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Cardiovascular System

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Its major function is to nurture_____ within the body?
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Its major function is to nurture_____ within the body?
cells
What are the two gases that we talk about with 'gas exchange' within the capillaries
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What are the two gases that we talk about with 'gas exchange' within the capillaries
Oxygen and Carbon Dioxide
Your heart is pear shaped about the size of your ______
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Your heart is pear shaped about the size of your ______
Fist
Your heart is enclosed in a 2 layer sac called the __________ HINT: The first part of the word means 2 and the second part of the word means heart
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Your heart is enclosed in a 2 layer sac called the __________ HINT: The first part of the word means 2 and the second part of the word means heart
Pericardium
The heart is divided into how many chambers?
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The heart is divided into how many chambers?
4 chambers
What are names of the two upper chambers?
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What are names of the two upper chambers?
Atria or R/L Atrium
What are the names of the two lower chambers?
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What are the names of the two lower chambers?
R/L Ventricles
These chambers are SEPERATED by what is called the______?
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These chambers are SEPERATED by what is called the______?
Septum
Flow of blood from the heart to the lungs and back to heart is called __________ circulation?
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Flow of blood from the heart to the lungs and back to heart is called __________ circulation?
Pulmonary Circulation
This circulation moves blood to all of the organs of the body except the lungs
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This circulation moves blood to all of the organs of the body except the lungs
Systemic Circulation
What are the 4 components that make up the blood?
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What are the 4 components that make up the blood?
RBC's, WBC's, Plasma, and Platelets
The RBC's deliver_______ to the cells and remove _________ to be exhaled and removed by the kidneys
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The RBC's deliver_______ to the cells and remove _________ to be exhaled and removed by the kidneys
Oxygen, Carbon Dioxide
I am a compenent of blood and my main job is to fight off pathogens that enter the body
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I am a compenent of blood and my main job is to fight off pathogens that enter the body
WBC's
These are the smallest parts of the blood and help with clotting the blood?
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These are the smallest parts of the blood and help with clotting the blood?
Plateletes
Platelets produce small FIBERS that act like a web and help with blood clotting?
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Platelets produce small FIBERS that act like a web and help with blood clotting?
Fibrin
This type of blood is called the 'universal donor'
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This type of blood is called the 'universal donor'
Type O
This type of blood is called the 'universal recipient'
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This type of blood is called the 'universal recipient'
Type AB
What are the proteins in the blood called that make our blood either positive or negative?
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What are the proteins in the blood called that make our blood either positive or negative?
Rh Factors
What % of people in the US have + Rh factors? What % have - Rh factors?
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What % of people in the US have + Rh factors? What % have - Rh factors?
85% have positive, 15% negative
Explain what would happen if you received a blood transfusion and the blood was a different Rh factor or blood type?
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Explain what would happen if you received a blood transfusion and the blood was a different Rh factor or blood type?
Your blood would create antibodies that would fight itself; causing the blood to coagulate
How long are the blood vessels in your body?
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How long are the blood vessels in your body?
100,000 miles long
These blood vessels carry blood 'AWAY' from the heart and are the largest of the blood vessels
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These blood vessels carry blood 'AWAY' from the heart and are the largest of the blood vessels
Arteries
What are the branches of arteries called that regulate the blood?
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What are the branches of arteries called that regulate the blood?
Arterioles
Once the blood flows from the arteries and branches into the arterioles, it than flows into the ___________ where the 'gas exchange' takes place. HINT: Smallest of the blood vessels
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Once the blood flows from the arteries and branches into the arterioles, it than flows into the ___________ where the 'gas exchange' takes place. HINT: Smallest of the blood vessels
Capillaries
After the 'gas exchange' in the capillaries, the blood flows into the VENULES where it enters the _______ which have ________ that prevent the blood from pooling
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After the 'gas exchange' in the capillaries, the blood flows into the VENULES where it enters the _______ which have ________ that prevent the blood from pooling
Veins, valves
As a group, explain the route of the blood as it moves through the heart and lungs (pulmonary circulation). Be sure to include the entire anatomy of the heart including the valves! Start the route of blood as it enters from the Superior and Inferior Vena Cava
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As a group, explain the route of the blood as it moves through the heart and lungs (pulmonary circulation). Be sure to include the entire anatomy of the heart including the valves! Start the route of blood as it enters from the Superior and Inferior Vena Cava
R. Atrium, Tricuspid Valve, R. Ventricle, Semilunar/Pulmonary Valve, Pulmonary Artery, Lungs, Pulmonary Veins, L. Atrium, Mitral Valve, L. Ventricle, Aortic Valve, Aorta-Body!




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