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PHYSIOLOGY

SCHEDULE
WEEK TOPIC LECTURER
W1 I. The Cell And General Physiology REMUDARO
July 13-17 A. The internal environment
B. The cell and its functions
C. Genetic control of protein synthesis, cell function
and cell reproduction
W2 II. Membrane Physiology, Nerve And Muscle REMUDARO
July 20-14 A. Transport of substances through the Cell Membrane
B. Membrane potentials and action potentials
W3 C. Physiology of muscle contraction MANALO
July 27-31 1. Physiologic anatomy of skeletal muscle
a. General mechanism of muscle
contraction
b. Molecular mechanism of muscle
contraction
c. Neuromuscular transmission excitation-
contraction coupling mechanism
W4 2. The smooth muscle MANALO
Aug. 3-7 a. Contraction and excitation of smooth
muscle
b. Neural and hormonal control
W5 III. The Heart PALOMARES
Aug. 10-14 A. Physiology anatomy of cardiac muscle
B. The cardiac cycle
C. Rhythmical excitation of the heart

W6 D. The ECG PALOMARES


Aug. 17-21 1. Normal ECG
2. ECG interpretation of cardiac muscle and
coronary abnormalities
Cardiac arrhythmias and their ECG interpretation
W7 IV. The Circulation VALENTIN-
Aug. 24-28 A. Overview of circulation MIGUEL
a. Medical physics of pressure, flow, and
resistance
B. Functions of the arterial and venous system
C. The microcirculation and lymphatic system
W8 D. Cardiac output, venous return and their regulation PALOMARES
Aug. 31- E. Muscle blood flow and cardiac output during
Sept. 4 exercise
1. The coronary circulation
2. Ischemic heart disease
W9 MIDTERM EXAM
Sept. 7-11
W10 A. Heart Valves VALENTIN-
Sept. 14-18 a. Heart sounds MIGUEL
b. dynamics of valvular and congenital heart
defects
B. Heart failure
C. Circulatory shock and the physiology of its treatment
W11 V. Respiration QUILALA
Sept. 21-25 A. Pulmonary ventilation
B. Pulmonary circulation
W12 C. Physical principles of gas exchange CARABBACAN
Sept. 28-Oct. D. Transports of oxygen and carbon dioxide in blood and
2 tissue fluids
W13 E. Regulation of respiration QUILALA
Oct. 5-9 F. Respiratory insufficiency
W14 VI. Kidneys And Body Fluids REMUDARO
Oct. 12-16 A. Body fluid compartments
B. Urine formation by the kidneys
1. Glomerular filtration and renal blood flow and
control
2. Tubular processing of the glomerular filtrate
W15 A. Regulation of ECF osmolarity and sodium MAGCALAS
Oct. 19-23 concentration
B. Renal regulation of potassium, calcium, phosphate
and Magnessium
W 16 C. Integration of renal mechanism for control of blood REMUDARO
Oct. 26-30 volume and ECF volume
D. Regulation of acid base balance
W17 E. Micturation, diuretics MAGCALAS
Nov. 2-6 F. Kidney diseases
1. Acute renal failure
2. Chronic renal failure
3. Tubular disorders
4. Dialysis
5. Kidney transplantation
W18 SEMESTRAL EXAM
Nov. 9-13
W19 VII. Nervous system LUZOD
Nov. 30-Dec. A. Organization of nervous system
4 B. Sensory receptors& neuronal circuits
C. General organization of tactile and position senses
D. Pain, Headache , thermal sensation
W20 E. Special senses CARIAGA-
Dec. 7-11 1. Physiology of vision MANALO
2. Sense of hearing
3. Taste and smell
W21 F. Motor and integrative neurophysiology LUZOD
Dec. 14-18 a. The Spinal cord cord reflex
b. Cortex and brainstem control of motion
function
c. Cerebellum and basal ganglia
d. Cerebral cortex: intellectual function in the
brain: learning and memory
W22 e. Limbic system and hypothalamus CARIAGA-
Jan. 4-8 f. States of brain activity MANALO
g. Autonomic nervous system
h. Cerebral blood flow, cerebrospinal fluid and
brain metabolism
G. Body temperature, fever and temperature regulation
W23 VIII. Gastrointestinal physiology DULAY
Jan. 11-15 A. Motility, nervous control and circulation
B. Transport and mixing of food
W24 A. Secretory function of alimentary tract KUA
Jan. 18-22 B. Digestion and absorption
C. Physiology of gastrointestinal disorder
W25 IX. Metabolism DULAY
Jan. 25-29 A. Metabolism of carbohydrates and formation of ATP
B. Lipid metabolism
C. Protein metabolism
W26 A. The liver KUA
Feb. 1-5 B. Dietary balances
C. Energetics and metabolic rate
W27 MIDTERM EXAM
Feb. 8-12
W28 X. Endocrinology MANUEL
Feb 15-19 A. Introduction to endocrinology
B. Pituitary hormones and their control by the
hypothalamus
W29 C. Thyroid metabolic hormones MANUEL
Feb. 22-26 D. Adrenocortical hormones
W30 A. Insulin, glucagon and diabetes mellitus MANUEL
Feb 29- Mar. B. Parathyroid hormone, calcitonin, calcium and
4 phosphate
W31 XI. Reproduction FERRARIS
Mar. 7-11 A. Introduction
B. Reproductive and hormonal function of the male
C. Female physiology
1. Female hormones
2. Pregnancy
3. Lactation
W32 XII. Blood Cell, Immunity And Blood Clotting REMUDARO
Mar. 14-18 A. Red Blood Cell and related disorders
B. Resistance of the body to infection
1. White Blood Cells, other defenses and
inflammation
2. Immunity and allergy
W33 C. Blood groups, transfusion, tissue and organ REMUDARO
Mar. 21-25 transplantation
D. Hemostasis and blood coagulation
W34 XIII.Fetal and neonatal physiology
Mar. 28-Apr.
1
W35 XIV. Aviation, space and deep sea diving physiology QUILALA
Apr. 4-8 A. High altitude physiology
B. Deep sea and hyperbaric condition Sports
physiology
XV. Sports physiology
ALIPIO
W36 FINAL EXAM
Apr. 14-18

TIME SCHEDULE (WEDNESDAYS)


8-9
9-10 LECTURE
10-11
11-12
12-1 BREAK
1-2
2-3 LABORATORY/CASE DISCUSSION/CLINICAL CORRRELATION
3-4
4-5

TOPICS FOR CASE DISCUSSION


1. cardiac arrhythmias
2. ischemic heart disease
3. heart failure
4. acute renal failure
a. prerenal
b. intrarenal
c. post renal
5. chronic renal failure
6. COPD vs Bronchial asthma
7. Hyaline membrane disease (RDS)
8. Pneumonia
9. Peptic Ulcer
10. Malabsorption
11. Pancreatitis
12. Diabetes Mellitus
13. Hyperthyroidism

OFFICIAL TEXTBOOK:
Textbook In Medical Physiology by Guyton And Hall, 12/E, C2011

REFERENCE TEXTBOOKS:

1. Berne & Levy Physiology, 6/E, C2010


2. Review of Medical Physiology by Ganong 24th edition
3. Basic Immunology by Abbas 3rd edition 2011