Pathophysiology DVD and Video

Pathophysiology DVD Copyright: 2013
Available for  Institutions, Libraries & Individual Students
Total Run Time: 16 hours
Package: 6 DVDs Set
ISBN: 978-9987-03-096-5


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Pathophysiology DVD
The pathophysiology DVD lectures package that examine the phenomena that produce alterations in human physiologic function and the resulting human response. Viewers will understand pathophysiological changes, including how pathological processes are manifested, progress in the body, and primary and secondary effects. Focus is put on pathological factors that influence the disease process. In order to discuss and comprehend the vast amount of information covered in these Pathophysiology DVDs it’s advised that you pause and refer either to the textbooks or your class notes, or study materials provided here. Students must have an understanding of normal functions of the body systems in order to understand the abnormal functions and manifestations of the disease process; therefore, Anatomy and Physiology I and II is essential. This comprehensive Pathophysiology DVD package covers the principles of Pathophysiology student will understand why diseases develop, how they progress, and what impact their interventions are having.

Topics of Pathophysiology DVDs

Introduction of Pathophysiology
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Homeostatic Relationships
Cell Structure and Function
Cellular adaptation
Cellular injury
Manifestations of cellular injury
Cellular aging and death


Inflammation: Innate defenses
Acute inflammation: vascular changes, cellular components, local and systemic
Chronic inflammation: role of the lymph system, systemic manifestations
Tissue Repair
Cellular regeneration
Dysfunctional wound healing
Fever and Its causes
Review inflammatory-reparative response

Immune System Disorders
Cell immunity: cell mediated immune response
Humoral Mediated Immune response
Hypersensitivity
Infection
Deficiencies: immunodeficiency diseases
Autoimmune diseases

Cancers and Neoplasms
Cellular proliferation: Cancer
Characteristics: classification and nomenclature
Etiology: genetic mutations , viral, epidemiology, and environmental
Metastasis
Clinical manifestations

Pathophysiology of the Hematologic System
Altered Leukocytic Function
Altered Erythrocytic Function
Hematologic disorders: blood dyscrasia
Leukemia and lymphoma
Alteration in coagulation: hemorrhage and thrombosis
Cerebral vascular accident, transient ischemic accident
Thrombocytopenia, polycythemia

Pathophysiology of the Cardiovascular System
Vascular diseases
Disorders of the heart
Valvular Disfunctions
Heart Disease and Failure
Arrythmias
Shocks
Congenital heart disease
Acquired cardiovascular disorders


Pathophysiology of the pulmonary system
Respiratory disease: restrictive, obstructive
Acute respiratory distress and pulmonary edema
Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD)
Ventilation Mismatches
Asthma
Respiratory infections

Pathophysiology of the renal system
Fluid, electrolytes, and acid-base imbalance
Anemia-erythropoiesis
Edema, ascites, third spacing
Glomerular disorders
Renal failure
Urinary tract obstruction, infections

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