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Chapter 10

Leukemia abbreviations, SA AV nodes,

SA node Pacemaker of the heart
AV Slows electrical condition silently
Bundle branch Both sides of septum
Purkin SE fibers Cause ventricular contraction
ALL Acute lymphoblastic leukemia
CLL Chronic lymphoblastic leukemia
AML Acute melyoid leukemia
CML Chronic myeloid leukemia
HCL Hairy cell leukemia
Blood in body Produces 8-12 pints can be reproduce when take blood for transfusions
Hemoglobin Oxygen
Hematocrit Iron when patient is anemic low ( )
White cells Neutrophil, eosinophil, basophil, lymphocyte, monocyte
Monocyte or monoloucytes Too many monocytes in white blood count
Red blood cells Erythrocytes carry oxygen
Spleen Bigger in adults than children
Thymus gland Bigger in children not adults
What's in the heart Aorta, superior vena cava, tricuspid valve, pulmonary veins, inferior vena cava, right and left antrium, aortic and mitral valves, left right ventricle, septum, pulmonary arteries,
Plasma Test tube 55% 1% white blood cells platelets plasma 95% water
Blood enters the heart from first Inferior vena cava into right antrium
Second Right antrium contracts pushes blood through triycustered valve into right ventricle
Third When right antrium contracts pushes blood up through pulmonic valve to pulmonary arteries and drop off carbon
Fourth Pulmonary arteries carry blood to lungs to remove carbon and pick up oxygen
Five From lungs the blood travels through the pulmonary veins to left antrium
Six When left antrium contracts it pushes blood through the bicustered mitral valve to left ventricles
Seven When left ventricle contracts it pushes the blood up through Arctic valve to aorta arch
Eight Up and down the blood goes through aortic arch then to the body
Left ventricle Main pumping chamber of the heart
Ventricle Pump blood vertically always
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