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Cardiovascular Anatomy and Physiology Part One: The Heart
Location of the Heart
The APEX (bottom) is formed by?
The BASE (top) is at what level?
The anterior surface consists primaril…
-Hollow muscular organ... -Located in the middle of the thoracic…
Left ventricle
Approximately at the level of the 2nd costal cartilages
Right ventricle
Location of the Heart
-Hollow muscular organ... -Located in the middle of the thoracic…
The APEX (bottom) is formed by?
Left ventricle
anatomy and physiology- chapter 18 the heart
pulmonary circuit
systemic circuit
coronary artery
coronary veins
right side of heart receives O2 poor blood. Blood goes into l…
left side of heart receives oxygen-rich blood. Blood pumped f…
blood exits heart from aorta
blood enters vena cava
pulmonary circuit
right side of heart receives O2 poor blood. Blood goes into l…
systemic circuit
left side of heart receives oxygen-rich blood. Blood pumped f…
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Chapter 2: Anatomy and Physiology of the Heart
Aorta
Aortic Semilunar Valve
Atroventricular (AV) Node
Sinoatrial (SA) Node
The largest artery of the body, which transports oxygenated b…
Valve located in the aorta that prevents the backflow of bloo…
Delays the electrical impulse to allow the atria to complete…
An area of specialized cells in the upper right atrium that i…
Aorta
The largest artery of the body, which transports oxygenated b…
Aortic Semilunar Valve
Valve located in the aorta that prevents the backflow of bloo…
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Heart Physiology: Anatomy Exam 2
Intrinsic Conduction
Autorhythmic Pathway of Depolarization
Sinoatrial Node (SA)
AV Node
Autorhythmic cells have unstable resting membrane potentials…
Sinoatrial node--> AV node-->bundle of his-->bundle branches-…
upper part of the right atrium, the pacemaker of the heart th…
Sits on top of the inter ventricular septum, where the impuls…
Intrinsic Conduction
Autorhythmic cells have unstable resting membrane potentials…
Autorhythmic Pathway of Depolarization
Sinoatrial node--> AV node-->bundle of his-->bundle branches-…
Digestive Physiology, Nutrition and Heart anatomy
... and ... are responsible for the co…
Nervous response to a bolus in the sto…
Hormonal response to a bolus in the st…
What is the name of the duodenum endoc…
Hormonal Responses ... the Autonomous Nervous System
Food travels down the esophagus---> cardiac (esophageal) sphi…
Presence of food in the antrum stimulate gastin secretion by…
GIP... -closes pyloric sphincter to prevent the passing of food…
... and ... are responsible for the co…
Hormonal Responses ... the Autonomous Nervous System
Nervous response to a bolus in the sto…
Food travels down the esophagus---> cardiac (esophageal) sphi…
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Anatomy and Physiology Chapter 19 - The Heart
Systemic Circuit
Mediastinum
Pericardium
Pericardial sac
supplies blood to every organ of the body, including other pa…
the thick partition between the lungs the heart lies within
the heart is enclosed within this double-walled sac; the oute…
Also known as the parietal pericardium, it is a tough, superf…
Systemic Circuit
supplies blood to every organ of the body, including other pa…
Mediastinum
the thick partition between the lungs the heart lies within
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Anatomy and Physiology Ch. 20 The Heart
base
apex
mediastinum
epicardium
the upper portion of the heart that sits posterior to the ste…
the lower portion of the heart located near the left fifth in…
the central compartment of the thoracic cavity in which the h…
the outer layer of the heart wall; also called the visceral p…
base
the upper portion of the heart that sits posterior to the ste…
apex
the lower portion of the heart located near the left fifth in…
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Anatomy and Physiology Ch. 20 The Heart
pulmonary circuit
systemic circuit
arteries
veins
carries blood to and from the gas exchange surfaces of the lu…
transports blood to and from the rest of the body
efferent vessels that carry blood away from the heart
afferent vessels that return blood to the heart.
pulmonary circuit
carries blood to and from the gas exchange surfaces of the lu…
systemic circuit
transports blood to and from the rest of the body
Anatomy & Physiology Test Prep: HEART
The heart is ___ chambered
2 levels of the heart are the ________…
This level of the heart is thinner and…
This level is often referred to as the…
four
atria , ventricles
Atria
Atria
The heart is ___ chambered
four
2 levels of the heart are the ________…
atria , ventricles
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Human Anatomy and Physiology II | Chapter 20 | Heart, Anatomy and Physiology (Heart), Anatomy and Physiology Heart Test Review
Functions of the heart
Regulating blood supply
Apex
Base
-Generate blood pressure... -Routing blood: seperates pulmonary…
Function that changes contraction rate and force math blood d…
The blunt rounded point of the cone; inferior part of the hea…
Flat part at opposite of end of cone
Functions of the heart
-Generate blood pressure... -Routing blood: seperates pulmonary…
Regulating blood supply
Function that changes contraction rate and force math blood d…
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Anatomy & Physiology 2: Blood, Heart, and Blood Vessels
Plasma
Blood
Functions of Blood
Hemopoiesis
Consists of water, protein, and other solutes
Liquid connective tissue consisting of cells surrounded by a…
Transports oxygen, carbon dioxide, nutrients, hormones, and h…
The process of producing blood cells
Plasma
Consists of water, protein, and other solutes
Blood
Liquid connective tissue consisting of cells surrounded by a…
67 terms
Anatomy and Physiology (Heart), Anatomy and Physiology Heart Test Review
Define circulatory system (cardiovascu…
What does the circulatory system consi…
What does the circulatory system trans…
What is often called the "pump" of the…
Often referred to as the "transportation" system of the body.
Heart, blood vessels, and blood.
Oxygen and nutrients to the body cells and carbon dioxide and…
The heart; a muscular hollow organ.
Define circulatory system (cardiovascu…
Often referred to as the "transportation" system of the body.
What does the circulatory system consi…
Heart, blood vessels, and blood.
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Anatomy & Physiology Chapter 20: The Heart
What are the functions of the heart?
Where is the heart located in the thor…
What is an artery?
What is a vein?
generating blood pressure, routing blood, ensuring one-way bl…
deep within the thoracic cavity in the mediastinum
vessels that carry blood from the heart; aorta and pulmonary…
vessels that return blood to the heart; superior/inferior ven…
What are the functions of the heart?
generating blood pressure, routing blood, ensuring one-way bl…
Where is the heart located in the thor…
deep within the thoracic cavity in the mediastinum
Anatomy and Physiology Pathway and Parts of the Heart
1
2
3
4
Blood goes into the Superior and Inferior Vena Cava
Blood goes to the right Atrium
Blood flows into the right ventricle
Blood is pumped out the pulmonary artery to the lungs
1
Blood goes into the Superior and Inferior Vena Cava
2
Blood goes to the right Atrium
Anatomy and Physiology Ch. 20 The Heart
Pulmonary Circuit
Systemic Circuit
3 Types of Blood Vessels
Pulmonary Arteries
Blood to and from lungs
Blood to and from body
1.) Arteries ... 2.) Veins... 3.) Capillaries
Carries deoxygenated blood away from heart
Pulmonary Circuit
Blood to and from lungs
Systemic Circuit
Blood to and from body
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Essential Anatomy & Physiology chapter 12 (Anatomy of the Heart)
Epicardium
Mycardium
Endocardium
Right atrium (RA)
Serous membrane on the surface of the mycardium.
Heart muscle; forms the walls of the four chambers
Endothelium that lines the chambers and covers the valves; sm…
Receives deoxygenated blood from the body by way of superior…
Epicardium
Serous membrane on the surface of the mycardium.
Mycardium
Heart muscle; forms the walls of the four chambers
Human Anatomy 2: Heart Physiology
intrinsic conduction of the heart
pacemaker potential
sinoatrial node
AV node
autorhythmic cells have an unstable resting membrane potentia…
the action potential that is generated by the autorhythmic ce…
located in the very upper right portion of the heart and is a…
the wave of depolarization moves toward the AV node and is st…
intrinsic conduction of the heart
autorhythmic cells have an unstable resting membrane potentia…
pacemaker potential
the action potential that is generated by the autorhythmic ce…
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Anatomy and Physiology Lab Ex 30 Anatomy of the Heart
The heart is enclosed in a double-wall…
The heart is divided into how many cha…
What is the name of the 2 RECEIVING ch…
Major function of the cardiovascular s…
Pericardium
4 Chambers
Left and Right ATRIUM
Transportation. It carries oxygen, digested foods, cell waste…
The heart is enclosed in a double-wall…
Pericardium
The heart is divided into how many cha…
4 Chambers
Heart Anatomy
Left atrium (location)
Right atrium (location)
Left ventricle (location)
Right ventricle (location)
Left atrium (location)
Right atrium (location)
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Right heart anatomy, physiology, and hemodynamics
location of right ventricle
RV shape
4 major anatomy of RV
sections of the RV
most anterior of all cardiac chambers; behind sternum
triangular
TV/PV... papillary muscles... chordae tendineae... muscular bands
inlet... trabecular/apical... outlet/infundibulum/conus
location of right ventricle
most anterior of all cardiac chambers; behind sternum
RV shape
triangular
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Ch. 12 - The Heart - Anatomy and Physiology
Where is the heart located?
What sac contains the heart?
What is the bottom portion of the heart?
What intercostal space is the apex loc…
In the mediastinum between the lungs
Pericardial sac in the pericardial cavity
The apex
5th
Where is the heart located?
In the mediastinum between the lungs
What sac contains the heart?
Pericardial sac in the pericardial cavity
Lab heart anatomy and physiology 2
Epicardium( visceral pericardium)
Endocardium
Myocardium
Cusps of tricuspid valve
Serous membrane covering heart... Adipose in thick layer in some…
Smooth inner lining of the heart and blood vessels... Covers the…
Layer of cardiac muscle
valve between the right atrium and right ventricle
Epicardium( visceral pericardium)
Serous membrane covering heart... Adipose in thick layer in some…
Endocardium
Smooth inner lining of the heart and blood vessels... Covers the…
Anatomy & Physiology Lab II Heart Physiology
Autorhythmic
Conduction system
How do cardiac muscle cells trigger he…
Components of the conduction system
Cardiac muscle cells are self-excitable
The route for propagating action potentials through the heart…
They repeatedly generate spontaneous action potentials
1. Sinoatrial (SA) node... 2. Atrioventricular (AV) node... 3. Atri…
Autorhythmic
Cardiac muscle cells are self-excitable
Conduction system
The route for propagating action potentials through the heart…
18 terms
Anatomy and Physiology Quiz 1 Endocrine Tissues and the Heart
Pericardium
Myocardium
Left atrium
Auricle of left atrium
Pericardium
Myocardium
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Anatomy quiz 11B physiology of heart
Ischemia
Fibrillation
Trachycardia
Bradycardia
Lack of blood supply to the heart resulting in fibrillation
rapid, shuddering of the heart
Rapid heart rate, over 100 beats per minute
Slower than normal heart rate, less than 60 bpm
Ischemia
Lack of blood supply to the heart resulting in fibrillation
Fibrillation
rapid, shuddering of the heart
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Anatomy and Physiology of the Heart- Test 1
The ____ side of the heart receives ox…
the ____ side of the heart receives th…
the heart is snugly enclosed within th…
List the 5 functions of the CV system
right
left
medastinum
transport... respiration... elimination... regulation... protection
The ____ side of the heart receives ox…
right
the ____ side of the heart receives th…
left
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Anatomy & Physiology 2 - Heart and Blood
The Nucleus
Components of the cytoskeleton may inc…
Each of the following is an example of…
Membrane proteins perform which of the…
Most of a cells DNA is located in
A. Intermediate filaments... B. Microfilaments... C. Thick Filament…
A. Cilia... B. Centrioles... C. Ribosomes... D. Cytoskeleton... E. Lysoso…
A. Recognition... B. Receptors... C. Enzymes... D. Anchoring... E. All ar…
The Nucleus
Most of a cells DNA is located in
Components of the cytoskeleton may inc…
A. Intermediate filaments... B. Microfilaments... C. Thick Filament…
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Anatomy and Physiology Ch.19 The Heart Test 2
What are the 2 major divisions of the…
Pulmonary circuit
Systemic circuit
Mediastinum
Pulmonary and systemic circuit
primarily the right side of the heart; pumps blood to the lungs
primarily the left side of the heart; pumps blood to the rest…
centrally located between the lungs; contains the heart and g…
What are the 2 major divisions of the…
Pulmonary and systemic circuit
Pulmonary circuit
primarily the right side of the heart; pumps blood to the lungs
Human Anatomy & Physiology: Blood and Heart
What three things make up blood?
What makes up the majority of blood?
Which cells have no nucleus?
Why do these cells not have a nucleus?
Plasma, erythrocites, leukocytes
Plasma
Red blood cells
To carry more oxygen
What three things make up blood?
Plasma, erythrocites, leukocytes
What makes up the majority of blood?
Plasma
THE CARDIOVASCULAR SYSTEM: ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY OF THE HEART
The pulmonary circuit
The systematic circuit
What are the 3 major types of blood ve…
Arteries
The right half of the heart carries deoxygenated blood to the…
The left half of the heart carries oxygenated blood to the bo…
arteries, veins, capillaries
carry blood away from the heart
The pulmonary circuit
The right half of the heart carries deoxygenated blood to the…
The systematic circuit
The left half of the heart carries oxygenated blood to the bo…
50 terms
Anatomy & Physiology 2 - Blood and Heart
The percent fraction of formed element…
Which of the following is a function o…
Formed elements make up about what per…
Whole blood for testing in a clinical…
hematocrit
transport of nutrients and wastes, transport of body heat, tr…
45 percent
a superficial vein
The percent fraction of formed element…
hematocrit
Which of the following is a function o…
transport of nutrients and wastes, transport of body heat, tr…
133 terms
Anatomy and Physiology of the Heart- Test 1
The ____ side of the heart receives ox…
the ____ side of the heart receives th…
the heart is snugly enclosed within th…
List the 5 functions of the CV system
right
left
medastinum
transport... respiration... elimination... regulation... protection
The ____ side of the heart receives ox…
right
the ____ side of the heart receives th…
left
30 terms
Anatomy Quiz Foster Physiology of the Heart
1000
atrial
ventricular
regulation
how many times does the heart pump the bodys supply of blood…
what cells beat 60 times per minute
what cells beat 20-40 times per minute
_________ of heart activity is controlled by the nerves of th…
1000
how many times does the heart pump the bodys supply of blood…
atrial
what cells beat 60 times per minute
16 terms
Heart Anatomy
aorta
superior vena cava
right atrium
left atrium
aorta
superior vena cava
73 terms
Anatomy and Physiology The Heart and blood vessels
Where is the heart located ?
The valves function?
What structure is attached to surface…
When do the SL valves open?
mediastinum
assure one way passage of blood through the heart
chordae tendineae secured by papillary muscles.
when the ventricles contract
Where is the heart located ?
mediastinum
The valves function?
assure one way passage of blood through the heart
26 terms
Heart Anatomy
superior vena cava
inferior vena cava
right atrium
tricuspid valve
superior vena cava
inferior vena cava
27 terms
Topic 1: Applied Anatomy and Physiology (the heart)
HR
Bpm
Resting heart rate
Working heart rate
stands for Heart Rate.
stands for beats per minute.
is your heart rate while resting (not doing exercise)
is your heart rate when working (doing exercise)
HR
stands for Heart Rate.
Bpm
stands for beats per minute.
60 terms
Heart Physiology
Cardiac Muscle (2)
Contraction in contractile cardiac cells
Cardiac Muscle
Pacemaker potential
1) means of stimulation... 2)organ instead of motor unit ... contra…
1) influx of sodium by opening of voltage regulated fast sodi…
(non contractile) has intrinsic ability to depolarize/contract
this slow depolarization is due to both opening of sodium cha…
Cardiac Muscle (2)
1) means of stimulation... 2)organ instead of motor unit ... contra…
Contraction in contractile cardiac cells
1) influx of sodium by opening of voltage regulated fast sodi…
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Anatomy and Physiology: Heart Chambers, Valves, and Vessels
receive blood from the body
atria attach to...
pump blood to the body
why is left ventricle thicker than rig…
atria
auricles
ventricle
has more work to do
receive blood from the body
atria
atria attach to...
auricles
54 terms
Fundamentals of Anatomy & Physiology (9th Edition) Chapter 20 - The Heart
2 layers of pericardium
Outer fibrous pericardium's job:
2 layers of serous pericardium
Outer parietal pericardium's job:
Outer fibrous and Inner serous (which itself has 2 layers)
anchors the heart in place
Outer parietal and Inner visceral
lines inner layer of fibrous pericardium
2 layers of pericardium
Outer fibrous and Inner serous (which itself has 2 layers)
Outer fibrous pericardium's job:
anchors the heart in place
14 terms
The Circulation of the Heart- Adv. Anatomy/Physiology
Vena Cava
Right Attrium
Tricuspid Valve
Right Ventricle
1
2
3
4
Vena Cava
1
Right Attrium
2
Anatomy and Physiology- Heart&Blood (exam 1)
superior vena cava (anterior is the bo…
aortic arch
Left common carotid artery
Left subclavian artery
superior vena cava (anterior is the bo…
aortic arch
Anatomy & Physiology Lab II Heart Anatomy
Where is the heart located?
What are the 3 layers of the heart?
What is the pericardium?
What is the myocardium composed of?
The mediastinum within the thoracic cavity
1. Epicardium (also known as the visceral layer of the serous…
A triple layer sac that surrounds the heart... 1. Outer fibrous…
Cardiac muscle tissue
Where is the heart located?
The mediastinum within the thoracic cavity
What are the 3 layers of the heart?
1. Epicardium (also known as the visceral layer of the serous…
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Heart anatomy
Superior vena cava
right pulmonary artery
right pulmonary veins
right atrium
Identify # 1
Identify # 2
Identify # 3
Identify # 4
Superior vena cava
Identify # 1
right pulmonary artery
Identify # 2
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Heart Anatomy
Aorta
Atrioventricular node
sinoatrial node
Coronary Artery
Aorta
Atrioventricular node
Anatomy and Physiology- Heart&Blood (exam 1)
superior vena cava (anterior is the bo…
aortic arch
Left common carotid artery
Left subclavian artery
superior vena cava (anterior is the bo…
aortic arch
Heart physiology
Review the flow of blood through the h…
systemic circulation
pulmonary circulation
R & L atria
-deoxyenated blood from body to heart returns to the heart th…
- systemic circuit the blood vessels that carry blood to and…
-the blood vessels that carry blood to and from the lungs
- RA receives blood from vena cava ... -LA receives blood from 4…
Review the flow of blood through the h…
-deoxyenated blood from body to heart returns to the heart th…
systemic circulation
- systemic circuit the blood vessels that carry blood to and…
Anatomy & Physiology Practical 2 - Parts of Heart
Sinoatrial Node
Atrioventricular Node
Bundle of His
Purkinje fibers
Sinoatrial Node
Atrioventricular Node
Unit 21&22: Heart Anatomy and Physiology
What are the 3 layers of the heart?
Epicardium (Visceral Pericardium):
Myocardium:
Endocardium:
1. Epicardium (visceral pericardium)... 2. Myocardium... 3. Endocar…
-Outtermost layer of the heart... -Serous membrane covering the…
-Middle layer-actual muscle of the heart ... -Muscles spiral aro…
-Innermost layer of the heart (endothelium)... -Covers the valve…
What are the 3 layers of the heart?
1. Epicardium (visceral pericardium)... 2. Myocardium... 3. Endocar…
Epicardium (Visceral Pericardium):
-Outtermost layer of the heart... -Serous membrane covering the…
Anatomy and Physiology 2: Section 6 - The Heart
Superior vena cava
Pulmonary trunk
Aortic Arch
Acending aorta
Superior vena cava
Pulmonary trunk
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