Anatomy and Physiology I
- Department of Health Care Disciplines and Population Protection
The combined subject of anatomy and physiology is the introductory course ofmedical subjects for non-medical specialties.
1st Attendance 80% practical exercises. The absence (up to 20%, ie 3 absences per semester) must be replaced defended seminary work. Documented illness or incapacity for work medical report is considered absence.
2nd Preparation and defense of essay, the student chooses at the beginning of the semester according to the offer.
3rd Ongoing basic knowledge validated tests, seminar work, oral testing - determines the extent and form of practical teacher training.
1st Granted credit for practical training
2nd The written test demonstrating knowledge of the first (proper) time, the first correction term (the second term) and the second correction term (the third term). The success of the test at least 80%.
3rd Tests are not published and are provided to students after the test.
Without obtaining credit and write credit in the baskets is not possible to implement the test!
- Syllabus of lectures:
1st Week: Cytomorfology. Functional morphology of tissues
2nd Week: Cell physiology, protein synthesis
3rd Week: General structure of bone growth, mechanical properties of bone and cartilage and tendons.
4th Week: Bone metabolism. Bone circulation.
5th Week: General structure of the joint principles of joint mechanics Kinesiology and anatomy of the spine.
6th Week: Physiology of articular joints. Metabolism of articular cartilage. Synovial fluid
7th Week: General structure of muscle, kontraktibilita, control muscle contractions.
8th Week: Muscle Physiology
9th Week: Trunk muscles. Respiratory muscles. Diaphragm
10th Week: Morphology of the respiratory system
11th Week: Fysiology of respiratory system
12th Week: Cardiovascular system - construction
13th Week: Cardiovascular system - fiction
14th Week: Consultation Week
- Syllabus of tutorials:
1st Week: Demonstration electronograms. Use basic medical terminology to describe body
2nd Week: Blood, blood groups - the liquid tissue
3rd Week: Skeleton human bone identification, description of the principles of the skeleton, the main palpable services, basic anthropometric points on the body
4th Week: Metabolism, and metabolic energy. Tissue mineralization. PowerLab
5th Week: Connection to the spine, the kinetics and kinematics of the spine. Art. sacroiliacus. Pelvis as a whole. Home limb bearing joints
6th Week: Hydrodynamics intervertebral plates. Circulation of joint fluid - modeling
7th Week: Overview of muscle groups of the head and neck. Muscle relief of the body - muscle on the living sculpture. PK muscles. Palpable structures on PK
8th Week: Muscle contraction, muscle strength, EMG
9th Week: DK muscles. Palpable services to DK.
10th Week: Demonstration of respiratory organs
11th Week: Mechanics of breathing, respiratory gas transport. PowerLab
12th Week: Demonstration bodies cardiovascular system
13th Week: Pumping function of the heart, the heart of the revolution. Management. PowerLab
14th Week: Seminar work
- Study Objective:
Anatomy - to get a review of the structure and composition
of the human body.
Physiology - to get understanding of the functioning of
living matter, based on the description of living cell, and
the exchange of chemicals, energy and information with the
- Study materials:
 Dylevský, I.: Funkční anatomie člověka, Grada 2009
 Feneis, H.: Obrazový anatomický slovník, Grada 2007
 Mourek, J.: Fyziologie, Grada 2005
 Dylevský I.: Dětský pohybový systém, Palestra, Vysoká škola tělesné výchovy a sportu PALESTRA, spol. s r.o., 2011
- Further information:
- No time-table has been prepared for this course
- The course is a part of the following study plans:
- Biomedical Technician - combined study (compulsory course)