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Integrated Physiology B

PHSI2006 Lecture 28: PHSI2006 LECTURE 28
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PHSI2006 LECTURE 28- RENAL PHYSIOLOGY 1 (W11-1) Body fluids 60 water solvent (65-70 kg = 40L of water) Solutes electrolytes, sugar In the 40L of water . Intracellular fluid (ICF) = 25L Extracellular fluid (ECF) = 15L Inter...

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PHSI2006 Lecture 9: lecture 9
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PHSI2006 Topic 2 Respiratory Physiology (W3-6) Lecture 9: Respiration 1 Mechanics of Breathing Respiration Air Ventilation Gas exchange (alveoli) Gas exchange (blood) Tissues (uptake O2 for energy, down-load CO2) Determina...

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PHSI2006 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Gas Exchange, Partial Pressure, Hypoxic Pulmonary Vasoconstriction
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Lecture 11: Gas exchange Partial pressures of gases

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PHSI2006 Lecture Notes - Lecture 14: Airway Obstruction, Blood Gas Tension, Lung Volumes
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Lecture 14 Introduction to respiration practical Objectives: To demostrate how alveolar ventilation affects alveolar gas composition To measure lung volumes useful in diagnosis of asthema other lung diseases To show effec...

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PHSI2006 Lecture 8: lecture 8
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Lecture 8: Thyroid hormones In thyroid gland: Hormones are stored in cavities, surrounded by secretory cells, which make up a follicle To secrete hormone: hormone reabsorbed from cavity, then released into surrounding inte...

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PHSI2006 Lecture 13: lecture 13
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Lecture 13 Control of ventilation Respiratory centre: an integrator of inputs from chemoreceptors, other receptors higher centres Chemoreceptors: Peripheral (respond to changes in O2, CO2 and pH Inputs from other receptor...

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PHSI2006 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Hemoglobin, Bohr Effect, Cyanosis
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Lecture 12: Gas transport Transport of O2 in blood Some dissolved ( 1.5 at normal atmospheric pressure) Most combined with haemoglobin (98.5) Factors which influence O2 binding to HB O2 affinity for Hb* is decreased by: PC...

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PHSI2006 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: High High, Erythema, Parathyroid Gland
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Lecture 7: Hormonal control of Ca and phosphatehomeostasis Calcium in the body 1.1 kg Ca2+ (most in boneteeth 99) Blood Ca (2.3-2.5 mmolL) 3- Serum inorganic phosphate PO 4 0.8 1.4 mmolL higher in kids exact regulation: le...

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PHSI2006 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Hyperthyroidism, Bromocriptine, Bradycardia
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Lecture 3: The hypothalamus & pituitary gland (1) Receives info from other parts of the brain & sensory systems Secretes the releasing or trophic hormones which control the release of hormones from pituitary ...

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PHSI2006 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Catecholamine, Low-Density Lipoprotein, White Adipose Tissue
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Lecture 5: Other hormones Tissuesorgans secreting hormones include: Kidney: renin, active vit D, erythropoietin, prostaglandins, NO, endothelins Heart: atrial natriuretic hormone Gastrointestinal tract: gut hormones (gastr...

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PHSI2006 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Neuroendocrinology, Hyperglycemia, Mineralocorticoid
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Lecture 6: Adrenal glands Anatomy of adrenal gland Produces variety of hormones: adrenaline, steroids aldosterone & cortisol Found above kidneys Each gland has an outer cortex which produces steroid hor...

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PHSI2006 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Triiodothyronine, Homeostasis, Peptide Synthesis
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Lecture 2: Introduction to Endocrine Physiology Endocrine system Controls activities that do not require immediate adjustment Exerts these effects for longer periods of time (i.e. activities that require duration rather th...

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PHSI2006 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Polydipsia, Insulin Resistance, Diuretic
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Lecture 4: Hormonal control of circulating nutrients Hormones produced in the islets of Langerhans (of pancreas) Alpha cells: glucagon Beta cells: insulin, amylin D cells: pancreatic polypeptide Consequences of hypoglycaem...

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