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38 terms
Heart 2 Chambers of Heart
Conus Arteriosus (the upper front part…
Right Atrium
Right atrioventricular Valve (anterior…
Chordae Tendineae
1
2
3
4
Conus Arteriosus (the upper front part…
1
Right Atrium
2
174 terms
THE HEART 2
Arteries
Capillaries
Veins
Apex
Blood vessels that carry blood away from the heart
Microscopic blood vessels that exchange nutrients and waste
Blood vessels that carry blood back to the heart
Rests on diaphragm
Arteries
Blood vessels that carry blood away from the heart
Capillaries
Microscopic blood vessels that exchange nutrients and waste
49 terms
2.2 Heart, Identification
Anterior interventricular Sulcus
Posterior interventricular sulcus
Coronary sulcus
Right Auricle
Depression on anterior surface of the heart - makes the divis…
A surface groove that seperates the left and right ventricles…
A groove on the outer surface of the heart that encircles the…
Flap of the right atrium, wrinkled, allowing for increased su…
Anterior interventricular Sulcus
Depression on anterior surface of the heart - makes the divis…
Posterior interventricular sulcus
A surface groove that seperates the left and right ventricles…
Heart 1 and Heart 2
most sensitive period for cardiac deve…
when does the heart first beat?
opening between two atria's, blood flo…
communication between pulmonary artery…
3.5 to 6.5 weeks
5weeks
foramen ovale
ductus arteriosus or ductal trunk
most sensitive period for cardiac deve…
3.5 to 6.5 weeks
when does the heart first beat?
5weeks
37 terms
Anatomy- Heart 2
aortic arch
ascending aorta
brachiocephalic trunk
great cardiac vein
aortic arch
ascending aorta
34 terms
heart 2
systemic
pulmonary trunk
l pulmonary vein
l pulmonary artery
coronary blood vessels are part of what circuit?
systemic
coronary blood vessels are part of what circuit?
pulmonary trunk
18 terms
heart 2
Superior Vena Cava
Inferior Vena Cava
Pulmonary Trunk
Pulmonary arteries
Superior Vena Cava
Inferior Vena Cava
17 terms
Heart 2
Atrioventricular sulcus
Interventricular sulci
Superior vena cava
inferior vena cava
The deepest groove that encircles the heart between the atriu…
Marks the septum that separates the right and left ventricles…
Carries deoxygenated blood from the superior portions of the…
carries deoxygenated blood from the inferior portion of the b…
Atrioventricular sulcus
The deepest groove that encircles the heart between the atriu…
Interventricular sulci
Marks the septum that separates the right and left ventricles…
27 terms
Heart 2
right coronary artery
left coronary artery
circumflex artery
anterior interventricular artery
A
B
C
D
right coronary artery
A
left coronary artery
B
15 terms
heart 2
brachiocephalic trunk
superior vena cava
pulmonary trunk
right pulmonary artery
brachiocephalic trunk
superior vena cava
142 terms
Heart 2
Brachiocephalic trunk
Right pulmonary artery
Superior vena cava
Right pulmonary veins
Identify 1
Identify 2
Identify 3
Identify 4
Brachiocephalic trunk
Identify 1
Right pulmonary artery
Identify 2
38 terms
Heart 2
Right atrium
Right auricle
Right ventricle
Left atrium
1
2
4 (number on bottom right part of the heart)
7
Right atrium
1
Right auricle
2
71 terms
2- Heart
Myocardium
Endocardium
Epicardium (Visceral pericardium)
Anterior interventricular sulcus
Myocardium
Endocardium
42 terms
Heart 2
What is the first system to functional…
Heart beats at ____ days.
Angioblastic Cords canalize (______) a…
During ______, endocardial tubes fuse.
cardiovascular system (during 3rd week) with blood circulatio…
22-23
hollow out ... right and left endocardial tubes
lateral folding of embryo
What is the first system to functional…
cardiovascular system (during 3rd week) with blood circulatio…
Heart beats at ____ days.
22-23
16 terms
Heart 2
Superior vena cava
Inferior vena cava
Aorta
Pulmonary trunk
Superior vena cava
Inferior vena cava
50 terms
week 2: Heart
heart
superior vena cava
right pulmonary artery
right pulmonary veins
the heart is located within the mediastinum and acts as a mus…
heart
the heart is located within the mediastinum and acts as a mus…
superior vena cava
51 terms
heart 2
leads to cardiac hypertrophy
nuclei of myocytes that are enlarged,…
neurohormonal heart failure biomarker
necrosis and apoptosis heart failure b…
HTN... valvular disease... MI
boxcar nuclei
ANP, BNP
troponins
leads to cardiac hypertrophy
HTN... valvular disease... MI
nuclei of myocytes that are enlarged,…
boxcar nuclei
110 terms
Heart 2
The inner lining of the heart.
Heart muscle.
Serous layer covering the heart muscle
The outermost layer of the serous peri…
Endocardium
Myocardium
Epicardium
Parietal layer
The inner lining of the heart.
Endocardium
Heart muscle.
Myocardium
17 terms
Heart #2
Apex
Stethoscope
Cardiac Arrest
What does the heart do?
where heartbeat is most easily felt and heard
one must use this to hear the heartbeat
- medical emergency where heart fails to pump... - manual heart…
pump blood
Apex
where heartbeat is most easily felt and heard
Stethoscope
one must use this to hear the heartbeat
48 terms
2-Heart
Heart Circulation
Need for CVS
Closed System: heart (double pump)
Closed System: Blood vessels (tubes)
Systemic Veins-->RA-->Tricuspid Valve-->RV-->Pulmonic Valve--…
substances have to travel long distance; distance for diffusi…
right: pulmonary circulation, less O2... left: systemic circulat…
arteries: blood vessels that leave heart... capillaries: exchang…
Heart Circulation
Systemic Veins-->RA-->Tricuspid Valve-->RV-->Pulmonic Valve--…
Need for CVS
substances have to travel long distance; distance for diffusi…
10 terms
Soldier's Heart #2
forage
dysentary
volley
demoralize
(v.) - to rummage, scavenge, graze for food
An inflammation of the intestine, especially of the colon, th…
a number of bullets, arrows, or other projectiles discharges…
To destroy the morals or morale of someone; to weaken the spi…
forage
(v.) - to rummage, scavenge, graze for food
dysentary
An inflammation of the intestine, especially of the colon, th…
12 terms
The heart 2
aorta
pulmonary artery
pulmonary vein
semi-lunar valve
A
B
C
D
aorta
A
pulmonary artery
B
28 terms
Heart 2
Coronary circulation
Collateral
Angina pectoris
heart attack
The shortest circulation of the body that is the functional b…
______ routes provide additional routes for blood delivery in…
Thoracic pain caused by a fleeting deficiency in blood delive…
What is myocardial infarction known as?
Coronary circulation
The shortest circulation of the body that is the functional b…
Collateral
______ routes provide additional routes for blood delivery in…
40 terms
Lab Practical 2 - Heart
Fossa Ovalis
Right Atrium
Pulmonary Semilunar Valve
Chorda tendinae
valve positioned between the right ventricle and the pulmonar…
Chords that prevent the valves from swinging back open in the…
Fossa Ovalis
Right Atrium
5 terms
Heart 2
Increased preload is also called...
How does preload increase?
What are some caused of increased afte…
What 2 general causes for CHF?
LVEDV
Mitral or aortic regurg, anemia, hyperthyroidism, beriberi (t…
HTN, aortic stenosis, hypertrophic cardiomyopathy
Decreased contractility and diastolic dysfunction (decreased…
Increased preload is also called...
LVEDV
How does preload increase?
Mitral or aortic regurg, anemia, hyperthyroidism, beriberi (t…
43 terms
Heart (2)
Right atrium
Papillary muscles
Two semilunar (SL) valves
Incompetent valve
Pectinate muscles
anchor chordae tendineae
Aortic semilunar valve... Pulmonary semilunar valve
Blood backflows (regurgitation) so heart repumps same blood o…
Right atrium
Pectinate muscles
Papillary muscles
anchor chordae tendineae
19 terms
Heart 2
right atrium is a collection of blood…
the remnant of a thin fibrous sheet th…
valves that separates atria and ventri…
valve between right atrium and right v…
coronary sinus, superior vena cava, inferior vena cava
fossa ovalis
atrioventricular valves
tricuspid
right atrium is a collection of blood…
coronary sinus, superior vena cava, inferior vena cava
the remnant of a thin fibrous sheet th…
fossa ovalis
16 terms
Heart 2
depolarization
repolarization,
systole
diastole
A change in the membrane potential from a negative value towa…
the movement of the membrane potential away from a positive v…
A period of contraction in a chamber of the heart, as part of…
relaxation when the chamber fills with blood and prepares for…
depolarization
A change in the membrane potential from a negative value towa…
repolarization,
the movement of the membrane potential away from a positive v…
Heart 2
Moderator band
Atrial systole
Atrial diastole
Ventricular systole— first phase:
Provides a rapid-conduction path that tenses the papillary mu…
The atria contract, completely filling the relaxed ventricles…
Atrial systole ends and atrial diastole begins and continues…
Ventricular contraction pushes the AV valves closed but does…
Moderator band
Provides a rapid-conduction path that tenses the papillary mu…
Atrial systole
The atria contract, completely filling the relaxed ventricles…
27 terms
Heart.2
Arrhythmia (Dysthymia)
Bradycardia
Tachycardia
Murmurs
Any change or deviation from the normal rate or rhythm of the…
Slow heart rate (less than 60 beats per minute)
Rapid heart rate (more than 100 beats per minute)
When valves fail to close properly, a gurgling or hissing sou…
Arrhythmia (Dysthymia)
Any change or deviation from the normal rate or rhythm of the…
Bradycardia
Slow heart rate (less than 60 beats per minute)
16 terms
Heart 2
Stroke Volume
Ejection Fraction
baroreceptor
baroreceptor response
End Diastolic Volume (EDV) - End Systolic Volume (ESV)
SV/EDV
at the carotid sinus and aortic are stretch receptors which s…
bradycardia and vasodilation in order to decrease MAP
Stroke Volume
End Diastolic Volume (EDV) - End Systolic Volume (ESV)
Ejection Fraction
SV/EDV
10 terms
Heart Words - List 2
pink
red
blue
yellow
pink
red
20 terms
heart2
systemic circulation
pulmonary circulation
stimulus for contraction of skeletal m…
cell structure for skeletal muscle
deoxygenated blood is pumped across the aortic valve by the l…
right ventricle pumps the deoxgenerated blood across the pulm…
somatic motor neuron stimulation
long cylindrical cells, each innovated by somatic motor neuro…
systemic circulation
deoxygenated blood is pumped across the aortic valve by the l…
pulmonary circulation
right ventricle pumps the deoxgenerated blood across the pulm…
15 terms
HEART 2 HEART
What are the 2 chambers of the heart c…
What are the bottom two chambers of th…
Where do the arteries take the blood?
Where do veins take blood?
left atrium & right atrium
left and right ventricles
away from the heart
to the heart
What are the 2 chambers of the heart c…
left atrium & right atrium
What are the bottom two chambers of th…
left and right ventricles
14 terms
Heart 2
What is the Lub Sound?
What is the Dub Sound?
What runs along the Anterior Intervent…
Where do the Rt&Lt Coronary Arteries S…
-Tricuspid/Mitral Valves Shut
-Pulmonary/Aortic Valves Shutting
- Left Artery ... -Coronary ... -Great Cardiac Veins
Heart
What is the Lub Sound?
-Tricuspid/Mitral Valves Shut
What is the Dub Sound?
-Pulmonary/Aortic Valves Shutting
24 terms
Heart 2
intercalated discts
gap junctions
action potential
sinoatrial node
99% contractile, 1% autorythmic, desmosomes and gap junctions
allow heart to be a functional syncytium (all cardiomyocytes…
resting membrane potential of -70, -55 opens sodium channels,…
have autorythmic cells, would depolarize 100/minute if they w…
intercalated discts
99% contractile, 1% autorythmic, desmosomes and gap junctions
gap junctions
allow heart to be a functional syncytium (all cardiomyocytes…
Heart 2
Coronary circulation
Coronary Arteries
Left coronary artery
Right coronary artery
supplies blood to myocardium of the heart
begin coronary circulation
supplies interventricular septum, anterior ventricular walls,…
supplies right atrium and most of right ventricle
Coronary circulation
supplies blood to myocardium of the heart
Coronary Arteries
begin coronary circulation
34 terms
The Heart 2
What is the function of the valves of…
What is the order of blood flow throug…
When will each type of heart valve be…
To ensure a one way flow of blood through the heart
...
What is the function of the valves of…
To ensure a one way flow of blood through the heart
What is the order of blood flow throug…
12 terms
2. The Heart
Describe the size, shape, location, an…
Name the coverings of the heart.
Describe the structure and function of…
Describe the structure and functions o…
-Approx. the size of a fist; about 1 lb. ... -Mediastinum of tho…
-Pericardium = sac that encloses the heart. ... 1. Fibrous peric…
1. Epicardium = visceral pericardium... 2. Myocardium = bulk of…
-Right Atria = "receiving chamber"; superior chamber that rec…
Describe the size, shape, location, an…
-Approx. the size of a fist; about 1 lb. ... -Mediastinum of tho…
Name the coverings of the heart.
-Pericardium = sac that encloses the heart. ... 1. Fibrous peric…
23 terms
6.2 Heart diagram
atrium
ventricle
artery
vein
Entrance of the heart; two upper chambers of the heart that r…
Exit; bottom portion of the heart, thicker walled and larger
A blood vessel that carries blood away from the heart
A blood vessel that carries blood back to the heart.
atrium
Entrance of the heart; two upper chambers of the heart that r…
ventricle
Exit; bottom portion of the heart, thicker walled and larger
14 terms
Heart 2
ensures that the heart muscle depolari…
pacemaker that generates impulses loca…
where impulses pause in the lower atri…
connects the atria to the ventricles
intrinsic conduction system
SA node
AV node
AV bundle
ensures that the heart muscle depolari…
intrinsic conduction system
pacemaker that generates impulses loca…
SA node
22 terms
heart 2
heart skeleton
What makes cardiac muscle unique
intercalated disks
sarcomers causes striations, attach to…
resists changes to pressure and stress
has intercalated disks; produces a segment of the cardiac cell
specialized cell-cell contacts. ... Cell membranes interdigitate…
...
heart skeleton
resists changes to pressure and stress
What makes cardiac muscle unique
has intercalated disks; produces a segment of the cardiac cell
10 terms
List 2 Heart of Darkness
moribund
pestilence
trenchant
insolence
near death, extinction
an evil destructive force; a deadly disease
incisive or keenly caustic, cutting
contemptuously rude behavior
moribund
near death, extinction
pestilence
an evil destructive force; a deadly disease
109 terms
Heart 2
What does EKG or ECG stand for?
What does a EKG represent?
What are the five waves of the EKG?
What causes the P-wave?
Electrocardiogram
the electrical activity of the heart (action potentials)
P,Q,R,S,T
depolarization of atria
What does EKG or ECG stand for?
Electrocardiogram
What does a EKG represent?
the electrical activity of the heart (action potentials)
23 terms
Heart Anatomy v2
superior vena cava
inferior vena cava
right atrium
tricuspid valve
superior vena cava
inferior vena cava
66 terms
Heart 2
depolarization opens voltage gated cha…
is depolarization phase longer in card…
know the sequence of excitation
where is the pacemaker of the heart
both!!!
cardiac; it's called the plateau phase
sinoatrial node, atrioventricular node, atrioventricular bund…
right atrial node (depolarizes faster than rest of myocardium)
depolarization opens voltage gated cha…
both!!!
is depolarization phase longer in card…
cardiac; it's called the plateau phase
10 terms
Soldier's Heart #2
forage
dysentary
volley
demoralize
(v.) - to rummage, scavenge, graze for food
An inflammation of the intestine, especially of the colon, th…
a number of bullets, arrows, or other projectiles discharges…
To destroy the morals or morale of someone; to weaken the spi…
forage
(v.) - to rummage, scavenge, graze for food
dysentary
An inflammation of the intestine, especially of the colon, th…
11 terms
Heart 2
Granular leukocytes
Neutrophils
Eosinophils
Basophils
Contain granules; include lymphocytes, epsinophils, and basop…
The first responders at the site of a bacterial infection
Involved in allergic responses and parasitic infections
Also involved in allergic/ inflammatory reactions
Granular leukocytes
Contain granules; include lymphocytes, epsinophils, and basop…
Neutrophils
The first responders at the site of a bacterial infection
14 terms
Heart 2
Old RBCs
Transferrin molecules
Ferritin molecules
Bilirubin
Are recycled by macrophages in the liver and spleen
The iron atoms are removed from heme, transported in the bloo…
Taken to the bone marrow or stored in cells in the form of th…
Yellow pigmented molecule
Old RBCs
Are recycled by macrophages in the liver and spleen
Transferrin molecules
The iron atoms are removed from heme, transported in the bloo…
Heart 2
Auricles
Pectinate Muscles
Interatrial Septum
Fossa Ovalis
atrial muscles
inside the auricle
shared/common wall between atria
healed remnant of fetal bypass of lungs known in the fetus as…
Auricles
atrial muscles
Pectinate Muscles
inside the auricle
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