The ventricular contraction is stronger than the atrial contraction, this is due to the fact that the fxn of the ventricle is designed to send blood around the body.
Neither wave summation nor tetanus are possible in cardiac muscle tissue because cardiac cells have longer action potentials and a very long refractory period compared to other cells. this prevents the heart from cramping or cramping from receiving too much stimulus.
Because the ventricles must contract and relax fully with each beat to pump blood. Therefore, cardiac muscle cells have a longer refractory period and are incapable of wave summation and tetanus.
The P wave and QRS complex represent depolarization of the atrial and ventricular muscles, respectively. Why does the QRS complex have the greatest amplitude? The QRS complex has the greatest amplitude because the ventricles in the heart are heavier than the atria.
Norepinephrine and Epinephrine
Norepinephrine increases heart rate and myocardial contractility. Epinephrine excites the SA node, thereby increasing the rate and strength of myocardial contraction.
As the amplitude in a wave increases, it carries more energy and gains intensity; Regarding sound waves, the sound quality is loud when the intensity is high. Understand the relationship between amplitude and a wave.
The relationship between the amplitude and frequency of the wave is such that it is inversely proportional to the frequency. An increase in frequency results in a decrease in amplitude.
How does changing the amplitude affect the wavelength? The amplitude has no influence on the wavelength. It also doesn’t affect the wave speed.
Your answer: Larger waves represent ventricular contraction because the ventricles are stronger than the atria and pump with more force. The atria only have to pump blood a short distance into the ventricles, while the ventricles have to pump blood throughout the body.
Summation occurs at the molecular level because the second stimulus triggers the release of more Ca++ ions, which become available to activate additional sarcomeres as the muscle expands even from the first pulls together charm. The summation leads to a stronger contraction of the motor unit.
wave summation. wave summation. Also called temporal summation. Phenomenon observed when another stimulus is applied to a muscle before the previous relaxation phase is complete, resulting in a stronger contraction. May be due to greater calcium availability in stimulated muscle cells.
Higher intensity and higher frequency cause stronger muscle contractions, but also a greater drop in strength and thus rapid muscle fatigue.
Direct stimulation requires a higher threshold voltage because fewer motor units are recruited and it does not go through a pathway so there is no build-up of ach and tension.
The latency period is followed by the contraction phase, in which the sarcomeres and cells shorten. Then comes the relaxation phase, a longer time because it is passive, the result of recoil due to the series of elastic elements of the muscle.
The P wave is smaller than the QRS complex because the atria have less muscle mass than the ventricles.
A “wide QRS complex” refers to a QRS complex duration of ≥120 ms. The widening of the QRS complex is associated with a slower spread of ventricular depolarization, either due to His-Purkinje network disease and/or dependence on slower muscle-to-muscle spread of depolarization.
Which wave has the largest amplitude and why? The R-wave should have the highest amplitude as it best reflects the depolarization changes occurring in the ventricular muscle mass. You have just studied 15 semesters!
Systolic and diastolic function. Ventricular contraction during systole can be quantified in a number of ways. This includes measuring stroke volume, end-diastolic volume, end-systolic volume, and ejection fraction, which is calculated using the following formula: EF (%) = (stroke volume/end-diastolic volume) × 100.