that affect th...
14  cards
Blood Gas Transport
What determines how much gas diss...,
Why is haemoglobin critical to o2...,
How is the oxygen content of bloo...
11  cards
The Role of Ventilation in Acid Base Balance
Why is ph homeostasis important,
How is arterial ph tightly regulated,
How is ph homeostasis maintained ...
11  cards
Neural Control of Breathing
How is breathing initiated what c...,
Which muscles including accessory...,
How does the central pattern gene...
10  cards
Integrated Control of Breathing
How does respiratory acidosis occ...,
What are some causes of hypoventi...,
How does respiratory alkalosis oc...
10  cards
Patho-physiology of Asthma
What is asthma,
Asthma aetiology causation of a d...,
Describe airway dysfunction in as...
8  cards
Patho-physiology of COPD
What is chronic obstructive pulmo...,
Why does smoking damage the respi...,
How does the inflammation observe...
8  cards
Airway Pharmacology
What aspects of acute airway path...,
How can we treat airway smooth mu...,
How do bronchodilators generally act
18  cards
REVIEW of the Respiratory Submodule
0  cards
Overview of Endocrinology
List some of the major endocrine ...,
List and describe the different s...,
What are some general functions o...
9  cards
What is homeostasis,
Describe the different components...,
What are some examples of control...
14  cards
Hormone Synthesis and Action
What is the difference between pr...,
As a recap from flc describe the ...,
What is the difference in structu...
16  cards
What are neuroendocrine cells inc...,
Describe the embryology of the pi...,
Describe the separate blood and h...
10  cards
Endocrine Control of Metabolism
What is the significance of plasm...,
What is the source of our body gl...,
What prevents plasma glucose surg...
18  cards
The Pituitary Glands and its Disorders
The pituitary gland has a dual bl...,
What 6 hormones are released from...,
What 2 hormones are released from...
20  cards
Disorders of Adrenocortical Disorders
As a recap what are the actions o...,
What are the three stages of cush...,
What are the screening tests for ...
27  cards
Control of Blood Glucose and the Endocrine Pancreas
Recap how does glucose get into c...,
Where are the hormones of the pan...,
Recap how do we get mature insuli...
16  cards
Thyroid Gland
Give a brief overview of thyroid ...,
What are the functions of the dif...,
Thyroid hormones are derived from...
17  cards
Principles of Endocrine Disease and its Assessment
What law are bound and free hormo...,
Describe total hormone assays,
To overcome problems faced by tot...
7  cards
Steroids of the Adrenal Cortex
Describe adrenal blood flow and f...,
Describe mineralocorticoid function,
Describe the actions of aldostero...
13  cards
Beyond the Classic Endocrine Glands
How is fat considered an endocrin...,
Describe the relationship between...,
Obesity is regarded as a state of...
14  cards
Intro to the Kidneys and Body Fluid
Provide an overview of the fluid ...,
What are the two sub compartments...,
What is osmolarity and how does i...
23  cards
Renal Blood Flow and Glomerular Filtration
Why is there such a huge filtrati...,
Generally how is glomerular fluid...,
What is the glomerular rate gfr s...
19  cards
Functional Histology of the Kidney
What are the functions of the uri...,
Briefly describe the nephron,
What is the function of the renal...
20  cards
Structure and Function of the Renal Tubule
What are several techniques to in...,
Describe how electric potential i...,
Describe how patch clamping is us...
20  cards
Renal Plasma Clearance
List the forces controlling the f...,
Why is the gfr important,
How do we measure gfr
25  cards
Potassium Balance
Describe the distribution of pota...,
What does the regulation of k hom...,
List some of the functions of pot...
28  cards
Blood Pressure and the Kidneys
Simply put what is the relationsh...,
Why are na levels linked to blood...,
How does the cvs control na levels
14  cards
Control and the Abnormalities of Body Water
As a recap list the percentages o...,
What do changes in the plasma na ...,
What is osmolality and the differ...
13  cards
Acid-Base Balance
Why should the ph be kept constan...,
What are some sources of acid in ...,
What are the 3 mechanisms that co...
22  cards
Drugs and The Kidney
Describe the central role of the ...,
Describe the glomerular filtratio...,
Describe the tubular secretion of...
14  cards
Treatment of Hypertension
Recap what is blood pressure and ...,
How can high blood pressure arise,
What are the two types of hyperte...
18  cards
Overview of Renal Diseases
What are the functions of the kidney,
How do we measure kidney function,
List some renal syndromes
16  cards
What is micturition,
Describe the basic process of mic...,
Describe kidney stones
27  cards
Hypertension - TUTORIAL
What is the rationale for treatin...,
In advanced heart failure the ext...
2  cards
Control of Food Intake
Why should we study food intake,
Describe some factors such as ffa...,
Describe what is involved in the ...
26  cards
The Liver: An Introduction to its Function
Generally describe the livers ana...,
Describe the blood supply to the ...,
Describe the functional anatomy o...
25  cards
Metabolic Functions of the Liver
What relevance is the positioning...,
How is the liver important in mai...,
What is the importance of the liv...
19  cards
Introduction to the Functions and Control of the Alimentary Tract
What are the digestive functions ...,
Describe where the storage of dig...,
Describe the storage of gastric s...
26  cards
Transport along and across the GI Tract
What is the emptying of the gastr...,
Describe storage and gastric empt...,
What is gastric emptying dependen...
30  cards
The Oesophagus and its Disorders
Describe the anatomy of the oesop...,
What promotes the transport of in...,
Describe the two sphincters of th...
31  cards
Regulation and Disorders of Gastric Secretion
Describe the stomach anatomically...,
How is gastric acid made in the s...,
List some gastric secretions and ...
31  cards
Immunological Features of the Alimentary Tract
As a recap list some differences ...,
Where would we find systemic and ...,
Describe the surfaces of the muco...
18  cards
Bile, Gall Bladder and Gall Stones
What is the ampulla of vater,
What is the general function of t...,
Describe bile acid synthesis
25  cards
Symptoms of GI Disease: Nausea, Vomiting and Pain
What is the difference between na...,
List some things that could cause...,
List some protections our bodies ...
12  cards
Development of the GI Tract
What is the significance of the g...,
Describe primary germ formation,
Briefly describe the directions o...
22  cards
Pancreatic Exocrine Secretions and its Control
What are the three types of cells...,
List the structures a substance h...,
The pancreas secretes around 15 l...
17  cards
Consequences of Fluid Loss from the GI Tract
List some ways in which water is ...,
List some different types of diar...,
Bloody diarrhoea is a cause for c...
14  cards
Pharmacological Basis for Treatment of GI Disorders
List some areas of git importance,
What are two types of anti secret...,
What are the clinical uses of h2 ...
28  cards
Introduction to the Microbiology of the Gut
What makes up our gut flora,
What are some host defences that ...,
What are some benefits of gut flora
9  cards

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