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Physiology of Human Body Systems

PHYL2001 Final: PHYL2001 Revision The Heartbeat 2
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PHYL2001: Lecture 7: The Heartbeat 2 Propagation of Cardiac AP: AP starts at sinoatrial node (SA node) Conducted through atrium AP delayed @ AV AP enter BoH (Bundle of His) (rapid) AP enter PF (rapid) Ventricles depo...

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PHYL2001
Tony Bakker
PHYL2001 Study Guide - Final Guide: Pericardium, Heart Valve, Qrs Complex
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PHYL2001: Lecture 7: The Heartbeat 4 Ventricular Volume: Ventricle ll with blood during diastole Atrial systole adds more blood to ventricles First heart sound: rise in pressure When pressure rises, there is no change ...

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PHYL2001
Tony Bakker
PHYL2001 Study Guide - Final Guide: Electrical Resistance And Conductance, Pacemaker Potential, Chronotropic
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PHYL2001: Lecture 7: The Heartbeat Learning Outcomes: Dene: SA node, AV node, PF Describe conduction of electrical signals through heart Dene automaticity, ectopic, chronotropic Describe origin of heart beat, and actio...

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PHYL2001
Tony Bakker
PHYL2001 Final: PHYL2001 Revision The Heartbeat 3
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PHYL2001: Lecture 7: The Heartbeat 3 Complete Heart Block: Heart block = AV node fails = no connection between A and V Atria beating Ventricles not beating Atria beating faster rate because of SA node presence Ventri...

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PHYL2001
Tony Bakker
PHYL2001 Study Guide - Final Guide: Mean Arterial Pressure, Pulmonary Artery, Pulmonary Vein
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PHYL2001: Lecture 6: Cardio Output 2 Values/Denitions to know: - Diastolic pressure = lowest systemic arterial pressure during diastole - = 80mmHg - Systolic pressure = highest systemic arterial pressure during systole...

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PHYL2001
Tony Bakker
PHYL2001 Study Guide - Final Guide: Hepatic Veins, Pulse Pressure, Diastole
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PHYL2001: Lecture 6: Cardio Output 1 Lecture Outcomes: VERY IMPORTANT - will be examined - List and dene compartments of CVS - Dene: HR, SV, CO, VR - Memorise values for those mentioned above - List variables aecting C...

Physiology
PHYL2001
Tony Bakker
PHYL2001 Study Guide - Final Guide: Oncotic Pressure, Protein Catabolism, Blood Transfusion
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PHYL2001: BLOOD 1 Females vs males: Females have lesser water because more adipocytes (no water) Fluids Majority of uids in ECF is interstitial uid (bulk of ECF) followed by plasma then the lymph Organs Solid organs (...

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PHYL2001
Tony Bakker
PHYL2001 Study Guide - Final Guide: Carbamino, Eosin, Eosinophil
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PHYL2001: Lecture 5: BLOOD 2 CO2: Not bound to heme part of Hb but binds to proteins in RBC (non selectively to all proteins) carbamino compounds not only for Hb Oxygen it binds to heme in Hb Hb has 4 subunits 2 alph...

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PHYL2001
Tony Bakker
PHYL2001 Final: PHYL2001 Revision Endocrine System
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PHYL02001 Revision: ENS Hormones: Steroid hormones vs peptide hormones Tyrosine small molecules > dopamine, adrenaline, thyroxine Endocrine signalling: THE HYPOTHALAMICHYPOPHYSEAL SYSTEM brain release hormones, then ca...

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PHYL2001
Tony Bakker
PHYL2001 Study Guide - Final Guide: Sinus Venosus, Atrioventricular Node, Sinoatrial Node
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LAB 1: PHYL2001 Contraction of heart under control of SA node on RA SA node has specialised pacemaker cells, rhythmically producing electrical signal, initiating contraction of heart Travel through internodal pathway in...

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PHYL2001
Tony Bakker
PHYL2001 Study Guide - Final Guide: Sensory Nerve, Skeletal Muscle, Homeostasis
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PHYL2001: Revision CNS 3 Homeostasis: = Maintenance of a relatively stable internal environment e.g. Temperature [O 2] pH levels of nutrients waste products electrolytes (especially Na, K, Cl), too much Cl die (coma)...

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PHYL2001
Tony Bakker
PHYL2001 Study Guide - Final Guide: Heart Valve, Carotid Body, Electronvolt
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Final Revision PHYL2001 REPIRATORY: Asthma obstructive FEV 1 decrease FEV1FVC decrease PEFR decrease Compliance increase because air trapped stretch lungs RV increased Pulmonary brosis Restrictive FEV1 might incr...

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PHYL2001
Tony Bakker
PHYL2001 Study Guide - Final Guide: Dipalmitoylphosphatidylcholine, Pulmonary Compliance, Intrapleural Pressure
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PHYL2001: Revision Respiratory Lectures 23 Constantly (diagram): 1) ATP pump: K+ in, Na+ out (ACTIVE) 2) So that Na+ can passively enter cell, H+ can exit (cotransport) 3) H+ exit into lumen + HCO3 4) Equation follows: H2C...

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PHYL2001
Tony Bakker
PHYL2001 Study Guide - Final Guide: Oncotic Pressure, Coagulation, Carbamino
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PHYL2001 Revision Blood Blood: total body water = 60 of body weight (male), 50 of body weight (female) 23 of TBW is in ICF 13 of TBW is in ECF 20 of ECF is plasma, remaining 80 is lymph and interstitial uid 5L blood f...

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PHYL2001
Tony Bakker
PHYL2001 Study Guide - Final Guide: Sweat Gland, Adrenal Gland, Vagus Nerve
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CNS: ORAL TOPICS POINTERS PHYL2001 GLUCOCORTICOIDS CRH in hypothalamus > stimulates ACTH in APG > adrenal glands to produce glucocorticoids Cortisol is a type of glucocorticoids cortisol prevents WBC going to site of in...

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PHYL2001
Tony Bakker

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