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