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Lecture No. 6 sssn Topic: Immunity, factors forming it. General idea of ​​the immune system and its work.

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Lecture No. 6 sssn Topic: Immunity, factors forming it. General idea of ​​the immune system and its work.

  1. Immunity. The immune system
    The combat mission that nature has set before our internal protection is a guarantee of the complete safety of the body, that is, ensuring immunity (from Latin: “liberation”, “getting rid of something”). Immunity is the universal ability of living things to withstand (while maintaining their integrity and biological identity) the action of damaging agents. Thanks to this protective reaction
  2. CELLULAR AND HUMORAL BASES OF THE IMMUNE RESPONSE. PATHOLOGY OF THE IMMUNE SYSTEM. PATHOLOGICAL CONDITIONS OF THE IMMUNE SYSTEM. Hypersensitivity Reactions
    The immune system has developed in humans as a defense mechanism against microbial infections. It provides two forms of immunity: specific and non-specific. A specific immune response protects the body from a specific pathogen. It takes effect when a non-specific immune response is exhausted.
  3. Basic ideas about the structure and functioning of the immune system
    Recognition of aggressive agents in immune defense cannot be based on recording their harmful effects on the body (such protection would be belated). In the process of evolution, another strategy was implemented, which is based on the fact that aggressive agents are foreign to the body. This applies to both pathogens and tumor cells that acquire features.
  4. Subject: The immune system of the human body and its main functions
    The structure and functions of the immune system. Central organs of the immune system: bone marrow, thymus gland, Fabricius bag (in birds). Peripheral organs of the immune system: spleen, lymph nodes and follicles. Age-related features of the immune system. Cells of the immune system. Hematopoietic stem cells. The main cells of the immune system: T- and B-lymphocytes, macrophages (A-cells) and
  5. LECTURE №8 HARDENING. THE IMMUNE SYSTEM
    LECTURE №8 HARDENING. IMMUNE
  6. Lecture No. 5 Topic: Physiology of the human body. Stress, its role in adapting a person to social and labor activities.
    Lecture plan. 1. The structure and function of the nervous regulatory system of the human body. 2. The structure and function of the humoral regulatory system of the human body. 3. The concept of mental health. Criteria and factors determining psycho. health. The concept of stress as a general adaptation syndrome (the doctrine of stress G. Selye). 4. The essence of psychogenic stress and its effect on humans.
  7. Smoking as a risk factor for developing immune system disorders
    First of all, local immunity of the mucous membranes of the upper respiratory tract and gastrointestinal tract suffers from smoking. In smoking adolescents and adults, sIgA level is significantly reduced, and ^ M level is slightly increased compared to that in non-smokers. The decrease in sIgA level depends on the number of cigarettes smoked and is reversible when quitting. With a longer smoking experience with a large
  8. Immunity, its types. Features of immunity at an early age. Allergy and anaphylaxis. Measures for the prevention of infectious diseases in institutions.
    Immunity - the body's immunity to the causative agents of any disease: 1. Natural: * Congenital - inherited; * Acquired - produced as a result of illness, produces its own antibodies; 2. Artificial: * Active - use of vaccines (ready-made antibodies); * Passive - injected serum, which is made from the patient’s blood plasma
  9. Educational research work

    . Introduction to immunology. The structure and functional organization of the immune system, 2011
    UIRS on immunology Volgograd State Medical University. Russia, year 2011, 36 pages List of titles: History of the development of immunology as a science. The subject and objectives of immunology. Advances in immunology. The structure and role of the bone marrow in the activity of the immunology of the system. The structure and role of the thymus in the activity of the immune system. The structure and role of the spleen in
  10. Abstract. Immunity of the child's body. Immune relationship of mother and fetus., 2009
    Introduction 1 Immunity …………………………………………………………………… .4 Age-specific features of children's immunity Critical periods of development of immunobiological reactivity Increased child immunity Immune relation of mother and fetus Conclusion
  11. General understanding of science
    The concept of "science" is quite ambiguous. Firstly, science is understood as a special sphere of human activity, the main function of which is the development of knowledge about the world, its systematization, on the basis of which it is possible to build an image of the world (the so-called scientific picture of the world) and build ways of interacting with the world (scientifically based practice). In this sense, we use the concept of “science,” saying
  12. GENERAL REPORT ON SCIENCE
    In general, science is understood as the sphere of human activity, the main function of which is the generation of knowledge about the world, its systematization, on the basis of which it is possible to build an image of the world (the so-called scientific picture of the world) and to build ways of interacting with the world (scientifically based practice). The "body" of science is constituted by laws - open, stable connections between phenomena, - the wording of which
  13. General idea of ​​the profession
    For starters, it’s useful to figure out what is generally considered a “profession." The famous psychologist E. A. Klimov examines various aspects of the concept of “profession” (Klimov, 1996. - pp. 145-205): 1. Profession as a community of people who deal with similar problems and lead approximately the same lifestyle (it is known that the profession is still leaves its “imprint” on a person’s entire life).
  14. General idea of ​​the profession “psychologist”
    The choice of a particular psychological profession presupposes a pronounced humanitarian orientation (orientation to a person with his problems), while many other professions also allow more pragmatic orientations associated with making money, with the production of some goods, with the creation of some objects. But it is psychologists along with representatives of other humanitarian-oriented
  15. GENERAL REPRESENTATION OF THE PROFESSIONAL PSYCHOLOGIST
    GENERAL REPRESENTATION OF THE PROFESSION
  16. Understanding Group Psychotherapy
    In the proper sense of the word, researchers refer the emergence of group psychotherapy to 1904-1905, linking this moment with the medical activities of I. V. Vyazemsky (Russia) and J. Pratt (USA). The first attempt to give a scientific and theoretical explanation of the healing processes in the group should be considered the theory of “animal magnetism” by Franz-Anton Mesmer, an Austrian doctor who practiced
  17. General idea of ​​personality development in the profession
    A.K. Markova distinguishes: 1) a model of an existing specialist and 2) a model of specialist training (based on an analysis of the educational activities of future specialists and their orientation on the model of a ready-made specialist). When describing the model of a ready-made specialist, the following stand out: a model of a specialist’s activity, as well as a model of a specialist’s personality. One of the most acute problems in compiling a “model
  18. Topic: Humoral immunity
    Identification of antibodies. Methods for the determination of immune complexes. Quantification Methods
  19. General idea of ​​applied psychology and psychological practice
    Psychological problems permeate our whole life, that is, a psychologist can find application in almost all spheres of human life and not only humans (as you know, psychologists study the lives of animals, birds, fish, microorganisms, holistic ecological systems, etc.). But here immediately questions arise: who determines what problems a psychologist should deal with, and which
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