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Unformatted text preview: 1 Cardiovascular CV patterns in health / disease Hemorrhage, hypotension, upright posture Exercise and training Hypertension, heart failure, coronary disease Hemostasis Formation of a platelet plug Blood coagulation, clot formation, anticlotting systems and drugs 13 The goal of these lectures is to discuss basic physiology of the cardiovascular system (heart, vessels, blood pressure, control, hemostasis). This lecture will discuss CV patterns in health and disease and the issue of hemostasis. The sections for this lecture are: (start resp) Life is a series of chemical reactions occurring in compartmentalized environments. The main purpose of life is to keep itself alive Physiology, the study of how life works, is based on the simultaneous occurrence of the following three concepts: levels of organization structure / function relationship homeostatic regulation Introduction, f rst CV lecture Overall design of the CV system Pressure, F ow and resistance The heart as pump, f rst CV lecture Anatomy and cardiac muscle Cardiac cycle's electrical and mechanical events The cardiac output Vessels as tubes, previous CV lecture Arteries and arterioles in general Capillaries and veins The lymphatic system Blood pressure regulation, previous CV lecture Arterial and venous pressure Blood volume, arterial pressure and baroreceptors Other CV re F exes and responses CV patterns in health / disease, this lecture Hemorrhage, hypotension, upright posture Exercise and training Hypertension and heart failure Coronary disease Hemostasis, this CV lecture Formation of a platelet plug Blood coagulation, clot formation Anticlotting systems and drugs Cardiovascular (CV) 2 Cardiovascular (CV) Summary S E Cardiovascular (CV) CO = HR x SV CO = MAP / TPR Summary S E 3...
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This note was uploaded on 10/19/2011 for the course ANIMALSCIE 11 06 300 taught by Professor Advis during the Spring '11 term at Rutgers.
- Spring '11