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Homeostatic Imbalance of Blood Pressure

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Introduction

Running Head: HOMEOSTATIC IMBALANCE OF BLOOD PRESSURE Homeostatic Imbalance of Blood Pressure [Name of the writer] [Name of the institution] Homeostatic Imbalance of Blood Pressure H?m???t??i? d?riv?? fr?m th? Gr??k w?rd h?m?? m??ning ??m? ?nd ?t??i? m??ning ?t?ying, th?r?f?r? h?m???t??i? r?f?r? t? th? m?int?n?nc? ?f th? ?t?bility ?f th? int?rn?l ?nvir?nm?nt within ? b?dy, giving ?n ?rg?ni?m ? l?v?l ?f int?rn?l ind?p?nd?nc? fr?m th? ?xt?rn?l ?nvir?nm?nt. Th? ?ctu?l ?nvir?nm?nt ?f th? c?ll? ?f th? b?dy i? th? int?r?titi?l c?mp?n?nt ?f th? ?xtr?-C?llul?r Fluid (?CF), thi? fluid h?? t? b? k?pt c?n?t?nt fr?m th? ch?nging ?xt?rn?l ?nvir?nm?nt ?r n?cr??i? ?ccur?. ?inc? n?rm?l c?ll functi?n d?p?nd up?n th? c?n?t?ncy ?f thi? fluid, it i? n?t ?urpri?ing th?t in multic?llul?r ?nim?l?, ?n imm?n?? numb?r ?f r?gul?t?r m?ch?ni?m? h?v? ?v?lv?d t? m?int?in it. W.B c?nn?n u??d th? t?rm h?m???t??i? t? d??crib? th? v?ri?u? phy?i?l?gic?l ?rr?ng?m?nt? which ??rv? t? r??t?r? th? n?rm?l ?t?t? ?nc? it h?? b??n di?turb?d. H?m???t?tic m?ch?ni?m? inv?lv?? th? int?r?cti?n? ?f m?ny ?rg?n? ?nd ?y?t?m? in pr?viding th? ?ptimum c?nditi?n? f?r th? c?ll?, which r??ult? in ?ptimum ?nvir?nm?nt f?r th? ?nzym?? t? w?rk in thu? k??ping th? c?ll ?liv?. Th? m?mm?li?n kidn?y i? c?ntr?l t? h?m???t??i?, b?ing inv?lv?d in th? r?gul?ti?n ?f w?t?r ?nd ??lt b?l?nc?, pH ?nd m?t?b?lit?? l?v?l?. Th? liv?r i? c?ntr?lly c?nc?rn?d in th? r?gul?ti?n? ?f th? m?t?b?lit? l?v?l? ?nd th?rm?g?n??i?. Th? hyp?th?l?mu? m?nit?r? pH, ??m?tic pr???ur? ?nd t?mp?r?tur? ?nd it bring? ...read more.

Middle

?? w?ll ?? w?t?r ?nd h??t l???. Th? tw? di?tinct l?v?l? ?r? d?rmi? ?nd ?pid?rmi?. Th? ?pid?rmi? i? c?mp???d ?f ?pith?li?l ti??u? ?nd pr?vid?? bigg??t f?rm ?f pr?t?cti?n, fibr?u? c?nn?ctiv? ti??u? m?k?? up th? d?rmi? which i? m??t ?f th? ?kin. Th? d?rmi? h?? ? n?tw?rk ?f v????l? fl?wing pr?viding it? nutri?nt?, th? ?pid?rmi? l?y?r r?c?iv?? it? nutri?nt? vi? diffu?i?n thr?ugh th? ti??u? fluid? ?? it i? n?t v??cul?ri??d. Th?r? i? ? l?y?r ?f d??d c?ll? which pr?t?ct? th? ?pid?rm?l l?y?r, th??? ?r? c?ll?d k?r?tin?cyt??. ?nd th?y pr?duc? k?r?tin which giv?? w?t?rpr??f ?nd pr?t?ctiv? pr?p?rti??. Th?r? ?r? ?l?? m?l?n?cyt?? c?ll? pr?ducing th? pigm?nt m?l?nin which i? r??p?n?ibl? f?r th? c?l?uring ?f th? ?kin. M?t?b?lic ?ctiviti?? r??ult? in h??t pr?ducti?n ?nd during vig?r?u? ?x?rci?? ?ctiv? ?rg?n? pr?duc? ?xc??? h??t which n??d? r?m?ving fr?m th? b?dy t? pr?v?nt ? h?rmful ri?? in b?dy t?mp?r?tur? ?nd th? p?t?nti?l d?v?l?pm?nt ?f h??t ?tr?k?. If th?r? i? ? ch?ng? in th? t?mp?r?tur? th?n th? l??? ?f h??t thr?ugh th? ?kin i? ?p?cific?lly m?int?in?d by n?ur?n?? c?ntr?lling th? ?xt?nt ?f dil?ti?n ?f th? ?rt?ri?l??. Wh?n th? t?mp?r?tur? ?f th? b?dy i? incr????d by 0.25 t? 0.5 C th? ?w??t gl?nd? ?r? ?timul?t?d t? ??cr?t? ?w??t, which i? c?nv?y?d t? th? ?urf?c? ?f th? b?dy by duct?. Th? c?pill?ry b?d? ?r? fill?d with bl??d du? t? th? dil?ti?n ?f ?rt?ri?l?? ?nd thu? r?l????? th? ?xc??? h??t ?? ?w??t thr?ugh th? ?ud?rif?r?u? ...read more.

Conclusion

w?und. Cl?tting f?ct?r? ?r? ?ub?t?nc?? inv?lv?d in cl?tting ?nd th?y cr??t? ? c??c?d? ?f int?r?cti?n? th?t r??ult? in cl?t f?rm?ti?n. Th? cl?tting pr?c??? i? ? p??itiv? f??db?ck m?ch?ni?m: ?nc? ? cl?t i? f?rm?d it c?ntinu?? t? ?xp?nd ?nd ?xt?rn?l f?ct?r? ?r? r?quir?d t? h?ld it in ch?ck. Cl?tting ?ccur? in thr?? ?t?g??. Th? fir?t ?t?g? c?n ?ccur vi? tw? di?tinct p?thw?y?, intrin?ic ?r ?xtrin?ic, ?nd r??ult? in th? f?rm?ti?n ?f th? ?nzym? pr?thr?mbin???. Thi? ph??? c?n b? d??crib?d ?? ? c??c?d? ?f int?r?cti?n? b?tw??n cl?tting f?ct?r? (18). ??urc?: M?ri?b ?N, 2004, Hum?n ?n?t?my & Phy?i?l?gy, ?ixth ?diti?n, ??n Fr?n?i?c?, P??r??n B?nj?min Cumming?; P?g? 663 ??urc?: http://www.th?-?ci?nti?t.c?m/ im?g?? /yr2002/??p16/figur?.gif H??m?phili? i? ? di??rd?r ?f th? bl??d cl?tting ?y?t?m. Th?r? ?r? diff?r?nt typ?? ?f h??m?phili? ?nd it d?p?nd? ?n th? d?fici?ncy ?f th? bl??d cl?tting f?ct?r?. Th? p?r??n ?uff?ring fr?m h??m?phili? will n?t ?t?p bl??ding. Tr??tm?nt inv?lv?? tr?n?fu?i?n? ?f fr??h pl??m? ?r c?nc?ntr?t?? ?f th? d?fici?nt cl?tting f?ct?r t? r?li?v? fr? t?nd?ncy t? bl??d (19). ?th?r ?x?mpl?? ?f p??itiv? f??db?ck m?ch?ni?m? ?r? l?ct?ti?n ?nd l?b?ur c?ntr?cti?n?. T? ?umm?ri?? th? ?ignific?nc? ?f h?m???t??i?, th? h?m???t?tic ?y?t?m ?f th? b?dy i? which ?rg?n? w?rk t?g?th?r t? m?int?in it? ?tructur? ?nd functi?n? thr?ugh ????rtm?nt ?f dyn?mic ?quilibrium? c?r?fully c?ntr?ll?d by int?rd?p?nd?nt r?gul?ti?n m?ch?ni?m?. Th? ?y?t?m r??ct? t? ?v?ry ch?ng? in th? ?nvir?nm?nt, ?r t? ?v?ry r?nd?m di?turb?nc?, thr?ugh ? ??ri?? ?f m?dific?ti?n? ?f ?qu?l ?iz? ?nd ?pp??it? dir?cti?n t? th??? th?t cr??t?d th? di?turb?nc? (20). Th? ?im ?f th??? ?dju?tm?nt? i? t? m?int?in th? int?rn?l b?l?nc??. ...read more.

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