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CARDIOVASCULAR

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HEART PROVIDES THE FORCE TO CIRCULATE BLOOD TO ALL PARTS OF THE BODY
MEDIASTINUM SPACE BETWEEN THE TWO PLURAL CAVITIES THAT CONTAIN THE LUNGS, ALSO CALLED THE INTERPLEURAL SPACE
DOGS AND CATS HAVE BETWEEN 3-7 RIBS
CATTLE AND HORSES HAVE BETWEEN 2-6 RIBS
THE HEART "THE PUMP" FUNCTIONS KEEP BLOOD MOVING THROUGH THE VASCULAR SYSTEM, DELIVER OXYGEN AND NUTRIENTS NEEDED BY CELLS, TRANSPORT HORMONES, DELIVER ANTIBODIES AND ANTI-INFLAMMATORY CELLS
MYO MUSCLE
PERICARDIUM OUTER LAYER OF THE HEART; PARIETAL; VISCERAL
MYOCARDIUM MUSCLE OF THE HEART
ENDOCARDIUM SEROUS MEMBRANE LINING THE INNER CHAMBERS OF THE HEART
TWO BRANCHES COME OFF THE AORTIC ARCH IN CATS AND DOGS
INNOMINATE ARTERY (BRACHIOCEPHALIC) WHICH BRANCHES INTO THE RIGHT SUBCLAVIAN ARTERY AND RIGHT AND LEFT COMMON CAROTID ARTERIES
CENTRAL VASCULAR SYSTEM ARTERIES, ARTERIOLES, CAPILLARIES, VENULES, VEINS
CANINE HEART RATE 70-160 BEATS PER MINUTE
FELINE HEAR RATE 150-210 BEATS PER MINUTE
CARDIAC OUTPUT EQUATION CO=SV(STROKE VOLUME) *HR(HEART RATE)
Created by: JODY84