Module 3, Unit 2 - Heart Lab

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Click on NEXT in the box at top left corner of the page. 1.What is the definition of systole? - Period of cardiac cycle when either ventricles or atria are contracting. 2.What is the definition of diastole? - Period of cardiac cycle when either the atria or the ventricles are relaxing. 3.What is the definition of ECG; electrocardiogram? - Electrical currents generated by the heart spread throughout the body and can be monitored with an electrocardiograph. An electrocardiograph (ECG) is a recording of the heart’s electrical events. Click on NEXT in the box at top left corner of the page. 4.During the cardiac cycle, heart valves open and close in response to what? - Heart valves open and close in response to differences in blood pressure on their two sides. Click on NEXT in the box at top left corner of the page. 5.What are the three phases of the cardiac cycle? - Ventricular Filling, Ventricular Systole, Isovolumetric Relaxation. Click on NEXT. You may click on REPLAY for any of these pages.
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