By Sol Silverman
This paintings is a vintage textbook within the culture of Cecil's necessities. The ebook is ready to simplify sufferer review and therapy, enhance sufferer care, and forestall problems. equipped into 5 sections, the textual content describes and illustrates numerous oral ailments and stipulations together with pathologic and molecular correlates. it truly is designed to permit either scholars and practitioners to achieve a last analysis and begin the proper remedies.
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This organ is often considered in the context of a double pump: a right heart and a left heart. The two pumps each have an upper chamber, the atrium, and a lower chamber, the ventricle. These two chambers are interfaced by a valve. The right atrium receives blood through large vessels draining the liver and systemic circulation, whereas the left atrium receives oxygenated blood from the lungs. Blood is pumped from the atria through the valves into the right and left ventricles. The two ventricles contract in unison, sending blood out into the circulation while the valves close, preventing regurgitation back into the atria.
The interposed quiet period is the S-T interval. This, of course, is the normal pattern of polarization and depolarization of the heart. The atrial repolarization wave is masked by the ventricular QRS complex. There are numerous other leads that the cardiologist can use to assess electrical activity in the heart. There are six limb leads and six chest leads. These leads allow one to pinpoint foci of cardiac pathology and also to assess the axis of the cardiac electrical conduction system. The electrocardiogram can be analyzed to assess rate, rhythm, conduction blocks, infarction, electrolyte imbalances, drug toxicity, and other organ-system pathology, particularly pulmonary dis- ease.
The contractions of the atria and ventricles are a biologic miracle. The heart has an innate capacity for muscular contraction that emanates from a focus in the right atrium known as the sinoatrial (SA) node. The impulse involves the movement of ions across the cardiac sarcolemmic membrane and specialized conduction fibers, an event termed depolarization. The impulse travels through the cell membranes switching from negativity to positivity. These migrating positive charges are detectable with an electrical recording instrument, the electrocardiograph.
Essentials of Oral Medicine by Sol Silverman