Syllabus (Physiology-II)


Total Lecture: 200 Hrs

Exam time: 3 Hrs.            

                                                           Total marks: 200

                                                                                                Written: 100

                                                                                     Oral / Practical: 50

                                                                                                Sessional: 50

Muscle Physiology:

  • Gross and Microscopic
  • Structure and function of Muscle tissue – skeletal and cardiac.
  • Chemical processes involved in muscle contraction.
  • Physiology of muscle contraction.

Physiology of exercise and work:

  • Neuromuscular activity, human movement, physiological mechanism in movement behavior, strength, endurance, analysis of movement.
  • Circulatory and respiratory response to exercise including effects on the heart blood circulation, body fluid changes, pulmonary ventilation, gas exchange and transport, etc.
  • Effects of exercise and work on other body functions.
  • Metabolic and environmental aspects of exercise and work – metabolism, energy requirement, efficiency of muscular work, nutritional aspects, heat and body temperature regulation & environmental factors.
  • Effects of Exercise training – endurance, fatigue and recovery.
  • Fitness and health – age, sex, body type, race, stress and medical aspects of exercise.

Physiology practical

To study the following Physiological Phenomena:

  1. Identification of blood cells and different counts (W.B.C. & R.B.C. Count, Hemoglobin percentage and colour index).
  1. S.R. and Blood groups.
  2. Bleeding time and clotting time.
  3. Respiratory efficiency tests.
  4. Artificial respiration and C.P.R.
  5. Pulse rate, Heart rate and measurement of Blood Pressure.
  6. Respiratory rate and Auscultation.
  7. Normal E.C.G.
  8. Reflexes- Superficial & Deep.
  9. Sensations & Motor function.
  10. Tests for functions of Cerebrum.
  11. Tests for functions of Cerebellum.

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