Cardiovascular Assign Answers

Cardiovascular Assign Answers - Cardiovascular Written...

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Cardiovascular Written Assignment: (Worth maximum of 3 points) Fill in your answers on this word document and save it to your computer. Then go to the Webvista course site, open the “Cardiovascular and Respiratory Written Assignments” folder, click on the “Cardiovascular Assignment” file and submit your answer using the “Add Attachments” option. Be sure to click the “Submit” button after loading file. This assignment is due Friday, November 6, at Midnight. . This is similar to an open book exam. You should work independently . It is worth a maximum of 3 points, to be added to your total for the Cardiovascular/Respiratory Exam. “Beta Blockers” (e.g. propranolol) are one of the most commonly prescribed drug class, taken daily by tens of millions of people. It is used in the treatment of hypertension, heart disease and arrhythmias. 1. In no more than 2 sentences , describe the action of beta blockers on the heart: (Wikipedia is an acceptable source. Do not include references). Stimulation of the sympathetic beta receptors in the heart increases both the heart rate
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