Physiology of the cardiovascular system
The main function of the cardiovascular system is to generate pressure
and force to pump blood to the tissues.
In basic physics, any fluid flow depends on pressure gra
Physiology - 8
Hemodynamics - 1
Today we will take about hemodynamics which is the study of the
movement of blood and of the forces concerned.
Now how the blood continue to go from one part to other part.th
Dr. Mohammad Al Jaafar
Before you start please read these notes
I rearranged this sheet while making it so you cannot follow up with
the record. If you want to listen to the record my advice for you is to
We are going to discuss the treatment of the hypertension disease,we
have discussedwith dr. Sokina (in medicine lecture), the physiology, the
pathophysiology,how the patient will be presented to y
Antihypertensive drugs I
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Pharmacology lecture #4
we studied in the first medicine lecture the physiology, pathology and the
clinical aspects of hypertension, in this
Anti - Anginal
Good Evening / Morning .
This lecture is about Anti-Anginal Drugs, it was given by Dr.Hakam.
One of the very important diseases in the Cardio Vascular system
Hello guys :"3
According to Dr. Shakeeb the slides are enough for the exam and the questions will not
include anything out of the slides, so I just rearranged them with some notes.
Today's lecture is about antiarrhythmic drugs. Take a deep breath and lets start.
To make it more interesting we will start with a case:
A patient was presented to the Emergency Room at t
Regulation of blood pressure
of blood pressure
Regulation of blood pressure
As we know from the previous lectures that if the systolic blood pressure of
a person drops
Heart Failure Drugs
Dr. Hakam Hadidi
Drugs Used in The Treatment of
1) The cardiac Performance is:
The function of preload
The function of afterload
The functionof contr
Cardiac Arrhythmias and Their Electrocardiographic
Today, we are going to talk about the abnormal excitation.
As we said before, you have the SA node, which is the pacemaker for
Physiology - 3
Please, do not listen to the record while studying.
The standard EKG consists of 12 leads, with each lead determined by the
placement and orientation of various electrodes on the body.
Seham Reyad Obeidat
CVS is one of the most important systems in our practice, and you will see in the future that most
people complain from hypertension, ischemic heart diseases, hyperli
Heart Failure & Circulatory Shock
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Its a condition in which the heart cant perform its function properly; it doesnt pump a
sufficient cardiac output
Local Blood flow to tissues
Local Blood Flow to Tissues
Why do we need to regulate the blood
Lecture objectives :1. Describe the local mechanism that controls blood
flow to tissues, including acute and l
Physiology - 9
In the previous lecture we talked about measuring the blood pressure
using Auscultatory method but there is another method we didnt
mention which is the palpation method:
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Blood pressure regulation 2
Long term regulation of blood pressure
In the previous lecture we talked about the short term regulation of blood
pressure which is mainly controlled by the nervous system, in this
we will start by reviewing the ECG:
P wave depolarization of the atria (open of sodium channels in the atria).
PR segmentatrial plateau, cont
Okay lets continue on what we were discussing the last lecture
Its the class which affects beta 1 adrenergic receptors within the heart, so the effect will be a
Reference point for measuring blood pressure in the human body:
Remember when we talked about the blood pressure, we said that the
normal is 120/80 and that when you are sitting or standing the bloo
Continuation of the previous lecture cardiac cycle lecture:
This is the pressure volume curve: which shows the relation
between the left ventricular volume and left intraventricular
Lipoproteins and Cholesterol II
Lipoproteins and cholesterol #2 *the slides are included
Intestinal Uptake of Lipids
assume that you took a lipid-rich meal, thenthe process of digestion would begin.
Sam M Junior
#The doctor started the lecture by a question, which was: What is the name of the
small arteries that supply the walls of the vessels?
#Thick walls of the vessels are supplied by certain small a
Dr. Samir Al Bashir
Seham Reyad Obeidat
Today we will complete the previous lecture which was talking about acute rheumatic
fever and rheumatic heart disease mainly (we talked about the acute and chronic, and
pathogenesis and pa
Dr.Mohammed Al Haidary
-Alright, last time we remember that at the
Embryonic period > first 8 weeks.
beginning the heart is a single chamber but with Fetal period > after the end of
embryonic period until birth.
In the previous lecture, we reviewed the arterial supply throughout the
body and today, we shall review the venous drainage. Since we now
know the arterial distribution throughout the body, it will be a little easi
Lipoproteins and Cholesterol I
Lipoproteins and cholesterol *the slides are included
We are going to talk about lipids, lipoproteins, cholesterol, and how they are related to the CVS.
Today we will start describing the cardiovascular system structurally. As we know
by now, this system is a completely closed system, composed of a pumping station
(the heart) of specialized muscle.
Recall that we have 3 types