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Department Courses

Courses:

Bachelor Program

Physiology department runs several undergraduate courses, which is part of the basic training for students in medicine, dentistry, pharmacy and applied medical sciences colleges.

These courses are defined by specific symbols and you will find below the course description:

College of Medicine

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Coordinator

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This course includes the study of the homoiostasis concept, body fluids formation and distribution, cellular physiology, transport mechanisms, circulatory system physiology and the nervous system physiology.

Dr. Nirvana Bayoumi

Introduction to Basic Medical Sciences

111 FOND

 

This course includes the study of bone physiology, characteristics of nerve fibers, relief of membrane effort, transmission of muscular nerve, comparison of counseling and contraction and muscle contraction physiology.

Dr. Manan Al-Haqbani

 locomotor system

115 MUSC

 

This course includes the study of ventilation physiology, respiratory mechanism, lung function in the case of health and disease, exchange of gas and physiological transport, breathing and the impact of sports on the respiratory system.

Dr. Abdulrahman Al-Hawikan

Respiratory

 

This course includes the study of heart muscle charecrtistics, cardiac cycle, ECG, arrhythmia, heart and puff, venous return and cardiac output, cardiac failure, regulation of blood pressure, turnover and trauma.

Dr. Abeer Al-Masri

Cardiovascular

 

113 CARD

 

This course includes the study of renal function anatomy, glomerular filtration, renal filtration, tube culture, urination physiology, current resistance mechanism of urine concentration, basal metabolic acidic physiology, buffer systems and acid-base disturbance.

Dr. Ahmed Fahim

Renal

114 NEPH

 

This course includes the study of receptors and neuromuscular muscles physiology, spinal cord functions and response, the ascending and descending path, the autonomic nervous system, brain stem functions, sleep and consciousness physiology, senses physiology, the reception of deep sense, the base nodes and the cerebral cortex, speech physiology, Self - regulation of blood flow, aging physiology, reversion of position and lesion of the lower and upper motor neurons.

  Prof. Sultan Miyo

Central Nervous System

 

222 NEURO

 

This course includes general principles of gastrointestinal physiology and nutrition, esophageal motility and physiology of gastroesophageal reflux, gastrointestinal physiology , pancreatic physiology, small intestine and colon, bilirubin metabolism, liver physiology and biliary hepatic circulation, thrombocytopenia and thoracic physiology .

Dr. Hayam Gad

Gastrointestinal & Nutrition

 

223 DIGST

 

This course includes the study of the different functions of the hormones resulting from different characteristics of the anterior endocrine glands and posterior pituitary gland, thyroid gland, adrenal gland, pancreas and genitals. Studies applied aspects such as acromegaly, dwarfism, edema, mucous edema, thyroid poisoning, diabetes, Cushing's syndrome, Addison's disease, edema, etc.

Dr. Khalid Al-Rukaei

Endocrine

 

225 ENDO

 

This course includes the study of the reproduction system of males and females, sexual differences and their development, the work of reproductive hormones, puberty physiology, ovary, uterine cycle, pregnancy physiology and endocrine nervous system control of pregnancy.

Dr. Mohammed Al-Otaibi

Reproduction

 

224 REPRO

 

 

Faculty of Dentistry

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This curriculum was developed to provide dental students with basic knowledge in medical physiology, which include cardiovascular, blood, respiratory, gastrointestinal, nervous, muscular, kidney, endocrine and genetics courses. This course has been planned for one year.

Prof. Sultan Ayoub

 

Dr. Abeer Al-Ghamlas

 

 

faculty of Pharmacy

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This curriculum was developed to provide pharmacy students with basic knowledge in medical physiology, including courses in cells, cardiovascular, blood, nervous, respiratory, and muscle physiology. This curriculum has been planned for one semester.

Dr. Mouath Abdul Karim

 

Dr. Manan Al-Haqbani

  PCOL-215

 

This Curriculum was designed to offer Pharmacy students the basic knowledge in Medical Physiology which includes functions of the Gastrointestinal, Nervous, Renal, Endocrine and reproductive systems. This curriculum was designed to be covered in one complete semester

Dr. Mohammed Al-Otaibi

Dr. Maha Al-Saja

  PCOL-226

 

 

COLLEGE OF MEDICAL AND APPLIED SCIENCE

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This Curriculum was designed to offer Pharmacy students in the college of Medical Applied sciences the basic knowledge in Medical Physiology, which include courses in the Cardiovascular, Nervous, Respiratory, Gastrointestinal, Nervous, Muscle, Renal, Endocrine and Reproductive Physiology. This curriculum was designed to be covered in one complete semester

  CLS-224

 

 

COLLEGE OF NURSING

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This curriculum was designed to provide the I important knowledge in medical physiology to students in the nursing College, which include courses in the  Circulatory, Blood, Respiratory, Gastrointestinal, nerve and muscle, Renal, Endocrine and Reproductive physiology. This curriculum was designed to be covered in one complete semester

  CLS-202

 

 

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