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Blood, Blood Vessels & Circulation

Blood, Blood Vessels & Circulation

Blood, Blood Vessels & Circulation Cardiovascular System Blood vessels: Types A. Arteries -carry oxygenated blood (most of the time) away from the heart -thicker than veins -three layers: inner endothelium middle smooth muscle outer connective tissue

By benjamin
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THE CARDIOVASCULAR SYSTEM

THE CARDIOVASCULAR SYSTEM

THE CARDIOVASCULAR SYSTEM. University of TEESSIDE Nurse Practitioner Course . Dr. Phil Jennings. James Cook University Hospital. Introduction. History Taking Features of common symptoms Presentation of common problems Examination Routine What do to Important physical signs

By modesty
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ECG Filtering

ECG Filtering

ECG Filtering. T-61.181 – Biomedical Signal Processing Presentation 11.11.2004 Matti Aksela ( matti.aksela@hut.fi ). Contents. Very brief introduction to ECG Some common ECG Filtering tasks Baseline wander filtering Power line interference filtering Muscle noise filtering Summary.

By destiny
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Pneumomediastinum

Pneumomediastinum

Pneumomediastinum. Tyler Bagley October 17, 2006. Objectives. 1. Recognize the causes of pneumomediastinum 2. Recognize the presentation 3. Identify common radiological signs 4. Discuss when to order additional tests 5. Treatment.

By ferris
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Valve Regurgitation

Valve Regurgitation

Valve Regurgitation. Echocardiographic Calculations Rami Khouzam, MD. Definitions/Equations:. Continuity equation: Flow (SV) = LVEDV - LVESV = A x TVI (SV:Stroke Volume, A: Area, TVI:Time Velocity Integral) Flow 1(SV) = Flow 2 (SV) A1 x TVI 1 = A2 x TVI2.

By rafi
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Cardio-vascular system

Cardio-vascular system

Cardio-vascular system. Outline. 1- Overview 2- Path of blood through the heart and vasculature 3- Anatomy of the heart 4- Electrical activity of the heart 5- The cardiac cycle 6- Cardiac output and its control. Outline. 1- Overview 2- Path of blood through the heart and vasculature

By misu
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Composition of blood

Composition of blood

Composition of blood. There are 4 different types of blood cell in humans. Arteries, capillaries and veins. Cross sections of arteries, capillaries and veins. Describe the differences in the structure and function of arteries, capillaries and veins. A capillary bed.

By moe
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ASSESSMENT OF CARDIOVASCULAR FUNCTION

ASSESSMENT OF CARDIOVASCULAR FUNCTION

ASSESSMENT OF CARDIOVASCULAR FUNCTION. NUR240 Lecture 1. LECTURE OBJECTIVES. Review anatomy & physiology of the cardiovascular system. Discuss relevant aspects of the patient history. Describe physical assessment of cardiovascular status.

By guri
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The Cardiovascular System: The Heart

The Cardiovascular System: The Heart

The Cardiovascular System: The Heart. Chapter 14 Part I. Objectives for Chaper 14. To understand the: Structure and function of the heart Physiology underlying the cardiac cycle Generation of electrical impulses Use and interpretation of the electrocardiogram. Cardiac Output (CO).

By delu
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The cardiovascular system Structure of the heart The cardiac cycle Structure and organization of blood vessels

The cardiovascular system Structure of the heart The cardiac cycle Structure and organization of blood vessels

The cardiovascular system Structure of the heart The cardiac cycle Structure and organization of blood vessels. What is the cardiovascular system? The heart is a double pump heart arteries arterioles   veinsvenules capillaries. The double pump. Serous membrane.

By xinqian
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The cardiovascular system Structure of the heart The cardiac cycle Structure and organization of blood vessels

The cardiovascular system Structure of the heart The cardiac cycle Structure and organization of blood vessels

The cardiovascular system Structure of the heart The cardiac cycle Structure and organization of blood vessels. What is the cardiovascular system? The heart is a double pump heart arteries arterioles   veinsvenules capillaries. The double pump. Serous membrane.

By lorne
(151 views)

The Heart

The Heart

The Heart. Control of the Heart Beat. The Heart Beat. The heart is made up of cardiac muscle. Cardiac muscle is myogenic , which means it naturally contracts and relaxes. Therefore, it receives no impulse from a nerve to make it contract. The Heart Beat.

By salena
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Modified 9-lead Diagnostic ECG

Modified 9-lead Diagnostic ECG

Modified 9-lead Diagnostic ECG. Using the Physio-Control LP10 “Old dog tricks” Gary Denton. Test. Confirm option is activated. Press RECORD for 1.0 - 2.0 seconds DIAG should appear on screen . If DIAG does not appear. YOU MUST LOAD THE OPTION . To activate diagnostic quality option.

By anemone
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Cardiac Cycle, Output and Sounds of the Heart

Cardiac Cycle, Output and Sounds of the Heart

Cardiac Cycle, Output and Sounds of the Heart. By: Cara Amundson , Trey Osterholt , Mohammad Ahmed, Abby Lathrop. C ardiac muscle: The type of muscle that is found in the walls of the heart. Cardiac muscle is striated but branched, unlike the straight-shaped striated skeletal muscle cells. .

By liluye
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EKG Basics

EKG Basics

EKG Basics. Practicum I 2011-2012. Outline. Review of the conduction system EKG waveforms and intervals EKG leads Determining heart rate Determining QRS axis. The Normal Conduction System. What is an EKG?.

By andie
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And the beat goes on….

And the beat goes on….

And the beat goes on…. IB Biology Topic 6. STARTER : In pairs …. label the diagram and annotate it to show the path that blood takes around it. Learning Objectives. Everyone should: Define the key words associated with the myogenic control of heartbeat Most will :

By shasta
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Chapter 12 – the heart

Chapter 12 – the heart

Chapter 12 – the heart. 4 chambers – which act as 2 pumps for pulmonary circulation and systemic circulation See diagrams pp. 324- 329 Location – thoracic cavity between the lungs, within the mediastinum Apex – most inferior portion Base – superior portion . Heart anatomy. diagram.

By noam
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The Phases of the Cardiac Cycle Period of isometric ( isovolumetric or isovolumic ) contraction

The Phases of the Cardiac Cycle Period of isometric ( isovolumetric or isovolumic ) contraction

The Phases of the Cardiac Cycle Period of isometric ( isovolumetric or isovolumic ) contraction. Events: ventricular contraction  ventricular pressure rise  atrioventricular valve close  the ventricular pressure increase sharply

By jariah
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Pulmonary Circulation

Pulmonary Circulation

Pulmonary Circulation. Conus arteriosus Superior end of the right ventricle Leads to the Pulmonary Trunk Pulmonary Trunk Divides into Left and Right Pulmonary Arteries Blood flow: Right Ventricle -> Pulmonary Trunk through the Pulmonary S emilunar Valve (PSL Valve)

By kiele
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THE CARDIOVASCULAR SYSTEM

THE CARDIOVASCULAR SYSTEM

THE CARDIOVASCULAR SYSTEM. The Heart. Q 1. The heart is a cone-shaped muscular organ located within the thoracic cavity . Its apex rests on the diaphragm and its base is at the level of the second rib. The coronary arteries that nourish the myocardium arise from the aorta .

By titus
(216 views)

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