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    Cardiac Waves Case Study

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    1. Based on the results from Table 1, there were position-dependent and exercise-dependent changes in the heart rate. It appears that the post-exercise pulses were greater than the standing pulse, and that the standing pulses were greater than the resting pulses. These changes can be explained by the effects of force of gravity that occurs in these different positions. After an exercise, a person tends to have a greater heart rate in order to pump oxygen to the muscles. When a person is standing

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    Clinical Presentation

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    Clinical Presentation A 29-year-old primigravid woman weighing 80 kg presented to the labor ward from home, at 37 weeks with one week’s history of visual disturbances and headache. In addition, she complained of epigastric pain and edema of the lower extremities. At the hospital, the patient had an episode of seizure that lasted for around 30 seconds. Examination The care setting comprises of a labor and delivery unit . In addition, it has a side lab for expedited laboratory measurements. The

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    Children Versus Adults: Comparing Diet and Exercise Results In an attempt to look at the different results of diet and exercise among children and adults, a study was conducted, in which the subjects self-monitored their progress over a span of twelve months. During this period, different variables were measured, to include urinary Na/K ratio, systolic blood pressure, diastolic blood pressure, cholesterol levels, and body mass index, to name a few. The outcome of this study shows opposite

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    The Cardiac Cycle

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    composed of five stages which each trigger the relaxation or contraction of the atria or ventricles and direction of blood flow. Elaborate: The cardiac cycle of the heart is divided into diastole and systole stages. Diastole refers to the period of relaxation experienced by the atria and ventricles. Systole is the contraction of the atria and ventricles. The pattern of blood flow starts in the left atrium to right atrium then into the left ventricle and right ventricle. During its course, blood flows

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    to determine the systemic arterial blood pressure. The first loud whooshing noise heard, when the cuff pressure is about 140-160 mmHg, is equal to the systolic blood pressure. The sound is a product of a partially occlude artery during ventricular systole. As air is released from the cuff, the arterial flow becomes less turbulent and the sounds fade away. When the sounds disappear, this is the diastolic pressure reading; since the artery is no longer occluded, blood flows freely and thus produces no

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    Cardiac Cycle Essay

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    about 70 times per minute. Systoles, diastoles, and blood pressure all are the main components of what make a cardiac cycle occur. In order for blood to move through our body it must be pushed, this is what the systoles do, they are the contractions the heart makes to push the blood through the veins and arteries. Every systole takes about .3 seconds, making it the faster of the two processes. There are two types of systoles that occur in our heart, the atrial systoles

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    Echocardiographic Study

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    Eighteen measurements were recorded from the 2-D images. Left ventricular diameter in systole (LVs) and diastole (LVd) Right ventricular diameter in systole (RVs) and diastole (RVd), Left ventricular wall thickness in systole (LVWs) and diastole (LVWd) right ventricular wall thickness in systole (RVWs) and diastole (RVWd), interventricular septal thickness in systole (IVSs) and diastole (IVSd)and aorta in systole (Aos) and diastole (Aod).accoeding to Crippa. et

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    The Cardiovascular System

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    The Cardiovascular System The cardiovascular system is made up of the heart, blood vessels and the blood and its main functions include the transportation of blood around the body, protection from invading microorganisms and to prevent blood loss through haemostasis. (Widamaier, et al 2011:5) One of the main organs of the cardiovascular system is the heart; the heart is made up of four chambers. The blood enters the right atrium of the heart from body through the venae cavae, it then travels though

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    What is the most meaningful part of the human body? In the body, there is a vast and extensive amount of bodily organs, tissues, cells, and genes that help us live and carry out everyday tasks, such as muscle movement and also breathing. In spite of these various important abilities that the body possesses, none are as immense as our cardiovascular system, more extensively the “Heart” of the cardiovascular system, the Heart. The Heart is the main source of how Red Blood Cells, RBC, combined with

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    Heart

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    heard through a stethoscope on the chest wall, "lab" "dap". The first sound can be described as soft, but resonant, and longer then the second one. This sound is associated with the closure of AV valves (atrioventricular valves) at the beginning of systole. The second sound is louder and sharp. It is associated with closure of the pulmonary and aortic valves (semilunar valves) at the beginning of diastole. There is a pause between the each set of sounds. It is a period of total heat relaxation called

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