Archive for November, 2010

Why King Farouk, El-Nahas Pasha, Shah of  Iran and Ahmed Ezz need assistance to wear their shoes ..while Obama do not !! .. share us your ideas in the comment.

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Election 2010 Gallery

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Abnormal ECG

A wide varieties of abnormal ECG findings including arrhythmias, infarction and ion imbalance. Click the image to the left for the presentation.

MCQs: Normal ECG

Test your understanding of normal ECG. Again, you can put your answer in the comment along with any quiries. click the following link MCQ Normal ECG.

Endocannabinoids:secrets to be disclosed

What !.. Seminar of Physiology department.

Why !.. to explore a new area of researches and therapeutics

Where !.. Seminar room of physiology department – sixth floor.

When !.. Sunday 05/12/2010 – 10:00 to 11:00 a.m.

Who !.. Dr. Hesham Khairy

How !.. Just come along and feel free to forward this invitation. there will be a coffee break !

MCQs: Heart & Cardiac Muscle

for the first year medical students, have a go with these MCQs regarding the proerties of cardiac muscle. you can put your answer in the comment as (1a,2b,3c,..) along with any quiries you would like to ask about. I’d be pleased to reply you all. Click the following link Properties of Cardiac muscle MCQ

We have a very long history of glorious moments and victories. From this land, the world used to have leaders, scientists and  scholars with immortal fingerprints. I tend to believe that the last 60 year was just a parenthesis in our history. Be yourself and revert to your roots (click the image)

ECG is an easy G

In 1901, William Einthoven, the famous physiologist,  has invented the first electrocardiogram  (ECG) (see image) that enabled him to win The Nobel Prize in 1924. Since then, interpretation of the ECG trace and understanding its normal & abnormal pattern have been considered an efficient diagnostic tool for any physician with any specialty.

This is a presentation for the  1st year medical students. click the image and follow the link.

I’m pleased to introduce my recent publication (Inactivation of Anandamide Signaling: A Continuing Debate).  This is a mini review discussing the debate around the different pathways of terminating the actions of the endocannabinoid anandamide including reuptake and degradation. Click the logo to the left to view and download the review from the free access journal.

What is the anatomy of the heart ! What is the difference between cadiac and skeletal muscle ! What is the properties of cardiac muscle ! Do you know about WPW syndrome, Stokes Adam syndrome and Staircase phenomena

Click on the image to the left that is linked to the full presentation.

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