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Human Medical Physiology 2024


An Easy Guide to Learning the Physiology of the Human Body

Courses to get you started

What you'll learn

  • What is physiology
  • Basis of the cell physiology
  • Red blood corpuscles (Rbcs) ( Erythrocytes)
  • Hypoproteinemia:


  • No equirements or prerequisites for taking this course.

What is Physiology?

Physiology means the study of the normal functions of the living healthy tissues.

Disease = Deviation from the normal.

Medicine: It is the art and skills of preventing diseases. It is the science that deals with all aspects of diseases including causes, effects on body organs, diagnosis, prevention and treatment.

Medical physiology: It is the study of:

- Normal functions of organs and systems in the body.

- Derangement of functions.

- Mechanism of action and regulation of vital activities in normal and abnormal states.

- The mechanism of production of disease

- The bases of treatment of functional derangement.

Applied physiology: It is the physiology applied to a certain specialty of medicine e.g. sport medicine cardiology, ophthalmology, ect.

The characteristics of living things are:

1) Growth: Organism gets bigger:

2)Reproduction: To ensure the continuation of species.

3) Excitability: the ability of an organism to respond to a stimulus,

4) Movement:the ability to change position.

5) Absorption and Excretion:

6) Metabolism:All the chemical reactions:

a) (anabolism): A constructive process.                              b) (catabolism): Adestructive process

7) Respiration: The intake of oxygen into the cell and the release of carbon dioxide from the cell

Basis of the cell physiology

Structure of the cell

Composition of blood

Who this course is for:

  • This course is for learners and professionals who want to be aware and know more about physiology.

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