Ekg Lab Report

The purpose of this experiment was to become familiar with the electrocardiograph to help us determine the electrical activity of the heart. As well as, to observe how exercise and different body positions(conditions) can affect the activity of the heart. Introduction Trained professionals can look at the EKG tracing and determine if the heart is … Read more

Kawasaki Syndrome Research Paper

Kawasaki Syndrome was first discovered by a Japanese physician Tomisaku Kaswasaki in the 1960s. He noticed a cluster of symptoms in Japanese schoolchildren. Kawasaki Syndrome affects children younger than the age of 5 years old, but peaks at ages 18-24 months. In 2000, there was an average of 77% of children in the United States … Read more

Research Paper On Lupus

Lupus is a chronic, complex and prevalent autoimmune disease, that effects more than 1. 5 million Americans. It is a disease that is often overlooked, misdiagnosed and misunderstood, lupus is a chronic condition that is long-term with periods of activity and then remission. Lupus is a disease that attacks your own body. The immune system … Read more

Effects Of Exercise On The Musculoskeletal System Essay

Reviewing Physiological Data Effects of exercise on the musculoskeletal system: Musculoskeletal system The musculoskeletal system is made of muscles, tendons, ligaments, bones/joints and associated tissues that move the body and maintain its form. This system operates under the control of the nervous system producing voluntary movements. “This system protects the brain and internal organs, maintains … Read more

Crayfish Lab Essay

Lab Report 3: Daphnia, Human and Crayfish Cardiac Activity Introduction An electrocardiogram, abbreviated as ECG in this report, is a visual representation of an organism’s atrial and ventricular depolarization and repolarization. Previous research has shown that although there is variability in the amplitude and shape of the waves of ECG, dependent on the subject’s health, … Read more

Arrhythmia Research Paper

Arrhythmias are any change from the normal sequence of the electrical impulses in the heart. An arrhythmia is when your heart cannot pump blood effectively. It may happen to fast, to slowly, or it may happen erratically. When arrhythmias occur; the lungs, brain, and other organs cannot work properly and they may shut down and … Read more