lab4 - 6. Atrioventricular block 7. Standard limb leads 8....

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Ex.- 6.1 1. Four heme groups; one molecule of oxygen. 2. Erythropoietin; kidneys. 3. Reticuloendothelial system; spleen, liver, bone marrow. 4. Bilrubin; jaundice. 5. Hematocrit is the ratio of volume of red blood cells to the total blood volume. 6. Oxyhemoglobin 7. Methemoglobin 8. Carboxyhemoglobin 9. Anemia 10. Anemia may be caused by iron deficiency. Ex.- 6.2 1. b 2. d 3. a 4. e 5. c 6. B lymphocytes; T lymphocytes 7. Diapedesis 8. Neutrophiles, monocytes 9. Antigens. Ex. - 7.2
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1. SA (sinoatrial) node 2. Bundle of His 3. (a) Atrial depolarization (b) Ventricular depolarization (c) Ventricular repolarization 4. Gap junctions 5. Tachycardia; bradycardia
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Unformatted text preview: 6. Atrioventricular block 7. Standard limb leads 8. P wave 9. QRS wave Ex.- 7.3 1. QRS wave 2. T wave 3. P wave 4. Sympathetic nerve 5. Vagus (Parasympathetic) nerve 6. Myocardial ischemia Ex.- 7.5 1. Auscultation 2. Shutting down of atrioventricular valves 3. Systole 4. Shutting down of semi lunar valves 5. Beginning; diastole 6. Heart murmurs 7. QRS wave 8. T wave Ex.- 7.6 1. Systolic pressure 2. Diastolic pressure 3. Vibrations in the artery 4. (a) 168 (b) 112 (c) 56 (d) 130.6 5. Stage 2 hypertension 6. Cardiac output and peripheral resistance 7. Sphygmomanometer...
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lab4 - 6. Atrioventricular block 7. Standard limb leads 8....

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