Human Physiology : Human Physiology: Excretory products & their elimination Lecture - 8

Human Physiology: Excretory products & their elimination Lecture - 8

Explained: Other excretory organs in Human body, Uremia, Hemodialysis, Kidney transplantation, Renal calculi, Glomerulonephritis, Kidney disease symptoms

Digestion & Absorption (Lecture - 12)

Explained: Disorders related to digestive system, PEM

Digestion & Absorption (Lecture - 11)

Explained: The entire process of digestion, Absorption of food

Digestion & Absorption (Lecture - 10)

Explained: Pancreas, Exocrine part of Pancreas, Endocrine part of Pancreas, Acinar cells, Islets of Langerhans, Duct of wirsung, Duct of Santorini

Digestion & Absorption (Lecture - 9)

Explained: Liver, Liver lobes, Hepatic lobules, Bile canaliculi, Portal triad, Falciform ligaments, Gall bladder & cystic duct, Bile, Bile salts & Bile pigments, Functions of liver, Histology of liver

Digestion & Absorption (Lecture - 8)

Explained: Associated digestive glands, Salivary glands, Parotid gland, Mumps, Sublingual glands, Submandibular glands, Ducts of Rivinus, Stensons duct, Wharton's duct, Salivation, Saliva in detail

Digestion & Absorption (Lecture - 7)

Explained: Colon & its parts, Colon histology, Rectum, Anal canal & Anal column, Column of Morgagni, Tinea coli & Haustrum, Functions of the large intestine, Piles, Constipation & diarrhoea

Digestion & Absorption (Lecture - 6)

Explained: Small intestine, Crypts of lieberkuhn, Peyer's patches, Coecum, Appendix, Ileocaecal valve, Appendicitis

Digestion & Absorption (Lecture - 5)

Explained: Gastric pits & Gastric glands, Compound stomach, Polygastric vs. Monogastric digestion, Small intestine, Duodenum, Jejunum, Ileum, Brunner's glands, Villi

Digestion & Absorption (Lecture - 4)

Explained: Pharynx & its parts, Glottis & Epiglottis, Esophagus, Gastro-esophageal sphincter, Stomach & its segments, Sphincters

Digestion & Absorption (Lecture - 3)

Explained: Buccopharyngeal cavity, Vestibule & oral cavity, Palate, Uvula, Tongue, Papillae & types, Taste buds, Teeth & types, Dental formula, Teeth structure

Digestion & Absorption (Lecture - 2)

Explained: Parts of the alimentary canal, General Histology of Alimentary canal, Auerbach's plexus & Meissner's plexus

Digestion & Absorption (Lecture - 1)

Explained: Why we need food? , Entropy & energy balance, Food types, Minerals & vitamins, One way & two way digestive system, Important concepts & overview

Breathing & Respiration Lecture - 6

Explained: Regulation of Respiratory process, Chemoreceptors - Peripheral & Central, Sensor, Central control body & effectors, Rhythm centre & Pneumotaxic centre, How ventilation regulated?, Hering - brueur reflex, Why is CO2 very important for controlling centres?, Common respiratory disorders, Asthma, Emphysema, Occupational respiratory disorders

Breathing & Respiration Lecture - 5

Explained: How carbon dioxide comes into respiration?, How Carbon dioxide transported in blood?, What is chloride shift?, What is Haldane effect?, How Hb plays important role as Buffer & carrier?, Why Carbonic anhydrase is an important enzyme? Why it is present inside RBC?, Why Chloride & bicarbonate antiport takes place?

Breathing & Respiration Lecture - 4

Explained: Transport of Gases, Role of RBC & Hb, Oxygen dissociation curve, Bohr effect on oxygen dissociation, Right shift of Oxygen dissociation curve, Left shift of Oxygen dissociation curve, Important concepts & points

Breathing & Respiration Lecture - 3

Explained: Spirometry & its significance, Various lung volumes & lung capacities, Ventilation-perfusion ratio, Pulmonary ventilation, Transport of gases, Diffusion membrane during respiration, Fundamentals of gaseous exchange

Breathing & Respiration Lecture - 2

Explained: Inspiration & Expiration, Role of Pressure gradient in Respiration, How we inhale air during breathing?, How we exhale air during breathing?, Role of accessory muscles in breathing?, Why Diaphragm is very important in breathing?

Breathing & Respiration Lecture - 1

Explained: Breathing, Phases of Respiration, Upper respiratory tract, Lower Respiratory tract, Lungs anatomy, Pharynx parts & Larynx structure, Alveolar system

Body fluids & Circulation Lecture - 8

Explained: Double circulation, Pulmonary circulation, Systemic circulation, Control of Heart, Neural control on heart, Chemical control of heart, Heart diseases, Hypertension, Coronary artery disease, Angina pectoris, Heart failure

Body fluids & Circulation Lecture - 7

Explained: Cardiac Cycle, ECG, How our heart works?, Why ECG is an important investigation?, Behavior of heart valves

Body fluids & Circulation Lecture - 6

Explained: Human blood vessel system, Human heart, Anatomy of heart, Electrical supply in heart, Heart valves & Heart sounds

Human Physiology: Body fluids & Circulation Lecture - 5

Explained: Circulatory systems, Open circulatory system, Closed circulatory system, 2 Chambered heart, 3 Chambered heart, 4 Chambered heart, Single circulation, Double circulation, Incomplete double circulation, Blood distribution in human body

Human Physiology: Body fluids & Circulation Lecture - 4 (Lymphatic system)

Explained: Process of lymph formation, Importance of lymphatic system, Composition of Lymph, Lymphatic vessels & Lymph flow, Lymphatic disorders, Role of Lymph in body

Body fluids & Circulation Lecture - 3

Explained: Blood clotting : Why important?, Problems associated with poor clotting or excessive clotting, Hemostasis process & body responce, Blood clotting factors & cascade process, Thrombus & Embolus

Body fluids & Circulation Lecture - 2

Explained: Blood groups, Fundamentals of ABO system, Genetics of ABO system, Rh Factor, Rh Inheritance, Rh Disease / Rh incompatibility, Erythroblastosis fetalis

Body Fluids & Circulation Lecture - 1

Explained: Why is the circulatory system required?, Blood types & Chemistry, Double circulation: What does it mean?, Blood composition, Body fluids: its Distribution, Blood Plasma, Plasma proteins, Oncotic pressure, Formed elements, Erythrocytes, Granulocytes & Agranulocytes, Lymphocytes, Platelets, Functions of Blood

Excretory products & their elimination Lecture - 7

Explained: Micturition, Micturition reflex, Pons & spinal cord in urination control, Stretch receptors & Pontine micturition center, Renal Glycosuria & Ketonuria, Urinary tract infection & types of UTI, Urine analysis

Excretory products & their elimination Lecture - 6

Explained: Regulation of kidney functions, Osmoreceptors in Brain, JG apparatus in Kidney & Renin, Adrenal cortex & Aldosterone, Heart atrium & ANF, RAAS & Blood pressure, GFR & Blood volume

Excretory products & their elimination Lecture - 5

Explained: Urine concentration mechanism, Counter current process, Loop of Henle & Vasa recta, Medullary interstitium & urine concentration, Why urine concentration is an important process, Osmolarity maintenance in inner medulla

Excretory products & their elimination Lecture - 4

Explained: Urine formation, Functions of PCT, Functions of loop of Henle, Functions of DCT, Functions of collecting duct, ADH effect on Collecting duct & DCT

Excretory products & their elimination Lecture - 3

Explained: Brief revision of kidney, Urine formation, Glomerular filtration, GFR & Its regulation, Tubular re-absorption, Tubular secretion, Renin-Angiotensin effect

Excretory products and their elimination Lecture - 2

Explained: Human excretory system, Human kidneys, Renal pelvis & Calyxes, Renal cortex & Renal medulla, Column of bertini, Renal papillae, Bowman's capsule / Glomerulus capsule, Glomerulus, Malphigian body / Renal corpuscle, Loop of henle & Vasa recta, PCT & DCT

Excretory products and their elimination Lecture - 1

Explained: Why animals need excretory system?, Why excretory system different from digestive system?, What are metabolic wastage?, Ammonotelic animals, Ureotelic animals, Uricotelic animals, Excretory organs in different animals

Locomotion & Movements Lecture - 5 (Joints & Disorders)

Explained: Significance of Joints, Types of Joints, Fibrous Joints, Cartilaginous joint, Synovial joint, Types of Synovial joint, Myasthenia gravis, Muscular dystrophy, Tetany, Osteoporosis, Arthritis, Gout

Locomotion & Movements Lecture - 4 (Skeletal System)

Explained: Human skeletal, Axial skeletal, Appendicular Skeleton, Skull - Cranium vault & facial bones, Vertebral column, Rib cage, Girdles & limbs, Glenoid cavity & Acetabulum, Ear ossicles & Hyoid

Human Physiology: Locomotion & Movements Lecture - 3

Explained: Brief review of muscular structure, Physiology of muscle contraction, Role of Calcium in muscular contraction

Locomotion & Movements Lecture - 2

Explained: Muscles Importance & types, Muscle structure in detail, Structure of Actin & Myosin, Sarcomere & Sarcoplasmic reticulum, Fascia & epimysium, Muscle fiber cell & Myofibril, Muscle fine structure

Locomotion & Movements Lecture - 1

Explained: Movement vs. Locomotion, Why locomotion is important?, Types of Movements in Human body

Neural Control & Coordination Lecture - 7 (Ear - Sense organ)

Explained: Ear - Structural details, Mechanism of hearing, Mechanism of body balancing

Neural Control & Coordination Lecture - 6

Explained: Sensory organs, Eye Structure, Vision mechanism, Visual cortex & Information from eye, Optic chiasma

Neural control & Coordination Lecture - 5

Explained: Mid Brain, Ventricles of brain, Corpora qudrigemina, Hind Brain, Pons varolli, Cerebellum, Arbor vitae, Medulla oblongata, Reflex action & Reflex arc

Neural Control & Coordination Lecture - 4

Explained: CNS, Brain Parts, Fore-brain, Diencephalon, Limbic system, Accessory brain areas, Thalamus & Hypothalamus

Neural Control & Coordination Lecture - 3

Explained: Resting membrane potential, Polarized membrane, Voltage gated ion channels, Depolarization, Nerve impulse generation, Action potential & Current flow, Nerve impulse transmission

Neural control & coordination Lecture - 2

Explained: Human Nervous system, CNS & PNS, Sensory neuron & Motor neuron, Somatic neural system, Autonomic neural system, Parasympathetic nervous system, Sympathetic nervous system, Type of neurons, Nissl's granules,Type of axons, Continuous conduction & saltatory conduction

Neural control & coordination Lecture - 1

Explained: Need of control & coordination, Organ systems involves in control & coordination, Nervous system & Endocrine system, Sensory tissue & Motor tissues, Evolution of Brain (Types)

Chemical Coordination Revision (Crash Course)

Explained: Chemical Coordination Revision

Chemical coordination and Integration Lecture - 7

Explained: Hormones from non endocrine parts, ANF from Heart, Erythropoetin from Kidney, Hormones from GIT, Mechanism of hormone action, Membrane bound receptors & Intracellular receptors, cAMP - Second messenger of cell

Chemical coordination and Integration Lecture - 6

Explained: Testicular hormones, Ovarian hormones

Chemical coordination and Integration Lecture - 5

Explained: Pancreas - Endocrine part, Glucagon vs. Insulin, Diabetes mellitus, Blood glucose homoeostasis

Chemical coordination and Integration Lecture - 4

Explained: Thymus, Adrenal medulla, Adrenal Cortex

Chemical Control and Integration Lecture - 3

Explained: Pineal gland, Thyroid gland, Parathyroid gland

Chemical coordination and Integration Lecture - 2

Explained: Pituitary gland, Sella tursica , Infundibulum, Adenohypophysi, Neurohypophysis, Hormones from Adenohypophysis, Hormones from Neurohypophysis, Pituitary hormones & target organs

Chemical Coordination and Integration Lecture - 1

Explained: Why endocrine system needed?, What are the hormones?, Scientific definition of hormones, Human endocrine system, Ecdysone, Brain hormone & Juvenile hormone in Invertebrates, Hypothalamus : Link between neural & endocrine system, Hypothalamus hormones