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    Cardiac Dysrhythmia

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    Cardiac Dysrhythmia That fleeting feeling in your chest; your heart skipping a beat, or even being breath taken; it could all be signs of being in love, or, in the medical field, it could be the signs of cardiac dysrhythmia (or arrhythmia). The human heart is like the electrical hub of the body. When any electrical hub is disturbed, a slight bump may cause the lights to flicker, or in the worst case, cause the lights to go out; permanently. The same can be said of the human heart. Irregularities

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    Cardiac RAAS

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    and vasopressin release while kidney RAS regulates fibrosis and sodium retention. In this paper, an overview of the components of the circulatory renin-angiotensin system and their productions will be given, along with evidence in support of a cardiac RAS. The local RAS of the heart deviate from the classical pathway in two ways, one being other sources of productions such as myocytes and fibroblasts that differ from renal or neural RAS, and the other being its functions and roles that distinguish

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    Cardiac Arrhythmia

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    by means of electrical impulses and the opening and closing of valves within its many layers. It is what keeps us and every other creature on this earth alive; so it is only natural for one to fear when there might be a problem with one’s heart. A cardiac arrhythmia can happen to anyone, no matter the age, race, or gender, and as such, doctors and scientist have spent years trying to better understand the heart and the way it functions so that they can try to prevent these problems and save millions

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    Cardiac Sonography

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    Cardiac sonographers also known as echocardiographers are medical professionals who use a type of imaging called ultrasound that uses high frequency sound waves to create images of the heart, look at the functioning of the hearts chambers, vessels, walls, blood flow, and valve function( “Cardiac Sonography: Job,” 2013). Cardiac sonographers work with ultrasound equipment and a transducer probe to generate sound waves

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    Cardiac Muscle Cells

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    Heart (Cardiac Muscle) Cells Question 1: Briefly describe, in 500 words or less, the normal structure and function of your chosen cell type. In your answer, discuss specific features in your chosen cell type, including cell organelles. Throughout the heart, Cardiac Muscle cells are connected together to form a large network from one end to the other. These cells form a shape such that each individual cell always remains in-contact with 3 others cells at all times. The cells are held together

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    Lab Report The Effects of Drugs on Cardiac Physiology The study of cardio physiology was broken up into five distinct parts all centering on the cardiovascular system. The first lab was utilization of the electrocardiogram (ECG). This studied the electrical activities of the heart by placing electrodes on different parts of the skin. This results in a graph on calibrated paper of these activities. These graphs are useful in the diagnosis of heart disease and heart abnormalities. Alongside

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    Cardiac Muscle Contraction The heart is a muscular organ which pumps blood through the blood vessels of the circulatory system. Blood provides the body with oxygen and nutrients, as well as assists in the removal of metabolic wastes. In humans, the heart is located between the lungs and divided into four chambers: upper left and right atria; and lower left and right ventricles. The heart is enclosed in a protective sac, the pericardium, which also contains a small amount of fluid. The wall of the

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    Generating and Replacing Cardiac Muscle

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    Is the differentiation of Cardiac stem cells, (CSC’s) into cardiac myocytes (heart tissue), the best way to regenerate and replace cardiac muscle? Cardiac stem cells z In 2012, the Cochrane Collaboration; an organisation that analyses medical studies, analysed 33 trials which included 1,765 patients concerning stem cells that were injected into their hearts in an attempt to improve the heart’s pumping ability. On average the injected stem cells only increased the heart’s pumping ability by 3-4 percent;

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    Cardiac Rhabdomyomatous Dysplasia in a Heifer

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    vimentin, smooth muscle α-actin and myogenin factor 4. Based on characteristic changes and immunoreactivity, the lesion was originally classified as a cardiac rhabdomyoma. The equivalence of this lesion with cardiac hamartoma is inherent, because cardiac rhabdomyomas are considered not a neoplasia but congenital hamartomas. However, contrary to cardiac hamartomas in animals, whose principal component is an abnormal vascular pattern, which was not a main aspect in this lesion, hamartoma was not part

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    Sudden Cardiac Death

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    related cardiac deaths are very sudden and most scientists don’t know why they occur, but researchers are conducting many studies to try to determine the exact cause. What happens when an athlete that is in the best of physical health suffers a sudden cardiac death? The sudden death leaves the community, team, and family shocked and devastated and looking for answers. There has been many studies done trying to determine why athletes suffer sudden cardiac arrest. Although sudden cardiac deaths are

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