5 edition of The Heart and circulation found in the catalog.
|Statement||edited by Peter A. Chevalier.|
|Series||Benchmark papers in human physiology ; v. 8|
|Contributions||Chevalier, Peter A.|
|LC Classifications||QP102 .H4|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xix, 385 p. :|
|Number of Pages||385|
|LC Control Number||76022203|
This book is aimed at those working on the physical aspects of heart and circulation. However, the book has a much wider scope: it also presents the physical and mathematical basis for the study of biological systems, not only as a way of thinking but also presenting basic information on all aspects of the cardiovascular system, such as fluid dynamics, elasticity, potential theory. This book evolved from a recent symposium on the circulatory problems of the newborn sponsored by the Chicago Heart Association. Participating in the symposium were physicians eminently qualified in neonatal cardiopulmonary physiology and surgery. The papers are organized into six broad topics, which initially review the course of physiologic events from the fetus to the infant, then proceed.
The heart, rather than being an organ of blood propulsion, assumes a secondary role and generates pressure by impeding the flow of blood. This is supported by examples from the fields of early embryonic circulation, comparative phylogeny, functional morphology, exercise physiology and a . With The Heart and Circulation, Dr. Furst has commendably reviewed the origin and historical development of the heart-as-a-pump concept and amassed, as well, a very considerable weight of evidence undermining it and supporting an alternative model of the heart as an organ of impedance. This book will be particularly well received by all those Author: Anthony M. O’Leary.
Double circulation: The passage of same blood twice throught heart in order to complete one cycle. eg. (i) The blood pumped by the right ventricle (dioxygenated blood) is trans ported through pulmonary artery to lungs where CO 2 is exchanged with O through diffusion . One aim of this book is to transcend this narrow view and to begin to restore life to our understanding of the heart and circulation. This book will fill a long-existing void in the literature. It will stimulate teachers, health professionals, scientists and lay people seeking a dynamic perspective on human physiology that is both detailed and.
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Heart and Circulation offers a new perspective for deeper understanding of the human cardiovascular system. It is therefore a thought-provoking resource for cardiologists, cardiac surgeons and trainees interested in models of human : Hardcover.
The Heart and Circulation: An Integrative Model offers a paradigm shift in the understanding of circulatory phenomena. It will become a valuable resource for all those clinicians, researchers, educators and students who, having been confronted with the paradox 5/5(2).
Your heart is an amazing organ. It continuously pumps oxygen and nutrient-rich blood throughout your body to sustain life. This fist-sized powerhouse beats (expands and contracts)times.
His excellent overview and presentation of a wide selection of topics is presented with clarity and depth of knowledge. this book will serve as a basis for a more encompassing, specifically human cardiovascular physiology arising from the evolutionary-biologic model of circulation.” (Original book review in German language, Hans Christoph Brand: Springer-Verlag London.
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Cardiovascular Physiology gives you a solid understanding of how the cardiovascular system functions in both health and disease.
Ideal for your systems-based curriculum, this title in the Mosby Physiology Monograph Series explains how the latest concepts apply to real-life clinical situations. Arteries are muscular blood vessels that carry blood away from the heart. All arteries, with the exception of the pulmonary and umbilical arteries, carry oxygenated blood.
Veins are blood vessels that carry blood toward the heart. The majority of veins in the body carry low-oxygen blood from the tissues back to the heart; the exceptions being the pulmonary and umbilical veins which both carry.
Heart physiolgy: from cell to circulation is great book which deals in new concept of basic cardiovascular sciences and provide the foundation of new research theme for cardiac scietist.
Surendra Rajpurohit5/5(3). The center of the circulatory system is the heart, which is the main pumping mechanism. The heart is made of muscle.
The heart is shaped something like a cone, with a pointed bottom and a round top. It is hollow so that it can fill up with blood. An adult’s heart is about the size of a large orange and weighs a little less than a pound.
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CHAPTER 1 THE HEART AND CIRCULATION HENRY S. CABIN, M.D. INTRODUCTION The cardiovascular system is an elaborate network that performs two major tasks: It delivers oxygen and nutrients to body organs and removes waste prod-ucts of metabolism from tissue cells.
Its major com-ponents are the heart—a hollow muscular pump—File Size: 57KB. National Center Greenville Ave. Dallas, TX Customer Service AHA-USA-1 Local Info Contact Us. Systemic circulation is the portion of the cardiovascular system which transports oxygenated blood away from the heart through the aorta from the left ventricle where the blood has been previously deposited from pulmonary circulation, to the rest of the body, and returns oxygen-depleted blood back to the : Heart, Lung and Circulation publishes articles integrating clinical and research activities in the fields of basic cardiovascular science, clinical cardiology and cardiac surgery, with a focus on emerging issues in cardiovascular disease.
The journal promotes multidisciplinary dialogue between cardiologists, cardiothoracic surgeons, cardio-pulmonary physicians and cardiovascular scientists. This book offers a new perspective for of the human cardiovascular system that proposes the heart is an organ of control as opposed to propulsion and is a thought-provoking resource for cardiologists, cardiac surgeons and trainees interested in models of human circulationBrand: Springer International Publishing.
Be still my beating heart, it’s time for a wonderful and educational quiz on the most important organ in the human body; the heart.
In this one, we’ll be testing your knowledge on just how the heart manages to pump blood around our bodies so that it gets where it needs to go, and we can keep going through our daily lives. New and expanded chapters cover the arterial pulse, circulation in the upright posture, microcirculation and functional heart morphology.
Heart and Circulation offers a new perspective for deeper understanding of the human cardiovascular system. It is therefore a thought-provoking resource for cardiologists, cardiac surgeons and trainees.
Your heart is a pump. It's a muscular organ about the size of your fist and located slightly left of center in your chest. Together, your heart and blood vessels make up your cardiovascular system, which circulates blood and oxygen around your body. Your heart is divided into four chambers.
The blood supply to the heart is greater than that of other body tissues since the heart has a constant metabolic demand that must be satisfied to keep the heart pumping at all times.
Coronary Circulation: Coronary arteries labeled in red text and other landmarks in blue text. Fetal Circulation in Congenital Heart Disease: Effects on Cerebral Blood Flow The fetal circulation is unique in a number of respects that can impact cerebral blood flow and development.
In the normal fetus, cerebral blood flow is supplied by highly oxygenated blood from the ductus venosus preferentially streaming across the foramen ovale to. Heart and Circulation offers a new perspective for deeper understanding of the human cardiovascular system.
It is therefore a thought-provoking resource for cardiologists, cardiac surgeons and trainees interested in models of human : Branko Furst.4. It BEgins witH ThE HEart 13 5.
ThE HEart is a Pump 17 6. Examining T hE HEart 22 7. HEart ra tE and ExERcisE 27 THE SCIENCE OF cardi ac REsEarcH 33 ACTIVITIES 8.
WHAt is blood pressure? 34 9. CHallengE: MicRogravity 38 ASTROBLOGS An astRonaut’s point of view 42 Contents.Circulation - - Rated based on 21 Reviews "I love the Circulation, which providing us with up to date Medical news.