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Unformatted text preview: Click to edit Master subtitle style 2/18/11 Chapter 2: The Health Psychology 465 Instructor: Dr. Dawn K. Wilson Chapter Two: The Cardiovascular and Endocrine Systems Guest Lecturer: Sandra M. Coulon January 26, 2010 2/18/11 Chapter 2: Systems of Review of the Biopsychosocial Biological, psychological, and social factors interact to produce health or disease 2/18/11 Chapter 2: Systems of Check Your Per ceived I n the past month, how often have you felt 0 1 2 3 4 never almost never sometimes fair ly often ver y 2/18/11 Chapter 2: Systems of Sum your r atings to get your scor e r anging fr om 0-40 High stress throughout life (i.e. chronic stress) puts you at risk for Chapter 2: Systems of 2/18/11 Chapter 2: Systems of The Cardiovascular System: Overview The tr anspor tation system of the body. This system consists of the 1. Heart 2. blood 3. blood vessels (arteries, capillaries, veins) Ar ter ies carry blood from the heart 2/18/11 Chapter 2: Systems of The Car diovascular Pulmonary Artery 2/18/11 Chapter 2: Systems of The Car diovascular System: Functions as a pump Left side takes in blood with oxygen from the lungs Blood is pumped into the aorta and then passes into smaller vessels to reach cells Oxygen and nutrients are exchanged for waste material Blood returns to the right side of the heart Blood is pumped back to the lungs to be oxygenated and returns to the left side of 2/18/11 Chapter 2: Systems of The CI RCULATI ON 2/18/11 Chapter 2: Systems of The Car diovascular System: Cardiac Cycle: Rhythmic phases of contraction and relaxation...
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