DISTANCE LEARNING 2020

PATHOPHYSIOLOGY

FACULTY OF MEDICINE FOR GROUPS 441-442

17.03, 24.03.2020 - Pathogenic effects of physical factors. Pathology of reactivity.

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MODULE 1

Practical lesson 2: "Pathogenic effects of physical factors - 2h. Pathology of reactivity - 2h."

MATERIALS FOR SELF-PREPARATION:

1. Methodical guide for practical training on the Pathophysiology Module 1 - Topic 2, 4.

2. Literature:

1) General and Clinical Pathophysiology / edited by Anatoly V. Kubyshkin, Anatoly I. Gozhenko. – Third edition. – Vinnytsia : Nova Knyha. – 2017.

  • Topic 2: p. 29-85.
  • Topic 4: p. 209-233.

2) N.V. Krishtal, V.A. Mikhnev, N.N. Zayko et al. ; edited by N.V. Krishtal, V.A. Mikhnev. – 2nd edition, corrected. – Kyiv : AUS Medicine Publishing, 2018.

3) Pathophysiology / N.K.Simeonova.-Kyiv:AUS Medicine Publishing, 2010.

3. Tests for relevant topics in the Methodical guide.

4. Video materials:

Introduction to the immune system

How does your immune system work?

TASKS

Make a summary notes of 2 topics that include such questions:

Topic 2. Pathogenic action of physical factors.

1. The reactivity, definition. Types of reactivity.

2. The dependence of the reactivity on the condition of the body and external factors.

3. The resistance, definition, types, the relationship between reactivity and resistance.

4. Biological barriers, their classification. The value for the body.

5. The complement system and its disorders.

6. Primary immunodeficiencies, their classification, mechanisms and consequences.

7. Secondary immunodeficiency (immunosuppressive) condition, causes and

echanisms of the emergence.

Topic 4. Pathology reactivity. Violations of immunological reactivity.

1. The pathogenic action of mechanical factors and their consequences.

2. The pathogenic effect of thermal factors. Hyperthermia, heat and sunstroke. Scalds, burn disease.

3. Hypothermia. chilblains. The use of the artificial hypothermia in medicine.

4. Types of the ionizing radiation and their properties.

5. Mechanisms of the direct and indirect radiation damage in biological structures.

6. The radiolysis of water and radiotoxins. Mechanisms of damaging effects of the radiation on the cell.

7. Radiation sickness, its basic forms.

8. The pathogenesis of the hematopoietic form of the acute radiation sickness and its syndromes.

9. Natural mechanisms of the radiation protection. Pathophysiological bases of the radioprotection.

10. The pathogenic action of infrared and ultraviolet rays. Photosensitivity.

11. Effects on the body of the high and low atmospheric pressure, the pathogenesis of syndromes of compression and decompression.

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Teacher of the Department Anastasiia Y. Lialina - lialina.anastasiia@gmail.com

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