9. circulatory system

9. circulatory system - 9. Cardiovascular system I. Blood...

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9. Cardiovascular system I. Blood a. Volume- 8% body weight b. Composition i. Plasma 1. Mostly water 2. Salts- electrolytes 3. Glucose, etc 4. Proteins a. Ablemin i. Globular ii. Made in liver iii. functions 1. Blood oncotic pressure 2. Carrier protein- carries lipid soluble things, because they don't dissolve in water (plasma) b. Immunoglobins i. Antibodies ii. Made by beta lymphocytes c. Fibrogens i. Large ii. Made by liver iii. Half life of 5 days iv. Helps form clots ii. Buffy coat 1. White blood cells a. Infection increase of WBCs b. Comes from bone marrow 2. Platelets a. From bone marrow b. Initial plug when clotting- triggers clotting iii. Red Blood Cells 1. Made in bone marrow 2. Carries O2 3. Uses hemoglobin c. Hematocrit (Hct)- Red blood cells volume/ total volume i. Normal for men 40-47% ii. Normal for women 36-42% iii. Anemia- low hematocrit iv. Polycytenemia- high hematocrit d. Serum i. Allows clotting on top ii. Clotting decrease in proteins II. Circulation
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a. General diagram in soft reserves
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