Anatomy and Physiology DVDs and Video Topics

Anatomy and physiology DVDs Video lecture

          The videos and audio lectures for Anatomy and Physiology I and II contains the following standard topics:-
          Anatomy I  
  1. An Introduction to Anatomy and Physiology
  2. The Chemical Level of Organization
  3. The Cellular Level of Organization
  4. The Tissue Level of Organization
  5. The Integumentary System
  6. Osseous Tissue and Skeletal Structure
  7. The Axial Skeleton
  8. The Appendicular Skeleton
  9. Articulations
  10. Muscle Tissue
  11. The Muscular System
  12. Neural Tissue
  13. The Spinal Cord and Spinal Nerves
  14. The Brain and Cranial Nerves
          Anatomy II  
  1. Neural Integration I: Sensory and Somatic Nervous System
  2. Neural Integration II: The Autonomic Nervous System
  3. The Special Senses
  4. The Endocrine System
  5. Blood
  6. The Heart
  7. Blood Vessels and Circulation
  8. The Lymphatic System and Immunity
  9. The Respiratory System
  10. The Digestive System
  11. Metabolism and Energetics
  12. The Urinary System
  13. Fluid, Electrolyte, and Acid-Base Balance
  14. The Reproductive System
  15. Development and Inheritance

Anatomy and Physiology Video Lecture
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Anatomy and Physiology DVD
ISBN: 987-9987-03-095-8

Anatomy and Physiology Video Lecture (Anatomy DVD)

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  • DVDs with Anatomy and Physiology Lecture for all topics of Anatomy and Physiology I and II.
  • Real time live lectures compiled together; each lecture is between 30-45 min, cover details in the subject matter at the college and undergraduate level.
  • Suitable for both Medical Students, Nursing and Allied Health Students and any other student of Anatomy and Physiology at certificate, degree or graduate level.
What You Learn
  • Introduction and Organizations: This introduces the study of Anatomy and Physiology, Anatomical terminology, planes and body cavities. It goes further to discuss different levels of organization from atomic chemical level, cellular, tissue to organismal levels of organization of the human body
  • Musculoskeletal System: This looks at the physiology and physics of the bones and muscles. It examines the anatomy of specific organizations of skeletal system and the muscle groups as it focuses on the anatomy and physiology of the skeleton and then musculature in perspective.
  • Nervous System: The lectures continue with a look at the very reason for the existence of all the other organ systems: the nervous system. It explores the structure and function of the spinal cord and the brain. This lecture covers the anatomy and physiology of the spinal cord and the spinal nerves, addresses the unconscious workings of the autonomic nervous system and all-important.
  •  Endocrine System: This topic focuses on the  study the anatomy and physiology of the body control by biological messengers or signals called hormones. Different modes of actions of hormones and their effects on target organs are studied, some of the glands include hypothalamus, pituitary gland and the adrenal glands, thyroids, parathyroid's, pancreas, gonads, adrenal and placenta. cranial nerves. Students learn about the wonders of sight and the eye, ears, hearing, and balance.
  • Cardiovascular System: The course opens with the cardiovascular system, focusing on the Blood, Heart and Blood Vessels. The topic focuses on different components and composition of Blood, and their functions, parts and function of the Heart and their responsibilities, and how the processes can break down. Hemodynamics complete the cardiovascular system with descriptions of the anatomy and physiology of the great vessels of the body, including arteries, veins, and their relationships and dynamics of Blood pressure.
  •  Immune System: This topic addresses the structure and function of the body’s major defense mechanism, the immune system and the lymphatic systems role in body defense and transport system.
  • Respiratory System: This topic focuses mainly of the anatomy and physiology of the respiratory system, mechanisms of perfusion and gaseous exchange at the lungs to the alveolar level. Different physiological volumes are discusses in details and their practical applications.
  • Digestive System: This lecture series starts with the anatomy and physiology of the upper portion of the gastrointestinal tract—the mouth, esophagus, and stomach—continuing with the pancreas, liver, and the biliary tree, small intestine, colon, and rectum.
  • Nutrition and Dietetics: This lecture focuses on metabolism and energy balance of the body, production of energy and its distribution and expenditure.
  • Electrolyte, Fluid and Acid-Balance: This is key topic as it covers the homeostatic balances of fluids, electrolytes, acid-bases and water through complex mechanisms such as biological buffer systems, neural and hormonal controls.
  • Urinary System: This lecture focuses on the kidneys, ureters, and bladders function in control of elimination and blood pressure via Renin-Angiotensin-System (RAS).
  •  Reproductive System: The anatomy and physiology of the male and female reproductive systems is their function of procreation are covered in details..
  • Growth and Inheritance: This concludes the course in Anatomy and Physiology by studying the different aspects and stages of growth after conception, passing and expressions of genes and morphogenesis.
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