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Period of time when the heart fills with blood after

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period of time when the heart fills with blood after systole Reaxtion Lub-dub sound Cardiac outpu t Every 60 seconds -5 liters/ventricle In the pulmonary circuit, blood picks up oxygen in the lungs Pulmonary circuit: Carries oxygen-depleted blood away from the heart, to the lungs, and returns oxygenated blood back to the heart Lungs and heart only Pulmonary arteries ; deoxygenated blood to lungs Pulmonary veins ; oxygenated blood to heart In the systemic circuit, blood travels to and from tissues Systemic circuit Oxygenated blood pumped by left side of heart movews through body and returns to left atrium Heart and the rest of the body Aorta Main vessel out of the left ventricle Major arteries branch of this
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Superior vena cava Main route of blood from head to heart Inferior vena cava Major route of blood from lower body to heart BLOOD CIRCULATORY SYSTEM Arteries takes blood away aorta=largest blood vessel in the heart Pulmonary artery= carries blood containing carbon dioxide from your heart to your lungs Three types of veins Veins brings blood back to heart 1.inferior vena cava- where the blood enters the heart from the body 2. Superior vena cava- where the blood enters the heart from the body 3. Pulmonary vein- carries blood-containing oxygen from your lungs to your heart Arteries- carries blood away from the heart Veins- carries blood back to the heart Capillaries- delivers low-oxygen blood to veins (smallest) BLOOD DISORDERS Blood pressure (hypertension); the force or pressure developed by the heart, which acts to pump blood through the circulatory system. Systolic; a measure of the maximum force or pressure developed in the arteries when the heart contracts Diastolic; a measure of the lowest pressure which occur in the arteries during cardiac relaxation High blood pressure Continuous elevation of blood pressure above the normal range Sphygmomanometer; an instrument used to measure blood pressure Stethoscope; an instrument used to listen to the sounds of the heart, or listen to the flow of blood through
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Arteriosclerosis: artery walls harden;caused by a diet high in fat and cholesterol. Causes Smoking Diabetes High blood pressure High cholesterol Overweight Treatment Medication Exercise Prevention Reduce the amount of stress in your everyday life Change diet to reduce the am amount at sodium,fats and cholesterol Regular medical checkups Heart attack: stoppage in the flow of blood to the heart Prevention -reduce stress - change diet to less intake sodium (salt) DISEASES AND DISORDERS OF THE CIRCULATORY SYSTEM Stroke; happens when a cluster of blood cells block blood vessels in the brain Stroke is a brain attack Prevention; Don’t smoke Drink in moderation Get cholesterol checked Exercise 30 minute Consume a low fat diet Treatment;
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Medication Rehabilitation Circulatory systems disease: CONGENITAL HEART DISEASE -it is also known as the blue baby syndrome -It can be caused by heart valve defects and problems with the heart muscles
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