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Leasson 4

What is the greates mucle? The heart
Abouthow big is an adult heart Two fist put together
How much force does the heart use when it pumps blood? It uses the force it takes to squezze a tennis ball
Where is the heart located ? The heart is located in the center of the heart with a slight lean to the left.
What are the basic structers located ? Located in the center of the cheast.
How many chambers does the heart have ? The heart has four chambers
What does the blue blood mean. Blood boold repersents oxygen poor blood
What does red blood mean ? Red blood repersents oxygen rich blood
what is cardiac disstresed ? The heart recives less oxygen ,which results in chest and less efficent heart
What is angina Pactoris? chest pain caused by heart not getting enough oxygen
What causes cardiac disstrese Clogged arteries by plaque
what is Atherosclerosis? Medical word to describe the condition of plaque clogging an artery and causeing the heart to recive less oxygen
What is the purpose of CPR The purpose of CPR is to keep oxygen rich blood pum ping to other vital (IMPORTANT)organs ,like the brain so they dont suffer damage
What is myocardial Ischemia When cardiac oxygen supply and demand are diffrent.Meaning the heart uses more oxygen then it gets. The result is death of the tissue .
Created by: Lesly M.