• Exercise 32
    diagrammed on this page and the next. Identify all indicated blood vessels. Superficial temporal Occipital internal carotid external carotid vertebral branchiocephalic axillary circumflex ascending aorta brachial hepatic facial common carotid l. subclavian aortic arch desending aorta coronary...
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  • Review Sheet 32 Anatomy of Blood Vessels
    venous systems are diagrammed on this page and the next. Identify all indicated blood vessels. superficial temporal artery internal carotid artery external carotid artery right common carotid artery vertebral artery brachiocephalic trunk axillary artery anterior humeral cicumfle ascending aorta...
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  • Miss Fatty
    arterial distension, or stretch, resulting in TX69973_C13.fm Page 180 Thursday, February 26, 2004 10:40 AM 180 Essentials of Human Physiology for Pharmacy “storage” of a portion of this blood in these vessels. During diastole, when the heart relaxes, the arteries recoil and regain...
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  • Circulatory System
    temperature and pH to maintain homeostasis. This system may be seen strictly as a blood distribution network, but some consider the circulatory system as composed of the cardiovascular system, which distributes blood,[1] and the lymphatic system,[2] which distributes lymph. While humans, as well as...
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  • Ncp for Dialysy
    low-pressure venous system and should be palpable above venous exit site.Bruit is the sound caused by the turbulence of arterial blood entering venous system and should be audible by stethoscope, although may be very faint.Change of color from uniform medium red to dark purplish red suggests...
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  • Circulatory System
    pulmonary circulation. Color means: #000066 - venous blood; #FF0000 - arterial blood; #00CCFF - mixed blood. Two-chambered heart of a fish The circulatory systems of all vertebrates, as well as of annelids (for example, earthworms) andcephalopods (squids, octopuses and relatives) are closed, just...
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  • Wzhou22
    Cardiovascular System: Blood Vessels Laszlo Vass, Ed.D. Version 42-0008-01-01 Purpose Please explain the purpose of this lab. Include in your explanation the major concepts you learned and any safety concerns associated with the lab. Learning the structural and functional differences...
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  • Care for Cardiac Problems
    covering lipid core Unstable- liquid lip core (liquid is not stable) NEXT the fibrous lesions become calcified, hemorrhagic, ulcerated, or thrombosed and affect all layers of the vessel. Factors causing injury (see above) Chemical injury can be caused by elevated levels of toxins in the blood...
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  • Anatomy Review: the Heart
    of blood vessels. • To relate the blood pressure in the various parts of the vascular system to differences in blood vessel structure. Page 3. General Structure of Blood Vessel Walls • All blood vessels, except the very smallest, have three distinct layers or tunics. The tunics surround the...
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  • Future Dreams
    higher arterial pressure, though this varies with the individual and is highly dependent on autonomic nervous system response and the renin-angiotensin system.[21][22][23] • Resistance. In the circulatory system, this is the resistance of the blood vessels. The higher the resistance, the higher the...
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  • Year 3 UK Medicine Cardiology and Respiratory Notes
    muscle layer of the esophagus and the lower esophageal sphincter What is a Pulmonary Embolism? When there is migration of a venous emboli from the systematic veins into the pulmonary arterial system resuting in varying degrees of obstruction of pulmonary arterial blood flow. What are the causes...
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  • Hemodialysis Machine
    occur when the patient raises his/her hand, or when the needle is too close to the blood vessel wall. If the machine doesn't stop the blood vessel may be damaged and the patient may feel a sharp pain. This may also occur if the arterial line has kinks. What is important about the venous...
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  • Vascular Sounds, Abdominal,
    Cardiovascular system Major veins and arteries of the vascular system Finger on the pulse Arterial pulses are pressure waves of blood generated by the pumping action of the heart. All vessels in the arterial system have pulsations, but the pulsations can be felt only where an artery lies near...
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  • Cardiovascular System
    inner surfaces of the heart's chambers are lined with a thin sheet of shiny, white tissue known as the endocardium. The same type of tissue, more broadly referred to as endothelium, also lines the body's blood vessels, forming one continuous lining throughout the circulatory system. This lining...
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  • Cardiac
    patient’s cardiovascular system allows you to quickly identify any alterations that may complicate the patient's recovery. A complete assessment focuses not only on the heart—but on the arterial and venous systems as well—and includes an interview, physical exam, and diagnostic testing. Initial...
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  • Cardiovascular Lab 8
    AND THE PALPABLE PULSE Introduction: Cardiovascular system means the system of heart and blood vessels of human body. The term “cardiovascular” is a combination of two word; “Cardio” and “vascular”. The term “cardio” is derived from “cardiac” meaning Heart and the term “vascular” means...
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  • Adrenals (Surgery)
    greater ratio on one side than on the other identifying the culprit gland. * Adrenal venous sampling is recommended in all older patients. Yet others have recommended universal application of this test in the workup of primary hyperaldosteronism. * The utility of the test is limited by its low...
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  • Zoology - Study Notes
    these 2 types this semester. 4. How is 1-way flow maintained? a. venous valves with the help of contractions of skeletal muscle help promote 1-way flow through the vascular system (fig 47.17) Venus valve = when one valve closes, blood flows the other way. Muscle contraction – Muscle will...
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  • Cardiac Arrest
    arterial system. This value is important because it is the difference between MAP and the venous pressure that drives blood through the capillaries of the organs. Because more time is spent in diastole than in systole, MAP is not simply the average of the systolic and diastolic pressures.A simple...
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  • Handbook of Pathophysiology
    tangled masses of thin-walled, dilated blood vessels between arteries and veins that do not connect by capillaries. AVMs are common in the brain, primarily in the posterior portion of the cerebral hemispheres. Abnormal channels between the arterial and venous system mix oxygenated and unoxygenated...
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