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FINAL_NOTES - Cardiovascular 1. Cardiac Output a. Heart...

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Cardiovascular 1. Cardiac Output a. b. Pressure = Flow X Resistance i. Systolic = 90 – 145 mm Hg ii. Diastolic = 40 – 85 mm Hg iii. Hypertension: Systolic > 150; Diastolic > 90 c. Comparisons from Rest/Exercise 2. Blood Pressure a. Rest/Exercise b. Postural Effects i. Lying to Standing Systolic Increase; Decrease in Blood Pressure ii. Sitting & Standing Long term = decrease in Blood Flow c. ”Cool-Down” – Venus Return 3. Blood Distribution a. Rest/Max Exercise i. Brain = 750mL; 13%/ 750mL; 3% ii. Heart = 250mL; 4%/ 1000mL; 4% iii. Muscles = 1200mL; 21%/ 22000mL; 88% iv. Skin = 500mL; 8.5%/ 600mL; 2.5% v. Kidney = 1100mL; 19%/ 250mL; 1% vi. Abdomen = 1400mL; 24%/ 300mL; >1% vii. Other = 600mL; 10%/ 100mL; >1% Total = 5800/25,000 Oxygen Consumption
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1. Submaximal Oxygen Consumption a. SS VO 2 (Workload) b. O 2 Req (SS X #of min) c. O 2 Req – O 2 consumed = O 2 Deficit d. O 2 Deficit ≈O 2 “Debt” e. Trained subject has smaller O 2 Deficit 2. Maximal Oxygen Consumption
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This note was uploaded on 10/16/2008 for the course EXSC 205Lxg taught by Professor Girandola during the Summer '07 term at USC.

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FINAL_NOTES - Cardiovascular 1. Cardiac Output a. Heart...

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