Western Heart

On the basis of Western traditions of thought, we divide the Sciences today in nature and mind Sciences, or materially and in the material. This following classification derives from: Vitalistisch mechanistically management = 1st degree > Cybernetics 3. degree nature (1 conversion circuit cultures (n value chains) management second-degree = > Cybernetics second-degree management 3rd grade = > Cybernetics 1st degree molecule > cell Quant > nuclear Copyright 2006 by Wolfgang Schwalm!) First, consider the phenomenon of heart, with its basic rhythm of life and the living cells: The heart rate or heart rate is the number of heart beats per minute. It is specified in min-1 or as a bpm (beats per minute). The heart rate (HR) is often equated with the pulse, what is not correct in terms of content, because the heart rate is only one aspect of the pulse. The qualities of the heart include the regularity, the rate of pressure rise, the absolute pressure and the filling volume in addition to the frequency of the heartbeat. The heart rate in humans depends on the load, the age and physical fitness. A newborn has a heart rate of 120 beats per minute at rest, while a 70 has a frequency to the 70 beats per minute.

The heart rate is in a healthy person alone 50 to 100 beats per minute. … The total number of heart beats in the entire life of a mammal is about one billion. The man is an exception: he brings it up almost four billion heartbeats. The smallest element of living = vital sub systems (plants, animals, and humans) is: A cell is the smallest living unit of all organisms. There are single-celled organisms, which can consist of a single cell and form multicellular organisms where multiple cells to a functional unit are connected and thus tissue (Biology). The human body, for example, consists of approximately 220 of different cell and tissue types.