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Changes in electrical activity, muscle contractions, pressures, volume, valve position, heart sounds, and aortic flow are shown so that events that are occurring simultaneously in different parts of the cycle can be assessed. This important figure summarizes a great deal of information and should be studied carefully.

Cardiac cycle—left heart pump.

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Cardiac cycle phases: A , diastole; B , systole that is divided into 3 periods; C , isovolumetric contraction; D , ejection; and E , isovolumetric relaxation. This div only appears when the trigger link is hovered over. Otherwise it is hidden from view.

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Home Books Cardiovascular Physiology, 9e. Previous Chapter. Next Chapter. This research group focuses on the field of cardiovascular physiology and physical in activity. The work strongly focuses on understanding the impact of exercise training and physical activity on reducing the risk of developing cardiovascular and metabolic diseases.

The Human Performance Lab is able to combine the most important techniques — available at the Radboudumc and of high quality — to perform in-vivo measurements of human performance in the broadest sense of the term. Have you noticed this button? Use this button to save, print or share. People Dick Thijssen Cardiovascular physiology and exercise.

Cardiovascular physiology and physical in activity This research group focuses on the field of cardiovascular physiology and physical in activity.

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Specifically, Dick examines the impact of physical activity on the quality and structure of arteries, and the role of hemodynamic forces such as shear stress and pressure on these adaptations. Recently, this work was summarized in an invited review for the leading journal Physiological Reviews IF To further improve their insight into the topics above, Dick also invests into the development of novel techniques to non-invasively measure vascular function i. This work recently resulted in the publication of the first papers on these novel techniques J Hypert, JACC: CV Imaging, Ann Surg, J Physiol , which demonstrate enormous potential for future work and the potential of clinical and prognostic value.

For example, he performed studies on the impact of prolonged sitting on cardio- and cerebrovascular systems and potential strategies to prevent these detrimental effects, including in clinical populations such as diabetes, cardiovascular disease and dementia Exerc Sports Sci Rev, Diabetes Care.

In addition, his lab has introduced the concept of exercise preconditioning JAMA Cardiology to explain how exercise protects against cardiovascular events. His lab was the first to explore the impact of repeated ischaemic on cardiovascular health invited review in Exp Physiol. Views Read Edit View history. In other projects Wikimedia Commons. By using this site, you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy. Vasoconstriction in response to hypoxia. Fixed volume means intolerance of high pressure. Minimal ability to use anaerobic respiration.

Blood flow through the left coronary artery is at a maximum during diastole in contrast to the rest of systemic circulation , which has a maximum blood flow during systole. Part of portal venous system , so oncotic pressure is very low. Maintains glomerular filtration rate.