Medical-First Year

  1. Microbiology (Year-First, Semester- First, 30 Hours) this course includes the following items:
  • Molecular cell biology ( Introduction)
  • From molecules to cc
  • Instrumentation with special reference to electronic microscope molecular organization of plasma
  • Cellular differentiation and specialization
  • Molecular biology of the nucleus
  • Cell organelles
  • Cell division
  • Seminar
  • Cellular aging
  • Non- living inclusion of the cell
  • Molecular genetics (introduction)
  • Linkage sex- linked inheritance
  • The molecular structure of gene
  • The molecular structure of gene code
  • Exam

 

 

  1. Microbiology (Year-First, Semester-Second, 30 Hours) this course includes the following items:
  • The molecular basis of crossing over
  • DNA structure- enzyme involved in replication
  • Mutation types (molecular basis of mutation)
  • Genetic control of metabolism
  • Introduction of genetic engineering
  • Trans formation, transduction and conjugation
  • Preparation of recombinant DAN
  • Seminar
  • Gene cloning technique- application
  • Primary tissue
  • Connective tissue
  • Specialized tissue
  • Muscular tissue
  • Nervous tissue
  • Exam
  1. Principles of medicine (Year-First, Semester-First, 15 Hours) this course includes the following items:
  • Historical review about development of medicine, Islamic and Western medicine, Contemporary history of health services in Iraq
  • Health and related items, Definition of health
  • disease & public health
  • Ecology of health
  • Measuring population health
  • Prevention & levels of prevention,
  • , Natural history of disease,
  • Health & medical care
  • Health care system in Iraq
  • Environmental health: relevance & scope sanitation
  • Water & related diseases
  • Air pollution & health
  • Environment of work
  • Occupational risks associated with the job of physicians
  • Exam
  1. Principles of medicine (Year-First, Semester-Second, 15 Hours) this course includes the following items:
  • Terminology
  • Pathological terms
  • Affixes, prefixes and suffixes
  • First aids, definition, applications
  • Precautions to first aider
  • Bleeding, epistaxis
  • Fracture, sprains and strains
  • Eye injury, foreign body in the eye
  • Poisoning, intoxication
  • Burns scalds
  • Diabetes, hypoglycemia
  • Chest perforations
  • Choking, suffocation
  • Drowning, Snake and spider bites
  • Exam
  1. Physiology (Year-First, Semester-First, 15 Hours) this course includes the following items:
  • Plasma membrane, cytoplasm and its organelles
  • Nucleus and its function. Functions of other organelles
  • Fluid compartment. Extracellular and Intracellular fluids
  • Water and electrolyte balance.
  • Edema
  • General classification of the muscles
  • Skeletal muscle
  • Cardiac muscle,.
  • Smooth muscle
  • General organization of nervous system
  • Sympathetic nervous system
  • Parasympathetic nervous system
  • Enteric nervous system
  • Neurotransmitters
  • Exam
  1. Physiology (Year-First, Semester-Second, 15 Hours) this course includes the following items:
  • GIT anatomy
  • General principles of GIT physiology
  • Saliva and swallowing
  • Stomach motility
  • Stomach secretion
  • Small intestine motility
  • Small intestine secretion
  • Small intestine hormonal control
  • Large intestine motility
  • Large intestine secretion
  • Pancreas and Pancreatic secretions
  • Control of pancreatic secretion
  • Liver and bile. Biliary secretion and it`s control
  • Overview of the System
  • Exam
  1. Medical physic (Year-First, Semester-First, 30 Hours) this course includes the following items:
  • Terminology, Modeling, measurement
  • Definition of some Terminology and how to make a full diagnose
  • Forces on and in the human body.
  • Dynamics Centrifuge.
  • Sedimentation velocity.
  • Energy, work of the body.
  • Power of the body.
  • Pressure: measurement of pressure in the body.
  • Mid examination
  • The physics of lung and breathing function of lung. part 1
  • The physics of lung and breathing function of lung. part 2
  • Physics of the skeleton. Part 1
  • Physics of the skeleton. Part 2
  • Elastic properties of biological materials
  • Heat and cold in medicine
  1. Medical physic- Practical (Year-First, Semester-First, 30 Hours) this course includes the following items:
  • How to write a report in practical physics
  • A Simple pendulum
  • Pulmonary function tests
  • Pulmonary function tests (pressure)
  • Flow of water through a capillary tube to deduce the viscosity of water
  • Variation of the resistance of a wire with temperature and measurement of its temperature coefficient. Part 1
  • Variation of the resistance of a wire with temperature and measurement of its temperature coefficient. Part 2
  • A Surface tension of water by the capillary tube method.
  • Blood pressure
  • Determination of the speed of sound using a resonance tube (using a set of tuning forks)
  • Behavior of: capacitor b. inductance toward A. C. & D. C
  • Behavior of: Inductance toward A. C. & D. C
  • Behavior of: resistance   toward A. C. & D. C
  • Spiral spring
  • Exam
  1. Medical physic (Year-First, Semester-Second, 30 Hours) this course includes the following items:
  • Electricity within the body
  • Electrical activity of the heart
  • Electric signals from the brain
  • Cardiovascular Instrumentation
  • Sound in medicine
  • Ultrasonic sound
  • Light in medicine
  • The eye and vision
  • Laser
  • Atomic structure
  • Mid team
  • Physics of nuclear medicine
  • Physics of radiation therapy protection
  • Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI)
  • Computed tomography (CT) scan
  1. Medical physic- Practical (Year-First, Semester-Second, 30 Hours) this course includes the following items:
  • Using laser beam to study single-slit &circular hole diffraction.
  • Focal length of a diverging lens using a converging lens.
  • Use of a spectrometer to measure the refractive index of the glass of prism
  • Use of a spectrometer to measure the dispersive power of glass
  • Polarization of light using the polarimeter.
  • Visual evoked potential (VEP).
  • Focal length of a converging lens using plane mirror; Snellen chart to test vision.
  • Focal length of a converging lens by graphical method.
  • Measurement of the wave length of sodium light using a diffraction grating.
  • Refractive index of glass and liquid by real and apparent depth using a traveling microscope.
  • Studying the reflection &refraction using laser beam
  • Erythrocyte sedimentation rate (ESR).
  • Scattering of beta particles by solids absorption in aluminum
  • Review
  • Exam
  1. Chemistry (Year-First, Semester-First, 30 Hours) this course includes the following items:
  • Radioactivity
  • Osmosis and osmotic pressure
  • Aqueous solutions, solubility
  • Concentrations of solutions
  • The international system of units
  • Acid and bases. pH buffer acid – base balance in blood
  • Reactions rate, activation energy, chemical equilibrium
  • Organic chemistry. Hyperdization, double and triple bonds, Resonance
  • Alkane, Alkene, Alkyne, geometric isomers, importance in living systems
  • Aromatic compounds
  • Stereoisomers
  • Alcohols
  • Phenols and Ethers
  • Aldehydes and Ketones
  • Carboxylic acid and esters
  • Exam
  1. Chemistry- Practical (Year-First, Semester-First, 30 Hours) this course includes the following items:
  • Safety rule in chemical lab
  • Tools and equipment
  • Solutions and methods of expressing concentrations
  • Solution and methods of expressing concentrations
  • Preparation the buffer solutions
  • Preparation the buffer solutions
  • Detection of the cation and anion in solutions
  • Detection of the cation and anion in solutions
  • Determination the concentration of the solutions. (titration) Mohr method.
  • Determination the concentration of the solutions. (titration) fajan method
  • Determination the concentration of the solutions. (titration) Volhard method
  • Spectrophotometric analysis
  • Detection about alkaloids, phenol, tannins
  • Detection about flavonoids and other natural products that used as antibiotics
  • Exam
  1. Chemistry (Year-First, Semester-Second, 30 Hours) this course includes the following items:
  • Alkaloids and heterocyclic compounds
  • Carbohydrate
  • Carbohydrate
  • lipids
  • lipids
  • Amino acid
  • Proteins
  • Proteins
  • Enzymes
  • Enzymes
  • Hormones
  • Hormones
  • Nucleic acid
  • Vitamins
  • Exam
  1. Chemistry- Practical (Year-First, Semester-Second, 30 Hours) this course includes the following items:
  • General test about carbohydrate
  • Detection about polysaccharide
  • Detection about reducing sugar.
  • Detection about mono or disaccharides sugar
  • Detection about aldoses or ketoses group in sugar
  • Solubility tests.
  • Acrolein test.
  • Emulsification Test.
  • Saponification test.
  • Halogenation Test.
  • Color reaction of cholesterol.
  • Precipitation of proteins
  • Color reaction of proteins (Bureit’s reagents).
  • Color reaction of amino acid ( Ninhydrine )
  • Specific reaction use to identify of side chain (R groups) of amino acid.
  • Exam
  1. English (Year-First, Semester-First, 15 Hours) this course includes the following items:
  • Active & passive verbs
  • Prefixes & suffixes
  • Prefixes & suffixes
  • Sentences building
  • Compound adjectives
  • The anatomical positions
  • Relationship between statement
  • Guiding writing
  • Listening
  • Listening
  • Listening
  • Medical terminology
  • Medical terminology
  • Medical terminology
  • Exam
  1. English (Year-First, Semester-Second, 15 Hours) this course includes the following items:
  • Medical terminology
  • Medical terminology
  • Analysis in to list
  • Commands
  • Easy writing
  • Extension exercises
  • Communication skills
  • Working in team
  • Explaining & reassuring
  • Free reading
  • Use of language
  • The present participle & past participle as modifiers
  • Working in team
  • Seminar
  • Exam
  1. Computer (Year-First, Semester-First, 15 Hours) this course includes the following items:
  • Basic Introduction to computer
  • Computer components: Hardware components
  • Computer components: Software components
  • Advantages and Disadvantages of Using Computers
  • Windows
  • Exam
  • Microsoft word
  • Microsoft Excel
  • Microsoft Power point
  • Exam
  1. Computer (Year-First, Semester-Second, 15 Hours) this course includes the following items:
  • Introduction to internet
  • Search the internet
  • Networks basics
  • Types of networks
  • Network topology
  • Exam
  • E-mail
  • Number system operations
  • Protocols
  • Front page
  • Seminar
  • Exam
  1. Arabic Language (Year-First, Semester-First, 15 Hours)
  2. Arabic Language (Year-First, Semester-Second, 15 Hours)
  3. Human rights (Year-First, Semester-First, 30 Hours)
  4. Human rights (Year-First, Semester-Second, 30 Hours)