PHYS 1525 Class Notes for Midterm

PHYS 1525 Class Notes for Midterm - 7 = Blood Vol 4.9L RBC...

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Visceral Physiology Risk of Hypertension, capillary walls can expand beyond their capacity and rupture. Block, no nutrients, no blood to neurons, stroke, possible death. Normal BP: 120/80mm mercury. 120 heart contracted. Moved blood into vessels. systolic 80 heart relaxed. Diastolic Normal adult HR range: 72bpm NB: Final end product of anerobic Glycolysis is Lactate. (Meaning oxygen dept) First EPSP then an AP. (all or nothing) ATP is needed to form the crossbridges and also to relax. Chapter 25 Body fluids: 60:40:20 rule: TBW: 60% of weight is water content ICF: Intra-cellular fluid: 40% 2/3 ECF: Extra-cellular fluid: 20% 1/3 interstitial space. Average adult weighs 70kg (1kgH20 = 1L of H20) TBW: 42L ICF: 28L ECF: 14L Higher fat content TBW lower. Males would have lower TBW than women.
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Unformatted text preview: 7% = Blood Vol 4.9L RBC, thrombocytes, leukocytes 5% = plasma Vol NB: what is not a cellular component of blood? As person ages about 45 male the calorie intact stays the same or increases but physical activity decreases, so Lipid content goes up. Anemia: decrease RBCs. Table 25-1 Daily Intake and output of Water (ml/day) Sweating is the primary means by which we regulate core body temperature. Ionized substances – water soluble. Excess red meat consumption? Possible Gouty arthritis. Acute inflammation is a response to any type of damage to a tissue in the body. Weight related – osteoarthritis. Drug of choice is Aspirin. Capillary membrane permeable. Cell membrane is semipermeable....
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This note was uploaded on 11/22/2011 for the course PHYS 1525 taught by Professor Lescane during the Winter '11 term at Life Chiropractic College West.

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