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Conduction System Of The Heart And Electrocardiography Exercise 31

NAME ____________________________________ LAB TIME/DATE _______________________ R E V I E W S H E E T EXERCISE 31 Conduction System of the Heart and Electrocardiography The Intrinsic Conduction System 1. List the elements of the intrinsic conduction system in order, starting from the SA node. SA node → ATRIOVENTRICULAR (AV) NODE → → ATRIOVENTRICULAR (AV) BUNDLE BUNDLE BRANCHES PURKINJE FIBERS ATRIOVENTRICULAR (AV) NODE At what structure in the transmission sequence...

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Review Sheet Excercise 31: Conduction System of the Heart and Electrocardiography

The intrinsic Conduction System 1. List the elements of the intrinsic conduction system in order starting from the SA Node. SA node, AV Node, Av Bundle, left and right bundle branches, Purkinge fibers At what structure in the transmission sequence is the impulse delayed? Av Node Why? Allows completion of atrial contraction before initiation of ventricular systole. 2. Even though cardiac muscle has an inherent ability to beat. the nodal system plays a critical role in heart physiology. What...

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Heart Disease and Exercise

Heart disease in the United States is responsible for the death of five times as many women than is breast cancer yet many women are not aware of this fact. In addition, over four million Americans have congestive heart failure that costs the health care system over $10 billion annually. Regardless of the high risks of heart disease and failure which are reported, researchers have found that exercise and other preventative methods can reduce the risk of heart disease by 50 percent and exercise applied...

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Exercise and Heart

Improvements 6 The effect of exercise on the heart rate and breathing rate Introduction Aim: Finding out how exercise affects the heart rate and breathing rate. Hypothesis: Exercise exists in different forms and has many benefits; it improves the oxygen-carrying capacity of the blood, development of bones, strengthens muscles and the lungs capacity plus it can make you feel good. There are different exercises and intensities for different benefits. Lower intensity exercises are not designed to work...

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The Cardiovascular System: the Heart

18: The Cardiovascular System: The Heart You should be able to speak intelligently to all of these, but the bolded objectives are test material. Objectives Heart Anatomy 1. Describe the size, shape, location, and orientation of the heart in the thorax. 2. Name the coverings of the heart. 3. Describe the structure and function of each of the three layers of the heart wall. 4. Describe the structure and functions of the four heart chambers. Name each chamber and provide...

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How exercise effects heart rate

Effect of Exercise on Heart Rate. Aim: The aim of this experiment is to find out how different intensities of exercise effect the heart rate I will measure it in beats per minute using a polar heart rate monitor. Hypothesis: I predict that as I increase the intensity of the exercise I do, that my heart rate will increase. This is because as I exercise more intensely I will need more blood to my muscles to supply oxygen and take away carbon dioxide; therefore my heart is going to have to beat...

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Role Of The Heart In Exercise

During exercise your body must adapt to the added stress and pressure you are putting onto it. The heart plays a very important role in maintaining homeostasis during exercise. When exercising your heart rate increases and the “Left Heart” have to pump out more oxygenated blood to the entire body. The sympathetic nervous system also plays an important role during exercise. The sympathetic pathway comes out of the lower cervical and upper thoracic segments of the spinal cord. The sympathetic...

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Exercise and the Cardiovascular System and Respiratory System

of exercise on the body particularly looking at exercise to the cardiovascular system and respiratory system. Exercise is very important for a number of reasons. It helps prevent diseases, improves stamina and circulation of the blood, strengthens and tones the body, enhances flexibility, controls weight and most importantly improves our quality of life. Our bodies crave exercise, without it we are putting extra pressure on our vital organs to work harder than they should be. If you exercise you...

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The Effect of Exercise on Heart Rate

The Effect of Exercise on Heart Rate The aim of this investigation is to find out how different types of exercise can affect my heart rate. To measure and record my heart rate, I am going to undergo an experimental test. I am going to do 3 different types of exercise: walking, light jog and lastly hard running. First, I will draw out a table to record my results, and then I will measure my resting heart rate for one minute. To make the experiment as accurate as possible, I will...

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Exercise

CHAPTER 10 EXERCISE IN HOT AND COLD ENVIRONMENTS: THERMOREGULATION Learning Objectives Find out how the body gets rid of excess body heat to maintain homeostasis at rest and during exercise. Discover how the body adapts to exercise in a hot environment. Learn why humidity, wind, and cloud cover are important factors when exercising in the heat. Differentiate heat cramps from heat exhaustion from heat stroke. (continued) 1 Learning Objectives Learn how the body minimizes excessive...

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