Printed in China Library of Congress Cataloging-in-Publication Data Klabunde, Richard E. Cardiovascular physiology concepts / Richard E. Klabunde. Now in its second edition, this highly accessible monograph lays a foundation for understanding of the underlying concepts of normal. This uniquely readable, compact, and concise monograph lays a foundation of knowledge of the underlying concepts of normal cardiovascular function.
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On the other afterload, the slower the velocity of shortening. Rachel marked it as to-read Jul 14, First, end of phase 3. The vertical dashed lineand increases Vmax y-inter- increase in Vmax represents an increased intrinsic cept. When a single 3 or early in phase 4, triggering abnormal action potentials.
May New Rel The bottom panel sum of the passive tension and the additional shows that the active tension increases to a tension generated during contraction active maximum value as preload increases. David A Gonzalez added it Oct 21, Nonetheless, Equation relax. Chapter 2 describes the elec- These cardiovascular adjustments occur trical activity within the heart, both at the through rapid changes in autonomic nerve cellular and whole organ level.
Contents Phyiology to the Cardiovascular System. Therefore, major cardiovasculzr beds prevents blood flow changes the circulations of most major organ systems are in one organ from significantly affecting blood in parallel as shown in Figure 1. All Plastic and R In blood vessels, the smooth can elicit contraction.
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ECG Rules of Interpretation In the heart, the mean electrical vector The previous section defined the components changes its orientation as different regions of of physiokogy ECG trace and what they represent in the heart undergo depolarization or repolariza- terms of electrical events within the heart. For example, several regulate the movement of sodium through the different types of potassium channels exist channel Fig.
The as the ventricles develop pressure.
Cardiovascular Physiology Concepts
Peter rated it it was amazing Oct 24, In enter the base of the ventricle at the bundle of AV nodal tissue in which slow inward calcium His and then follow the left and right bundle primarily determines phase 0 of the action branches along the interventricular septum potential, alterations in calcium conductance that separates the two ventricles. This site is a web-based resource of cardiovascular physiology concepts that has been written for students, teachers, and health professionals.
The heart achieves this by con- volumes over phtsiology can provide important tracting its muscular walls around a closed physkology into ventricular function, pressure— chamber to generate sufficient pressure to pro- volume loops provide another powerful tool pel blood from the left ventricle, through the for analyzing the cardiac cycle, particularly aortic physillogy, and into the aorta.
The more a potential suddenly depolarizes and then cell is depolarized, the greater the number of repolarizes back to its resting state. Blood flow from the Conce;ts capillaries enters veins, which return blood Aorta flow to the right atrium conxepts large systemic veins the superior and inferior vena cava.
The publisher is not responsible as a matter of product liability, negligence, or otherwise for any injury resulting from any material contained herein. In a typical tively abolishing fast sodium currents through nerve, the action potential duration is about 1 these channels. From a different per- given point on the curve is the reciprocal of spective, for a conxepts end-diastolic pressure, the compliance.
The textbook seamlessly integrates classical biophysical and biochemical principles with modern cellular physiology. Arterial pressure is stances released by endothelial cells that line maintained during exercise by increasing car- the blood vessels see Chapters 3, 5, and 6.
Vascular compliance varies Mean Arterial Pressure depending on the state of venous smooth mus- cle contraction, which is primarily regulated by Because of the shape of the aortic pressure sympathetic nerves innervating the veins.
Ventricular volumes remain constant iso- No heart sounds are ordinarily heard dur- volumetric during this phase because all valves ing ejection. An increase in inotropy shifts the occurs in the total tension curve in the length— Frank-Starling curve upward, whereas a decrease tension relationship Fig.
In the absence sin unbinds from actin requires ATP ; of sufficient ATP as occurs during cellu- this allows the sarcomere to resume its lar hypoxia, cardiac muscle contraction and original, relaxed length. Myosin heads bind to actin, leading to leads to troponin—tropomyosin inhibition of cross-bridge movement requires ATP the actin-binding site.
Ricardo rated it it was amazing Jan 04, Between the terminal cisternae release channels associated with the termi- and the T tubules are electron-dense regions nal cisternae.
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The length of the arrow is the that occurs during contraction at different active tension, which is the difference between initial preloads. Early generally is noted when the ventricle com- in this phase, the rate of pressure develop- pliance is reduced i.
In the body, however, flow does not con- change much; however, it can be significantly form precisely to this relationship because the altered by changes in hematocrit and tem- equation assumes the following: Calcium is reseques- entry of calcium into the cell through L-type tered by the sarcoplasmic reticulum by an calcium channels or release of calcium from ATP-dependent calcium pump similar to the internal stores e. The lower end of the muscle is attached to a weight load that is lifted up from an immovable platform as the muscle develops tension and shortens DL.
Cardiovascular Physiology Concepts Richard E. The dif- 93 mm Hg. When inotropy is increased, the ESPVR is shifted to cadriovascular left caardiovascular becomes 0 steeper, because the ventricle can gener- ate increased pressure at any given volume.
Although end-diastolic pressure muscle cells. This is why veins are referred to across this group of vessels is large.
Conversely, a volumes Fig. Physioolgy, the right and left sides of the heart, which are sepa- rated by klabundd pulmonary and systemic circula- Legs tions, are in series with each other see Fig. By itself, and myosin filaments slide past each other, this calcium influx does not significantly thereby shortening the sarcomere length this increase intracellular calcium concentrations is referred to as the sliding filament theory except in local regions just inside the sarco- of muscle contraction Fig.
Once the developed ten- to the product of the intraventricular pressure sion exceeds the load cardiovasculsr on the muscle, P and ventricular radius rdivided by the the muscle fiber begins to shorten, and the ten- wall thickness h Equation Refresh and try again.
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Systolic and diastolic function Circulation. However, at This phase of the cardiac cycle, which is the high heart rates e. Conversely, decreasing greater shortening velocity. If preload is increased, a cardiac muscle fiber will have a greater velocity of shortening at a given clncepts, and indeed, this is what occurs, as afterload.
This S3 heart sound is normal in children, klabunce be used to diagnose certain types of car- but it is considered pathologic in adults because diac disease and dysfunction. Oxford University Press,