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Unformatted text preview: BIPN 100 Dr. Fortes TA Jing Wang Handout 8 email@example.com OH Wed 4-5 @ Caf Roma Blood flow 1. Velocity: increase surface area--____ velocity Q =_____ X_______ The blood vessel that has the smallest cross-sectional area, but the fastest flow is ________. The blood vessel has the largest cross-sectional area, but the slowest velocity is __________. This allows _____________ to take place by ______________ 2. Distribution of blood at rest: the blood vessel contains 66% of blood at rest is ______________. 3. Resistance R=_____________, a. Viscosity, determined by the [ ] of ___________________, (hematocrit is the medical term) b. Radius, R is ___________ proportional to r to the 4 th power, small change in r can cause huge change in R. CO= ___________, (which is similar to Ohms law Q=P/R) TPR=total peripheral resistance c. Blood pressure/volume loop, SBP, DBP, SV, 1-2______________________________________. 2-3______________________________________. ______________________________________. ______________________________________. 3-4______________________________________....
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This note was uploaded on 04/14/2008 for the course BIPN 100 taught by Professor French during the Winter '07 term at UCSD.
- Winter '07