Flow, Pressure and Resistance. From inside the book. Chapter 13 Cardiovascular receptors reflexes and central control. The book encourages active, problem-based learning through clinical cases and Further Reading sections featuring primary research literature, review papers, and books. Please accept our apologies for any inconvenience this may cause. An Introduction to Cardiovascular Physiology is designed primarily for students of medicine and physiology.

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Fezragore Chapter 2 Cardiac cycle. Control of Blood Vessels II. Learning Objectives, Overview and Summary sections are helpful for checking understanding. All instructor resources are now available on our Instructor Hub. The book mostly only contained red and black ink, so the diagrams were somewhat lackluster and boring. Each chapter is well physiolgoy and contains many color graphics that enhance the presentation of the materials for ease of comprehension, making it appropriate for beginner and advanced students as well as practitioners.

This book is intended to medicine and physiology students. Skickas inom vardagar. To gain access to the instructor resources for this title, please visit the Instructor Resources Download Hub. Most helpful customer reviews on Amazon. The only pitfall was a lack of carciovascular glossary. Although human heart and circulation are emphasized wherever possible, students of general mammalian cardiovascular physiology will also find it a suitable reference.

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A single chapter on cardiac excitation has been split into two updated chapters on the cardiac myocyte and cardiac electrical system, the sections on caardiac and coronary mechanoreceptor reflexes and on decompensated shock have been updated, and completely new accounts of integrated cardiovascular responses to feeding, ageing, systemic hypoxia and high altitude lecick.

Schmidt No preview available — Delivery and Returns see our delivery rates and policies. A sound knowledge of cardiovascular physiology is fundamental to understanding cardiovascular disease, exercise performance and may other aspects of human physiology. It was very good. Offline Computer — Download Bookshelf software to your desktop so you can view your eBooks with or without Internet access.

Control of Blood Vessels I. An Introduction to Cardiovascular Physiology provides the student with the key concepts of cardiovascular physiology, from the fundamentals of how the cardiovascular system works in both health and disease, through to a consideration of more compl As a physiologist, educator, and author, I thoroughly enjoyed reading this excellent, cutting-edge textbook.

There was a problem providing the content you requested Excitation, Contraction and Relaxation. Amazon Web Services Levici Shopbop. Chapter 15 Cardiovascular responses inpathological situations. Thus, cardiovascular physiology is a major component of all undergraduate courses in physiology, biomedical science and medicine, as well as postgraduate study programs for the MRCP and FRCA.

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The text is organized into 18 chapters and two appendices. Chapter 1 Overview of the cardiovascular system. Be the first to review this item. Chapter 14 Coordinated cardiovascular responses. Request an e-inspection copy. A key feature of this pnysiology edition is how state-of-the-art technology is applied to understanding cardiovascular function in health and disease.

Chapter 8 Solute transport between blood and tissue. The book encourages levicl, problem-based learning through clinical cases and Further Reading sections featuring primary research literature, review papers, and books. Add to Wish List. Learning ObjectivesOverview and Summary sections are helpful for checking understanding. Unlike many science books, it seems the author can not only describe the material accurately, but he can write too! Already read this title?

From inside the book. Thus the text is also well suited to graduate study programmes in medicine and physiological sciences. Chapter 11 Control of blood vessels. The book was fairly well organized and consistent in chapter layouts 2. Related Articles


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