15 Part Laryngeal Cardiopulmonary Training Model

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Model Number: NH-88342

Brand: Niche Healthcare 

350*230*430

The torso features 15 parts, including removable lungs, heart, heart atria, trachea, and ribs. The model also includes non-removable but stunningly detailed representations of the spine, deep spinal muscles, spinal disks, liver, and large intestine.

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Description

Categories         Anatomical Model

Subject               Medical Science

Material              Eco-friendly PVC

Application       School/Hospital/Laboratory

 

The “laryngeal cardiopulmonary system” refers to the integrated functioning of the larynx (part of the respiratory system), the heart, and the lungs (both part of the cardiopulmonary system). Each component plays a crucial role in breathing, oxygenating blood, and maintaining overall bodily functions.

Components and Functions:

Larynx:

  • Also known as the voice box.
  • Located in the throat, it houses the vocal cords.
  • Plays a role in breathing, producing sound, and protecting the trachea against food aspiration.
  • Regulates the passage of air into the lower respiratory tract.

Cardiopulmonary System:

Heart:

  • Pumps oxygenated blood from the lungs to the body and deoxygenated blood from the body to the lungs.
  • Maintains blood circulation and pressure.

Lungs:

  • Main organs of respiration.
  • Facilitate gas exchange, bringing oxygen into the bloodstream and expelling carbon dioxide.
  • Work closely with the heart to oxygenate blood and remove waste gases.

Integration and Interaction:

Breathing:

  • The larynx regulates airflow to the lungs, ensuring that the air we inhale reaches the lungs efficiently.
  • Proper functioning of the larynx is crucial for effective breathing and speaking.

Oxygenation:

  • The lungs oxygenate blood, which is then circulated by the heart to the rest of the body.
  • The efficiency of the larynx in managing airflow impacts the amount of oxygen reaching the lungs.

Protection:

  • The larynx helps protect the lower respiratory tract by preventing food and liquid from entering the trachea and lungs during swallowing.

Coordination:

  • The cardiopulmonary system relies on precise coordination between the heart and lungs to maintain homeostasis.
  • Disruptions in the laryngeal function (e.g., due to obstruction or injury) can compromise respiratory efficiency and, by extension, cardiovascular function.

Clinical Considerations:

Disorders and Diseases:

  • Conditions like laryngeal cancer, vocal cord paralysis, or laryngitis can impact breathing and speech.
  • Cardiopulmonary conditions such as heart failure, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), or pulmonary embolism can affect the efficiency of the heart-lung axis.

Treatment and Management:

  • Addressing laryngeal issues may involve speech therapy, surgical interventions, or medications.
  • Cardiopulmonary conditions often require a combination of lifestyle changes, medications, and possibly surgical procedures.

Understanding the interplay between the larynx and the cardiopulmonary system is crucial for diagnosing and managing various medical conditions that affect breathing, oxygenation, and overall health.

 

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