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    The muscular system is the system of the body that contains smooth, skeletal, and cardiac muscle tissue. This system contains a variety of functions including movement of the body and of materials throughout the body, maintenance of posture, and heat production. Muscles are the only tissue in the body that have the ability to contract and therefore move the other parts of the body. The muscular system is important because without it, life would completely stop. Muscles produce not only…

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    Mandatory Cpr

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    With CPR and First Aid training you could learn how to bring someone back to life, help them stop choking, or more simple procedures such as making a tourniquet to stop bleeding. If CPR is performed close to a cardiac arrest, choking, or whatever it may be can triple a person’s chance of survival. “Cardiovascular disease is the leading cause of death in the United States” (Monette, Michael. 2012). If teachers take a stand to advise students to be bold and encourage…

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    Muscles Research Paper

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    Many people think that muscles are mainly just for being strong and fit, but muscles do much more than that. Muscles are cellular fibers that contract and retract on bones, causing movement. This allows people and animals to move from one place to the other. There are several different types of muscles, including fast and slow twitch muscles, skeletal muscles, striated muscles, smooth muscles, and more. Every muscle serves a purpose, and each is vital to a person’s well-being. Muscles work…

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    Premature Ventricular Contraction A premature ventricular contraction is an irregularity in the normal heart rhythm. These contractions are extra heartbeats that occur too early in the normal sequence. In most cases, these contractions are harmless and do not require treatment. CAUSES Premature ventricular contractions may occur without a known cause. In healthy people, the extra contractions may be caused by: • Smoking. • Drinking alcohol. • Caffeine. • Certain medicines. • Some…

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    muscle in a woman’s uterus or womb helps to push out the baby out of the mother’s body. Smooth muscles in the bladder give people the ability to hold in their urine and help excrete urine. The last main muscle cell is the cardiac cell, controls the beating of the heart. Cardiac muscles continually contracts (become smaller) and relaxes (becomes larger), pumping blood around your body 60 to 70 times a minute, 100,00 times a…

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    opened his eyes, was sent to hospital, and was released a few days later. Another story includes Ralph Harms, 78, and his son Joe, and his friend Doug Green. After a great shot, he exclaimed “Yeah baby!” and collapsed right there on the course from cardiac arrest. Luckily four years ago, Joe was shown by Ralph how to do chest compressions. While Doug called 911, Joe continued, while performing CPR, Ralph’s heart started and stopped 3 times. He would not have survived and spent 3 days in a…

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    Cpr Informative Speech

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    Saving Lives, Outside the Hospital (Informative Speech) Bradley Dryden, Western Governor's University General purpose: To inform Specific purpose: To inform the general public of the need and efficacy of compression-only cardiopulmonary resuscitation. Thesis statement: Any attempt to perform CPR is better then no attempt at CPR. I. Introduction Imagine this situation. You are at a family dinner. Everyone is enjoying conversation after the meal, and you notice uncle Leroy with a worried look…

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    Essay On Stem Cells

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    us to gather new facts about the human body. Therefore, to completely understand how these cells affect our bodies, one must first be aware of the different types of muscles, which include skeletal, cardiac, and smooth muscles. Skeletal muscle is a muscle that is connected to the skeleton, while cardiac muscle, also called myocardial, is the muscular tissue of…

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    exercise can strengthen cardiac and respiratory variables by having them become more efficient (Salmon et al., 2003). As one exercises, work rate increases and the body must match the necessities of the respiratory and…

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    The results from the first experiment confirmed the hypothesis, to a certain extent, in that increasing stimulus strength will increase the force generated by the gastrocnemius muscle and visa versa till 0.2V, where the force germinated starts to decrease. As shown in Table 2 and Figure 2, the strength of the stimulus started from 0.00 V to 1.00V with 0.05 V and 0.10V intervals. At 0.10V the force generated by the muscle increases rapidly from 0mN to 288.33mN. The force generated by the muscle…

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