The lecture „X-rays: Sources and Spectra“ is aimed to explain X-ray origin, their energy spectra (line and continuous), their interactions with matter, radiation attenuation and properties of X-rays important for medical applications.
The lecture „Radioactivity III“ is aimed to explain gamma decay, interaction of gamma rays with matter, energy spectra, radiation attenuation, and protection against radiation.
The lecture „Radioactivity II“ is aimed to explain alpha and beta decays, interaction of these particles with matter, energy spectra and range of particles, protection against radiation.
The lecture „Structure of Matter From Biophysical Point of View“ is aimed to give a brief introduction to some applications of physics at microscopic level in medicine. It explains the fundamental problem of science, gives an overview of important stages in structure analysis, explains different structure and forms of matter, physical interactions, general properties and characteristics of matter, Heisenberg uncertainty principle, basic properties of elementary particles, the principle and usefulness of Schrödinger equation.
The lecture „Radioactivity“ is aimed to explain basic terms as radioactive isotopes, natural and artificial radioactivity, law of radioactive decay, half-life of decay (physical, biological, effective), mean life-time, activity and connected formulas and physical units.
The presentation explains the origin of resting membrane potential, principle of its measurement, its interpretation mainly based on diffusion potential (Donnan equilibrium), its calculation using the Nernst and the Goldman equations. Suitable to all study branches.
Basic terminology of Medical Statistics. Suitable to all degrees of study and to all classes.
The aim of this lecture is to familiarize students with the sample characteristics that are most commonly used in the evaluation of medical experiments and occur in medical scientific and professional literature. Suitable to all study programmes and to all classes.
Overview of biological signals. Suitable to all study branches.
The lecture „Dosimetry - Measurement of Ionising Radiation“ is aimed to explain the term dosimetry and the basic quantities characterising the radiation from the aspect of their biological effects that allow to measure and to quantify them. Terms as dose, absorbed dose, absorbed dose rate, integral dose, equivalent dose, effective dose, kerma, kerma rate, exposure, exposure rate and connected formulas and physical units are explained.