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Cardiac Cycle Inferior and Superior vena cava>right atrium>tricuspid>right venticle>pulmonic valve>pulmonary artery>lungs>pulmonary veins>left atria>mitral valve>left ventricle>aortic valve>aorta>circulation
function of the heart a 4 chamber double pump
function of the atria (right and left) pump blood into the ventricles
function of arteries carry blood away from the heart
function of the veins carry blood toward the heart
function right ventricles right pumps to pulmonary circulation
function left ventricle pumps blood to systemic circulation
What are the AV valves? AV valves, tricuspid and mitral
what are the semilunar valves pulmonic and aortic
What sound is made when the valves close> LUB-DUB
What sounds are made S1-mitral and tricuspid valves LUB
What sounds is made S2 pulmonic and aortic valves DUB
Systole takes place when the _________contract ventricles
Diastole is the time between ____________ when ventricles are ___________ and are being filled with blood. contractions, relaxed
As ventricles begin to contract, the pressure in the ventricles_______which cause the ____valves to close and produce__________. rises, AV(mitral and tricuspid), S1-LUB
As pressure continues to rise it forces the ________________ and __________valves to open and the blood is ejected into either the pulmonary artery or aorta pulmonic and aortic valves
S1, S2, S3, S4 which sound is made during artial closure S4
S1, S2, S3, S4 which sound is made during aortic valve closure S2
S1, S2, S3, S4 which sound is made during ventricular filling from LA>LV S3
S1, S2, S3, S4 which sound is made during mitral valve closing S1
What sound is made when the mitral valve opens?and what is this a sound of? OS-opening snap - mitral stenosis
What is turbulent flow within the heart a murmur
What is turbulent flow outside heart in arteries called bruit
When does splitting take place with heart sounds when we hear both the right and left side of the heart valve closures
What can cause turbulent flow (murmur, bruits) Increased flow through normal valves, flow through narrowed valve or vessel, flow into a dilated chamber, back flow, shunting
Created by: netangel29