Miller Cardio Physiology

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Autonomic control that innervates only nodal cells and only controls heart rate. It does it through acetylcholine binding to muscarinic receptors.
________ Recoil prevents aortic pressure from falling.
In neurons, the first cell to depolarize is the ______ cell to repolarize.
The right and left side of the heart are two pumps in ___________.
This node sets the heart rate at 60-100 beats per minute.
An increase in _________ is a compensation for heart failure where the systolic function curve shifts back to the left.
This organ extracts the most oxygen.
Counting the boxes between R waves, multiplying by 0.04s, taking an inverse, and multiplying by 60 is way to calculate ______ from an EKG.
Systole or Diastole: Isovolumic contraction, Ventricular Ejection
The ST interval reads zero in EKG because all the cells are ___________.
Calcium ATPase is the _______active transporter of Calcium out of the cell.
This neurotransmitter is released by PNS and increases the number of K+ channels.
The long action potential in cardiac muscle prevents the summation of twitches called ___________.
Velocity of Blood Flow = Flow / ______
An increase in Reynolds number results in increased chance of ________ flow.
This organ has blood flow that is in series with all other organs.
There is a decrease in __________ in heart failure.
What type of Calcium channel is open in the upstroke of Pacemaker action potential?
Autonomic control that decreases heart rate and conduction.
What interval is the time between atrial depolarization and ventricular depolarization.
Autonomic control that increases heart rate, conduction, and contractility.
These organs have capillary beds that are in series.
a, c or v wave: atria contracting and pushing blood into the ventricles.
Change in Pressure = Flow * _________
This node sets the heart rate at 40-55 beats/min if the SA node fails.
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Systole or Diastole: Isovolumic relaxation, Filling of Ventricles, Atrial Contraction
What channel is open in the upstroke of action potential of conducting and contracting cells?
These cells set the heart rate at 25-40 beats/min if the AV node fails
The only way for a signal to get from atrium to ventricles is through this.
These valves shut at the beginning of Systole. S1.
Autonomic control that acts on nodal cells, ventricular muscles, and smooth muscles surrounding blood vessels.
What interval is the time between ventricular depolarization and ventricular repolarization?
Aortic ______ is when the valve does not shut properly and the pressure drop is faster and more significant.
These valves shut at the beginning of Diastole. S2.
Increase in the amount of these channels increases the rate of depolarization.
Bundle of His, Bundle Branches, and Purkinje System are _________ cells.
Name an electrical event that is not detected on an EKG.
Fastest action potential in the heart is through these fibers.
Amount of blood ejected by the ventricles.
Preload or Afterload: Pressure that the ventricles need to have in order to eject blood.
Slowest action potential in the heart is through these modified cardiac myocytes.
In heart cells, the last cell to depolarize is the ______ cell to repolarize.
What type of Calcium channel is open in the slow depolarization of the Pacemaker action potential?
This channel in the pacemaker action potential opens when the membrane becomes more negative and does not inactivate.
This organ gets the most flow per gram tissue because it is a filtration system.
An increase in _________ is a compensation for heart failure where sympathetic stimulation of veins push more blood back to the heart.
a, c or v wave: ventricles contract and push back on the AV valve.
a, c or v wave: passive filling of atria because the AV valve is closed.
This type of muscle has a plug on SR that is taken out when Calcium binds to the T-tubule membrane.
Aortic ______ is when the aorta narrows and ventricles have to generate pressure that is larger than normal.

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