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 580 PSL

 

For MSc. Adult Medical-Surgical Nursing

PSL 580 (Applied Physiology)

1427H (2005-2006)

 

Course Textbook:

Human  Physiology

Stuart Ira Fox, 8th Edition

McGraw Hill

 

LIST OF RESOURCE PERSONS

 

STUDENTS

 

 

This booklet contains the whole semester program including the course schedule and lecture contents for the academic year 1424 (2003-2004).  You are advised to keep this booklet always with you for reference.

 

Try to practice the following methodical approach:

 

1.           Read the recommended textbook as shown in the Reference” column of course schedule for each lecture before coming to class.

 

2.           Regularly attend all classes and practicals and regularly assess yourself whether you are running along with the program or lagging behind.

 

3.           You must actively participate in all the activities in the laboratory.

 

4.           You can contact any of the teaching staff or course organizer, if you have questions or difficulties in the course, or you would like additional information.

 

5.           You are advised not to depend on handouts.

 

 

  (A) Lectures  (3 hours every week)

 

Days

Time

Lecture Theatre

saturday

9:00 am – 12:00 pm

Malaz

 

(B) Examinations

 

Name of Exam

Number

Marks

Marks

Total 100

Continuous Assessment Exam ?

2

20

40

Students Activity Assessment ?

4

5

20

Final Written Examination

1

40

40

Total

 

 

100

 

(C) PSL 580 Course Contents 

 

S. No.

Unit (Lecture No.)

Teacher

Lectures

1

Body fluids (1-3)

Dr Laila AL-Ayadhi

3

2

Blood (4-8)

Dr Sitelbanat Awadalla

5

3

Nerve and muscle (9-12)

Dr Laila AL-Ayadhi

4

4

Heart and circulation (13-18)

Dr Eman Alter

6

5

Respiration (19-24)

Dr Laila AL-Ayadhi

6

6

Renal & acid-base (25-27)

Dr Sitelbanat Awadalla

3

7

Neuroscience (28-33)

Dr Laila AL-Ayadhi

6

 

UNIT – I ……… BODY FLUIDS

 

Teacher:        Dr laila Al-ayadhi

 

WEEK – 1

DAY

DATE

ACTIVITY

TOPIC

REFERENCE

Wed

 

23-2-06

PSL 580

Lecture 1-3

10 am-1pm

Cell & plasma membrane

Body fluids

·         Composition

·         Compartments

Transport across the plasma

membrane

·         Diffusion & osmosis

·         Carrier-mediated transport

Applied physiology

IV fluid therapy

Dehydration (infant & adults)

P. 50 53

P. 126 – 134

P. 134 – 139

 

 

 

UNIT – II ……… BLOOD

Teacher:        Dr sit al-banat

 

ACTIVITY

TOPIC

REFERENCE

PSL 580

Lecture 4-6

10 am-1pm

Composition of blood

  • Plasma & cells

Hematopoiesis

·         Erythropoiesis 

·         Leukopoiesis

Defense mechanisms

  • Innate & adaptive immunity
  • Functions of B & T Lymphocytes

Red blood cell antigens and blood typing (ABO system & Rh factor)

Blood Clotting

Applied physiology:

Types of Anemia

 Bleeding disorders

 

 

P. 367 – 370

P. 370 – 372

P. 446 450

P. 453 454

P. 457 458

ACTIVITY

TOPIC

REFERENCE

PSL 580

Lecture 7-9

10 am-1pm

The membrane potential

  • Equilibrium potentials
  • Resting membrane potential

 

Electrical activity in axons

  • Ion gating in axons
  • Action potentials
  • Conduction of nerve impulses

Skeletal Muscle

·         Structure

·         Mechanism of contraction

Excitation-contraction coupling

Applied physiology:

Denervation

Muscle dystrophy

Motor unite and EMG

Myotonia

P. 372 374

P. 374 376

P.140 – 143

P. 152 – 155

P. 160 – 167

P. 326 – 336

P. 336 339

 

WEEK 4

 

CATI        15-3-06

 

UNIT – IV ……… HEART  & CIRCULATION

 

TEACHER:        Dr Eman

 

ACTIVITY

TOPIC

REFERENCE

PSL 580

Lecture 10-12

10 am-1pm

Structure of the heart & valves

Pulmonary and systemic circulations

Cardiac cycle

  • Pressure changes during Cardiac cycle
  • Heart sounds

Electrical activity of the heart

  • Pacemaker potential
  • Myocardial AP
  • Conducting tissues of the Heart & impulse conduction
  • Excitation-contraction coupling in heart

 

P. 378 – 380

P. 381 – 383

P. 383 386

ACTIVITY

TOPIC

REFERENCE

 

PSL 580

Lecture 16-18

10 am-1pm

 

The Electrocardiogram

Cardiac Output

  • Regulation of cardiac rate
  • Regulation of stroke volume
  • Venous return

Blood pressure

  • Regulation

Applied physiology:

       Hypertension

       Shock

       Arrhythmias

       Heart failure

 

P. 387 – 390

P. 408 – 412

P. 429 435

 

 

 

 

 

UNIT – V ……… RESPIRATION

 

TEACHER:        DR Lilia

 

ACTIVITY

TOPIC

REFERENCE

 

 

PSL 580

Lecture 19-21

10 am-1pm

Respiratory structure & ventilation

Mechanics of breathing and lung volumes/capacities

Gas Exchange in the lungs:

  • Partial pressures of gases in blood

Pulmonary Circulation and V/Q

Regulation of Breathing

  • Brain Stem Respiratory Centers
  • Chemoreceptors
  • Effects of Blood PCO2/PO2 and PH on Ventilation

Hemoglobin, O2 & CO2 Transport

Applied physiology:

Obstructive and restrictive  lung disease

O2 tharapy

P. 480 – 487

P. 488 – 490

P. 493 497

ACTIVITY

TOPIC

REFERENCE

 

PSL 580

Lecture 22-24

10 am-1pm

Nephron structure & glomerular functions

Tubular functions & diuretics

Water reabsorption & mechanisms of urine concentration.

Acute and chronic renal failure

 

P. 497 – 498

P. 499 – 504

P. 504 – 508

P. 510 511

P. 524 – 528

P. 532 – 536

P. 549 – 551

P. 536 539

 

 

 

 

 

 

ACTIVITY

TOPIC

 

 

PSL 580

Lecture 25-27

10 am-1pm

 

CAT II  (CONTENOUS ASSESSMENT EXAM) 

 

 

 

 

 

UNIT – VII ……… NEUROSCIENCE

 

TEACHER:        DR LAILA AL-AYADH

 

ACTIVITY

TOPIC

REFERENCE

 

PSL 580

Lecture 28-30

10 am-1pm

 

Functional anatomy of CNS (cerebral cortex, lobes and their functions)

Neurotransmitters: Types, receptors & functions

Synapses & synaptic transmission

P. 190 194

P. 170 181

P. 167 170

ACTIVITY

TOPIC

REFERENCE

 

PSL 580

Lecture 31-33

10 am-1pm

 

Motor system: Definition of upper and lower motor neurons and functions of basal ganglia

Functions of cerebellum and hypothalamus

Sleep: Centers, mechanism & neurotransmitters

Applied physiology:

Aphasia

Parkinson disease

U&LMNL

P. 197

P. 197 198

P. 205 206

P. 194 197

 

 

TEACHER:       

 

ACTIVITY

TOPIC

REFERENCE

 

PSL 580

10 am-1pm

 

 

 

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