CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASES. REVIEW . How many chambers are in the heart? How does the blood flow through the heart? What vessels take blood AWAY from the heart? What vessels take blood TO the heart? What is Pulse Pressure? What is Cardiac Output? What is Stroke Volume?.
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Pulmonary vascular resistance - resistance of the pulmonary pressure to the right ventricle ejection
P wave – is the electrical impulse from the SA node through the atria (atrial depolarization)
T wave – represents ventricular muscle repolarization (resting state); after QRS wave & usually in the same direction of the QRS complex
ST segment – early ventricular repolarization; lasts for end of QRS to beginning of T wave
Jugular vein distention
Generalized weight gain