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lesson 4

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how many beats does our heart beat a year? 35 million times
how many chambers do you have in your heart? 4 chambers
what does blue represent? oxygen poor blood
what does red represent oxygen rich blood
what is the aorta? oxygen rich blood pumped out to the body
what id the pulmonary artery? oxygen poor bloodpumped to the lungs to pick up oxygen
what is angina pectoris? chest pain caused
what is atherosclerosis? condition of plaque clogging an artery and causes the heart to recieve less oxygen
how can heart tissue be damaged? injury,smoking,drug abuse,and excessive drinking
what is myocardial ischemia? when cardiac oxygen supply and damand are different which means the heart is using more oxygen then it gets
surgical procedures- angioplasty,bypass
what size is an aduts heart? their two fists put together
where is the heart located? in the center of the chest with a slight lean to the left
what are the cardiac emergencies? cardiac distress and cardiac arrest
distress- the heart is recieving less oxygen this would result in chest pain and a less efficient heart
blood clot- when plaque builds up in a artery it may tare at times and blood platelets will stick to it
how can you get clogged arteries? plaque
what is atherosclerosis? plaque clogging an artery causing the heart to recieve less oxygen
blood clot- when plaque builds up in a artery
what is first in the cardiac chain of survival? early recognition and access
what is second in the cardiac chain of survival? early CPR
true/false does CPR restart a heart? false
what is first in the cardiac chain of survival? early recognition and access
what is second in the cardiac chain of survival? early CPR
true/false does CPR restart a heart? false
what does a (AED) do? it can re-establish an effective heart rhythum
why would you stop CPR? 1. if the scene becomes unsafe 2.their breathing 3. aed is avaliable 4.too tired 5.ems is there
what is third in the cardiac chain of survival? early defibrillation (AED)
how many chest compressions does one cycle have ? 30 chest compressions
what does a (AED) do? it can re-establish an effective heart rhythum
what is fourth in the cardiac chain of survival? early advanced medical care
how many chest compressions does one cycle have ? 30 chest compressions
how many rescue breaths do you give after the chest compressions?(one cycle) 2 rescue breaths
Created by: ashleag