Textbook - Anatomy and Physiology: The Unity of Form and Function 8th edition by Saladin. Chapter 18 (blood), chapter 19 (heart), chapter 20 (blood vessels and blood pressure), chapter 21 (pg. 801 - 814)(lymphatic system). Content includes blood components and functions, white blood cells and functions, blood type and antigen and antibody functions, blood conditions/diseases, Rh factor, blood clotting hormones, blood formation requirements. Heart content covers structures, prenatal and postnatal structures of the heart, heart valves and electrical conduction, cardiac cells, and ions involved in depolarization. Hormones in the regulation of heart rate. Circulatory arteries and vessels and their composition and function, capillary exchange, regulation of blood pressure. Lymphatic system and functions and cells. There are charts on the topic of blood typing, lymphocytes and their functions, and the cardiac cycle. DO NOT rely on the content of this guide to have all the information. It is suggested to add flow charts and sticky notes to add to the information, as well as draw your own flow charts concerning hormonal control and pressure change.
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