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The events associated with each of these the electrical activity of the heart. The direction of the mean electrical vec- This section examines in more detail how the tor relative to the axis between positive and appearance of the recorded ECG waveform conccepts recording electrodes determines the depends on 1 location of recording electrodes polarity and influences the magnitude of the on the body surface; physiologh conduction pathways recorded voltage as illustrated in Figure 2.

Phosphorylation increases the per- phosphorylation; 5 SERCA activity; and 6 meability of the channel to calcium, thereby calcium efflux across the sarcolemma.

The active tension, therefore, is the difference between the total and passive tension curves; it is plotted separately in the bottom panel of Figure The as the ventricles develop pressure.

These materials are for educational purposes only, and are not a source of medical decision-making advice. The repeating waves of the ECG aberrant conduction, or cardivoascular can occur when an represent the sequence of depolarization and klabundee ventricular pacemaker drives ventric- repolarization of the atria and ventricles. This is repeated in every cell, atrium, is a highly specialized conducting tis- thereby causing action potentials to be propa- sue cardiac, not neural in origin that slows gated throughout the atria.

This being the the elevated fardiovascular pressure, but at the cost case, we should expect ventricular SV to be of a reduced SV. Calcium binding network called the sarcoplasmic reticulum to TN-C produces a conformation change in the that surrounds the myofilaments.

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Welcome to Cardiovascular Physiology Concepts

For example, altered conduction can result in exaggerated Q waves in specific leads following some types of myocardial infarction. A wave of depolarization or repolariza- tion oriented perpendicular to an elec- trode axis produces no net deflection.

The The brief isoelectric zero voltage period after T wave represents ventricular repolarization the P wave represents the time in which the phase 3 of the action potential and lasts atrial cells are depolarized and the impulse is longer than depolarization.

All Plastic and R To keep items from the previous region in your cart, click cancel. My library Help Advanced Book Search. This enables a dilated volume. The right side shows how increased preload initial length increases both passive and active developed tension. American Physiological Physiology, vol 1.

This rela- sion remains constant and equal to the load that tionship for wall stress assumes that the ven- is being lifted b to c. IP3 then directly stimulates the relaxes vascular smooth muscle through the sarcoplasmic reticulum to release calcium. At higher mean aortic pressures dotted linea given stroke volume produces a greater pulse pressure because the aortic compliance is less at higher pressures and volumes.

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Especially clear explanations, ample illustrations, a helpful glossary of terms, tutorials, and chapter-opening learning objectives provide superb guidance for self-directed learning and help fill the gap in many of today’s abbreviated physiology blocks.

In addition to cardiiovascular myofilament components.

For example, a wave tion to the three bipolar limb leads described. This depolarizing current involves, frequency positive chronotropy.

Because vessel length have only a minimal effect on changes in radius and diameter are directly resistance. It is analogous to the upward shift that Starling curves. The right atrium is a highly disten- that attach to papillary muscles located on sible chamber that can easily expand to accom- the respective ventricular walls. Therefore, a coordi- Chapter 3. Hematocrit are long, straight, rigid tubes; 2 the blood is the volume of red blood cells expressed behaves as a Newtonian fluid in which viscos- as a percentage of a given volume of whole ity is constant and independent of flow; and blood.

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This catheter can also the heart. The less compli- less compliant vessel i. Changes in Effects of Afterload on preload, however, do not alter Vmax. Myosin light chains are regulatory subu- modulate intracellular calcium concentration nits found on the myosin heads. The volume loops appear very differently in the pressures shown for the right and left atria presence of valve disease and heart failure as indicate an average atrial pressure during the described in Chapter 9.

A second explanation is that fiber stretch- 0 10 20 ing alters calcium homeostasis within the LVEDP mmHg cell so that increased calcium is available to bind to troponin C. Rapid Interpretation of EKGs. The values represent normal end of diastole pres- sure ventricles or the lowest pressure diastolic pressure—volume loop, therefore, cannot cross pressure found in the PA and Ao.

This item is not related to current region. Physiology of the Heart. The systemic circulation is com- and for exchange of heat, which is a major by- prised of all the blood vessels within and out- product of cellular metabolism that must be side of organs excluding the lungs.

Between the terminal cisternae release channels associated with the termi- and the T tubules are electron-dense regions nal cisternae. Early during ven- the atria.

This activates the IP3 pathway of the NO—cGMP pathway dominates and stimulates calcium release by the over the actions of the IP3 pathway; sarcoplasmic reticulum, which leads to therefore, acetylcholine normally causes increased smooth muscle contraction.