Cardiac cycle, contractility, cardiac pressure-volume loops, regulation of cardiac function, preload, Frank-Starling relationship, afterload, inotropy

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Department
Biomedical Science
Course
BMS 360
Professor
Douglas Ishii
Semester
Spring

Description
24 FebruaryLecture ObjectivesStudy GuideLearn the phases of the cardiac cycleUnderstand how pressurevolume loops are generated how they describe cardiac function and why this is importantUnderstand how cardiac output is regulatedThe Cardiac CycleCoordinated activity of the chambers and valves of the heartAtrial systoleisovolumetric contraction ventricular systoleventricular diastolePhases of the Cardiac CycleInflowIsovolumetric contractionOutflowIsovolumetric relaxationStroke volumeenddiastolic volumeendsystolic volumeEjection fractionSVEDVSame things happen on left and right side of heart but right side is lower pressureContractility of the heartcardiac performanceHow to evaluate in the clinicThe endsystolic pressurevolume relationship ESPVR is used most frequently to describe cardiac contractility
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