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HEART REVIEW
1. Endocardium, myocardium, epicardium, and pericardium
2. Cardiac tamponade – aurocolloid
3. Left ventricle has the thickest wall due to work load
4. Chambers of the heart, atria and ventricle
5. Heart separations – septums and conary sulcus
6. Cardiac circulation – coronary artery and coronary sinus
7. Valves of the heart – tricuspid, bicuspid (mitral), pulmonary, aortic
8. Blood flow through the heart
9. Conduction of impulses over the heart
10. SA node, ACV node, Bundle of His, bundle branches, purkinje fibers
11. depolarization and repolarization
12. P wave, QRS wave, T wave
13. Heart sound is caused by?
14. Starling’s Law
15. Baroreceptors, chemoreceptors, cardiac nerve, vagus nerve
16. Cardiac tamponade
17. Cardiac catherization
18. Heart palpitation
19. Myocarditis
20. Congestive heart failure
21. Cor pulmonale
22. Hyperetrophic cardiomyopathy
23. Ventricular septal defect
24. Endocarditis
25. Mitral valve prolapse