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The First Heart Sound (S 1 ) Chapter 7

The First Heart Sound (S 1 ) Chapter 7

The First Heart Sound (S 1 ) Chapter 7. Ara G. Tilkian, MD, FACC Instructor Patricia L. Thomas, MBA, RCIS. Outline. Components of S 1 How to recognize S 1 at Rapid Heart Rate Physiological Splitting of S 1 Differential Diagnosis S 1 as a Single Sound

By Samuel
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Introduction to Echocardiography Cardiac Ultrasound

Introduction to Echocardiography Cardiac Ultrasound

Introduction to Echocardiography Cardiac Ultrasound. Pauline Seydak Clinical Physiology Trainer NI. Echo.

By Jimmy
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Lab Activity 23

Lab Activity 23

Lab Activity 23. Cardiac Anatomy. Portland Community College BI 232. Cardiac Muscle Histology. Branching cells. Once central nucleus. Intercalated disc: contains many gap junctions connecting the adjacent cell cytoplasm, creates a functional syncytium. External View. Position in Thorax.

By holt
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Double Switch Operation for Failing Systemic Ventricle

Double Switch Operation for Failing Systemic Ventricle

Double Switch Operation for Failing Systemic Ventricle. Yong Jin Kim, M.D. Department of Thoracic & Cardiovascular Surgery Seoul National University Hospital. Introduction.

By mariel
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ADVANCE Adult Large/Giant Breed is a complete & balanced diet specifically formulated for large and giant breed dog

ADVANCE Adult Large/Giant Breed is a complete & balanced diet specifically formulated for large and giant breed dog

ADVANCE Adult Large/Giant Breed is a complete & balanced diet specifically formulated for large and giant breed dogs, 25kg or over. Key benefits of ADVANCE Adult Large/Giant Breed: 1. Contains Green Lipped Mussel powder for

By sylvie
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Anatomy of the Heart

Anatomy of the Heart

Anatomy of the Heart. Part 2. Atria. Atria Low pressure chambers Separated from each other by the inter-atrial septum RA receives deoxygenated blood from the SVC, IVC and CS LA receives oxygenated blood from the 4 pulmonary veins. Atria. Atria

By mariah
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Double Switch Operation for Failing Systemic Ventricle

Double Switch Operation for Failing Systemic Ventricle

Double Switch Operation for Failing Systemic Ventricle. Yong Jin Kim, M.D. Department of Thoracic & Cardiovascular Surgery Seoul National University Hospital. Introduction.

By marlee
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Straddling & Overriding Tricuspid or Mitral Valve

Straddling & Overriding Tricuspid or Mitral Valve

Straddling & Overriding Tricuspid or Mitral Valve. Seoul National University Hospital Department of Thoracic & Cardiovascular Surgery. Straddling & Overriding AV Valve. 1. Definition 1) Straddling : when a part of tension apparatus of the valve

By Jimmy
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Ch 21: Cardiovascular System - The Heart -

Ch 21: Cardiovascular System - The Heart -

Goals. Ch 21: Cardiovascular System - The Heart -. Give a detailed description of the superficial and internal anatomy of the heart, including the pericardium, the myocardium, and the cardiac muscle. Explain the functioning of the valves of the heart and how they relate to the heart sounds.

By Albert_Lan
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Test Review

Test Review

Test Review. Heart. Pulmonary trunk. Fibrous pericardium. Parietal layer of serous pericardium. Pericardium. Pericardial cavity. Myocardium. Epicardium (visceral layer of serous pericardium). Heart wall. Myocardium. Endocardium. Heart chamber. Figure 18.2.

By clovis
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Neovasc Inc.

Neovasc Inc.

Neovasc Inc. TSXV: NVC Alexei Marko, CEO Chris Clark, CFO October 2013. Forward-Looking Statements.

By darva
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Valvular Heart Disease Cardiomyopathy and Aneursyms

Valvular Heart Disease Cardiomyopathy and Aneursyms

Valvular Heart Disease Cardiomyopathy and Aneursyms. by Laurie Dickson. Valvular Heart Disease. Heart contains Two atrioventricular valves Mitral Tricuspid Two semilunar valves Aortic Pulmonic Valvular Disease. Valvular Heart Disease. Types of valvular heart disease depend on

By maxime
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Fractals & Chaos In Biology

Fractals & Chaos In Biology

Fractals & Chaos In Biology. By: Daniel . Introduction.

By alexis
(160 views)

The Heart

The Heart

The Heart. Functions of the Heart. Generating blood pressure Routing blood separates pulmonary and systemic circulations Ensuring one-way blood flow: valves Regulating blood supply Changes in contraction rate and force match blood delivery to changing metabolic needs.

By hang
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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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Figure 18.1a

Figure 18.1a

Midsternal line. 2nd rib. Sternum. Diaphragm. Point of maximal intensity (PMI). (a). Figure 18.1a. Aorta. Superior vena cava. Parietal pleura (cut). Pulmonary trunk. Left lung. Pericardium (cut). Apex of heart. Diaphragm. (c). Figure 18.1c. Pulmonary trunk.

By brock
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The Human Body

The Human Body

The Human Body. By Albert Wu. Organ Systems. Digestive System Circulatory System Respiratory System Excretory System Immune System. Skeletal System Endocrine System Sensory System Muscular System Nervous System Reproductive System. The Digestive System. Functions.

By jena
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Cardiovascular System

Cardiovascular System

Cardiovascular System. Gretchen Sharpe-Swart Coulson Jensen Haley Wangberg. Composition:. Heart: The organ that pumps the blood throughout the body Veins: Transports oxygen deficient blood to heart and lungs Arteries: Transports oxygen rich blood throughout the body

By anevay
(57 views)

Cardiovascular System: The Heart

Cardiovascular System: The Heart

Cardiovascular System: The Heart. Chapter 18. Heart Anatomy w/Review. Size of a fist In the mediastinum Obliquely situated ___?_____ to the diaphragm ___?_____ to the vertebral column ___?_____ to the sternum Lungs are ___?_____ and slightly obscure it

By geri
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BLOOD VESSELS

BLOOD VESSELS

BLOOD VESSELS. Blood Vessels :  arteries, veins, capillaries ARTERIES  :  strong elastic vessels which carry blood moving away from the heart.   Smallest ones are arterioles which connect to capillaries . VEINS - Thinner, less muscular vessels carrying blood toward the heart. 

By lucien
(135 views)

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