Flashcards in Set 19 CVP Deck (35):
What is the avg BPM?
How much blood is pumped per beat?
Where is the heart located?
behind the 2nd-5th ribs
What is normal BP?
What is the pacemaker of the heart?
What innervates the SA node?
What does vagus do in the SA node?
What does the SA node prevent?
What takes over if the SA node "dies"?
What is the path of blood, from into the heart, out?
RA, RV, Pul artery, lungs, pul vein, LA, LV, out
What does the NA/K pump do?
P, S, and T are?
Q,R, S, and T are?
What direction does depolarization of the heart move?
apex to base
What is the first sound of the heart?
closing of AV valves (mitral and tricuspid)
What is the second sound of the heart?
closing of semilunar valves (aortic and pulmonic
According to Frank-Starlings Law, stroke volume:
increases in response to increase in volume of blood filling the heart
What is Davis' law?
muscle will increase in size when used
What is boyle's law?
inverse relationship between absolute pressure and volume
Where are RBCs (Erythrocytes) produced?
marrow of children and adults
What is the function of RBCs?
What is the process of RBC creation?
hemocytoblast, normoblast, reticulocyte, and eryhtrocyte (HNRE)
What stimulates RBC production?
eryhtroprotein, made in the kidneys
What is the life expectancy of RBCs?
120 days, recycled in spleen
What transports CO2 in the blood?
Transport form of iron?
Storage form of iron?
absorption form of iron?
What cells respond to viruses?
What are the leukocytes?
neutrophils (60%), lymphocytes (30%), monocytes (8%), eosinophils (3%), and basophils (0%) (never let my engine blow 60-30-8-3-0)
What are the granulocytes?
basophils, eosinophils, neutrophils (BEN)
What are the macrophages of the alveoli?
What are the macrophages of the brain?
What are the macrophages of the liver?