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Lecture Outline March 24, 2008 Cardiovascular System: Blood Pressure Regulation of arterial blood pressure accomplished by controlling: A. blood volume B. cardiac output (CO) C. total peripheral resistance (TPR) Blood Volume plasma volume affects blood pressure volume BP volume BP short-term measures are applied until long-term measures can be applied shifting of fluid from the interstitial compartment into plasma and vice-versa Transcapillary fluid exchange (Short-term adjustment) movement from blood to interstitial fluid is filtration movement from interstital fluid to blood is absorption direction of movement based on pressure gradients BP decreases ---extra fluid is shifted from interstitial compartment into the plasma BP increases ---extra fluid is shifted from the plasma into interstitial compartment Biology 141: Physiology 1
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Lecture Outline Long term adjustment of blood volume occurs with hormones by means of Na + and H 2 O 1. Atrial Natriuretic Factor (Peptide)
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