Vascular physiology encompasses the biophysical principles that explain fluid mechanics within blood vessels. The constant delivery of blood and oxygenation of tissues requires a rapid and efficient flow through the generation of pressure differentials, as well as prompt collection and return of blood to the cardiac pump. This is achieved in human beings with a closed circulatory circuit.
In this course, the student will be introduced to the physiology of arterial and venous blood pressure, the immediate and delayed regulatory mechanism of blood pressure, the vascular response to exercise, and finally the circulation in the brain, heart, and skin.
For optimal comprehension, the student must have a preliminary understanding of molecular and cellular biology, emphasizing biochemistry, and the histology of blood vessels and their types. Acquaintance with the generalities of fluid mechanics is encouraged.
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Great course A very important indeed I wandered how to improve the walls of a vessel and important spots like an aorta first example and IVC Carotid arteries which does really important arterial blood supply to the brain vertebral arteries which are play really important role I mean a lot of things we can think off . How to avoid for instance brain haemorrhages or aortic dissection and how to manage hypertension IC or IOP and BP . CVP . Etc