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1
The Heart
Chapter 20
2
Interesting Facts
  • At rest, the heart pumps 30xs its own weight each
    minute.
  • There are 60,000 miles of blood vessels.
  • In one day, the heart can pump 7000 L.
  • In one year, the heart pumps about 5 million L.
  • The average body contains about 5 L of blood
    volume.

3
Functions of the Heart
  • Generating blood pressure
  • Routing blood
  • Heart separates pulmonary (lungs to left side)
    and systemic (O2 nutrients) circulations
  • Ensuring one-way blood flow
  • Heart valves ensure one-way flow
  • Regulating blood supply
  • Changes in contraction rate and force match blood
    delivery to changing metabolic needs

4
Size, Shape, Location of the Heart
  • Size of a closed fist
  • Shape
  • Apex Blunt rounded point of cone (pointed
    bottom)
  • Base Flat part at opposite of end of cone
    (rounded top)
  • Located in thoracic cavity in mediastinum (b/w
    the lungs 2/3 to left of center)

5
Pericardium
  • Encloses the heart and holds it in place
  • Two layers
  • Outer, fibrous pericardium prevents the heart
    from overstretching
  • The inner, serous pericardium contains
    pericardial fluid to prevent friction

6
Heart Wall
  • Three layers
  • Epicardiumthin, transparent outer layer
  • Myocardiumcardiac muscle tissue bulk of the
    heart
  • Endocardiumlines the inside of the myocardium
    and covers the valves

7
Heart Chambers
  • Two upper chambers Atria
  • Receiving chambers
  • Separated by interatrial septum
  • Two lower chambers Ventricles
  • Pumping chambers
  • Separated by interventricular septum

8
Thickness of Heart Chambers
  • Vary according to each chambers functions.
  • Atriathin walls because they only pump blood to
    ventricles
  • Right ventriclepumps blood to lungs slightly
    bigger than atria
  • Left ventriclepump blood to entire body and keep
    up with the other chambers thickest of the four
    chambers

9
Concept Check
  • What are the functions of the heart?
  • Blood pressure, routing blood, one-way blood
    flow, regulating blood supply
  • Name and describe the 3 layers of the heart.
  • Epicardium (thin/transparent outer layer),
    myocardium (cardiac muscle tisssue bulk),
    endocardium (lines inside of myocardium covers
    valves)
  • What is the difference between atria and
    ventricles?
  • Atria receives blood ventricles pumps blood

10
Blood Vessel Structure
  • Arteries
  • Elastic, muscular, arterioles
  • Capillaries
  • Blood flows from arterioles to capillaries
  • Most of exchange between blood and interstitial
    spaces occurs across the walls
  • Blood flows from capillaries to venous system
  • Veins
  • Venules, small veins, medium or
  • large veins

11
Valves of the Heart
  • Four valves one for each chamber
  • They keep blood from flowing back to where it
    came from
  • They open and close in response to the pressure
    of blood against them

12
Valves of the Heart
  • Atrioventricular (cuspid) valves
  • Tricuspid valve between right atrium and right
    ventricle 3 flaps or cusps
  • Chordae tendinae tendon-like cords that prevent
    the cusps from being pushed back
  • Bicuspid valve between left atrium and left
    ventricle two cusps

13
Path of Blood
  • Right atrium receives deoxygenated blood from 3
    veins
  • Superior Vena Cavablood from above the heart
  • Inferior Vena Cavablood from below the heart
  • Coronary Sinusblood from the heart wall

14
Vessels of the Heart
15
Right Ventricle
  • Blood goes from to the pulmonary trunk
  • Pulmonary trunk divides into left and right
    pulmonary arteries
  • Pulmonary arteries lead to the lungs

16
From the Lungs
  • Oxygenated blood enters the left atrium via four
    pulmonary veins

17
From the Left Ventricle
  • Blood enters the ascending aorta
  • To the coronary arteries
  • To the arch of the aorta
  • To the thoracic aorta
  • To the abdominal aorta

18
Valves of the Heart
  • Semilunar Valves
  • Pulmonary semilunar valve between right
    ventricle and pulmonary artery
  • Aortic semilunar valve between left ventricle
    and the aorta

19
Blood Supply of the Heart
  • Coronary Circulationblood flow through the
    myocardium
  • Left and right coronary arteries bring blood to
    the tissue
  • Coronary sinus take deoxygenated blood from the
    tissue

20
Blood Flow Through Heart
21
Concept Check
  • What are the 3 types of blood vessels?
  • Arteries, veins, capillaries
  • Describe the flow of blood through the heart
    starting w/ the body.
  • Body, (SVC, IVC, CS), R Atrium, Tricuspid Valve,
    Chordae Tendinae, R Ventricle, Pulmonary SLV,
    Pulmonary Trunck, Pulmonary Arteries, Lungs,
    Pulmonary Veins, L Atrium, Bicuspid Valve,
    Chordae Tendinae, L Ventricle, Aortic SLV, Aorta,
    Body

22
Disorders ?
  • Ischemia faulty circulation weakens cells due to
    lack of oxygen, but the cells dont die
  • Angina Pectoris chest pain resulting from
    ischemia also from stress, over exertion, high
    blood pressure, or narrow arteries

23
Disorders ?
  • Myocardial Infarction (MI) heart attack
  • Infarction is the death of an area due to
    interrupted blood supply usually from a clot
  • Tissue beyond the clot will die and become scar
    tissue
  • Location of the infarction area is key to how
    serious it is

24
Conduction System of the Heart
  • This is an intrinsic regulating system
  • It does not need a stimulus from the nervous
    system
  • All cardiac muscle is capable of self-excitation
  • Cardiac muscle generates its own action potential

25
Sinoatrial (SA) Node
  • Located in the right atrial wall just below the
    superior vena cava
  • Known as the pacemaker of the heart
  • Rate of self-excitation is faster than all other
    heart fibers
  • Its impulses are spread to all the other areas
    thus setting the rhythm of the heart
  • Both atria will contract at the same time
  • This will then depolarize the AV node (ventricles
    contract)

26
Atrioventricular (AV) Node
  • Located in the interatrial septum
  • Last part of atria to depolarize
  • This impulse will depolarize fibers in the
    interventricular septum bundle of His
  • This is the only electrical connection between
    the atria and ventricles

27
Atrioventricular (AV) Node
  • The impulse passes toward the apex through left
    and right bundle branches to the ventricles
  • The actual contraction of the ventricles is done
    by the Purkinje fibers

28
Conducting System of Heart
29
Electrocardiogram (ECG)
  • A record of the electrical changes that accompany
    the heartbeat.

30
Electrocardiogram
  • Action potentials through myocardium during
    cardiac cycle produces electric currents than can
    be measured
  • Pattern
  • P wave
  • Atria depolarization
  • QRS complex
  • Ventricle depolarization
  • Atria repolarization
  • T wave
  • Ventricle repolarization

31
Cardiac Arrhythmias
  • Tachycardia Heart rate in excess of 100bpm
  • Bradycardia Heart rate less than 60 bpm
  • Sinus arrhythmia Heart rate varies 5 during
    respiratory cycle and up to 30 during deep
    respiration
  • Premature atrial contractions Occasional
    shortened intervals between one contraction and
    succeeding, frequently occurs in healthy people

32
Alterations in Electrocardiogram
33
Cardiac Cycle
34
Cardiac Cycle
  • Heart is two pumps that work together, right and
    left half
  • Repetitive contraction (systole) and relaxation
    (diastole) of heart chambers
  • Blood moves through circulatory system from areas
    of higher to lower pressure.
  • Contraction of heart produces the pressure

35
Concept Check
  • Why does the SA node act as the pacemaker?
  • Impulses are spread to other areas setting the
    rhythm of the heart
  • How does the heart contract without an impulse
    from the brain?
  • Intrinsic regulation / Self-excitation / Cardiac
    muscle generates own action potentials
  • What actually contracts the myocardium of the
    ventricles?
  • Purkinje fibers
  • What is an infarct?
  • Death of an area due to interrupted blood supply
    usually a clot

36
Concept Check
  • What does an EKG measure?
  • Electrical changes in the heart that accompany
    heart beat
  • Why is QRS bigger than P?
  • QRS contraction of ventricles
  • P contraction of atria
  • What is a fibrillation or arrhythmia?
  • Fibrillation hearts electrical activity has
    become disordered contraction rapid,
    unsynchronized flutter rather than beat heart
    pumps little or no blood

37
Heart Rate
  • Cardiac Output amount of blood ejected from the
    left ventricle into the aorta per minute
  • Stroke volume amount of blood ejected from the
    left ventricle per contraction

38
Factors Affecting Heart Rate
  • Autonomic control baroreceptorsneurons
    sensitive to blood pressure changes
  • Chemicals too much or too little K, Na, or Ca
    either increases or decreases heart rate oxygen
    demands
  • Temperature increase temperature, increase heart
    rate lower temperature, decrease heart rate
  • Emotions fear, anxiety, anger all increase heart
    rate while depression and grief lower heart rate
  • Sex and age faster in females fastest at birth
    but slows as one gets older

39
More Disorders ?
  • Arteriosclerosis - thickening of the walls of the
    arteries and loss of elasticity
  • Atherosclerosis - Deposition of plaque on walls
  • Congenital defectsa defect that exists at birth
  • Interventricular septal defecthole in septum
  • Valvular stenosisnarrowing of a valve
  • Arrthymiaany irregularity in heart rhythm

40
Effects of Aging on the Heart
  • Gradual changes in heart function, minor under
    resting condition, more significant during
    exercise
  • Hypertrophy of left ventricle
  • Maximum heart rate decreases
  • Increased tendency for valves to function
    abnormally and arrhythmias to occur
  • Increased oxygen consumption required to pump
    same amount of blood

41
Heart Sounds
  • First heart sound or lubb
  • Atrioventricular valves and surrounding fluid
    vibrations as valves close at beginning of
    ventricular systole
  • Second heart sound or dupp
  • Results from closure of aortic and pulmonary
    semilunar valves at beginning of ventricular
    diastole, lasts longer
  • Third heart sound (occasional)
  • Caused by turbulent blood flow into ventricles
    and detected near end of first one-third of
    diastole

42
Blood Pressure
  • Measure of force exerted by blood against the
    wall
  • Blood moves through vessels because of blood
    pressure
  • Measured by listening for Korotkoff sounds
    produced by turbulent flow in arteries as
    pressure released from blood pressure cuff

43
Pulse Pressure
  • Difference between systolic (contraction of
    ventricles) and diastolic (relaxation of
    ventricles) pressures
  • Increases when stroke volume increases or
    vascular compliance decreases
  • Pulse pressure can be used to take a pulse to
    determine heart rate and rhythmicity

44
Concept Check
  • What types of things would increase your heart
    rate? Decrease?
  • What is a congenital disorder? Describe the
    problems with interventricular septal defect.
  • What is the difference between systole and
    diastole if they both measure on the arteries?
  • What causes the heart sounds?
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