In this video episode, Leslie talks more about the three contents of the cubital fossa. Also, learn about which part of the forearm nurses use to take someone’s blood pressure by watching this video. Enjoy! Transcript of Today’s Episode Hello and welcome to another episode of Interactive Biology TV where we’re making Biology fun. My . . .
When we think about blood pressure it is the mean arterial pressure that is monitored and regulated by the body. It is the force of blood pushing against the walls of the arteries as the heart pumps blood to the systemic tissues of the body. It is not the arterial systolic or diastolic or pulse . . .
The kidneys are essential organs in the body. Without them we are unable to function. Many of us if asked what the functions of the kidneys are, we will say it is for the removal and elimination of waste from the body into urine. Yes, the kidneys are important for excretion, however they play more . . .
How do the differences in hydrostatic and osmotic pressures affect the flow of blood within the circulatory system and to the different parts of the body? What is filtration pressure and how are these affected during abnormal conditions such as having a high blood pressure? Watch and learn with Leslie as he explains further about this topic.