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A nal peek back at the centrifuged blood in the test tube (Figure 818) shows the clear plasma, with its clotting factors, at the top If the blood is allowed to sit, a thrombus (clot) soon forms What is left of the plasma after the clot forms is called the blood serum The clear, yellowish blood serum contains various proteins that play important roles in physiology The globulins (GLAHB-yoolins), for instance, are a group of plasma proteins that include many antibodies ( 5), which attack foreign invaders
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SUMMARY TABLE 82
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Consult Summary Table 82 for a quick review of some important words and word parts
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Summary Table 82 Words and Word Parts Write in the exact meaning (literal English translation) for up to 10 key terms selected from the preceding block of text After you are done, check your word meanings with the correct answers, which are given at the end of this chapter
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Key Terms normocardia Pre xes normo normal tachy- fast Roots card heart Suf xes -ia condition of -ia condition of -ia condition of -sclerosis hardening of -al referring to -emia blood condition of -al relating to -us presence of -ia condition of Exact Meanings 1
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Heart, Blood Vessel Disorders
Medical Case History: A Stubborn Dad Suffers Repeated Small Heart Attacks
Joe D, the father of two grown children, was stricken with severe angina pectoris on his way home from work The pain started in his left jaw and then radiated (RAY-de-ate-ed) down into his whole left arm (Review Fig 816, if desired) It feels like an elephant is sitting on my chest! Joe exclaimed out loud to himself behind the steering wheel His brow bathed in sweat, his pulse tachycardic (tak-ih-KAR-dik) and irregular, Joe nally pulled his car off to the side of the road But his associated dyspnea (DISP-nee-ah) dif cult (dys-) breathing (pnea) lasted for only a few minutes Soon, the pain faded and Joe pulled back onto the road When he nally arrived home, he never told his wife a thing! Doctors and hospitals are for babies! Joe said several times They re not for a man! Three weeks later, Joe suddenly grabbed his chest, grimaced with pain, and collapsed at work, right on the oor at the plant! The foreman gave him CPR or cardiopulmonary (kar-dee-oh-PUL-muh-nair-ee) resuscitation (re-sus-ihTAY-shun) When the paramedics (pair-uh-MED-iks) arrived, they put Joe onto a stretcher and whisked him away in an ambulance In the hospital ER (emergency room), Joe was placed on arti cial ventilation (ven-tih-LAY-shun) and given an EKG (or ECG) that is, an electrocardiogram (e-lek-troh-KAR-deeoh-gram) This a record of (-gram) the electrical activity (electr) of the heart (cardi) A number of inverted ( turned over ) EKG waves suggested that one or more MIs were already present! Joe was diagnosed with severe CAD on both sides of his heart A multiple coronary bypass operation was carried out Sections of several peripheral veins from his legs were extracted and surgically implanted around the occluded (ahKLOO-ded) areas of the coronary arteries Normal myocardial perfusion was re-established by this bypass procedure, and the patient eventually recovered and went home
Probe of case history
(A) What two medical words would you use to label the severe pain that Joe was feeling before he had surgery (B) When the case history said that veins were implanted around the occluded areas of the coronary arteries, what does this mean in regular English [Check your short answers with the key near the end of this chapter]
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Quiz
Refer to the text in this chapter if necessary A good score is at least 8 correct answers out of these 10 questions The answers are listed in the back of this book 1 By the lumen of a blood vessel, we mean its: (a) Amount of blood ow (b) Ability to withstand the force of blood pressure (c) Light space or opening channel (d) Relative weight 2 The two upper chambers of the heart are called the: (a) Atria (b) Arterioles (c) Ventricles (d) Myocardia 3 The portion of the total blood circulation controlled by the left side of the heart: (a) Systemic (b) Anginal (c) Pectoral (d) Pulmonary 4 The patient is suffering from severe myocardial ischemia, means that: (a) The liver was bypassing the lungs (b) Perfusion of the heart muscle bers was nearly totally blocked (c) Leukocytes increased vastly in both their numbers and size (d) The platelets just stopped sticking together! 5 William Harvey is noted for his contributions to: (a) Cancer research (b) Ligation of vessels to reduce severe hemorrhage (c) Thoroughly explaining the cell theory to interested laypeople (d) Clearly demonstrating the one-way circulation of the bloodstream 6 A patient in hypovolemic shock would have what key problem (a) Choking and strangling on undigested food (b) Inadequate tissue perfusion due to an extremely low blood volume (c) Excessive pumping action of the heart, producing excessively high BP (d) Lack of hemoglobin in the leukocytes
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