Please find the roadmap attached in the attachments (Roadmap to Medisinsk Teknologisk VO.doc)
Your final exam will be either thursday 3rd or friday 4th of december. (Oral exam). This will count for 60% of your final mark, together with your mid-term exam (40%). Please feel free to send me an email and tell me what date you prefer for your final exam. (Use firstname.lastname@example.org)
If you want to know your mid-term result, send an email to email@example.com and give him your candidate number. He will respond with your result in a separate e-mail. If you don't want to give him your name, please let me know and we will arrange an anonymous handover of the result.
NOTE! We have calculated a score for each question ranging from 0-4 where 4 is the best. The sum of all the questions decided which mark you've got, but we will also bring your final score into the discussion after your final exam, not the mark alone.
Note that in addition to lecture 9 I've uploaded a powerpoint from University of South Carolina (Anesthesia Machine Medical University of South Carolina.pdf).
Remember to answer all the questions in the exam and use your time efficiently, you don't have time to waste. Good luck on the mid-term exam everybody!
Q1: Why do they need to know the mean arterial pressure?
A1: Because that's the best measurement of the perfusion of the body. For most practical purposes, the skilled clinician will know how to calculate an estimate of the mean-pressure based on systolic and diastolic pressure
Q2: Will repolarization occur in the opposite direction of the depolarization?
A2: Yes, in fact the repolarization will occur in the opposite direction but also with an opposite sign of the change in voltage. The first tissue that depolarizes will be the last to repolarize. Why? Because of different duration of the action potential, which is a result of different numbers of K+ gates in the cell membrane.
The repetition slides from the last lecture is now available, password-protected with the regular password.
Due to a meeting collision there will be no lecture on monday 21st of September. Next lecture will be on tuesday 22nd of September, which will be the final repetition before the mid-term exam.
Lecture 3 & 4 are now available in the attachment-folder with the same password as the previous lectures.
Due to a special situation, there will be no lecture tomorrow, tuesday the 24th of August!
Please find the first lecture in the Attachments-folder. It is password-protected, send me an email on: firstname.lastname@example.org and I will send you the password back.
Note: As I said in today's lecture, there will be no lecture tomorrow (Tuesday)
Welcome to the first lecture in FYS 4250, monday 17.08.2015 at 14.15. More information about this course will follow in the first lecture.