Medical Physiology is designed to help students acquire a useful knowledge of the different organs and organ systems, the mechanism by which these functions are brought about, the control and regulation of these activities and the common functional disorders that arise due to diseases and other abnormalities. Knowledge of these functions and their regulation and control are reinforced with laboratory experiments.
Formal lectures, workshop discussions and clinical correlation from the didactic part of the course. Laboratory experiments are followed by discussions of results during the workshop-conference period. Towards the end of the school year, case discussions are conducted. This activity aims to develop the ability of the students to integrate the knowledge they have gained in preparation for their second year subjects. As laboratory aids, we make use of the polygraph, electronic stimulator, spirometer, ECG machine, audiometer, and microscope among others.
ELINOR GUMILA-BARTOLOME, M.D.
FRONT ROW: (L-R)
Gloria A. Roque, M.D., Elinor Gumila-Bartolome, M.D., Gloria Marie M. Valerio, M.D., Myla Custodio, M.D.
SECOND ROW: (L-R)
Felipe C. Barbon, M.D., Nela C. Porciuncula, M.D., Lucila R. Paglinawan, RMT
LAST ROW: (L-R)
Rodel Roperez (Laboratory Technician), Ernesto F. dela Cerna, M.D.