'Right ventricles' diaporamas de présentation

Right ventricles - PowerPoint PPT Presentation


Introduction To The Cardiovascular System

Introduction To The Cardiovascular System

Introduction To The Cardiovascular System. Chapter 12:305-315 Anatomy and Histology. The Coast of Maine? Pretty Much!. General Anatomy. Complex muscle: The muscle is folded and wrapped about a fibrous structure Forms four chambers that can transport (pump) blood.

By brone
(69 views)

Structure of the Heart and flow

Structure of the Heart and flow

Structure of the Heart and flow. Circuits of the heart. Systemic circuit- the left side of the heart pumps to the body (Contains oxygenated blood) Pulmonary circuit- the right side of the heart pumps to the lungs to oxygenate blood. The heart….

By nona
(193 views)

HAD Unit I Review

HAD Unit I Review

HAD Unit I Review. Tom Eck, ecktw@umdnj.edu. CALM Resources. http:// njms.umdnj.edu/calm I will email you the link again tonight. Today’s review and a number of other resources should be up by tomorrow afternoon. To activate your “clicker”. Press Ch – 52 – Ch. Unit I Priorities.

By harris
(119 views)

Heart Failure

Heart Failure

Heart Failure. Jenny Looi. Heart failure is a chronic (or long term)condition that effects men and women , of which a problem with the structure or function of the heart can no longer supply a sufficient blood flow to meet the body’s needs.

By howard
(151 views)

Life Processes

Life Processes

Life Processes. Class IX – Science II Chapter 4. What is T ransport System. Transport system is an organ system in higher multi-cellular organisms with large bodies. Transport system is used to transport materials to each and every cell of the body. Transport System in Plants.

By uzuri
(327 views)

Chapter 20

Chapter 20

Chapter 20 . The Heart. I. Heart A. Functions 1 . Generates the pressure to propel blood through blood vessels . 2 . Separates oxygenated and deoxygenated blood 3 . R egulates body’s blood supply. B. Heart position

By sondra
(108 views)

Cardiovascular practical Block

Cardiovascular practical Block

Cardiovascular practical Block. Shaesta Naseem Part I. 1-Atheroma of aorta. These three aortas demonstrate mild, moderate, and severe atherosclerosis from bottom to top. At the bottom, the mild atherosclerosis shows only scattered lipid plaques .

By shawn
(132 views)

Cardiorespiratory system

Cardiorespiratory system

Cardiorespiratory system. Cardiovascular System Respiratory System. Transportation of nutrients, gases, and waste Protection from infection and blood loss Maintenance of body temperature Supply blood with oxygen Removal of carbon dioxide. Cardiovascular system.

By shiloh
(115 views)

Cardiovascular practical Block

Cardiovascular practical Block

Cardiovascular practical Block. Part I Shaesta Naseem. Normal anatomy and histology . NOTE: The heart serves as a mechanical pump to supply the entire body with blood, both providing nutrients and removing waste products. The great vessels exit the base of the heart.

By kaelem
(98 views)

Anatomy of the Heart

Anatomy of the Heart

Anatomy of the Heart. DR.SANAA AL-SHAARAWI DR.SAEED VOHRA. OBJECTIVES. At the end of the lecture, the student should be able to : Describe the shape of heart regarding : apex, base, sternocostal and diaphragmatic surfaces.

By jace
(370 views)

Arrhythmia 341

Arrhythmia 341

Arrhythmia 341. Ahmad Hersi Associate Professor KSU. Objectives. Identify mechanism of AF Recognize EKG of AF Discuss treatment options of AF Identify other forms of Arrhythmia. Atrial fibrillation accounts for 1/3 of all patient discharges with arrhythmia as principal diagnosis.

By cissy
(269 views)

Cardiomyopathy

Cardiomyopathy

Samone and S arah . Cardiomyopathy . What is Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy . The heart muscles become enlarged. The walls of the heart thicken, which prevents the heart from functioning properly. Signs & Symptoms. Breathlessness with exertion or even at rest.

By renate
(164 views)

Circulatory System

Circulatory System

Circulatory System. What is this about?. Trivia Question. What is the strongest muscle in the body?. Answer. Blood Flow. Heart Lungs Arteries Veins Capillaries Pulmonary Circulation. Heart. Location of heart…. Heart.

By verne
(95 views)

PHYLUM CHORDATA SUBPHYLUM VERTEBRATA A SURVEY OF DIVERSITY

PHYLUM CHORDATA SUBPHYLUM VERTEBRATA A SURVEY OF DIVERSITY

PHYLUM CHORDATA SUBPHYLUM VERTEBRATA A SURVEY OF DIVERSITY. BIO 122: Zoology Part 2 Amphibians, Reptiles & Birds. CLASS AMPHIBIA. Amphibians : include frogs, toads, salamanders & others Tetrapods (4 legs) Have a gelatinous egg covering Have a 3-chambered heart 2 atria, 1 ventricle.

By emma
(201 views)

The Human Heart

The Human Heart

The Human Heart. Heart Facts!. Your body contains about 5-6 L of blood Heart beats about 100,000 times/day or 35 million times in a year !

By nibal
(227 views)

Cardiovascular practical Block

Cardiovascular practical Block

Cardiovascular practical Block. Shaesta Naseem Part I. Normal anatomy and histology . NOTE: The heart serves as a mechanical pump to supply the entire body with blood, both providing nutrients and removing waste products. The great vessels exit the base of the heart.

By ravi
(141 views)

Cardiac Output:

Cardiac Output:

Cardiac Output:. And Influencing Factors. Cardiac Output. Amount of blood pumped out by each ventricle in 1 min CO = HR x SV. Cardiac Reserve. The difference between resting and maximal CO. Stroke Volume. SV = EDV – ESV EDV (volume of blood in ventricle after diastole)

By brede
(224 views)


View Right ventricles PowerPoint (PPT) presentations online in SlideServe. SlideServe has a very huge collection of Right ventricles PowerPoint presentations. You can view or download Right ventricles presentations for your school assignment or business presentation. Browse for the presentations on every topic that you want.