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Title: Group 7s Fun Filled Week


1
Group 7s Fun Filled Week
  • WITH
  • Emily Michele Alyssa
  • Sarah Marisela Caraline
  • Brittany J. Brittany K. Amber
  • Lindsi Rebecca F.

2
Lots Learned
Cells of the Body
Body parts
Human similarities
Blood Pressure and Pulse
Bodys reaction to heat and cold
Cardiovascular System
Heart Atrium Ventricles
3
Heart Structure
  • ?Humans have a four chambered heart.
  • ?Not all animals have this many chambers.
  • ?These chambers work together.

4
Heart Diagram
Deoxygenated Blood
High O2
Aorta
arteries
pulmonary vein
R
L
Vena
Cava
pulmonary artery
veins
lung
arteriole
venule
body
5
Different Circulatory Systems
  • In insects, other arthropods, and many mollusks
    blood comes directly in contact with organs.
  • In other animals with a closed circulatory system
    the blood doesnt touch organs.

6
Open Circulatory System
Crayfish
7
Closed Circulatory System
Human
8
Cadavers
Organs/Tissues Seen in the Cadaver Lab
Tongue
Nerves
Arteries
Spleen
Esophagus
Heart
Heart valves
Intestines
Appendix
Kidney
Bladder
Gall Bladder
Achilles Tendon
Liver
Bones
Some injuries to these organs include
Lung cancer
Facts
Enlarged heart
Enlarged hearts are often in athletes.
Liver cancer/tumors
Black lung
Surgery of the spleen is like stitching wet
tissue paper.
Heart Staples
This is a picture of a body that would be found
in a cadaver lab.
9
Human Gift Registry
Human Gift Registry is donating ones body to be
used after death for research and to make further
advancements in health sciences and to mankind.
To make a whole-body donation, there are a few
legal documents that must be signed and
witnessed, such as the General Information and
Request Form and the Donor Registration Form -
West Virginia Higher Education Policy -
Commission Anatomical Board.
To find more information about Human Gift
Registry, visit a local university or university
website that offers the gift registry.
The three major medical institutions in West
Virginia are Marshall University, West Virginia
University, and WV School of Osteopathic Medicine.
10
Human Physiology Exercise
  • Using iWORX

11
Procedure
Took starting blood pressure Recorded resting
pulse every 30 sec for 2 min. Warm-up pulse was
checked every 30 sec for 2 min. Took exercise
pulse every 30 sec for 2 min. For 2 min. the
cool down pulse was recorded every 30
sec. Recorded resting pulse every 30 sec. for 2
min. Took ending blood pressure Analyzed
results, found the calculated HR Found the diff.
between calc. HR and bike HR
12
Data Results
13
Graph Comparison
14
Hot/Cold Exercise
15
Hypothermia
  • Definition
  • How to prevent
  • Weird fact about hypothermia

16
Dehydration
  • Definition
  • How to prevent
  • Weird fact about dehydration

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What is Blood Pressure?
  • Blood Pressure is the force of the blood pushing
    against the walls of the arteries.
  • The top number is the systolic pressure. The
    systolic pressure is when the heart beats.
  • The bottom number is the diastolic pressure. The
    diastolic pressure is when the heart is at rest.
  • It is lowest as you sleep and rises when you get
    up. It also can rise when you are excited,
    nervous, or active.
  • Your blood pressure is normal when you systolic
    pressure is or less than 120 and your diastolic
    pressure is or less than 80.

20
High Blood Pressure
What is high blood pressure?
  • If you have a systolic pressure of 140 or higher
    and a diastolic pressure of 90 or higher then you
    have high blood pressure.
  • If you only have a high systolic or diastolic
    pressure then you still have high blood pressure.

What causes high blood pressure?
  • With many people a specific cause of high blood
    pressure is unknown.
  • With some people high blood pressure is a result
    of certain medical problems or medications.

How do I lower my high blood pressure?
  • There are many ways to lower your blood pressure
    including the following Weight Management
    (losing as little of 10 pounds can help lower
    blood pressure), Quit Smoking (that is if you
    smoke), Exercise (daily activity not only can
    lower you blood pressure but get you into shape),
    Stress Management (take time to relax), and
    Reduce Alcohol Intake.

21
HEART DISEASE West Virginia vs US
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Heart disease is the leading cause of death in
West Virginia, accounting for 6,189 deaths or
approximately 29 of the state's deaths in 2002
According to the CDCs Behavioral Risk Factor
Surveillance System (BRFSS) survey results in
2003, adults in West Virginia reported having the
following risk factors for heart disease
33.5 had high blood pressure 37.7 of those
screened reported having high blood cholesterol
9.8 had diabetes 27.3 were current smokers
61.7 were overweight or obese (Body Mass Index
greater than or equal to 25.0) 28 reported no
exercise in the prior 30 days Approximately 87
had one or more of these six risk factors
23
PREVENTIONS FOR HEART DISEASE

Prevent and control high blood pressure
Prevent and control diabetes
Prevent and control high blood cholesterol

No tobacco
Moderate alcohol use
Regular physical activity
Diet and nutrition
Maintain a healthy weight
24
Case Study
A 50-year-old 210-pound white male insurance
agent was preparing for a summer weekend
barbeque. He was about half way through mowing
the lawn when he experienced some mild chest
pain. He assumed that it was just heartburn since
he had rushed through his usual breakfast of
bacon, eggs, and biscuits. After going inside and
resting on the couch, he felt much better and
decided to watch a baseball game on television.
He had polished off 2 beers and most of a pack of
cigarettes before the guests started arriving.
His mother and sister arrived as well as his
older brother who bored everyone with the details
of his recent angioplasty procedure. His father
died of a heart attack at the age of 55. After an
afternoon of fun and plenty of steak and beer,
his chest pain returned. This time the pain was
more severe and radiated to his left arm and
neck. He became very anxious so his wife rushed
him to the emergency room. A physician
ordered blood drawn for tests and administered a
vasodilator. His blood pressure was 125/80 and
his heart rate was 60 beats/minute and regular.
His chest pain was subsiding. An ECG showed ST
segment elevation that was then absent on a
second ECG repeated later in the day. A coronary
arteriogram revealed 60 obstruction of his right
coronary artery and 80 obstruction of a small
branch of his left coronary artery.
25
Questions
1. What are some modifiable risk factors that
this subject has that can lead to Coronary Artery
Disease?
Drinking, smoking, eating habits, overweight.
2. What are some non-modifiable risk factors that
this subject has that can lead to Coronary Artery
Disease?
Age, gender, family history.
3. Did the subject have a heart attack? What are
the signs and symptoms of a heart attack?
Yeah the subject had a heart attack. The signs
and symptoms are chest pain, pain in the
arm/neck, cold and clammy, sweaty, shortness of
breath, denial and confusion.
4. Does normal blood pressure signify that the
person is safe from getting a heart attack?
No.
5. What is the purpose of using an arteriogram?
To see if there was obstruction in the coronary
artery.
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Why is exercise important?
USE IT OR LOSE IT!
  • If you dont use your body, you will certainly
    lose it. Our bodies were meant to move.
  • Not exercising is as much a risk as smoking.
  • Exercising reduces the risk of cancer, heart
    disease, high blood pressure, diabetes, and other
    diseases.
  • Exercise is also a key to weight loss control
    because it burns calories. If you burn off more
    calories than you take in then you will lose
    weight.

27
  • Risk Factors of Heart Problems
  • Smoking
  • Drinking
  • Fatty diet
  • Family history
  • Age
  • Over weight
  • etc.

28
The Multicultural Activity
  • In this activity we learned about how everyone in
    the worlds DNA is similar.
  • We investigated the theory that we all came and
    migrated from Africa to where we are now.
  • We did lots of fun activities that got our minds
    thinking about what we were learning.

29
FUN ACTIVITIES!
  • One was that we got to extract DNA from
    strawberries!

30
FUN! Cont.
  • Other things we did was make DNA Bracelets,
    watched a video on people from the area who have
    come from different cultures and shared their
    stories, and we did an activity with cards that
    had different DNA sequences on them.

31
  • This is a picture that was shown to us about
    what the migration may have been like and where
    everyone went and came in the early stages of
    life.

32
In Summary
  • BioMed was so much fun.
  • We all enjoyed the hands on activities
  • the unique experience that is offered to few
  • high school students.
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