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Human Anatomy & Physiology. Cardiovascular System Lymphatic System Respiratory System Digestive System. Cardiovascular System. Layers of heart wall Pericardium Parietal Visceral Epicardium Myocardium Endocardium Heart valves . Basically 2 pumps Right Pulmonary circulation Left

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Human anatomy physiology

Human Anatomy & Physiology

Cardiovascular System

Lymphatic System

Respiratory System

Digestive System


Cardiovascular system
Cardiovascular System

  • Layers of heart wall

    • Pericardium

      • Parietal

      • Visceral

        • Epicardium

    • Myocardium

    • Endocardium

      • Heart valves


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Human anatomy physiology

  • Heart Chambers & vessels

    • Right atrium

      • Superior vena cava

      • Inferior vena cava

    • Right Ventricle

      • Pulmonary artery

    • Left atrium

      • Pulmonary veins (2)

    • Left Ventricle

      • Aorta


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Heart Valves

Semilunar

Outflow valves

Pulmonary

Aortic

Atrioventricular

Strong

Tricuspid

Bicuspid

Mitral


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Human anatomy physiology

  • Conduction pathway

    • SA node

      • Pacemaker

    • AV node

    • Bundle of His

    • Left & Right bundle branches

    • Purkinje fibers


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Cardiaccycle



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  • Blood Vessels

    • Arteries

      • distribution of nutrients

      • maintenance of blood pressure

    • Veins

      • takes waste products back to heart for circulation & disposal

      • valves keep flow going in one direction

    • Capillaries

      • where internal respiration occurs

        • i.e. the exchange of O2 & CO2 between vessel & cell

      • where exchanges occur for nutrients, wastes, and fluids


Blood composition
Blood Composition

  • Blood = Plasma (55%) + Formed Elements (45%)

    • Plasma = the liquid faction of blood; blood minus its formed element

      • Serum = plasma minus clotting factors


Pathology diseases

Anemia

Hemophilia

Leukemia

Phlebitis

Varicose veins

Aneurysm

Arteriosclerosis

Atherosclerosis

Thrombus & embolus

Hypertension

Congestive heart failure

Coronary artery disease

Angina

Myocardial infarction

Pathology(diseases)


Lymphatic system

Structures

Lymph

Lymphatic vessels

Lacteals

Lymph nodes

Tonsils

Peyer’s patches

Thymus

Spleen

Thoracic duct

Lymphocytes

B lymphocytes

T lymphocytes

Functions

Immunity (defense)

Remove excess fluids

Lymphatic System



Respiratory system
Respiratory System

  • Structures

    • Upper respiratory tract

      • Nose

      • Pharynx

      • Larynx

    • Lower respiratory tract

      • Trachea

      • Bronchi

      • Bronchioles

      • Alveoli

      • Lungs

        • Left = 2lobes

        • Right = 3 lobes

      • Pleura

        • Parietal

        • Visceral

  • Functions

    • Ventilation

    • Respiration


Respiration external internal
Respiration: External &Internal



Pathology of respiratory system
Pathology of Respiratory System

  • Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD)

    • Asthma

    • Emphysema

    • Chronic bronchitis (bronchiectasis)

  • Lung cancer

  • Pneumonia

  • Pleurisy

  • Tuberculosis (see next slide)


  • Digestive system

    3 accessory organs

    Liver

    Gallbladder

    Pancreas

    Structures

    Mouth

    Salivary glands

    Pharynx

    Esophagus

    Stomach

    Small intestine

    Duodenum

    Jejunum

    Ileum

    Large intestine

    Cecum (appendix)

    Ascending colon

    Transverse colon

    Descending colon

    Sigmoid colon

    Rectum

    Anus

    Digestive System


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    • Functions

      • Ingestion

      • Digestion

      • Absorption

        • Villi

        • Capillaries

        • Lacteals

      • Elimination

    • “busiest” area

      • Duodenum


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    Pathology of the digestive system

    Peptic ulcers

    Gastroenteritis

    Peritonitis

    Hepatitis

    Cirrhosis

    Gallstones

    Pancreatitis

    Hernia

    Diaphragmatic

    Umbilical

    Inguinal

    Diverticulitis

    Ulcerative colitis

    Colon cancer

    Pathology of the Digestive System