Biological and Health Sciences (265 Video Lectures in 64 GB USB Stick)

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NPTEL Video Lectures in Biological and Health Sciences

Total Courses: 6

  1. Anatomy
  2. Biochemistry
  3. Microbiology
  4. Pathology
  5. Pharmacology
  6. Physiology

Total Video Lectures: 265

Total Size: 39 GB

Anatomy (41 Lectures)

  1. Kidney
  2. Hip Joint
  3. Knee joint
  4. Brachial Plexus
  5. Tongue
  6. Caecum and appendix
  7. Thyroid gland
  8. Pharynx
  9. Sciatic nerve
  10. Prostate Gland
  11. Coronary circulation
  12. Median Nerve
  13. Mediastinum Part I
  14. Mediastinum Part II
  15. Middle ear
  16. Arches of foot
  17. Lungs
  18. Radial nerve
  19. Duodenum
  20. Shoulder joint
  21. Testis & Spermatic cord
  22. Popliteal fossa
  23. Pericardium
  24. Gross anatomy of liver
  25. Portal vein
  26. Soft palate
  27. Submandibular gland
  28. Anterior triangle of neck
  29. Ischioanal fossa
  30. Gross anatomy of heart
  31. Mammary gland
  32. Stomach
  33. Inguinal canal
  34. Pancreas
  35. Parotid gland
  36. Dural folds Venous sinuses
  37. Larynx
  38. Venous drainage LL
  39. Uterus
  40. Palmar spaces
  41. Lateral wall of nose

Biochemistry (53 Lectures)

  1. The active site of enzymes (Active site)
  2. Mechanism of enzyme action
  3. Applications and importance of factors affecting enzyme action
  4. Coenzymes and cofactors
  5. Types of enzymes
  6. Zymogens
  7. Isoenzymes
  8. Role of enzymes in IEM
  9. Epigenetics
  10. Post translational modifications
  11. Clinical applications of enzyme inhibition
  12. understanding structural organization of protiens as a basis for understanding its function
  13. Plasma protiens in health and disease
  14. Immunoglobilins
  15. Ammonia detoxification
  16. Sources of Ammonia
  17. Disorders of ammonia metabolism
  18. Overview of metabolism of sulfur conaining amino acids
  19. Associated inborn errors of sulfur containing amino acid metabolism
  20. Overview of neurotransmitter metabolism with emphasis on myasthenia gravis and Parkinson's disease
  21. Porphyria
  22. heme containing compunds
  23. heme synthesis
  24. Application of structural knowledge of hemoglobin in understanding the genetics and pathogenesis of major hemoglobinopathies
  25. Catabolism of heme
  26. Formation & fate of bilibrium
  27. Bilibrium formation
  28. Jaundice: A introduction classification and causes of each type with emphasis on physiologic jaundice
  29. Biochemical basis for jaundice
  30. Investigations for differential diagnosis of jaundice
  31. Alcohol metabolism
  32. Biochemical basis for consequences of acute alcohol intoxication
  33. Carbohydrate absorption, enzymes involved, glycemic index and factors affecting absorption
  34. Glucose transporters and disorders
  35. Regulation of blood glucose
  36. Fate of absorbed glucose preferantil use of glucose in feed and fasting condition
  37. Screening, diagnosis & monitoring of diabetes mellitus newer markers
  38. Lipoprotein structure, chemistry and functions
  39. LDL receptors and metabolism; Lp(a)
  40. Biochemistry of atherosclerosis
  41. Role of mitochondria in lipid metabolism
  42. Cholesterol important aspects of its structure and biochemical functions
  43. Extended lipid profile L1
  44. Extended lipid profile L2
  45. Digestion and absorption of lipids
  46. Inborn errors of lipid metabolism (Lipid storage, lysosomal, oxidation disorders)
  47. Biochemistry of lipid lowering drugs
  48. VLDL, fatty liver & lipotropic factors
  49. Understanding ketosis: Conditions predisposing to ketone body formation and their significance
  50. Sweets are fattening: The carbohydrate to fat link
  51. Adipose tissue metabolism
  52. Dysregulation of lipid metabolism in diabetes mellitus
  53. Hyperlipoproteinemias

Microbiology (58 Lectures)

  1. Introduction to the course
  2. Introduction to pathogenic Bacteria and their Laboratory Diagnosis (Direct Methods)
  3. Immunology in the diagnosis of Bacterial diseases & Molecular diagnosis. (Indirect Methods)
  4. Introduction to pathogenic Viruses and their Laboratory Diagnosiss
  5. Introduction to pathogenic Fungi and their Laboratory diagnosis
  6. Introduction to Medically important Parasitesand their Laboratory Diagnosis
  7. Superficial Infections
  8. Gas Gangrene
  9. Anthrax
  10. Superficial Mycoses
  11. Superficial & Subcutaneous Mycoses
  12. Actinomycosis
  13. Leprosy
  14. Viral Infections of the skin
  15. Upper Respiratory Tract infections (URTI)
  16. Diphtheria
  17. Whooping Cough
  18. Viral URTI
  19. Community acquired pneumonia
  20. Atypical Pneumonia
  21. Fungi causing Pulmonary Mycoses
  22. Tuberculosis
  23. Non-Tubercular Mycobacteria
  24. Diarrhea
  25. Viral Diarrhea
  26. Cholera
  27. Bacillary Dysentery
  28. Protozoal Dysentery
  29. Intestinal Protozoa causing diarrhea
  30. Intestinal Sporozoa
  31. Parasitic infestations: Intestinal Nematodes
  32. Parasitic infestations: Intestinal Nematodes Part 2
  33. Parasitic infestations: Cestodes
  34. Food Poisoning
  35. Urinary Tract Infection
  36. Urethritis - Gonorrhoea
  37. Non-Gonococcal Urethritis (NGU)
  38. Genital Ulcers & other Genital tract infections
  39. Viral STD:HIV
  40. Acute Hepatitis
  41. Chronic Hepatitis
  42. Meningitis
  43. Chronic meningitis
  44. Encephalitis
  45. Acute Flaccid Paralysis
  46. Brain abscess
  47. Parasites infecting the CNS
  48. Bacterial Toxins affecting the Nervous system
  49. Other Viral CNS infections
  50. PUO Typhoid and Paratyphoid fevers
  51. Brucellosis, Leptospirosis
  52. Rickettsialinfections
  53. Viral fevers
  54. Malaria
  55. Filariasis
  56. Hospital Acquired Infections (HAI)
  57. Prevention of HAI
  58. Biomedical Waste its Management

Pathology (46 Lectures)

  1. Cell Adaptations - Adapt to survive 1.2
  2. Differentiation and altered differentiation 1.3
  3. Necrosis 1.4
  4. Apoptosis 1.5
  5. Intracellular accumulations 1.6
  6. Inflammation-1 2.1
  7. Inflammation-2 2.2
  8. Inflammation-3 2.3
  9. Chemical mediators of inflammation 2.4 & 2.5
  10. Patterns of acute inflammation 2.6
  11. Granulomatous inflammation 2.7
  12. Cell cycle 3.1
  13. Wound healing 3.2
  14. Factors affecting wound healing and common complications 3.3
  15. Fracture healing 3.4
  16. Edema 4.1
  17. Hyperemia and Congestion 4.2
  18. Embolism-1 4.3
  19. Embolism-2 4.4
  20. Infarction 4.5
  21. Shock 4.6
  22. Prenatal diagnosis of genetic conditions 5.1
  23. Genetic counseling 5.2
  24. Patterns of inheritance 5.3
  25. Genetic testing 5.4
  26. Genetic basis of cancer and familial cancers 5.5
  27. Approach to a dysmorphic child 5.6
  28. Diseases of the immune system 6.1
  29. Hypersensitivity reactions 6.2
  30. Autoimmunity 6.3
  31. Systemic Lupus Erythematosus S L E 6.4
  32. Rejections of tissue transplants 6.5
  33. Immunodeficiency : HIV & AIDS 6.6 & 6.7
  34. Amyloidosis 6.8
  35. Tuberculosis 7.1 & 7.2
  36. Leprosy 7.3
  37. Neoplasia-1 Properties of cancers 8.1
  38. Neoplasia-2 Cancer epidemiology 8.2
  39. Neoplasia-3 Cancer genes 8.3
  40. Neoplasia-4 Hallmarks of cancer 8.4
  41. Neoplasia-5 Tumor suppressor genes, viral oncogenesis 8.5
  42. Neoplasia-6 Sustained angiogenesis, invasion and metastasis 8.6
  43. Neoplasia-7 Tumor immunity, genomic instability and cancer 8.7
  44. Neoplasia-8 Clinical aspects of neoplasia 8.8
  45. Diabetes Mellitus 9.1
  46. Diabetes Mellitus - Clinical features 9.2

Pharmacology (33 Lectures)

  1. Drugs used in Asthma
  2. Constipation
  3. Diarrhea and constipation
  4. Glaucoma
  5. Myasthenia gravis
  6. Emetics and anti-emetics
  7. How Drug Act?
  8. Drugs used in Peptic ulcer disease
  9. Drugs used in Asthma
  10. Analgesics and anti-inflammatory agents
  11. Bioavailablity and Bioequivalenlence
  12. Analgesics and antiinflammatory agents_12-11-18
  13. Uterotonics and Tocolytics
  14. Uterotonics contd.
  15. Antimuscarinic drugs
  16. Drug abuse and drug dependence
  17. Cancer Chemotherapy Principles and Practice
  18. Pharmacology of Beta Blockers
  19. Autocoids
  20. Local anesthetics
  21. Pharmacokinetics:Biotransformation and eliminaton
  22. Adrenaline and other sympathomimetics
  23. Contraceptive agents
  24. Pharmacotherapy in glaucoma
  25. Anti-Epileptic Drugs
  26. Anti-Hypertensive agents
  27. Anticoagulants
  28. Antiplatelet drugs
  29. Thrombolytics
  30. Pharmacokinetics:Absorbtion and distribution
  31. Alzheimer's Disease and Drug Therapy
  32. Corticosteroids
  33. Drug Therapy of Parasitic Infestations

Physiology (33 Lectures)

  1. The Cell Membrane: lipids
  2. The Cell Membrane: Proteins
  3. Membrane Transport: Ion channels part 1
  4. Membrane Transport: Ion channels part 2
  5. Membrane Transport: Facilitated diffusion
  6. Membrane transport: Secondary active transporters
  7. Membrane Transport: Secondary active transporters and ABC transporters
  8. Cell signaling mechanisms part I
  9. Cell signaling mechanisms part II
  10. Cell signaling mechanisms part III
  11. Cell signaling mechanisms part IV
  12. Cell signaling mechanisms part V
  13. Cell signaling VI ionotropic receptors
  14. Donnan effect and equilibrium
  15. Membrane potential
  16. Action potential part 1
  17. Action potential part 2
  18. Calcium transporters
  19. Cardiac action potentials
  20. Body fluids
  21. Osmosis
  22. Oedema
  23. Introduction and sources of acid
  24. Chemical Fundamentals
  25. Buffering of carbon dioxide in venous blood
  26. Buffering of fixed acids
  27. Role of kidneys
  28. Overview of acid-base disorders
  29. Metabolic acidosis
  30. Metabolic acidosis - renal tubular acidosis
  31. Metabolic alkalosis
  32. Respiratory alkalosis
  33. Respiratory acidosis
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