In reading the story about Joseph, I am completing a case study about Joseph which is a 38 male, that was having a heart attack, or in medical terms a Myocardial Infarction (MI), Acute Myocardial Infarction (AMI) or an Acute Coronary Syndrome. Who knew that there were so many different terms used for something as simple as heart attack which is what the normal person understands. Joseph is a 38 year old male that was feeling the pressure and stress of working full time and having a family. On this specific day, Joseph had taken his son out to play some baseball, something that was a long time coming meaning both Joseph and his some needed some father son bonding and alone time. While the two of them were playing Joseph felt some tightness in his chest. At this point Joseph just put it off of being under a lot of stress, not realizing he was having symptoms of a heart attack. He just really believe it was due to the amount of stress that he had at work, and thought that having this time off would benefit him and his son.
Joseph was playing baseball with his son, when he fell to the ground. His son had no idea what was going on, at first his son thought that he (his dad) was just playing with him at this point he was having a heart attack. Assuming Joseph heart had stopped, the cellular process and membrane functions will be affected by a loss of oxygen and blood glucose. The cells continue to work quickly causing the ATP to be burned up more quickly. Without the production of ATP the cells in Josephs body would be begin to die, meaning that there are vital organs that would be affected.
All of Joseph intracellular organelles have membranes as part of their structure, with ATPase’s transferring calcium from the cytosol to the endoplasmic reticulum the cardiac muscle cells. Without the membranes the cytosol levels would begin to raise, without these channels in the membrane, and no regulation, it eventually would cause the attack on...
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