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Cardiovascular and Respiratory Physiology

PHSL232 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Muscarinic Acetylcholine Receptor M2, Vagus Nerve, Sympathetic Ganglion

Extrinsic Control of Cardiac Function Objectives:  Nervous and hormonal control of cardiac function by sympathetic stimulation  Sympathetic and parasympathetic action on excitation (SA node) and its ...

Physiology
PHSL232
Regis Lamberts
PHSL232 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Purkinje Fibers, Atrioventricular Node, Depolarization

Electrical Properties of Cardiac Tissue Objectives:  Explain the generation and conduction of the AP in the heart  Explain how the action potentials are generated in the nodal cells and myocardial cells  Stat...

Physiology
PHSL232
Regis Lamberts
PHSL232 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Tachycardia, Stroke Volume, Cardiac Muscle Cell

Intrinsic Control of Cardiac Function Objectives:  Intrinsic control of cardiac function by heart rate (Treppe effect)  Intrinsic control of cardiac function by Frank-Starling mechanism  The length dependent acti...

Physiology
PHSL232
Regis Lamberts
PHSL232 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Voltage-Dependent Calcium Channel, Calcium Atpase, Troponin C

Objectives:  The process and the responsible cellular structures involved in the calcium handling within the cardiomyocytes  Electro-mechanical interaction leading to excitation-contraction coupling, process o...

Physiology
PHSL232
Regis Lamberts
PHSL232 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Heart Valve, Pulmonary Artery, Cardiac Cycle

Objectives:  Changes in pressure in the ventricles and atria, aorta and veins during diastole and systole  Changes in blood volume in the ventricle, atria, aorta and veins during CC  Typical values for pres...

Physiology
PHSL232
Regis Lamberts
PHSL232 Lecture Notes - Pulmonary Valve, Intercalated Disc, Endoplasmic Reticulum

Objectives:  Why a CVS?  Structure of the heart  The primary importance of this design of the CVS for maintaining blood flow and blood pressure  Physiological and physical factors of CVS and the equations re...

Physiology
PHSL232
Regis Lamberts

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