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I <3 Hearts Lab

Sergio Zagal,
Hannah Sokol, Femi Young,
, Gabriel Barrera
Objective

The objective of the lab was to gain a better


understanding of the internal anatomy of the cardiac
muscular heart.
Materials

Latex Gloves Cow heart


Scalpel Heart diagrams
Wax Tray
Goggles
Doctor Swag
Scissors
Tweezers
Hands
A wild Chowdhury
Background information

Functions
Keeps body supplied with oxygen and nutrients
Clears harmful waste matter
Transfers oxygenated blood to the brain and down to your
feet
Pulmonary artery takes blood to the lungs to receive oxygen.
Aorta transported freshly oxygenated blood to the rest of the
body
Veins bring blood to the heart and theyre connected to the
vena cava
Haldane Bohr Effect
Heart label
Heart label
Outside the heart
1.
2.
Aorta
Aortic valve
18. Pulmonary
3. Apex trunk
4. Atrial
appendage 1 19. Pulmonary
5.
6.
Bicuspid valve
Brachiocephal
veins
ic trunk
7. Chordae
20. Right atrium
tendineae
8. Coronary
21. Right
sulcus 19 ventricle
9. Inferior vena
cava 22. Superior
10. Interventricula
r septum
vena cava
11. Interventricula
r sulcus 23. Trabeculae
12. Left atrium carneae
13. Left common
carotid artery 24. Tricuspid
14. Left
subclavian valve
artery
15. Left ventricle
16. Papillary 15
muscles
17. Pulmonary 3
artery
Inside the heart
13. Left common
1. Aorta
carotid artery
2. Aortic Valve
3. Apex 1 14. Left subclavian
4. Atrial 1 artery
Appendage
15. Left Ventricle
5. Bicuspid
20 18
Valve 18 2 16. Papillary
6. Brachioceph muscles
alic trunk 24 17. Plumonary
7. Chordae 4 12 Artery
Tendinae
8. Coronary 4 18. Pulmonary
5
Sulcus trunks
9. Inferior vena 21 21 19. Pulmonary veins
Cava 7 7
10. Interventricu 20. Right atruim
lar septum 10
16 10 16 21. Right Ventricle
11. Interventricu
lar sulcus 22. Superior vena
12. Left Atrium 15
15 cava
23. Trabeculae
23 23 carneae
24. Tricuspid valve
Blood Flow Diagram
Sergio
Gabe
Hannah
Femi
What is an EKG?

An electrocardiogram (EKG or ECG) is a test that checks for problems


with the electrical activity of your heart. An EKG shows the heart's
electrical activity as line tracings on paper. The spikes and dips in
the tracings are called waves. The heart is a muscular pump made
up of four chambers .
What do the waveforms mean in an EKG?

The first deflection of the heartbeat is a small upward wave called the P wave.
It indicates atrial depolarisation.
When visible, the Q wave is any initial downward deflection after the P wave.
The normal Q wave represents septal depolarisation.
The R wave is the first upward deflection after the P wave (even when Q waves
are absent). The R wave is normally the easiest waveform to identify on the ECG
and represents early ventricular depolarisation.
The S wave is the first negative deflection after the R wave. It represents the
late ventricular depolarisation.
The T wave represents repolarization of the ventricles. It is normally upright,
somewhat rounded, and slightly asymmetric. Its morphology will alter with
breath holding and digitalis toxicity.