Physioex 8 0 Exercise 33B Cardiovascular Dynamics Computer Simulation Essays and Term Papers

  • Physioex 8 Exercise 7

    pressure in the left lung was 0 and the right lung changed rapidly, the air moved into the intrapleural space through the opening, causing intrapleural pressure. 3. What has happened to the “Total Flow” rate? It was reduced by ½. 4. What is the pressure in the left lung? 0 5. Has the pressure in the...

      1006 Words | 4 Pages   Acid–base homeostasis, Respiratory system, Acidosis, Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease

  • Exercise 5 Cardiovascular Dynamics

    EXERCISE 5 Cardiovascular Dynamics O B J E C T I V E S 1. To understand the relationships among blood flow, pressure gradient, and resistance 2. To define resistance and describe the main factors affecting resistance 3. To describe Poiseuille’s equation and how it relates to cardiovascular dynamics...

      5735 Words | 20 Pages   Hematocrit, Heart, Human heart, Arteriole

  • Physioex 8 Exercise 3

    Exercise 3: Neurophysiology of Nerve Impulses Worksheet Assignment Due: Week 4 Student instructions: Follow the step-by-step instructions for this exercise found in your text and record your answers in the spaces below. Submit this completed document by the assignment due date found in the Syllabus...

      704 Words | 3 Pages   Stimulus (physiology), Action potential, Threshold potential, Axon

  • Exercise 8 Physioex 8.0

    Human Anatomy & Physiology Version 8.0 Physioex Exercise 8 CHEMICAL AND PHYSICAL PROCESSES OF DIGESTION - ANSWERS Please note: I do not include the charts as you still have to do the experiments and print the data and graphs. Activity 1 What do tubes 2, 6, and 7 reveal about pH and amylase...

      858 Words | 5 Pages   Enzyme, Amylase, Digestion

  • Physioex Exercise 8

    Exercise 8: Chemical and Physical Processes of Digestion: Activity 2: Exploring Amylase Substrate Specificity Lab Report Pre-lab Quiz Results You scored 100% by answering 5 out of 5 questions correctly. 1. Which of the following is true of enzymes and substrates? You correctly answered: c. Enzymes are...

      521 Words | 2 Pages   Polysaccharide, Maltose, Starch, Amylase

  • Physioex 8 Exercise 1

    generated? No 7. Would pressure be generated if solute concentrations were equal on both sides of the membrane? No it does not generate 8. Why or why not? They are isotonic, they do not contribute to the tonicity of a solution as they pass through 9. Would pressure be generated if...

      848 Words | 3 Pages   Osmosis, Tonicity, Dialysis (biochemistry), Na+/K+-ATPase

  • Physio Ex Lab Exercise 5 Cardiovascular Dynamics 1-4

    Name: Brenna Wiley Date: 17 June 2012 Title of Lab: Lab Report 2 Physio Ex Lab ExerciseCardiovascular Dynamics Learning Objectives: Activities 1-4 * To understand how blood vessel radius affects blood flow rate. * To understand how vessel radius is changed in the body. * To understand...

      1736 Words | 6 Pages   Hagen–Poiseuille equation, Vasodilation, Vasoconstriction, Blood pressure

  • Cardiovascular Dynamics

    The way that women were treated back in the days was pretty intense. Women did not have voices and were looked upon as weak human beings that were not to have a voice in the men’s world. Women were low on the pole, just above an animal. Men only wanted women for two things: sex and to take care of...

      652 Words | 2 Pages   Housewife

  • Cardiovascular Dynamics

    Cardiovascular Dynamics Vessel Resistance Key Terms: 1. Blood flow- the amount of blood moving through a body area or the entire cardiovascular system in a given amount of time. 2. Pheriphial resistance- the opposition to blood flow resulting from the friction developed as blood streams through...

      818 Words | 4 Pages   Blood flow, Blood pressure, Cardiac output, Stroke volume

  • Physioex 8 Exercise 10: Acid/Base Balance Worksheet

    during the curse of this run? If so, how? Yes, the PCO2 level dropped from 40 to 19.7 because the body was getting rid of CO2 by hyperventilating. 8. If you observed an acid/base imbalance during this run, how would you expect to renal system to compensate for this condition? The renal system would...

      1613 Words | 5 Pages   Hyperventilation, Apnea, Acidosis, Breathing

  • Physioex 8.0 Exercise 1

    Natalie Salaverria 01/21/11 LAB EXERCISE I After the first exercise : Simulating Simple diffusion Which Materials diffused from the left beaker to the right beaker? NaCl , Urea , Glucose Which did not ? Albumin Why ? Albumin’s Composition or charge was too great to diffuse through the...

      1284 Words | 5 Pages   Passive transport, Osmotic concentration, Osmotic pressure, Na+/K+-ATPase

  • Physio Ex Cardiovascular Dynamics

    Questions to Accompany Physio-Ex: Cardiovascular Dynamics 1. Describe the relationship between blood pressure and blood flow. Blood flow is the amount of blood flowing through a vessel, tissue, or organ during a given period of time and Blood pressure is the force exerted on a vessel wall by the...

      251 Words | 1 Pages   Vasodilation, Coronary circulation, Blood vessel, Hemorheology

  • Exercise 1 Physioex 9.0

    Exercise 1: Cell Transport Mechanisms and Permeability Worksheet Student Name: Student ID# Student instructions: Follow the step-by-step instructions for this exercise found in your lab manual and record your answers in the spaces below. Submit this completed document by the assignment due...

      1242 Words | 7 Pages   Semipermeable membrane, Active transport, Passive transport, Osmosis

  • PhysioEx Exercise 1

    Exercise 1: Cell Transport Mechanisms and Permeability: Activity 1: Simulating Dialysis (Simple Diffusion) Lab Report Pre-lab Quiz Results You scored 100% by answering 4 out of 4 questions correctly. 1. The driving force for diffusion is You correctly answered: b. the kinetic energy of the molecules...

      435 Words | 2 Pages   Membrane transport, Dialysis (biochemistry), Molecular diffusion

  • Physioex 8.0 Exercise 6

    Direct Heart Stimulation 1. Did you see any change in the trace? No change in the trace 2. Why or why not? This is because it needs more simulation 3. Did you see any change in the trace? I did see a change in the trace 4. Why or why not? There is double stimulation 5. Describe the...

      609 Words | 3 Pages   Cardiac cycle, Sympathetic nervous system, Vagus nerve, Muscle contraction

  • Computer Dynamics

    I. Computer Dynamics Computer Dynamics is a microcomputer software development company that has a 300-computer network. The company is located in three adjacent five-story buildings in an office park, with about 100 computers in each building. The current network is a poorly designed mix of Ethernet...

      387 Words | 1 Pages   Computer network, Network switch, Ethernet, Router (computing)

  • Anatomy and Physiology: Cardiovascular Dynamics

    PHYSIOEX 3.0 EXERCISE 33: CARDIOVASCULAR DYNAMICS Objectives 1. To define the following: blood flow; viscosity; peripheral resistance; systole; diastole; end diastolic volume; end systolic volume; stroke volume; cardiac output. 2. To explore cardiovascular dynamics using an experimental setup to ...

      5627 Words | 24 Pages   Hemorheology, Artery, Cardiac output, Circulatory system

  • Physioex Exercise 7

    is an example where such forced expiration would occur. Simulating Spirometry: Measuring Respiratory Volumes and Capacities This computerized simulation allows you to investigate the basic mechanical function of the respiratory system as you determine lung volumes and capacities. The concepts you...

      5407 Words | 19 Pages   Respiratory system, Pulmonary function testing, Chest, Rib cage

  • Physioex 8.0 Exercise 10

    Exercise 10: Acid/Base Balance Worksheet Assignment Due: Week 1 Student instructions: Follow the step-by-step instructions for this exercise found in your text and record your answers in the spaces below. Submit this completed document by the assignment due date found in the Syllabus. Please...

      1376 Words | 6 Pages   Breathing, Hyperventilation, Alkalosis, Metabolic acidosis

  • Physioex 8.0 Exercise 10

    change during the course of this run? If so, how? Yes the PCO2 levels did fluctuate over the course of this run decreased from 40mm Hg to 19.7mm Hg 8. If you observed an acid/base imbalance during this run, how would you expect to renal system to compensate for this condition? Renal compensation for...

      1709 Words | 6 Pages   Acidosis, Hypercapnia, Metabolic acidosis, Bicarbonate