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Anatomy 2 nd semester final 2015

Anatomy 2 nd semester final 2015

Anatomy 2 nd semester final 2015. 1 of 3 functions of large intestine. Reabsorb water/ compact Absorb vitamins Storage of fecal matter. Name of the spot in Right Atria where electrical signal for contraction begins. What is SA node?. Clear tissue that lines inner surface of body wall.

By Sharon_Dale
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The Heart

The Heart

The Heart. Chapter 18 . Introduction. The heart is the pump of our circulatory system The cardiovascular system provides the transport system of the body

By cachez
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The Heart

The Heart

The Heart. The heart=a muscular double pump with 2 functions. Overview . The right side receives oxygen-poor blood from the body and tissues and then pumps it to the lungs to pick up oxygen and dispel carbon dioxide

By harry
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Haemodynamic Monitoring

Haemodynamic Monitoring

Haemodynamic Monitoring. Theory and Practice. Haemodynamic Monitoring. Physiological Background Monitoring Optimising the Cardiac Output Measuring Preload Introduction to PiCCO Technology Practical Approach Fields of Application Limitations. Measuring Preload.

By breena
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BELL RINGER

BELL RINGER

BELL RINGER. Pick up: Worksheet 1 blue crayon 1 red crayon Complete the following: Evaluating Cardiovascular Fitness Finding Your Target Fitness Zone. Shh …No Talking Please. Cardiovascular System. PEP Program, 7.2

By selia
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Topic 2.2 Structure and Function of the Cardiovascualr System

Topic 2.2 Structure and Function of the Cardiovascualr System

Topic 2.2 Structure and Function of the Cardiovascualr System. State the composition of blood. Cellular: red blood cells (erythrocytes), white blood cell (leukocytes) and platelets (thrombocytes) Plasma: electrolytes, gases, nutrients, matabolic waste.

By dessa
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بسم الله الرحمن الرحيم

بسم الله الرحمن الرحيم

بسم الله الرحمن الرحيم. Injury to special organs. Objectives. 1- To know the types and complicationof trauma to the neck 2- to know the difference between homicidal and suicidal cut throat. 3- To know the types andcomplication of trauma to the chest.

By varuna
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CORE Case 4 Workshop

CORE Case 4 Workshop

Petra Lewis MD Professor of Radiology and OBGYN Geisel School of Medicine at Dartmouth. CORE Case 4 Workshop. Learning objectives. Be able to identify some of the most common radigraphic findings in emphysema and COPD

By byron
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CHAPTER 15

CHAPTER 15

CHAPTER 15. CARDIOVASCULAR SYSTEM. www.sirinet.net. Information. 7,000L/day Beats 2.5 billion times/ lifetime Cardiovascular system. HEART. SIZE: 14cm X 9cm. HEART LOCATION. www.cayuga-cc.edu. HEART LOCATION. en.wikipedia.org. PULMONARY CIRCUIT. invest-trial.org. SYSTEMIC CIRCUIT.

By race
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The Cardiovascular System

The Cardiovascular System

The Cardiovascular System. Workshop. Darrell Reasner. Preservice Teacher Cal Poly SLO Credential Program dreasner@gmail.com. Objectives:. Have Fun The history of this unit The lesson Learn about the Cardiovascular System Meet “Artie” Reflect. Dr. Ed Himalblau Professor Biology

By reegan
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BLOOD SUPPLY OF THE HEART

BLOOD SUPPLY OF THE HEART

BLOOD SUPPLY OF THE HEART. Dr Jamila EL medany. &. Dr Essam Salama. Objectives. At the end of the lecture the student should be able to know about; The arterial supply of the cardiac muscle regarding (origin, course, distribution and branches). The coronary anastmosis.

By hastin
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Chapter 20, part 2

Chapter 20, part 2

Chapter 20, part 2. The Heart. Heart chambers and valves. Structural Differences in heart chambers The left side of the heart is more muscular than the right side Functions of valves AV valves prevent backflow of blood from the ventricles to the atria

By jimbo
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Cardiovascular System

Cardiovascular System

Cardiovascular System. heart and blood vessels. Tainted Love…?. Systemic Circulation – delivers blood to all body cells and carries away waste Pulmonary Circulation – eliminates carbon dioxide and oxygenates blood (lung pathway) . Structure of the Heart.

By jadon
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HEART ANATOMY

HEART ANATOMY

HEART ANATOMY. OBJECTIVES. 4 Chambers 4 Valves Main vessels Composition Flow of blood Coronary arteries Conduction system. Position Markers. Heart and Lungs. 4 Chambers. Right: Atrium Ventricle Left: Atrium Ventricle. Chambers in Action. Heart Chambers. 4 Valves. Tricuspid

By neena
(132 views)

Chapter 26

Chapter 26

Chapter 26. Sponges, Cnidarians, Flatworms, and Roundworms. Phylum Porifera (Sponges). Characteristics: Simple body structure with no true tissues; multicellular, ( hermaphrodites —animal has both male and female structures), asymmetrical

By callum
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Chap. 19– The Heart (Cardiology)

Chap. 19– The Heart (Cardiology)

Chap. 19– The Heart (Cardiology). Chap. 19 (Heart) Study Guide. Critically read Chapter 19 pp. 719-739 before 19.5 “ Blood Flow” s ection Comprehend Terminology (those in bold) Study-- Figure questions, Think About It questions, and Before You Go On (section-ending) questions

By allegra-pope
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The Cardiovascular System Cont.

The Cardiovascular System Cont.

The Cardiovascular System Cont. Chapters 19, 20, 21. III. Heart. Cardiac muscle tissue Four chambers Right atrium Right ventricle Left atrium Left ventricle Atria are upper, less muscular chambers. Heart Valves. Prevent blood from flowing back Atrioventricular Tricuspid

By carrieann-thompson
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Vertebrate Trading Card Project

Vertebrate Trading Card Project

Vertebrate Trading Card Project. By: Mitchell Boh. Agnatha. Interesting Extras Cold Blooded 2 Heart Chambers They are internal fertilizers They have a slender eel-shaped body made out of cartilage. There digestive systems have no stomach Favorite color – blue (the color of the ocean)

By lisandra-chambers
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Chap. 19– The Heart (Cardiology)

Chap. 19– The Heart (Cardiology)

Chap. 19– The Heart (Cardiology). Chap. 19 (Heart) Study Guide. Critically read Chapter 19 pp. 719-739 before 19.5 “ Blood Flow” s ection Comprehend Terminology (those in bold) Study-- Figure questions, Think About It questions, and Before You Go On (section-ending) questions

By wentworth-bruno
(140 views)

Cardiovascular System Notes: The Heart

Cardiovascular System Notes: The Heart

Cardiovascular System Notes: The Heart. Interesting Cardiovascular System Facts. The human heart creates enough pressure to squirt blood 30 feet. Review. What are the 3 parts of the cardiovascular system?. heart – blood – blood vessels. What do arteries do?.

By gkettler
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