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SBGR Clinical Review

SBGR MA 190 Week 2

angia pectoris chest pain
CHF congestive heart failure
atherosclerosis build-up of waxy plaque on the inside of blood vessels
arteriosclerosis thickening and loss of elasticity of the arterial walls
cardiopulmonary relating to the heart and lungs
bradycardia slow heart rate
tachycardia fast heart rate
MI myocardial infarction
diastolic The phase of blood circulation in which the hearts pumping chambers are being filled with blood
systolic the phase of blood circulation in which the heart's pumping chambers are actively pumping blood
arrhythmia without a regular heart rate
myocardium heart muscle
hypotension low blood pressure
pulse what can be felt of the surface of the skin as blood moves through the artery
respiration the exchange of oxygen and carbon dioxide with the atmosphere, the lungs and at the cellular level
blood pressure the force of the blood moving through the arteries
hypertension high blood pressure, HTN
electrocardiography the study and interpretation of the recording of the electric currents of the heart
electrocardiogram the record of the electrical currents of the heart
electrocardiograph the instrument for recording electric currents of the heart
Created by: SBGrandRapids