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Life 103 Lab Week 1- August 24, 2016

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Life 103 Lab Week 1- August 24, 2016 LIFE 103

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These notes cover the cardiopulmonary system, also known a the parts of the human heart and the flow of blood through it.
Biology of Organisms Lab
Donna Weedman
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Biology, anatomy, The Heart, Blood, blood flow, bloodpressure




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Date Created: 08/25/16
August 24, 2016  Human Cardiopulmonary Physiology   heart ​ .  ​ lungs .    Surrounded by ​  pericardium  ​( protective sac )    Composed of 4 chambers   ● 2 types  ○ Ventricle ​ larger ​ pumping ​blood  ○ Atrium, ​ ollecti​ hamber, smaller  ● Right ​ trium  ● Left ​Atrium  ● Right ​Ventricle  ● Left ​Ventricle    Heart valves separate chambers  ● Composed of flaps called c​ usp  ● 2 atrioventricular valves  ○ bicuspid (mitral)  ○ Tricuspid   ● 2 semilunar valves  ○  pulmonary  ○ aortic  3 kinds of blood vessels  ● Arteries ­ away from heart  ● Veins ­ to the heart  ● Capillaries ­ gas exchange   Blood flow through the heart  1. Superior and inferior vena cava  2. Right atrium  3. Tricuspid valves  4. Right ventricle  5. Pulmonary valve  6. Pulmonary artery   7. Lungs ( where blood becomes oxygenated  8. Pulmonary veins  9. Left atrium   10. Bicuspid (mitral ) valve  11. Left ventricle  12. Aortic valve  13. Aorta  14. Body ( where blood becomes deoxygenated )    Blood pressure = pressure exerted by blood on the walls of the blood vessels      Measured systolic over diastolic (mm Hg)  ● Systolic ­ arterial blood pressure ­ contraction  ● Diastolic ­ venous blood pressure ­ relaxing  Lub ­ atrioventricular valves closing  Dub ­ semilunar valves closing   


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