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Anesthesia Chapter 7 vocab
Absolute contraindication
Bradycardia
Cardiac dose
Concomitant
The offending drug should not be administered to the individu…
Decreased heart rate
A vasoconstrictor dose that can be administered safely to pat…
Two or more drugs in the systemic circulation at the same time
Absolute contraindication
The offending drug should not be administered to the individu…
Bradycardia
Decreased heart rate
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Local anesthesia chapter 7
The body's response to fear provokes t…
What is essential for the apprehensive…
A patient with moderate to severe syst…
A normal healthy patient
fight or flight
stress reduction protocol
ASA III
ASA I
The body's response to fear provokes t…
fight or flight
What is essential for the apprehensive…
stress reduction protocol
Local Anesthesia Chapter 7
Which drug is most likely to exhibit a…
Before injecting a patient with local…
Patients with bleeding disorders will…
Following the administration of a loca…
Tricyclic antidepressants
-Review the patient's health history... -Take the patient's bloo…
Technique of anesthetic administration
Sodium bisulfite
Which drug is most likely to exhibit a…
Tricyclic antidepressants
Before injecting a patient with local…
-Review the patient's health history... -Take the patient's bloo…
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Anesthesia chapter 7
Idiopathic pain is described as:
Pathologic pain is defined as:
And ovariohysterectomy, which involves…
The process by which thermal, Mechanic…
Pain that is of unknown cause
Pain that is caused by tissue injury
Somatic and visceral pain
Transduction
Idiopathic pain is described as:
Pain that is of unknown cause
Pathologic pain is defined as:
Pain that is caused by tissue injury
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Chapter 20 Cardiovascular Physiology in Anesthesia
action potential for skeletal muscle a…
cardiac action potential due to
eff ective refractory period
fast-conducting... myocardial cell
voltage-gated... sodium channels in the cell membrane
initiated by voltage-gated sodium channels... (the spike) and ma…
minimum interval between two depolarizing... impulses that will…
eff ective refractory periodclosely correlated... with the durat…
action potential for skeletal muscle a…
voltage-gated... sodium channels in the cell membrane
cardiac action potential due to
initiated by voltage-gated sodium channels... (the spike) and ma…
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Anesthesia Chapter 7
Importance of Preanesthetic Patient A…
How to Effectively and Appropriately…
Physical Examination
Vital Signs
Assists in the appropriate technique, agent selection (anesth…
Comprehensive medical history (look for possible concomitant…
Visual exam... Patient's general health and well- being... Postur…
Provides a baseline for standard of comparison... Identification…
Importance of Preanesthetic Patient A…
Assists in the appropriate technique, agent selection (anesth…
How to Effectively and Appropriately…
Comprehensive medical history (look for possible concomitant…
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Chapter 7 ~ Cardiovascular
functions of the cardiovascular system
pericardium
myocardium
endocardium
Carries oxygen and nutrients to cells from the respiratory an…
sac
heart muscle
heart lining
functions of the cardiovascular system
Carries oxygen and nutrients to cells from the respiratory an…
pericardium
sac
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Chapter 7 Cardiovascular
Bicuspid `
Heart conduction pathway
Atrial kick
What allows for conduction in heart
mitral valve... left ... LAB RAT
SA node (60bpm from vagus) 100 intrinsically ... AV (pause for f…
atrial contraction ontop of passive filling of ventricles ... -5…
intercalated discs with gap junctions
Bicuspid `
mitral valve... left ... LAB RAT
Heart conduction pathway
SA node (60bpm from vagus) 100 intrinsically ... AV (pause for f…
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Chapter 22 - Anesthesia for Cardiovascular Surgery
6 Basic components of the CPB machine
Cardioplegia occurs during CPB because…
Priming solution to use during CPB
Once patient is anesthetized, multiple…
venous reservoir, oxygenator, heat exchanger, main pump, arte…
the resulting increase in extracellular potassium concentrati…
free radical scavengers, such as mannitol, may help decrease…
Bladder (or rectal), esophageal and pulmonary artery (blood)…
6 Basic components of the CPB machine
venous reservoir, oxygenator, heat exchanger, main pump, arte…
Cardioplegia occurs during CPB because…
the resulting increase in extracellular potassium concentrati…
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Chapter 20 - Cardiovascular Physiology and Anesthesia
MAP =
Increased in pulse pressure is usually…
SVR =
CO = HR x SV
MAP = SVR x CO or DBP + 1/3 (PP) or 2/3 DBP + 1/3 SBP
Poor aortic compliance that comes with aging
[(MAP-CVP)/CO] x 80. Times by 80 converts units into dynes/se…
...
MAP =
MAP = SVR x CO or DBP + 1/3 (PP) or 2/3 DBP + 1/3 SBP
Increased in pulse pressure is usually…
Poor aortic compliance that comes with aging
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Chapter 7, Cardiovascular system
Heart
Pulmonary vs Systemic circulation
Arteries
Capillaries
muscular pump that elevates pressure of circulatory system, 4…
pulmonary=right side of heart and systemic is left side of he…
carry blood away from the heart, more SMCs than veins. Also a…
microscopic vessels with thin porous walls, enable gas exchan…
Heart
muscular pump that elevates pressure of circulatory system, 4…
Pulmonary vs Systemic circulation
pulmonary=right side of heart and systemic is left side of he…
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LOM CHAPTER 11 CARDIOVASCULAR SYSTEM , STEP BY STEP CHAPTER 7 ICD-10-CM, CHAPTER 16 CARDIOVASCULAR SYSTEM, CHAPTER 9 MEDICAL CODING, CHAPTER 11 ANESTHESIA
The CAROTID
SYSTEMIC CIRCULATION
SYSTOLE
CYAN/O OR CYANOSIS
Arteries supply blood to the head and neck.
Is the pathway of blood from the heart to the tissue capillar…
Contraction phase of the heartbeat. From the Greek systole, a…
This bluish discoloration o the skin indicates diminished oxy…
The CAROTID
Arteries supply blood to the head and neck.
SYSTEMIC CIRCULATION
Is the pathway of blood from the heart to the tissue capillar…
Chapter 7- Cardiovascular System
Angi/o... Vas/o... Vascul/o
Aort/o
arteri/o
ather/o
Vessel
aorta
artery
fatty (lipid) paste
Angi/o... Vas/o... Vascul/o
Vessel
Aort/o
aorta
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Chapter 7: Cardiovascular System
aortic valve
arrhythmias
arteries
blood
largest artery in the body
abnormal heart rhythms
carry blood away from the heart
flows throughout the circulatory system
aortic valve
largest artery in the body
arrhythmias
abnormal heart rhythms
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Chapter 7: Cardiovascular System
physiology of the cardiovascular system
Cardiovascular system
The heart
myocardium
The function of the cardiovascular system is to maintain an a…
Cardiac... Vascular... -pulmonary (lungs)... -systemic (body)
Myocardium... -heart muscle... endocardium... -inner wall... pericardiu…
heart muscle
physiology of the cardiovascular system
The function of the cardiovascular system is to maintain an a…
Cardiovascular system
Cardiac... Vascular... -pulmonary (lungs)... -systemic (body)
Chapter 7: The Cardiovascular System
The atria receives blood from
The left atrium has this kind of valve
The right atrium has this kind of valve
Which side of the heart is more muscular
Vena cava or the pulmonary veins
Bicuspid
Tricuspid, which presents back flow into the right atrium.
The left, to be at the pump blood all the way down to the feet
The atria receives blood from
Vena cava or the pulmonary veins
The left atrium has this kind of valve
Bicuspid
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Chapter 7 Cardiovascular Fitness
Cardiovascular Fitness
High Density Lipoprotein
Low Density Lipoprotein
Atherosclerosis
The ability to exercise the entire body for long periods of t…
Healthy cholesterol responsible for taking bad cholesterol ou…
Known as bad cholesterol and collects on artery walls
Condition in which fatty deposits called plaque build up on t…
Cardiovascular Fitness
The ability to exercise the entire body for long periods of t…
High Density Lipoprotein
Healthy cholesterol responsible for taking bad cholesterol ou…
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Anesthesia Chapter 7 Preanesthetic Assessment
Which drug is most likely to exhibit a…
Before injecting a patient with a loca…
Patient with bleeding disorders will m…
Following the administration of LA wit…
Tricyclic antidepressants
RMH, vitals, history of allergies, any contraindications to t…
technique of anesthetic administration
Sodium bisulfate
Which drug is most likely to exhibit a…
Tricyclic antidepressants
Before injecting a patient with a loca…
RMH, vitals, history of allergies, any contraindications to t…
53 terms
LOM CHAPTER 11 CARDIOVASCULAR SYSTEM , STEP BY STEP CHAPTER 7 ICD-10-CM, CHAPTER 16 CARDIOVASCULAR SYSTEM, CHAPTER 9 MEDICAL CODING, CHAPTER 11 ANESTHESIA
The CAROTID
SYSTEMIC CIRCULATION
SYSTOLE
CYAN/O OR CYANOSIS
Arteries supply blood to the head and neck.
Is the pathway of blood from the heart to the tissue capillar…
Contraction phase of the heartbeat. From the Greek systole, a…
This bluish discoloration o the skin indicates diminished oxy…
The CAROTID
Arteries supply blood to the head and neck.
SYSTEMIC CIRCULATION
Is the pathway of blood from the heart to the tissue capillar…
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For MAP 104 LOM CHAPTER 11 CARDIOVASCULAR SYSTEM , STEP BY STEP CHAPTER 7 ICD-10-CM, CHAPTER 16 CARDIOVASCULAR SYSTEM, CHAPTER 9 MEDICAL CODING, CHAPTER 11 ANESTHESIA
The CAROTID
SYSTEMIC CIRCULATION
SYSTOLE
CYAN/O OR CYANOSIS
Arteries supply blood to the head and neck.
Is the pathway of blood from the heart to the tissue capillar…
Contraction phase of the heartbeat. From the Greek systole, a…
This bluish discoloration o the skin indicates diminished oxy…
The CAROTID
Arteries supply blood to the head and neck.
SYSTEMIC CIRCULATION
Is the pathway of blood from the heart to the tissue capillar…
89 terms
Kaplan MCAT 2015: Chapter 7 Cardiovascular system
Heart
Pulmonary vs Systemic circulation
Arteries
Capillaries
muscular pump that elevates pressure of circulatory system, 4…
pulmonary=right side of heart and systemic is left side of he…
carry blood away from the heart, more SMCs than veins. Also a…
microscopic vessels with thin porous walls, enable gas exchan…
Heart
muscular pump that elevates pressure of circulatory system, 4…
Pulmonary vs Systemic circulation
pulmonary=right side of heart and systemic is left side of he…
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Cardiovascular chapter7
Arteries
Blood
Antecubital area of the forearm
Median cubital vein
Appear brighter red in color, have thicker elastic walls then…
Is carried toward to the heart by the veins
Is most commonly used for venipuncture
Is the best for venipuncture because it is generally the larg…
Arteries
Appear brighter red in color, have thicker elastic walls then…
Blood
Is carried toward to the heart by the veins
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Pathology Chapter 7 Cardiovascular
function of cardiovascular system
left av valve
right av valve
aortic valve
supply blood to the body
mitral valve; between left atrium and left ventricle
tricuspid valve; between right atrium and right ventricle
between left ventricle and aorta
function of cardiovascular system
supply blood to the body
left av valve
mitral valve; between left atrium and left ventricle
Chapter 7: Cardiovascular
Jugular Veins
Superior Vena Cava
Pulmonary Veins
Heart
receive blood from brain and from tissues of head
receives blood from veins of upper body
deliver oxygenated blood form the lungs to the heart
pumps blood under pressure
Jugular Veins
receive blood from brain and from tissues of head
Superior Vena Cava
receives blood from veins of upper body
89 terms
Chapter 7, Cardiovascular system
Heart
Pulmonary vs Systemic circulation
Arteries
Capillaries
muscular pump that elevates pressure of circulatory system, 4…
pulmonary=right side of heart and systemic is left side of he…
carry blood away from the heart, more SMCs than veins. Also a…
microscopic vessels with thin porous walls, enable gas exchan…
Heart
muscular pump that elevates pressure of circulatory system, 4…
Pulmonary vs Systemic circulation
pulmonary=right side of heart and systemic is left side of he…
31 terms
chapter 7 cardiovascular, respiratory, lymphatic
the _______ is composed of the heart,…
function of cardiovascular system
as the heart is pumping blood,_______…
delivers oxygen, hormones, and nutrien…
cardiovascular system
circulate blood
blood vessels
blood
the _______ is composed of the heart,…
cardiovascular system
function of cardiovascular system
circulate blood
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Biology chapter 7 - the Cardiovascular system
cardiovascular system
right
left
T
consists of a muscular four-chambered heart, blood vessels, a…
After blood travels through the veins, it is returned to the…
Oxygenated blood returns to the _____ side of the heart
T/F; the heart is actually composed of two pumps supporting t…
cardiovascular system
consists of a muscular four-chambered heart, blood vessels, a…
right
After blood travels through the veins, it is returned to the…
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Chapter 7: The Cardiovascular System
Angiogram
Arrhythmia
Bradycardia
Cardiac
A nonspecific angiogram involves intravenous injection of a d…
An irregularity or the loss of normal rythm of the heart beat
An abnormally slow heartbeat
pertaining to the heart
Angiogram
A nonspecific angiogram involves intravenous injection of a d…
Arrhythmia
An irregularity or the loss of normal rythm of the heart beat
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Chapter 7 - The Cardiovascular System (Blood)
By volume, blood is about ____% plasma
By volume, blood is about ____% cells
Plasma (Water) - Major Function
Plasma (Salts) - Major Function
55
45
Solvent for carrying other substances
Osmotic Balance, pH Buffering, Regulation of Membrane Potential
By volume, blood is about ____% plasma
55
By volume, blood is about ____% cells
45
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Bio Chapter 7: Cardiovascular System
Cardiovascular system
General path of blood
Right heart
Left heart
Heart, blood vessels and blood
Travels through veins --> right side of heart --> pumped to l…
pump for pulmonary circulation - accepts deoxy blood and move…
pump for systemic circ - receives oxy blood and moves it out…
Cardiovascular system
Heart, blood vessels and blood
General path of blood
Travels through veins --> right side of heart --> pumped to l…
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Chapter 7 - The Cardiovascular System (Anatomy)
The atria contract to...
After the ventricles fill, they...
The ventricles are far more _____, tha…
Atrioventricular valves: LAB RAT
push blood into the ventricles
contract to send blood to the lungs and the systemic circulat…
muscular
Left Atria - Bicuspid (Mitral Valve), Right Atria (Tricuspid…
The atria contract to...
push blood into the ventricles
After the ventricles fill, they...
contract to send blood to the lungs and the systemic circulat…
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Biology Chapter 7: cardiovascular system
what muscle supports the heart?
right side of heart
left side of heart
WHy does the left side of the heart ha…
cardiac muscle; heart is supported by two different circulati…
pulmonary circulation
systemic circulation
because the circuit (systemic) is larger than the right side…
what muscle supports the heart?
cardiac muscle; heart is supported by two different circulati…
right side of heart
pulmonary circulation
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Biology (Chapter 7): The Cardiovascular System
Parts of the Cardiovascular system
Heart
Pulmonary circulation
Systemic circulation
Four chambered structure composed of cardiac muscle. The righ…
The first pump. The right side of the heart accepts deoxygena…
The second pump. The left side receives oxygenated blood from…
Parts of the Cardiovascular system
Heart
Four chambered structure composed of cardiac muscle. The righ…
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Biology Chapter 7: The Cardiovascular System
the heart
venae cava
atria and ventricles
atrioventricular valves
-left side is more muscular than the right side because of it…
carries deoxygenated blood into the heart
ventricles are more muscular than the atria
separate the atrium of both sides from the ventricles ... *Tricu…
the heart
-left side is more muscular than the right side because of it…
venae cava
carries deoxygenated blood into the heart
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Cardiovascular System (Chapter 7)
body
lungs
atria
stroke volume
where does the left ventricle carry blood to?
where does the right ventricle carry blood to?
receives blood from peripheral organs and pumps blood into ve…
volume of blood ejected per beat
body
where does the left ventricle carry blood to?
lungs
where does the right ventricle carry blood to?
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Biology Chapter 7: Cardiovascular System
interstitial space
Anatomy of the cardiovascular system T…
Atrial natriuretic peptide... 2. R…
heart
Outside of the cell
Recall: During the sympathetic nervous system, blood vessels…
Weak diuretic released by atrial cells when they become stret…
Tricuspid is after the right atria... The ventricles are separa…
interstitial space
Outside of the cell
Anatomy of the cardiovascular system T…
Recall: During the sympathetic nervous system, blood vessels…
Chapter 7: Cardiovascular Disease
Mechanisms of Congestive heart failure
types of compensation
heart congestion
right-sided failure
1. resistance due to stenosis... 2. increased peripheral resista…
1. increased contractility- compensation for stenosis or incr…
- stagnation of blood due to failure of heart as a pump... - dev…
- distend liver and lower extremity edema... - backpressure -->…
Mechanisms of Congestive heart failure
1. resistance due to stenosis... 2. increased peripheral resista…
types of compensation
1. increased contractility- compensation for stenosis or incr…
Cardiovascular disease chapter 7
Homocysteine
EXcess homocysteine
c- reactive protein
Fibrinogen
An amino acid formed from breakdown of methionine (large amin…
Damages arteries... Promotes cholesterol buildup... Interferes wi…
A plasma protein that indicates inflammation... Levels rise in r…
A plasma protein involved with blood clotting... Makes blood mor…
Homocysteine
An amino acid formed from breakdown of methionine (large amin…
EXcess homocysteine
Damages arteries... Promotes cholesterol buildup... Interferes wi…
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Biology | Chapter 7 | Cardiovascular system
Atria
Venae Cavae
Pulmonary viens
Ventricles
- Thin walled structures where blood is received form either…
- Deoxygenated blood that enters the R heart
Oxygenated blood entering the left heart
- After they fill --> They contract to send blood to lungs an…
Atria
- Thin walled structures where blood is received form either…
Venae Cavae
- Deoxygenated blood that enters the R heart
Chapter 7 Cardiovascular System
cardiac
cardiologist
pericardial
epicardium
pertaining to the heart
one who specializes in heart study
pertaining to surrounding the heart
upon the heart
cardiac
pertaining to the heart
cardiologist
one who specializes in heart study
89 terms
Chapter 7- Cardiovascular System
angi/o... vas/o... vascul/o
aort/o
arteri/o
ather/o
vessel
aorta
artery
fatty (lipid) paste
angi/o... vas/o... vascul/o
vessel
aort/o
aorta
15 terms
Chapter 7 cardiovascular fitness
Lipoproteins
Respiratory system
Cardiovascular system
Ateries
Carriers of cholesterol in the blood
The body system that includes your lungs and air passages
The body system that includes your heart, blood vessels, and…
Vessels that carry the blood away from the heart
Lipoproteins
Carriers of cholesterol in the blood
Respiratory system
The body system that includes your lungs and air passages
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Chapter 7: Cardiovascular Fitness
Cardiovascular system
Respiratory system
Cholesterol
Lipoproteins
Made up of the heart, blood vessels, and blood.
Made up of the lungs and air passages and blood.
Fat like substance found in meats, dairy products, and egg yo…
The protein that carries cholesterol through the blood stream
Cardiovascular system
Made up of the heart, blood vessels, and blood.
Respiratory system
Made up of the lungs and air passages and blood.
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Chapter 7 Cardiovascular System
Chronotropic refers to the rate of con…
Preload is the volume of blood in the…
Increasing the heart rate, increasing…
Stimulation of cardiac contraction in…
Define chronotropic and inotrropic effects in relation to the…
Define preload and afterload in relation to the pumping mecha…
List the 4 basic compensatory mechanisms of the cardiovascula…
Catecholamine such as epinephrine are used in vet cardiology…
Chronotropic refers to the rate of con…
Define chronotropic and inotrropic effects in relation to the…
Preload is the volume of blood in the…
Define preload and afterload in relation to the pumping mecha…
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Chapter 7 Cardiovascular System
arteries
blood
blood vessels
capillaries
blood vessels that carry blood away from the heart
fluid circulated through the heart, arteries, capillaries, an…
tubelike structures that carry blood throughout the body, inc…
microscopic blood vessels; materials are passed between blood…
arteries
blood vessels that carry blood away from the heart
blood
fluid circulated through the heart, arteries, capillaries, an…
chapter 7 cardiovascular system
pericardial
epicarduim
myocardial
endocardium
surrounding the heart
upon the heart
muscle of heart
within the heart
pericardial
surrounding the heart
epicarduim
upon the heart
Chapter 7 Cardiovascular System
(endo)card(it is)
myocarditis
pericarditis
cardiology
infection of the hearts inner lining
inflammation of the middle layer of the heart muscle
surrounding, around, inflammation
study of, science of diseases/ abnormalities of the heart
(endo)card(it is)
infection of the hearts inner lining
myocarditis
inflammation of the middle layer of the heart muscle
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Chapter 7: The Cardiovascular System
The Cardiovascular System
Vasculature
Heart
T or F? The heart, as a pump, supports…
Consists of a muscular 4-chambered heart, blood, vessels, and…
Consists of arteries, capillaries, and veins.
4-chambered structure composed predominantly of cardiac muscl…
FALSE! The heart is actually composed of two pumps supporting…
The Cardiovascular System
Consists of a muscular 4-chambered heart, blood, vessels, and…
Vasculature
Consists of arteries, capillaries, and veins.
Chapter 7 The Cardiovascular System
Cardiac
Cardiologist
Pericardial
Epicardium
pertaining to the heart
one who specializes in heart study
tissue membrane that surrounds the heart
thin, most superficial tissue layer of the heart
Cardiac
pertaining to the heart
Cardiologist
one who specializes in heart study
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Pharmacology: Chapter 7 Cardiovascular
Define Chronotropic
Define Inotropic
Know and understand the ECG
Know the following groups of drugs:... gl…
Affecting the heart
Affecting the force of muscle contracting
P wave = artiral depolarization... QRS wave = ventricular depola…
All are positive inotropic drugs:... Glycosides (digitalis) - ob…
Define Chronotropic
Affecting the heart
Define Inotropic
Affecting the force of muscle contracting
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