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carries some oxygen through blood plasma
these are red blood cells erythrocytes
not having enough red blood cells means you are this.. anemic
iron in your blood is called this hemoglobin
platelets that help blood clot when you get an injury thrombocytes
another name for white blood cells that fight infections leukocytes
this type of circulation pumps blood to the left side of the heart to the body tissue systemic circulation
this type of circulation pumps blood to the right side of the heart and lungs pulmonary circulation
this blood is mixed and largely oxygenated capillary blood
why do arteries need to be thicker to take the force of the pumping of the blood from the heart.
another name for small arteries arterioles
another name for small veins venules
smallest veins capillaries
how big the largest arteries are size of fingers or thumb
these have thicker walls then veins carry blood away from the heart arteries
these have thicker walls then capillaries carries blood to the heart veins
these are in veins that help blood go in and out of the arteries like (lift stations) valves
older veins that collect blood because the valves aren't opening and closing as well most of feet can be found on runners varicose veins
area between lungs mediastinum
this nerve goes to the heart and effects heart rate, increasing and decreasing like when working out vagus nerve
this nerve stretches across your diaphragm and contracts involuntarily phrenic nerve
inner lining of the heart endocardium
heart muscle myocardium
3 pericardium's visceral, cavity, fibrous pericardium
refers to organs such as the heart visceral
hole space, that goes around the heart with fluids cavity
fibrous and fatty and strongly attached to the sternum and keeps twisting contracting and squeezing the heart. fibrous pericardium
infections of the layers of the heart pericarditis
sends out pulse to the heart SAS (sinal atrial node)
travels to the ventricle AV (atrioventricular node)
ECG electrocardiogram
120 or normal blood pressure that is always higher and in top( during ventricular contraction) systole
80 or when your relaxed is lower.(during ventricular relaxation) diastole
high blood pressure hypertension
chest pain angina
angina is cured with nitroglycerin
when your heart stops cardiac arrest
blockage of arteries myocardial infraction
quiver heart beat electrical activity v-fibrillations
stops all unorganized electrical activity , stops heart d-fibrillations
atrioles quiver atrial-fibrillations
causes atrium to compact P-wave
big spike causes ventricles to contract QRS
repolarization "resetting" T-wave
how long and short they are can help tell if you will go into cardiac arrest P-Q and S-T segments
heart beat is know as this sinus rhythm
route of blood supply being blocked you can get this surgery bypass surgery
looks strait back into the pharynx oral cavity
air and food goes through this pharynx
breaks down and digests food stomach
tree parts of the small intestine duodenum, jejunum, ileum
what does the small intestine do absorption
2 parts of the large intestine cecum, vermiform appendix
what the large intestine does removes absorbed water
carries stuff up through the large intestine ascending colon
carries stuff across the large intestine transverse colon
carries stuff down the large intestine descending colon
carries stuff to the bottom of the large intestine sigmoid colon
temporary storage for waste rectum
composed of sphincter muscles anal canal
help break down food to go through mouth teeth
pushes saliva and food down the esophagus tongue
produces saliva to digest food centrally located sublingual
produces saliva to digest food under tongue submandibular
produces saliva to digest food located on top of mouth parotid
takes out parasites, produces bile, filters blood(largest internal organ) liver
under liver, stress and concentrates bile gallbladder
collects bile and spreads it around the body where needed bile ducts
deep to stomach, produces insulin for digestive material. pancreas
connects pharynx to stomach esophagus
Created by: hwzone