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Factors affecting central venous pressure
What are the factors affecting central venous pressure?

central venous pressure is the pressure in the thoracic vena cava near the right...

vasovagal syncope
What is the mechanism of vasovagal syncope?

A vasovagal syncope is a condition that causes fainting in some individuals....

The Acid Base Balance
The Acid Base Balance : Controlling pH of Body Fluids

Acid base balance is a physiologic mechanism whereby your body regulated the...

Circle Of Willis
The Circle Of Willis (Circulus Arteriosus) Anatomy

The Circle of Willis is a ring-like anastomotic arterial structure at the base...

Clotting factors
Blood Clotting Factors List, Names and Roles

Clotting factors are the crux and most essential components of hemostasis. Therefore...

Coagulation Cascade
Coagulation Cascade and Hemostasis

Coagulation is the process by which a blood clot forms to reduce blood loss...

effects of respiratory activity on venous return
What are the effects of respiratory activity on venous return?

During inhalation, the chest expands and the diaphragm moves downward reducing...

Electrocardiogram Physiology
Electrocardiogram Physiology, Waves, Intervals, Axis and Segments

The electrocardiogram is a diagnostic tool that is routinely used to assess...

conduction system of the heart
The conduction system of the heart physiology

The conduction system of the heart is a collection of nodes and specialized...

Mean arterial pressure Physiology
Mean arterial pressure Physiology

Mean arterial pressure is the average arterial pressure throughout one cardiac...