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  • Congestive Heart Failure

    Congestive Heart Failure Heart failure is a progressive and chronic condition that occurs when the heart muscle is weak and unable to pump adequate blood in order to meet the need of the body for blood and oxygen (AHA, 2014). There are two types of Heart failure namely Left sided and right sided heart failure. According to Moore & Roth (2015), left-sided heart failure occurs when the left ventricle failed to pump proficiently. It prevents the body from receiving adequate oxygen-rich blood. The blood backs up into the lungs causing fluid to build up and causes shortness of breath. ventricular septal defect cardiomyopathy, anterior myocardial infarction cardiac tamponade, etc. are causes of left-sided heart failure. Right-sided heart failure…

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  • Anaesthesia Effect

    the precordium (upper chest) region of the rat. Retractors or spatulas will be used to increase exposure and visibility inside of the incision and to spread the rib cage. The heart will be exposed with retraction of the rib cage, allowing for the isolation of the region upon which the piezoelectric materials will be placed. Piezoelectric Interaction, Energy Conversion, and Detection Similar to the experiment conducted by Hwang and team in 2014, ECG sensing leads will be placed on both the…

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  • Athletic Heart Syndrome Analysis

    expected, alterations to the left ventricle are associated with athletic training. LV enlargement and increased wall thickness are typical findings among athletes. In endurance training, LV remodeling results in eccentric hypertrophy, which is an increase chamber dimension with an increase in wall thickness. Strength training results in concentric hypertrophy of the left ventricle which is described as thick walls with none or slight dilatation. Out of the two, concentric LVH is more common…

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  • Electrocardiogram Lab

    The chambers include the right and left atrium as well as the right and left ventricle. The atrium receives blood from the venous system while the ventricles pump blood into the arterial system. These pumps are able to provide circulation out to the pulmonary (right pump) and systemic system (left pump). When conducting this lab experiment, it is important to be familiar with an electrocardiogram. An electrocardiogram measures the electrical activity of the heart. The electrocardiogram displays…

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  • The Geriatric Cardiovascular System

    Data regarding the cardiovascular system of older adults is slightly limited, due to the fact that older people are usually not included in clinical trials. However, enough research has been done to identify common physiological changes in the geriatric cardiovascular system, such as: increased heart weight; decreased number of myocardial cells with enlargement of remaining cells; increased left ventricle wall thickness; increased arterial stiffness; increased elastin levels; increased collagen…

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  • Mechanical Ventilation Research Paper

    there can be effects from mechanical ventilation even on patients considered “healthy subjects”. Mechanical ventilation can cause a fall in the aortic flow and systolic blood pressure. Reasons for the fall in the blood pressure include: a decrease in left ventricular preload, a decreased right ventricular preload, an increased pulmonary vascular resistance (PBR), right ventricular afterload, and ventricular interdependence. Aortic pressures in cardiac output decrease at a fast rate during…

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  • Animal Physiology Lab Report

    Introduction: The heart rate of an animal can be used as an indicator to identify when a stimulus evokes a reaction from the animal. Specifically in the case of humans’, there tends to be the cognitive ability to physically withhold a reaction from a stimulus and mask the involuntary reaction. However, the heart rate reacts immediately after a stimulus, and is not reigned in or controlled cognitively, so could the heart potentially be a true indicator of an individuals reaction to a stimulus?…

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  • Physiology: A Case Study Of Poiseuille's Equation

    2. Physiology Q=(P1 - P2)/ R Q= flow The amount of a liquid moving past a point in a given amount of time. P=Pressure (P1-P2) The amount of force placed on an artery at any given point in time. R= resistance Is the force that must be overcome for flow to occur. Describe the basic flow equation and resistance equation as they relate to vascular flow. b. Define Poiseuille’s Equation, and describe the effect on blood flow of a change in each variable. Poiseuille's equation states that the…

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  • Pros And Cons Of Being An Athlete

    As expected, alterations to the left ventricle are associated with athletic training. LV enlargement and increased wall thickness are common finding among athletes. In endurance training, LV remodeling results in eccentric hypertrophy, which is an increase chamber dimension with an increase in wall thickness. Strength training results in concentric hypertrophy of the left ventricle which is described as thick walls with some dilation. Out of the two, concentric LVH is more common among athletes.…

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  • The Importance Of Exercise In The Human Body

    The decreased in resistance is caused by vasodilation done by specific metabolites like AMP, H+, and K+. Consequently, an increase in blood flow accords with a higher cardiac output that is determined by heart rate and stroke volume. At high work rate, cardiac output (amount of blood pumped by the heart per minute) composed by the product of stroke volume (amount of blood ejected from the left ventricle per beat) and heart rate can reach up to 90% of theoretical maximum value as well as having…

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