Chapter 10 - Blood Vessels and Blood Pressure

 

p. 324 – 327, 330 w/ emphasis on Q = P/R and MAP

 

p. 331 – 334 w/ emphasis on arterioles role/function, blood flow distribution, and local control

 

p. 335-337 role of SNS in determining blood pressure

 

p. 335- 341 capillaries

 

p. 348 – 352 veins

 

p. 353 – 356 regulation of blood pressure w/ emphasis on baroreceptors

 

p. 358-359 hypertension – basic concepts here and cardiovascular response to exercise (what happens)

 

REVIEW EXERCISES     You should (be able to) answer…

Objective questions:             all

Essay questions:             2,3,4,6,7,8,11,12,14

Quantitat.  questions:  1, 2a,3,4

Points to Ponder:             2a-d,3,5

 

Chapter 9 – Cardiac Physiology

 

p. 305 – 310 w/ emphasis on cardiac output and regulation thereof including the Frank-Starling law of the heart

 

p. 312 – 314 coronary circulation and atherosclerosis

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p. 283 – 286 pulmonary circuit vs. systemic circuit; heart as a dual pump, role of valves  (this should all be review)

p. 289-290 nature of myocardium

 

p. 291 – 295, 298-300  EKG, conduction pathway; 

in addition, there will be a lecture on principles of EKG

 

p. 302 Fig 9-21 w/ emphasis on understanding (NOT MEMORIZING) what/why of the changes/patterns of these parameters

 

 

REVIEW EXERCISES     You should (be able to) answer…

Objective questions:             all

Essay questions:             2,3,4,5,6,10(first part),11,12,13,15,16,17,18

Quantitat. questions:             all

Points to Ponder:             all


Chapter 13 - Respiratory System

 

p. 434 – 438 w/ emphasis on

roles of respiratory system

alveolar structure/properties/cells

respiratory mechanics in relation to

            atmospheric pressure

            intra-alveolar pressure

            intrapleural pressure

… know how/why air enters the alveoli, Fig 13.14

 

p. 445-450 w/ emphasis on

            F=DP/R

            Recoil, surface tension, surfactant

 

p. 450-454 w/ emphasis on

            cost of breathing

VE=TV * f

TV, VC, FEV1 and the difference between lung volumes vs. lung function

Alveolar ventilation/dead space

 

p. 457-461 w/ emphasis on

principles of gas exchange – partial pressure gradients

know basic partial pressure VALUES for alveolar, arterial, and venous blood

 

462-466 w/ emphasis on

            oxygen transport

            hemoglobin saturation curve including Bohr Effect

            CO2 processing/transport

 

467-468 know terms in Table 13-8

 

469 – 478 w/ emphasis on

            basic neural control centers

            peripheral and central chemoreceptors  Table 13.9

            ventilatory response to exercise

            max VO2

 

REVIEW EXERCISES     You should (be able to) answer…

Objective questions:             all

Essay questions:             2,3,4,5,6,10(first part),11,12,13,15,16,17,18

Quantitat. questions:             all

Points to Ponder:             all