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OMSA Study Guide ~ updated April 2016

OMSA Study Guide ~ updated April 2016. Cardiovascular System. 1. Know the anatomy of the heart and the blood flow through the heart. The heart is composed of 4 chambers. The upper chambers are called atria (singular is atrium) and the lower chambers are called ventricles. So, there are right and left atria and right and ...


Basic Cardiac Rhythms – Identification and Response

Physiology. Blood Flow. Unoxygenated blood flows from inferior and superior vena cava. Right Atrium. Tricuspid Valve. Right Ventricle. Pulmonic Valve. Lungs. Through Pulmonary system ...

Basic EKG Refresher.pdf

Contains Teaching Ideas, Class Discussion Prompts and 4

TEachER'S GuidE. 2. The heart and how it Works. The language and activities in this guide can be used as a tool to teach students how the heart works, why it is important ... The heart also has valves that control the direction of blood flow. Think of .... can show the flow of blood through the heart and label the different valves.


Ch 5 Anatomy and Physiology of the Cardiovascular System

Structures of the Heart. Conduction System. Functions of the Heart. The Blood Vessels and Circulation. Blood Vessels. Blood Pressure. Blood Circulation ... Cardiac conduction system: The initiation and distribution of impulses through the myocardium that coordinates the cardiac cycle. Cardiac cycle: A heartbeat; it consists ...


The Cardiovascular System: The Heart

18.3 What path does blood take through the heart? 18.6 Mechanical events. 18.7 How is pumping regulated? starting with then looking at. 18.1 Anatomy of the heart. Physiology ..... valve. (a). Mitral. (left atrioventricular) valve. Aortic valve. Pulmonary valve. Cardiac skeleton. Anterior. (b). Explore human cadaver. Study Area> ...


Heart Procedures Glossary

velocity of blood flow through an artery which can be used to estimate the degree of vessel narrowing. Color Flow Doppler: A Doppler study uses ultrasound to analyze blood flow characteristics within the heart or other vascular structure. Color is assigned by the computer to help determine the velocity and direction of blood ...

Heart Procedures Glossary.pdf

UGA Anatomy and Physiology 2 Lab Manual

Identify the four heart valves, describing the function of each. • Identify the great vessels of the heart and describe their relationship to the chambers they serve. • Describe the differences between the pulmonary circuit and the systemic circuit. • Trace the pathway of blood through the pulmonary circuit and systemic circuit.


Arrows show the path of blood flow in the human heart. The blood

Arrows show the path of blood flow in the human heart. The blood enters the heart from the body through the superior vena cava and the inferior vena cava. Then the blood enters the right atrium chamber of the heart. The blood then moves through the tricuspid valve (shown as two white flaps) into the right ventricle ...


Aerobic Dance Study Guide Section 1: Why participate in a fitness

Aerobic Dance Study Guide. Updated Winter 2016. 3. Section 3- Anatomy of an aerobic workout. Warm-up- Prepare your body for vigorous exercise, improve your performance, prevent injury, increase circulation and raise your heart rate gradually. Move the major muscle groups through a full range of motion. Aerobic  ...

Aerobic Dance Study Guide_W16.pdf?v2

Lab #10: Cardiovascular Physiology

Lab #10: Cardiovascular Physiology. Background. The heart serves as a pump to drive the flow of blood through the body. It does so by undergoing a cycle of contraction and relaxation called the cardiac cycle. During the initial portion of the cardiac cycle, an electrical signal is generated in so-called “pacemaker cells” that .


WATCHMAN® Left Atrial Appendage Closure Device

Patient Information Guide. Boston S cientific, (eP atient Guide (PG)T emplate, 8in x 8in, 90642526 AA), ePG, W atc hman, EN, 907. 43933-02A. Black (K) ∆E ≤5.0 ... four chambers fill with blood when the heart is at rest and then pump the blood ... and left atrium and then travels through special pathways to both the right and.


Deep vein thrombosis (DVT) and Pulmonary embolism (PE)

when a blood clot breaks off from a DVT and travels through the blood stream and ... Heart attack. = MI = myocardial infarction. Peripheral arterial clot. = Gangrene. Extremity is: • painful. • cold. • white/pale, later black. Pulmonary embolism (=PE) .... A CT scan is the most common imaging study used to diagnose PE. It is also.


Personal Trainer Study Guide & Schedule

Pathway of blood flow through the body/heart. □ Cardiorespiratory variables, the acute responses during exercise, and long-term adaptations to training. □ Variables related to oxygen consumption. □ The three energy systems and their contributions during exercise. □ Anaerobic threshold. □ Characteristics of skeletal ...


Youth Take Heart Teacher's Manual

the arteries while the heart is relaxed, and the blood is entering the heart. This is called diastolic pressure (the lower number). 3. Body Mass index (BMi) is a value ... Describe what they have learned about their heart and health through the activities of determining ...... The flow of blood through the heart will also be covered.


ECG Interpretation Incredibly Easy

Quick guide to arrhythmias. 359. Glossary. 364 ... the flow of blood to and through the heart and the struc- tures involved in this ... structure of coronary circulation. Outside the heart. The heart is a cone-shaped, muscular organ. It's located in the chest, behind the sternum in the mediastinal cavity (or medi- astinum), between ...

ECG Interpretation Made Incredibly Easy! (5th edition).pdf

Patient's Guide to EP Study and Catheter Ablation

How the Heart Works. 3. How the Heart's Electrical System Works. 3. Commonly Used Heart Rhythm Terms. 4. Electrophysiology Study (EPS) & Ablation. 5. Reasons for Performing an EPS ... pathways (called the bundle of His). When this impulse ... because the heart is not pumping the blood through the heart fast enough.


Group Exercise Study Guide and Schedule

Pathway of blood flow through the body/heart. □ Cardiorespiratory variables, the responses during exercise, and adaptations to training. □ Variables related to oxygen consumption. □ The three energy systems and their contributions during exercise. □ Anaerobic threshold. □ Characteristics of skeletal muscle fiber types .


Electrophysiology Study

Normally, electricity flows through- out the heart in a regular, meas- ured pattern. This electrical system brings about coordinated heart muscle contractions. A problem anywhere along the electrical pathway causes an arrhythmia, or heart rhythm disturbance. By accurately diagnosing the precise cause of an arrhythmia, it is ...

EP Study.pdf

Electrophysiology Study and Catheter Ablation

1. A Patient Guide to. Electrophysiology Study and. Catheter Ablation. Peter Munk Cardiac Program ... before the procedure to assure more accurate results; also, blood thinners such as warfarin (Coumadin), dabigatran (Pradax), .... We wouldn't want to put you through two different procedures when it can all be done at one ...


The neprilysin pathway in heart failure: a review and guide on the

May 20, 2016 ... pathways. Therefore, further therapies to improve outcomes in these patients are needed. THE NATRIURETIC PEPTIDE SYSTEM. The natriuretic peptide ..... In the Safety and Tolerability of. Initiating LCZ696 in Heart Failure Patients ( TITRATION) study31 of dose escalation strategies of sacubitril/valsartan.