Class Notes for Exercise and Nutritional Sciences at San Diego State University (SDSU)

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SDSUENS 332CannonFall

ENS 332 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Lung Volumes, Pulmonary Circulation, Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease

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1 Oct 2016
6
Negative pressure keeps lungs stuck to the chest wall n = number of moles of gas. Decrease in pressure = increase in volume. Normal: total lung capacit
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SDSUENS 332CannonFall

ENS 332 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Mount Everest, Intrapleural Pressure, Thoracic Wall

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12 Jan 2017
1
Po2 of 90 torr is about 4000m (pikes peak: mount everest is less than 50 torr. Atmosphere lungs across blood-gas barrier circulation capillary bed musc
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SDSUENS 332CannonFall

ENS 332 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Pressure Overload, Angiotensin, Myofibril

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2 Oct 2016
7
Pressure overload: due to increased systolic pressure (high blood pressure, increased wall stress, signals a cascade of regulatory proteins that would
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SDSUENS 304Fabio ComanaSpring

ENS 304 Lecture 11: Muscle Physiology

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4 Feb 2017
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SDSUENS 332CannonFall

ENS 332 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Asymptote, Citric Acid Cycle, Acetyl Group

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30 Sep 2016
3
The shape of the relationship matters: hyperbolic shape asymptote of critical power, everything above is sustainable exercise, everything below is non-
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SDSUENS 333CannonFall

ENS 333 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease, Hyperinflation, Vital Capacity

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12 Jan 2017
1
64 million people diagnosed around the world. 4th leading cause of death according to the who: predicted to rise to number 3 by 2030. 15 million americ
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SDSUENS 332CannonFall

ENS 332 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Patient Safety, Earlobe, Monark

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30 Sep 2016
15
Experimenter 2: patient safety responsible for touching patient and encouraging the patient, cpr minimum, bp monitoring, borg ratings, etc, responsible
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SDSUENS 332CannonFall

ENS 332 Lecture 5: Cardiovascular 2

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2 Oct 2016
6
Pressure (y-axis) and function of ventricular volume (x-axis) Skip over phase 1: phase 1 was atrial contraction. Small bump in pressure due to the atri
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SDSUENS 333CannonFall

ENS 333 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Renal Function, Chronic Kidney Disease, Peritoneal Dialysis

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18 Oct 2016
8
Early adopter of using microscopy and histology for diagnosis and study. Early work was striated muscle, but by age 25 discovered and described what is
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SDSUENS 332CannonFall

ENS 332 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Distal Convoluted Tubule, Proximal Tubule, Renal Pelvis

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18 Oct 2016
6
Germ theory development and understanding the mechanisms of microorganisms causing infection/disease. Functional anatomy publication one of the most co
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SDSUENS 332CannonFall

ENS 332 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Aortic Insufficiency, Aortic Aneurysm, Aortic Valve

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18 Oct 2016
4
Discovered a connective tissue disorder, affects fibrillin. Tend to be tall, have long appendages, and often have scoliosis. Autosomal dominant, just n
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SDSUENS 304Fabio ComanaSpring

ENS 304 Lecture 12: Resistance Training & Muscle Responses

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4 Feb 2017
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