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Histamine. = Amino acids: – g-aminobutyric acid: always inhibitory. – Glycine: always inhibitory. – Glutamate: always excitatory. – Aspartate. = Nitric oxide: – Works very differently from other neurotransmitters. It is synthesized when required and, rather than acting on the membrane, alters intra-cellular metabolism to modify excitability. g. adrenocorticotropic hormone) and various other growth factors and peptides. = ORGANIZATION OF THE NERVOUS SYSTEM The nervous system Central nervous system Parasympathetic Somatic Autonomic Sympathetic • Voluntary movements • Input from sensory receptors • ‘Rest and digest’ • ‘Fight and flight’ • Post-ganglionic acetylcholine • Post-ganglionic noradrenaline Fig.
Stroke volume Normal heart Failing heart with sympathetic stimulation (with compensation) Normal stroke volume Normal end-diastolic volume Failing heart without sympathetic stimulation (without compensation) Increase in end-diastolic volume End-diastolic volume Fig. 10 FrankÁStarling curve. = Narrower vessels increase the PVR and therefore increase afterload, which in turn reduces SV and HR (a baroreceptor reflex). SYSTEMIC CIRCULATION The systemic circulation describes the arteries, arterioles, capillaries and veins, which perfuse all tissues within the body.
SYSTEMIC CIRCULATION The systemic circulation describes the arteries, arterioles, capillaries and veins, which perfuse all tissues within the body. Pre-operative Blood pressure Arterial BP is reliant on compliance of vessels and blood volume. = Systolic BP (SBP): = The maximum arterial pressure during ventricular ejection. 22 Physiology Pressure mmHg SBP MAP DBP Fig. 11 Systolic (SBP), diastolic (DBP) and mean (MAP) blood pressures. = Diastolic BP (DBP): Minimum arterial pressure, occurring just before blood is ejected from the ventricles.