SpirometryThe Measurement of
Spirometers recapture expired
breath and record rate and depth
of breathing, speed of expiration,
and rate of oxygen consumption
Most licensed respiratory
NUIP 3430: Pharm II
Reading Guide 3: Blood Vessels
Chapter 45: Calcium Channel Blockers
1. Briefly describe the physiologic function of calcium channels and their role in the cardiovascular
The calcium channel acts on the myocar
NUIP 3430-Fall 2016
Reading Guide 1Due 8/29
1. Define the following terms:
a. Action potential-the change of potential that helps neurons to pass electrical signals
from one cell to another.
b. Agonist: drugs that directly activate receptors
ISCHEMIC HEART DISEASE
Atherosclerosis pathologic process of thickening and hardening of the vessel
caused by accumulation of lipid-laden macrophages within the arterial wall leading
to the formation of plaque; not limited to single organ, bu
Before class, please review the following: steps in synaptic transmission, figure 13-3, cholinergic,
adrenergic, acetylcholine, epinephrine, norepinephrine, dopamine.
Human Nervous System
Central Nervous System
NUIP 3430: Pharm II
Reading Guide: Blood Vessels
Chapter 43: Review of Hemodynamics
1. Identify the differences between the structure and function of veins and arteries.
Function: The arteries transport blood from heart to tissues; the v
Congestive Heart Failure (CHF)
1. CHF: when the heart no longer has the ability to generate adequate cardiac
output, causing inadequate perfusion. Nearly 10% of people greater than 65,
and is the single most common reason for admission
Reading Guide 4
Chapter 48: Heart Failure
*Goal: Enhance your knowledge of the disease process of heart failure to better
understand the effects of pharmacologic interventions to be discussed in class.
1. Explain the pathophysiologic
Anatomy and Physiology Notes 2
Chapter 6: BONE TISSUE
Endoskeleton: lies within the soft tissues of the body
Axial Skeleton: bones of head, vertebral column, ribs, and sternum (central AXIS of the body)
Appendicular Skeleton: bones of the ext
CHAPTER 6: BONE TISSUE
Endoskeleton: lies within the soft tissue of the body
Axial Skeleton: bones of head, vertebral column, ribs and sternum
(central axis of the body)
Appendicular Skeleton: bones of the extremities: bones of pectoral and
Anatomy and Physiology Notes 3
CH 10: MUSCLE TISSUE
Muscle Tissue Types
Outstanding characteristic of muscle tissue: ability to contract/shorten
Skeletal Muscle: most attached to bones; contraction= skeletal movement
Chapter 3: Membrane Transport
Plasma membrane: cell membrane, surrounds the cytoplasm and forms the
limiting cell boundary. therefore controls passage of material in and out
o Plasma membrane structure:
Phospholipid bilayer (anything that wants to get in
-If your name is in bold, youre the group leader.
-If your name is in italics, you missed class the day that groups were formed, so youve
been randomly assigned to a group.
What you should know (so far)
about Periodic Table
You should know all terms on
previous slide and
Name of IA
No. of Valence electrons are given by
number for the A series, i.e.
1A has 1 val
Summary of Material for Exam I:
Note: You should work through the sample problems and the problems in the sections that we have covered (see section list below).
Additional Suggested Practice Problems:
Chapter 1: 59, 61, 64 (a, b), 65 (a, b), 66 (a, c), 7
Lab Seven: Urinary System
1. Identify gross anatomical structures and microscopic structures of the urinary system
using pictures and models.
2. Perform a pig dissection & identify gross anatomical structures of the urinary system.
3. Perform a
Lab Eight: Reproductive Systems
1. Identify major reproductive organs (male and female) on lab models and
2. Identify major reproductive organs (male and female) on a fetal pig.
3. Identify reproductive structures on histological se
-Temporal lobe on outward lateral side
-pyramids of medulla: 1st medial strip on
anterior of medulla oblongata
-olive: 2nd strip from middle on anterior of
Septum pellucidum: membrane
covering lateral ventricle