General medicine, Dental medicine, Physiotherapy

Courses Lectures Practice Exam

aVLBF011 Biophysics (general medicine students)
aZLBF011 Medical physics and informatics (dental medicine students)
aBFFI0121 Biophysics, Informatics I (physiotherapy)

Time schedule for General medicine
Main lecturer: prof. Mornstein
   Wednesdays 11:00-11:50, room A11/114
   Thursdays 13:00-14:50, room A11/114
Time schedule for Dental medicine
Main lecturer: prof. Mornstein
   Fridays 11:00-12:40 room A11,327
Time schedule for Physiotherapy
Main lecturer: prof. Mornstein
   Wednesdays 13:00–15:40 Library of Department of Biophysics, A1
Time schedule for Medical biophysics seminary
Main lecturer: prof. Mornstein
   Mondays 15:00-17:10 Dept. of Biophysics
PowerPoint slides (in aplphabetical order):
Biocybernetics.
Biological membranes and bioelectric phenomena.
Biomolecular and cellular research devices.
Biophysics of breathing. Spirography.
Biophysics of cardiovascular system.
Biophysics of visual perception.
Biosignals. Thermometry.
Devices for electrochemical analysis. Auxiliary laboratory devices.
Devices for substitution and assist of body organs.
Endoscopes, tissue ablation devices and lithotripters.
Introduction to biophysics of receptors. Biophysics of hearing and vestibular sense.
Medical devices: Introduction.
Microscopy.
MRI. Thermography.
Nanomedical devices.
Nuclear Medicice. Radiotherapy.
Occupational Safety When Using Medical Devices.
Physical Therapy.
Radiation Protection and Quality Assessment in XRI.
Safety aspects of air pressure and gravity changes, and ultrasound.
Sensory perception examination and aids.
Structure of living matter.
Structure of matter.
Thermodynamic principles.
Thermodynamics and life.
Ultrasound diagnostics.
X-ray Imaging (XRI).


Optometry

Basic of technology lecture

Basic information


Schedule for groups

Individual schedule for groups


Credits admission requirements

Basic requirement is the full atendance at the lessons. Theoretical knowledges of the principles used methods are continuously controled by oral examination, in case of fundamental ignorance, student can be excluded from a lesson.

For all tasks students must elaborate comprehensive and unique report, these are graded. If are two or more reports graded as "unsuccessful", student cannot write a closing test.

Course is finished by the multiple choice test consisting usually 20 questions, evaluated by 20 points. For successfully mastered test student need at least 10 points.


Individual exercises

    Documents in construction - Procedures being updated

  • How to you use osciloscope
  • Exam

    Examination has two parts: multiple-choice test and oral examination.

    Example of examination test
    Questions