Human Physiology 2

Main teaching objectives:

At the end of the course, students must know the
function of the organs in the human body; the dynamical integration of the
various organs into systems; the general mechanisms of functional control under
normal conditions; the normal values of the main functional parameters in
healthy humans; the medical application of biophysical and biotechnological principles.
They must also know some of the techniques used to measure physiological
parameters.

Requirements: For a good understanding of the topics
considered in this course, students should have adequately studied the subjects
of the following exams: Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Histology, Anatomy.

Suggested textbooks:

§  WF Boron, EL Boulpaep: Medical
Physiology. Elsevier 2017. ISBN: 978-0323427968

§  BM Koeppen, BA Stanton: Berne
& Levy Physiology. Mosby Elsevier 2010. ISBN: 978-0-323-07362-2

§  JH Hall: Guyton and Hall
Medical Physiology.
Saunders
Elsevier. ISBN: 978-1-4160-44574-8

§  DU Silverthorn: Human
Physiology. 6th edition.
Benjamin
Cummings. ISBN: 978-0321750006