Circulation of Body Fluids

Circulation of Body Fluids logoSubject: Biology    Exam: AIPMT / NEET-UG

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Important Concepts in Circulation of Body Fluids

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Most Important Concepts (Do or Die)
  • Blood Vascular System

  • Open Circulatory System

  • Circulatory System in Cockroach

  • Closed Circulatory System

  • Human Heart

  • Arterial System

  • Venous System

  • Tissue Fluid

  • Lymphs

  • Cardiovascular Defects

Important Concepts (Should Do)
  • Human Blood

Not So Important Concepts (Do if you have time)
  • Water Circulation System

  • Portal System

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Important Points

Each cardiac cycle is completed in 0.8 sec, auricles systole in 0.1 sec and diastole in 0.7 sec, ventricular systole is 0.3 sec and diastole is 0.5 sec, joint diastole is 0.4 sec
Cardiac output is the amount of blood pumped by ventricle into aorta per min. It is determined by the heart rate and stroke volume. In a resting adult, it is 72 x 70 ml or 5 lit.
Angina pectoris - Pain in the chest due to reduced supply of blood or oxygen to heart muscle
Increased heart beat s Tachycardia while decreased heart beat is Bradycardia
Diapedesis is the movement of WBC from blood to tissues

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