CORONARY ARTERIES. CONDUCTING SYSTEM OF HEART. . GROSS ANATOMY OF HEART. THORAXIC ANATOMY OF HEART. . RADIOGRAPHY OF HEART. .By uma
Cardiac Anatomy. Frank A. Acevedo, PA-C. Thoracic Divisions. 3 major divisions Mediastinum contains most of thoracic structures Subdivisions exist. Heart. Pericardium - fibrous, serous Points of Attachment (fibrous pericardium) -central tendon of diaphragm -sternopericardial ligaments.By magda
How does the heart function?. Control of the heart. The heart muscle. The heart is made of cardiac muscle It is involuntary and controlled by the medulla oblongata The intercalated discs help cardiac cells contract uniformly. Action Potentials.By donar
“Learning is not child’s play; we cannot learn without pain.” Aristotle, Greek philosopher. THE HEART. I. Location. A. Cavity between lungs, 2/3 left of midsagittal 1. About the same size as fist. II. Pericardial sac (pericardium ). A. parietal pericardium 1. External (outer) layerBy kosey
Heart –Electrical Properties. Prof. K. Sivapalan. Introduction. Function of the blood is transport of substances. Function of the heart and vessels are: Keeping blood flowing. Delivering more blood to needy tissue. Design of the circulatory system.By cana
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Higher Human Biology. Cardiac Conducting System. Cardiac Conducting System. The heart beat originates in the heart itself. Heart muscle cells are self contractile They are able to contract and produce an electrochemical signal which in turn causes other cells to contract
Electronic Conducting System. By: Kenzo Abrahams Supervisor: Mehrdad Ghaziasgar Co-supervisor: James Connan Mentored by: Diego Mushfieldt. Overview. Introduction Design Decisions and System Changes Implementation Tools Used Project Plan Demo. Introduction.
Kenzo Abrahams Supervisor: Mehrdad Ghaziasgar Co-supervisor: James Connon Assited by: Diego Mushfieldt. Electronic Conducting system. An easy way of learning how to conduct music. Overview. Introduction User Requirements Requirements Analysis Assumptions about the project
Electronic Conducting System. Kenzo Abrahams Supervisor: Mehrdad Ghaziasgar Co-supervisor: James Connan Assisted by: Diego Mushfieldt. Overview. Introduction High Level Design Implementation Testing and Results Demo References Questions and Answers. Introduction.
Electronic Conducting System. Kenzo Abrahams Supervisor: Mehrdad Ghaziasgar Co-supervisor: James Connon Mentored by: Diego Mushfieldt. Overview. Introduction User Interface Specification High Level Design Low level Design Demo. Introduction. Interactive Conducting System
Conducting System of Heart. Different bioelectric signals. The primary characteristics of typical bioelectric signals:. Electrode theory- Basic electrode, Electrodes for ECG. Electrode theory Need, types of Bio-potential electrodes. Basic electrode theory
The Conducting System and EKG. Danny Golinskiy , Joel Levy, Emily Brames. The Conducting System . Cardiac muscle contracts regardless of neural input ( autorythmicity ) All cardiac contractions are coordinated by the heart’s conducting system
CARDIAC ELECTRIC ACTIVITY: CONDUCTING SYSTEM. Prof. Sultan Ayoub Meo MBBS, M.Phil, Ph.D (Pak), M Med Ed (Dundee), FRCP (London), FRCP (Dublin), FRCP (Glasgow), FRCP (Edinburgh) Professor and Consultant, Department of Physiology, College of Medicine, King Saud University, Riyadh, KSA.
The conducting system of the heart. The conducting system of the heart. 1. The nodal system: Which consists of two nodes in the right atrium: The sinoatrial node (also called the S-A node or the sinus node). The atrioventricular node (also called the A-V node).