PED Lecture Study Guide Exam 1

PED Lecture Study Guide Exam 1 - PED LECTURE STUDY GUIDE...

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PED LECTURE STUDY GUIDE HDL – High Density Lipoproteins. Blood fats that help transport cholesterol out of the arteries, thereby protecting against hearts disease. The “good” cholesterol. 60+ mg/dl is most desirable. LDL – Low Density Lipoproteins . Blood fats that transport cholesterol to organs and tissues; excess amounts result in the accumulation of deposits on artery walls. The “bad” cholesterol. < 100 mg/dl is optimal. Cardiovascular Endurance – the sustained ability of the heart, blood vessels, and blood to carry oxygen to the cells, the ability of the cells to process oxygen, and the ability of the blood, once again, to carry away waste products. Systolic Blood Pressure – the larger number on the top of a reading. 115/75. The 115 is the systolic blood pressure. Caused when the heart contracts and your BP increases. SAID principle – Specific Adaptation to Imposed Demands, SAID. Each organ and organelle respond to a different form of stress. Hypertension
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This test prep was uploaded on 04/18/2008 for the course PED 100 taught by Professor Rice during the Spring '08 term at Missouri State University-Springfield.

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PED Lecture Study Guide Exam 1 - PED LECTURE STUDY GUIDE...

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