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The Art of Eating, Breathing, and

The Art of Eating, Breathing, and - Veins 9 Carry...

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Joann E. Myers, CST The Art of Eating, Breathing, and Circulation
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Pathway of food: Oral Cavity Esophagus Stomach Small Intestine Duodenum Jejunum Ileum Cecum Large Intestine Ascending Colon Transverse Colon Descending Colon Rectum
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Mouth Pharyngeal portion Esophageal portion Gastric portion Intestinal portion Alimentary Canal
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Fundus Hydrochloric acid Cardia Mucus secretions Corpus Acid Antrum Mucus Pylorus Storage area Stomach
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Digestive tract
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Pathway of air Nasal cavities (or Oral cavity) Pharynx Trachea Primary bronchi Secondary bronchi Tertiary bronchi Bronchioles Respiration
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The Lungs Left and right primary Branch off at the carina Become bronchioles Terminate at the alveoli
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The Lungs Enclosed in the pleural cavity Covered by the pleural sac Expand based on negative pressure created by the space between the two layers Lung Pressure Break in integrity of pleural cavity causes a collapse
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Unformatted text preview: Veins 9 Carry oxygenated blood from lungs to rest of body Are pressurized Are much thicker than veins Are more elastic than veins Carry deoxygenated blood from body tissues back to heart Blood within veins moves by pumping action of skeletal muscles Have small valves Venous blood pressure is lower than 10 Blood Circuits (2) Path of blood Organs must work together Miscommunication between the various body systems can have negative affect on the entire body. Digestion affects respiration, which can have a negative or positive affect on circulation. Let’s all get along Frey, K.B., & Ross, T. (2008). Surgical technology for the surgical technologist . Clifton Park, N.Y.: Delmar Cengage Learning. Human physiology . (n.d.). Retrieved from http://people.eku.edu/ritchisong/301notes6.htm References...
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