Cardio Vascular Physiology
Cardio vascular Physiology involves the study about Cardiac Muscle, Cardiac cycle and Electrical Properties of Cardiac fibres. The significant part of Cardio vascular Physiology is Hemodynamics which deals with the forces generated during heart pumping inorder to develop the blood circulation through the Cardio vascular System.
Maternal Hemodynamic changes occurs during Pregnancy which is associated with the Vasodilation of the Systemic Vasculature and the Maternal kidneys. During pregnancy, healthy women experience some increased shortness of breath on exertion and increased fatigue. Because resting cardiac output is increased in pregnancy, the maximal cardiac output induced by exercise is achieved at a lower level of work.
- Track 1-1 Cardiac Cellular Anatomy
- Track 2-2 Maternal Hemodynamic Changes
- Track 3-3 Clinical Cardiovascular Findings in Normal Pregnancy
- Track 4-4 Heart Depolarisation