Practical 1 Artery and Vein terms and Heart Physiology

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What do the vertebral arteries supply

The circle of willis

What does the internal carotid artery supply

The brain

What does the circle of willis supply

The brain

What does the humeral circumflex supply

The shoulder joint

What does the femoral circumflex supply

Upper thigh

What does the phrenic artery supply

The diaphragm

What does the adrenal arteries supply

The adrenal glands

What does the vertebral veins drain

Circle of willis

What does the cephalic vein drain

Drains the arm into the axillary vein

What does the basilic vein drain

Parts of the hand and forearm

What does the median cubital vein drain

Drains the upper limb

A wave of electrical activity that causes an contraction

Depolarization

A return to a resting state

Repolarization

State of rest

Resting membrane potential

What is the resting membrane potential

-90 mv

What do action potentials control

Both depolarizating and repolarization

When fibers will not contract till it hits a certain point

threshold

What does threshold force

Depolarization

What is cardiac cycle

Everything that occurs in one heart beat

What happens during the P wave

Atrial depolarization

What happens during the QRS complex

Ventricular depolarization which will hide the atrial repolarization

What happens during the T wave

Ventricular repolarization

What measures the pulse

Plethysmograph

Another name for a heart attack

Myocardial infarction

Cardiac tissue death

Gross necrosis

Abnormally high resing heart rate

Trachycardia

Abnormally low resting heart rate

Brachycardia

What is considered trachycardia

Anything above 100 bpm

What is considered brachycardia

Anything below 50 bpm

Ventricular/Atria contraction

Systole

Ventricular/Atria relaxation

Diastole

Used to monitor the electrical activity occuring in the heart

ECG or EKG

What happens during the "lubb" portion of a heart beat

The AV valves will close

What happens during the "dupp" portion of a heart beat

Closing of the semilunar valves

Typical blood pressure`

120/80

Measures blood pressue

Sphygomomanometer

Hears the heartbeat

Stethoscope

Sound of the blood

Korotkoff sound

Pacemaker of the heart

SA node

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