Chapter 5, 6, & 7
#1. What are the four stages of wound healing? - 1. Hemostasis (stops bleeding) 2. Inflammation 3.Proliferation 4. Maturation #2. What does a first degree burn effect? - Only the epidermis. Re...
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A&P Unit 1
#1. Superior - Above #2. Inferior - Below #3. Anterior - Front #4. Posterior - Back #5. Medial - Toward the Midline #6. Lateral - Away From the Midline #7. Cephalad - Toward the Head #8. Caudad...
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The Autonomic Nervous System
#1. Autonomic Nervous System - involuntarily travels to organs, glands, smooth and cardiac muscle tissue #2. Sympathetic - energizes the body #3. Thoracic - T1 to T12 #4. Lumbar - L1 and L2 #5. Sy...
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Chapter 18: Cardiovascular System - Blood Vessels
#1. Inner layer - tunica intema (aka tunica interna) #2. Middle layer - tunica media #3. Outer layer - tunica externa #4. Composed of simple squamous epithelium (endothelium) Helps to prevent blo...
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Chapter 18: Cardiovascular System - Coverings and Layers
#1. Heart Anatomy - About the size of your fist Hollow Cone-shaped Weighs less than a pound #2. pericardium - double-walled sac that encloses the heart #3. Fibrous pericardium - Dense connect...
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Chapter 18: Cardiovascular System - Heart Sounds and Cardiac Cycle
#1. valve function - allows for the blood to flow only in one direction #2. Lub Dup sounds come from - valves closing #3. first heart sounds - AV valves closing #4. second heart sounds - semilunar...
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Chapter 18: Cardiovascular System - Cardiac Conduction System
#1. Heart contracts by ____________ - electrical signals #2. Sinoatrial Node (S-A node) - pacemaker #3. Located in the wall of the right atrium. Initiates the impulse. Generates the hearts rhyt...
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Chapter 18: Cardiovascular System - Anatomy and Blood Flow
#1. Atria - entryway Receiving chambers for blood returning to the heart from circulation Need only to contract minimally to push blood “downstairs” è small thin-walled chambers #2. Ventricles ...
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Endocrine system : Clinical views, Disorders
Anatomy and Physiology 2 DR. VU...
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Chapter 22: Respiratory System - Disorders and Transportation
#1. Coughing - A long-drawn and deep inhalation followed by complete closure of glottis, which results in a strong exhalation that suddenly pushes the glottis open and sends a blast of air t...
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Chapter 22: Respiratory System - Respiratory Volumes and Capacities
#1. Respiratory volumes - The amount of air that is flushed in and out of the lungs #2. Respiratory capacities - Specific sums of the respiratory volumes #3. Spirometer - measures r...
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Chapter 22: Respiratory System - Process of Respiration
#1. Function of the Respiratory System - Supply the body with oxygen and dispose of carbon dioxide #2. Four Process of Respiration - Pulmonary ventilation External respiration Transport of re...
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Chapter 22: Respiratory System - Parts
#1. Nose & nasal cavity - –Only external part of the respiratory system. –Provides an airway for respiration. –Moistens, warms and filters air. –Resonating chamber for speech –Has olfactory (smel...
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