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Module One: INTRODUCTION TO BIOREGULATORY MEDICINE


Module one: Ten video recordings of mini lectures (30 minutes each)

A postgraduate specialisation course in Bioregulatory Medicine consists of seven modules. The first module lays down basic elements in Bioregulatory medicine, from homeostasis, biological systems and the way disease progresses due to homeostatic dysregulation.
Each lecture is recorded specifically for this learning modality, and comprises of short mini lectures in duration of 30 minutes with Power Point slides to maximise learning outcomes.
You can enrol to selected lecture of Module One or entire course on registration page for learning in a video format with power point slides.

Module One mini lectures (30minutes) are dedicated to a basic strata of biological systems which is functioning at the lower tissue level, defined as a Ground Regulating System (GRS), which includes cellular and intercellular space also known as a 'matrix'. The cellular membrane is not seen as a barrier, but rather a signalling board that is opening or closing its chanells and receptors in accordance with cellular needs, mantaining cellular communication and survival.
This module dedicates two short lectures on Higher biological systems that consists of psychological and neural system, endocrine and immune systems that altogether are better known as a PNEI. Therefore the main emphasis of Module One is understanding organisation and function of GRS and PNEI, it's function and means of communication by biological informational molecules.

Last two lectures of this module is dedicated to medication used in Bioreguatory medicine namely, bioregulating medication and segmental mesotherapy which are nanopharmacological medications that establish faulty informational loops.


Lecture One

    
    

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INTRODUCTION

Introductory lecture explains in short 30 minutes, with power points slides a main platform of the bioregulatory concept. We discuss advantages of such paradigm and epidemiological data of morbidity and mortality and effectivness, as well and shortcomings of the current conventional model.
Introduction aims to present systems biology and regulation of homoestasis as it's main platform, as well as Disease progression as a result of progressive bioregulatory dysregulation. Bioregulatory treatment is a personalised medicine that works as an algorithm protocols.

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Lecture Two

    
    

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HOMEOSTASIS

One of the precondition to systems interaction (normofunction) is unimpeded informational signalling between it's constituents known as a homoestasis. Intrinsic principles of homeostais is in biofeedback between cells and various organs with aim to mantaians a normal function and keep physiological parameters required for cellular repair and survival.
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Lecture Three

    
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SYSTEMS BIOLOGY

This lecture explores Systems biology applied in medical science. Principles of systems biology in living organism are based on autoregulation to mantain equilibrium or normal function. Dysregulation is state of obstructed flow of biological informations and such lack of balance create dis-ease.
Informational flow is explored between two large system groups; lower set of subsystems known as a GRS (Ground regulating system) and higher PNEI (Psychoneuroimmunoendocrine system).

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Lecture Four

    
    

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GRS function

Basic unit of living body is a cell, as a building block of tissue and organs. However, it is integral with its environment of intercellular space that caters for cellular needs in hydrated matrix of ground matter suffused by capillary microcirculation.
Parameters of healthy GRS detremines cellular health as it brings nutrients and biological information from higher systems in form of proteins and ions of various physiological objectives. This lecture explores communictain and parameters of healthy GRS and dysregulation that forms a morbid pattern.

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Lecture Five

    
    
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PNEI bioregulation

This short lecture describes organisation of higher systems under umbrella of PNEI. It is a complex system that includes Nervous, Endocrine and Immune systems. It is important to understand the way their homeostatic feedback systems are structured, as well as their informational molecules of various hormones, neurotransmitters and cytokines that transmit impulses within the PNEI and towards GRS.
Nervous system has a particularly important function as it is specialised according to it's function; Central nervous system (CNS), Peripheral nervous system (PNS) and Autonomic nervous system (ANS).

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Lecture Six

    
    

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PNEI function

This lecture develops on previous PNEI lecture, with emphasis on functions of mind and emotions and the way it is processed by PNEI subsystems. We explore consciousness and perception in terms of life cycle, nature of stress and mechanism of psychosomatisation of old suppressed events from patients' anamnesis.
This leture develops concept of spiritual aspect and psychoenergetic nature of higher consciousness as it is integral part of systems interaction.

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Lecture Seven

    
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DISEASE PROGRESSION PHASES

This is a first of two Disease progress lectures, each lasts 30 minutes. In this short introductory presentation to evolution of disease, we explore the principles of pathogenesis for this morbid process and parameters that create homeostatic sych dynamic dysregulaion. Disease is a dynamic process of gradual bioregulatory dysregulation that leads to a pathogenesis in a step-like fashion. Each phase is characterised with a more complex dysregulation.

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Lecture Eight

    
    
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BIOLOGICAL INFORMATION

Communication between systems and it's subunits is achieved by three principle means: ionic low voltage microcurrent, electromagnetic propagation of a weak magnetic fields and molecular messengers which are hormones, neurotransmitters and cytokines.
Cellular membrane receptors are activated by aforementioned molecules and neural signalling, so that transducing signalling pathways activate genes, with instructions for a specific protein synthesis.

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Lecture Nine

    
    
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BIOREGULATING MEDICATION

Bioregulating medication is a specific pharmacological agents designed to repair biological signalling by activating messenegers like hormones or (neuro) transmitters, and activating energy activation of certain resistant cellular receptors. Medication is homeopathically prepared by complex ingredients with a specific objective of stimulating faulty homeostatic loops.
All remedies are classifed Britsh Homoepathic (Bioregulatory) Formulary that is akin to National Pharmaciological Formulary towards effective use in Bioregulatory medicine.

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Lecture Ten

    
    
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SEGMENTAL MESOTHERAPY

Autonomic Nervous System reaches matrix of each organ by terminal neural fibers, intercative with a matrix. Autonomic nerves leave spinal autonomic tract via vertebral foramina at certain vertebral or segmental level along spine. Injectable Bioregulatory remedies are administered into faulty autonomic musculocutaneous reflex zones of a particualar segmental corresponding with such organ system.
This lecture presents clinical application and classification as well as an indication of remedies used in segmental mesotherapy.

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