Lecture 4 Stomach - Lecture 4: The Stomach NS 1150 Paper...

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Lecture 4: The Stomach
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NS 1150 Paper Assignment #1 Library Tutorial 1. Go to Blackboard 2. Submit completed answer sheet to your assigned TA, by September 15, 2010. - You’ll be assigned a TA on Friday
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Epiglottis Trachea Swallowing Esophogus
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Swallowing and Peristalsis
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HEIMLICH MANEUVER REMEMBER: A choking person cannot ask for help Perform Heimlich Gently Slat Back
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Swallowing Touch Receptors
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Cross Section of the Esophagus Muscle
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Peristaltic Contraction Relaxation Contraction
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Relaxation Contraction Peristaltic Contraction
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Relaxation Contraction Peristaltic Contraction
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Relaxation Contraction Peristaltic Contraction
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Relaxation Contraction Peristaltic Contraction
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Contraction Peristaltic Contraction
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Esophageal Sphincter 1. “Tone” is modulated by parasympathetic 2. Can be voluntarily controlled. a. Belchers b. Beer Pourers Vagus Nerve
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Steven Petrosino drank 1 liter of beer (33 ounces) in 1.3 seconds on June 22, 1977 at the Gingerbreadman in Carlise, PA, a 56% improvement over the previous world
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Lecture 4 Stomach - Lecture 4: The Stomach NS 1150 Paper...

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