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UWAPHYL2001Tony BakkerFall

PHYL2001 Final: PHYL2001 Revision The Heartbeat 2

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Ap starts at sinoatrial node (sa node) Ap enter boh (bundle of his) (rapid) Ventricles depolarise from endocardium to epicardium from apex to base. Sa
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PHYL2001 Study Guide - Final Guide: Pericardium, Heart Valve, Qrs Complex

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Atrial systole adds more blood to ventricles. When pressure rises, there is no change in volume. Heart relaxes, volume doesn"t change for awhile. Isovo
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PHYL2001 Study Guide - Final Guide: Electrical Resistance And Conductance, Pacemaker Potential, Chronotropic

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Describe conduction of electrical signals through heart. Describe origin of heart beat, and actions of autonomic neurotransmitters. De ne atrioventricu
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PHYL2001 Final: PHYL2001 Revision The Heartbeat 3

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= no connection between a and v. Atria beating faster rate because of sa node presence. Ventricle beats slower due to av node failing. Resulting in dis
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UWAPHYL2001Tony BakkerFall

PHYL2001 Study Guide - Final Guide: Mean Arterial Pressure, Pulmonary Artery, Pulmonary Vein

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Diastolic pressure = lowest systemic arterial pressure during diastole. Systolic pressure = highest systemic arterial pressure during systole. Blood pr
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PHYL2001 Study Guide - Final Guide: Hepatic Veins, Pulse Pressure, Diastole

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Lecture outcomes: very important - will be examined. List variables a ecting co (equation: co = hr x sv) Describe systemic and pulmonary circulations (
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PHYL2001 Study Guide - Final Guide: Oncotic Pressure, Protein Catabolism, Blood Transfusion

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Females have lesser water because more adipocytes (no water) Majority of uids in ecf is interstitial uid (bulk of ecf) Lymph is plasma that managed to
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PHYL2001 Study Guide - Final Guide: Carbamino, Eosin, Eosinophil

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Not bound to heme part of hb. But binds to proteins in rbc (non selectively to all proteins) 2 alpha and 2 beta (4 polypeptide chains = 1 heme unit) Bi
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PHYL2001 Final: PHYL2001 Revision Endocrine System

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Tyrosine - small molecules -> dopamine, adrenaline, thyroxine. Brain release hormones, then cascade of hormones to the body that control the body. Hypo
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PHYL2001 Study Guide - Final Guide: Sinus Venosus, Atrioventricular Node, Sinoatrial Node

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Contraction of heart under control of sa node on ra. Sa node has specialised pacemaker cells, rhythmically producing electrical signal, initiating cont
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PHYL2001 Study Guide - Final Guide: Sensory Nerve, Skeletal Muscle, Homeostasis

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= maintenance of a relatively stable internal environment. Waste products & electrolytes (especially na, k, cl), too much cl die (coma) Want to maintai
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PHYL2001 Study Guide - Final Guide: Heart Valve, Carotid Body, Electronvolt

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Compliance increase because air trapped - stretch lungs. Bp in atria > ventricle hence blood moves from a to v. When all valves close during contractio
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