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Pig Heart Dissection 101

Pig Heart Dissection 101

Pig Heart Dissection 101. Detna Levin Kacher DeBakey High School for Health Professions. (gulp) But sheep have nice hearts…. Supplies you will use:. Disposable gloves. S ’ more sticks. Disposable dissection sheets. Pig heart. Scapel. Scarps container. Exterior Anatomy of the Heart.

By daniel_millan
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Cardiovascular System

Cardiovascular System

Cardiovascular System. Lamon Willis. The Heart. The Heart. A fist-sized, cone-shaped muscle (the myocardium) that beats, on average, 80 times per minute . Divided into right and left sides by a muscular wall, the septum .

By Rita
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Cardiovascular Hemodynamics: Assessment of Blood Pressures At Rest and During Exercise

Cardiovascular Hemodynamics: Assessment of Blood Pressures At Rest and During Exercise

KINE 648 Lab #2. Cardiovascular Hemodynamics: Assessment of Blood Pressures At Rest and During Exercise. Equipment needed: Quinton 3040 and 4500 treadmill & ECG machines Monarch 818 E ergometers Handouts Sphygmomoanometer Stethoscope Web page notes.

By enan
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Aortic Aneurysms

Aortic Aneurysms

Aortic Aneurysms. Mark A. Farber, MD. Aortic Aneurysms Incidence. 30-60/1000 Increasing incidence over past 3 decades Incidence of AAA Autopsy 1.5-3.0% U/S Screening 3.2% Pts with CAD 5.0% Pts with PVD 10.0% Pts with femoral and pop.aneurysms 50.0%.

By carter
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Physical and Psychological Changes of Pregnancy

Physical and Psychological Changes of Pregnancy

Physical and Psychological Changes of Pregnancy. Chapter 9. Physical Changes. Reproductive changes Uterus, cervix Ovarian, vaginal Breast tissue Cardiovascular Pulse and BP Vena Cava syndrome Hemodilution and anemia Hypercoagulation. Physical Changes.

By noleta
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A&P II

A&P II

A&P II. Lab Practical Study Guide. Hypothalamic neurons in the paraventricular nuclei. Figure 27.1 Hypothalamus and pituitary gland. Neurons in the ventral hypothalamus. Hypothalamic neurons in the supraoptic nuclei. Optic chiasma. Superior hypophyseal artery. Infundibulum

By mead
(187 views)

Circulation in Animals

Circulation in Animals

Circulation in Animals. All organisms exchange materials and energy with their environment Materials move across the cell membrane to cytoplasm and wastes move out of cell. Most animals have specialized organ systems to exchange materials with the environment.

By Olivia
(287 views)

Pig Heart Dissection 101

Pig Heart Dissection 101

Pig Heart Dissection 101. (gulp) But sheep have nice hearts…. Supplies you will use:. Scalpel Blade. Scalpel Handle. Surgical Scissors. Hemostats. Dissection Tray & Pig Heart. Don’t forget your gloves!. Slide blade on scalpel handle.

By waverly
(106 views)

BLOOD VESSELS

BLOOD VESSELS

BLOOD VESSELS. http://www.innerbody.com/htm/body.html. ARTERIES. FUNCTION – CARRY BLOOD AWAY FROM THE HEART CHARACTERISTICS VERY THICK, MUSCULAR WALLS (WHY). FIGURE 8 PG. 546 VERY HIGH BLOOD PRESSURE CARRIES OXYGENATED BLOOD (WITH 1 EXCEPTION) EXAMPLES – CORONARY, AORTA, CAROTID, FEMORAL

By Leo
(177 views)

RT 124 SPRING WEEK 1 – Part 1 CHEST & ABD A “Self Study” Review

RT 124 SPRING WEEK 1 – Part 1 CHEST & ABD A “Self Study” Review

RT 124 SPRING WEEK 1 – Part 1 CHEST & ABD A “Self Study” Review . Rev Spring 2010 . RT 124 - WEEK 1 (Part 2) is the Lecture Presentation for:. Chest II AP : SUPINE, SEMI-UPRIGHT – UPRIGHT R & L DECUBITUS LATERAL – PT ON GURNEY OR IN W/C ABDOMEN AP SUPINE, UPRIGHT, LLD.

By kennice
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Video Questions yep write down the whole sentence please

Video Questions yep write down the whole sentence please

Video Questions yep write down the whole sentence please. So what does Bill Nye say about our heart…hope you are listening The Lub is the ____ push, and the Dub is _________ push Blood vessels near the heart are _____ like _______.

By kaya
(112 views)

Antiparasitics

Antiparasitics

Antiparasitics. Chapter 12-3. Dr. Dipa Brahmbhatt VMD MpH dbrahmbh@yahoo.com. Objectives. Terminology – antiparasitics MOA antiparasitics Precautions of antiparisitics. Heartworm Prevention and Treatment. Treatment of Heartworm Disease.

By iram
(149 views)

Circulatory System

Circulatory System

Circulatory System. The equine heart is a four-chambered muscular organ split into right and left sides by a septum. Each side has an atrium and a ventricle. Step One:. We breath in oxygen from our mouths, through our throat, to our lungs. Blood is dumped into the right ventricle

By mandell
(104 views)

Cardiovascular

Cardiovascular

Cardiovascular. Blood Vessels. Arteries: largest blood vessel; carries blood away from the heart; bright red blood; blood spurts out Veins: carries blood back to the heart; darker red blood; blood flows out Capillaries: smallest blood vessels. Blood Flow Through the Heart.

By sal
(159 views)

The Heart

The Heart

The Heart . Vertebrate Heart Structure. Vena cava Right atrium Right ventricle Pulmonary artery Pulmonary vein Left atrium Left ventricle Aorta. Normal hearts LV LV and AO RV. Control of the Heart. Myogenic Beat Sinoatrial node

By banyan
(154 views)

Excretion & Waste Management Review

Excretion & Waste Management Review

Excretion & Waste Management Review. B11-4-01. Identify the primary metabolic wastes produced in the human body and the source of each. B11-4-01. B11-4-02. Describe the roles of the major excretory structures in eliminating wastes and helping the body maintain homeostasis. B11-4-02. Skin

By eldon
(123 views)

Outline: Regulation of arterial pressure

Outline: Regulation of arterial pressure

Outline: Regulation of arterial pressure. There is a critical requirement to maintain sufficient blood pressure to perfuse the brain, heart & other vital tissues. Blood pressure is maintained at normal levels by Quick-acting autonomic reflexes and Long term regulation by pressure diuresis.

By liv
(208 views)

The Circulatory System

The Circulatory System

The Circulatory System. The Heart. The Heart. Beats over 100,000 times per day Apex tip of the heart that rests on the diaphragm. Tissues of the Heart. Pericardium protective sac around the heart secretes pericardial fluid Epicardium outermost layer of the heart. Tissues of the Heart.

By jethro
(106 views)

Excretory system

Excretory system

Excretory system. Jhovany perez. Excretory system.

By deanna
(50 views)

What are these?

What are these?

Renal arteries. What are these?. R & L Subclavian arteries. What are these?. External iliac arteries. What are these?. R & L axillary arteries. What are these?. Radial vein. What is this?. Brachio - cephalic veins. What are these?. R & L brachial arteries. What are these?.

By azuka
(132 views)

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