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Fundamental Pathophysiology

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17BZZPF Z,ZK 2 2P Czech

The course 17BZZPF can be graded only after the course 17BZFA2 has been successfully completed.

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Department of Health Care Disciplines and Population Protection
Synopsis:

The goal is to understand the basics of pathological physiology. To learn the basic terminology. To understand the pathophysiology of cells, individual organs and body systems, signs of disturbed function in different systems and disruption of the proceedings and functions of the body of disease states.

Requirements:

Credit:

participation in the exercises 100%

written test demonstrating their knowledge.

Exam: written test (form a, b??, c, d) - a successful test min. 80% correct answers (100% = A, B = 95%, 90% = C, D = 85%, 80% = E).

The interval between the sound and repeat examination or corrective tests must be at least seven days.

Syllabus of lectures:

Health, illness, death, adaptation.

Pathophysiology of human ontogeny.

Pathophysiology of motor skills.

Pathophysiology of the CNS, cortical functions.

Pathophysiology of sensory systems.

Pathophysiology of autonomic system.

Pathophysiology of circulation.

Pathophysiology of respiration.

Pathophysiology of elimination.

Pathophysiology of the GI tract.

Pathophysiology of the endocrine system.

Disorders minerálového economy, ABR.

Immunity, its pathophysiology.

Syllabus of tutorials:

N/A

Study Objective:

The aim of this course is to acquaint students with the basic pathological physiology. Students are given a comprehensive overview of the basic terminology.

In other parts of the objects are discussed topics related to the pathophysiology of cells, individual organs and body systems. There is particular attention paid to signs of disturbed function in different systems.

Study materials:

[1]FÖLSCH U.R. et al.: Patologická fyziologie, Grada 2003

[2]SILBERNAGL, S, LANG, F.:Atlas patofyziologie cloveka

[3]NECAS, K.: Patologická fyziologie , Karolinum 2006

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