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Cardiovascular/Pulmonary: Case 2

D. Harris - Normal Cardiology Physiology

Week 2 - June 27-July1

Boards and Beyond - Supplementary

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This Week: 2 hours 56 minutes

Sub-Category: 01 Anatomy & Physiology - 2 hours 17 minutes

  • Cardiac Anatomy - 9 min
  • Cardiac Physiology - 19 min
  • CV Response to Exercise - 9 min
  • Blood Flow Mechanics - 29 min
  • Regulation of Blood Pressure - 22 min
  • PV Loops - 17 min
  • Wiggers' Diagram - 10 min
  • Venous Pressure Tracings - 9 min
  • Starling Curve - 17 min

Sub-Category: 05: Cardiac Auscultation - 39 minutes

  • Heart Murmurs - 22 min

Case Objectives

Objectives - Case 2 - Harris

  1. List common diagnostic tests that provide information about the physiology, structure, and function of the heart
    • Auscultation and interpretation of heart sounds
    • ECG
    • Echocardiogram
    • RHC, including chamber pressures
    • LHC, including chamber pressures
    • Coronary angiography
  2. Explain the function of the four cardiac valves, list and describe and explain the function of elements of the conduction system, describe the relationship between cardiac electrical activity, hemodynamic variables, cardiac valve function, and heart sounds
  3. Explain the determinants of myocardial oxygen demand, and define relationships among coronary artery pressure and flow, myocardial perfusion, and cardiac cycle; describe common anatomic variants of coronary anatomy.