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Lecture 1: Basic Cell Physiology - Notes

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Lecture 1: Basic Cell Physiology - includes four parts; Organisation of the Heart, Electrical Signalling within the Heart, Excitation-Contraction Coupling and Diseases of the Heart

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Lecture 1: Basic Cell Physiology - Notes
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Anatomy Muscular system Muscle contraction Troponin Systole Cardiac muscle Skeletal muscle Sarcoplasmic reticulum Sarcomere Cardiac excitation-contraction coupling MYH6 Myofibril
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Anatomy Muscular system Muscle contraction Troponin Systole Cardiac muscle Skeletal muscle Sarcoplasmic reticulum Sarcomere Cardiac excitation-contraction coupling MYH6 Myofibril
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cardiac muscle • Mechanism of contraction PART 2: Electrical Signalling Within the Heart • Roles of pumps, exchangers and ion channels PART 3: Excitation-Contraction Coupling • Regulation of contractile force • Sympathetic regulation PART 4: Diseases of the Heart - Ischemia - Heart disease - Electrical arrhythmia sbuyu ________________ CARDIAC MUSCLE BASIC CELL PHYSIOLOGY BACKGROUND & ASSUMED KNOWLEDGE Two Pumps • Each pump has a receiving chamber (atrium) and a pumping chamber (ventricle) • Right side pumps deoxygenated blood to the lungs • Left side pumps oxygenated blood to the body Great Vessels • Arteries transport blood away from the heart • Veins transport blood toward the heart Valves • Heart valves prevent backflow to ensure one-way blood flow • Atrioventricular vales are between atrium and ventricle • Semilunar valves are betw...
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