1.Microbiology2. Pathology3.Biochemistry 4.Physiology 5.Spinal Anatomy 6.General Anatomy Please note to eliminate abuse of sharing accounts, account times are monitored and limited to 40 hours of use. PLEASE REMEMBER TO LOG OFF WHEN NOT WATCHING VIDEOS. TIME SPENT LOGGED IN TO

This course includes lessons for the below. Overview of Microbiology Organs of the immune system, Specific vs Non-specific immunity, Major Cell Types of the Immune System and Immune System MediatorsImmunoglobulins, Hypersensitivity Reactions, Active vs Passive ImmunityStains and Growth Mediums, Lab Tests,

Apoptosis vs Necrosis, Types of Necrosis, How cellsadapt to stress, Benign vs Malignant Neoplasms andAcute InflammationGenetic and Pediatric Disorders and Blood VesselDisordersHeart Disorders, Blood Disorders and Primary/AcquiredImmunodeficienciesPulmonary Disorders and PneumoconiosesKidney Disorders, GI Disorders, Liver and GallbladderDisorders and Pancreas DisordersUrogenital Disorders,

Overview of BiochemistryFunction and Types of EnzymesWater Soluble Vitamins, Fat Soluble Vitamins, andMineralsProteins. Amino acids, Derivatives of Tyrosine andTryptophan, Protein Structures and Collagen TypesCarbohydrates. Monosaccharides, Disaccharides,Polysaccharides, GlycosaminoglycansLipids. Saturated/Unsaturated, Phospholipids,Sphingolipids, Cholesterol, Ketones, Steroids andLipoproteinsMetabolic Pathways Part 1- Glycolysis, Gluconeogenesis,Glycogenesis, Glyogenolysis,Metabolic Pathways

Cardiac Physiology- ECG, Transmission of the electricalImpulse, Cardiac Cycle and Blood VesselsControl of Respiration, Lung Volumes and Capacities,Lung Histology, Oxygen Transport, Bohr Effect, CarbonDioxide Transport, the Haldane Effect, RespiratoryAcidosis/Alkalosis and Lung Pressures and Air movementSmooth Muscle Contraction, Skeletal Muscle Contractionand

Embryology- Germ layers, Brachial Arches and Pouches,Primary and Secondary VessiclesGlial cells, Neurons, Types of nerve fibers and coveringsand the Action PotentialOverview of the Nervous System, Lobes of the CerebralCortex, Basal Ganglia, The Limbic System and theCerebellumSinus Drainage, CSF Circulation, Blood

General Anatomy Skin layers and types of epithelium, Anatomy of the head(Bones of the skull, nose, tonsils, tongue, jaw and teeth) andAnatomy of the neck (Laryngeal Skeleton and Triangles ofthe neck)Anatomy of the Thorax- Superior/Inferior Thoracicapertures, Diaphragm, Muscles of the Thorax,

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