Laboratory Syllabus, Schedule, & Assignments
Link to Lab Manual Handouts and Virtual Labs
- Lab 1: Blood and Blood Vessels
- Lab 2: Heart Anatomy and ECG
- Lab 3: Heart as a Pump Exercise
- Lab 4: Human Cardiovascular Lab Monday (15th) labs will need to go to another lab.
- Lab 5: Anatomy of Respiratory, Digestive and Urinary Systems
- Lab 6: Lab Exam I Coverage & Review Sheet for Exam I (Labs 1-4 & Cardiovascular Case Studies)
- Lab 7: Human Respiratory Lab
- Lab 8: Renal Physiology Lab
- Lab 9: Review Lab (Respiratory, Digestive, and Urinary)
- Lab 10: Lab Exam II (Labs 5 and 7-9)
- Lab 11: Male and Female Reproduction / Endocrine Slides
- Lab 12: Endocrine Hormone Chart and Case Studies
- Lab 13: Lab Exam III (Labs 11-12)
Remember this is fill-in-the-blank not multiple choice.
Lab exam covers:
- Lab 1 Blood and Cardiovascular Anatomy
- Lab 2 Heart Anatomy and ECG
- Lab 3 The Heart as a Pump
- Lab 4 Human Cardiovascular Lab
Cardiovascular Interactive Physiology CD ROM
Exercises and Cardiovascular Case Studies
Next Lab: Quiz over Respiratory Interactive Physiology CD Exercise (pages 69-73).
Review - Lab exam I BIO 139 Labs 1-4 and Case Studies Lab 5 Lab 1
- Be able to identify WBCs on microscope and know their function
- Blood Typing - You will have an example of a blood type using the trays with 3 wells.
Ex: if there is a
clumping only in the Rh well: What is the blood type? What antigens? What antibodies?
- A WBC/RBC count of _______cells/mm3 would indicate what condition? Must know normal values.
- Know all listed blood vessels in pig plus the spleen.
- Know blood vessels on models. Put left or right and artery or vein with your answers
- Case study page 12
- Know heart model. Key in your lab manual.
Know pig heart - mainly the chambers, valves and vessels
- Know which Einthoven lead we used in lab.
- Where was the red lead (white lead or black lead) placed on the body?
- Know the waves on a normal EKG and the abnormal EKGs listed in your lab manual.
- Know the case study (abnormal EKGs) on page 23.
- Be able to calculate MAP, CO, SV, EF etc. and know the correct units!
- As HR increases (12, 30 very fast), what happens to Stroke Volume?
- AS HR increases (12, 30, very fast), what happens to Cardiac Output?
- Know how to calculate SV from the chart you used in Protocol I - "Heart as a Pump" lab.
- Know the Interactive Physiology Exercise on Cardiac Output
- Where are the apical and radial pulses? What is a pulse deficit? Why can't the radial
be higher than the
- Know the equipment used for measuring blood pressure.
- Know all the Blood Pressure Terms listed in you lab manual
- Know all about the Arterial Baroreceptor Reflex. Know what happens to all variables
if low (or high) BP
is detected at the Arterial Baroreceptors.
- An increase in HR upon reclining is due to __________________________.
- An increase in HR upon standing is due to __________________________.
- How does exercise increase HR and BP - see the picture on page 33. Remember that exercise
the SNS among other things.
- Know the 8 Cardiovascular Case Studies (these are in lab 4 although you had a quiz on them in lab 5)
- Know the two Interactive Physiology Exercises - "Factors that Affect BP" & "Blood Pressure Regulation"
Approximately 60 questions (no multiple choice). Two bonus questions on the blackboard.
Lab exam covers:
- Lab 5 Respiratory, Renal, and Digestive Models and
- Lab 7 Respiratory Physiology Lab
- Lab 8 Renal Physiology Lab
- Lab 9 Anatomy of Respiratory, Digestive, and Renal Systems
Lab exam II also includes the Respiratory (pages 69-73) and Renal
(page 88-90 & 92-97) Exercises from Interactive Physiology CD.