Specialization – Physiology


Knowledge, experience and skills in:

  • the general content of training for Sections B and C
  • the basics of physics, physical chemistry, biochemistry, mathematics and biostatistics including data processing, as well as anatomy, histology, and cytology
  • the physiology of the blood, heart and circulatory and respiratory physiology of metabolism, the energy and heat balance, nutrition and digestion of electrolyte and water balance and the endocrine system and the homeostatic mechanisms and regulations
  • the physiology of the peripheral nerves and the receptors of the muscle, the central nervous system, and the autonomic nervous system
  • the physiology of the sense organs
  • the physiology of physical and mental performance in all stages of life
  • the electrophysiological methods to study the properties of the central nervous system and the neural and muscular elements
  • the methods of the cardiovascular and respiratory physiology
  • the methods of exercise physiology
  • the animal experimental techniques

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