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Lab 2 Human Anatomy & physlology Blood Pressure & Effects of Exercise moving through limited space. This pressure. (MAp) depends on the resistance to fluid movement (known u: r91"r. peripherar resisiance'* ryny th;gt ;h. circulatory system and the amount of fluid aue-mpting topasstr"igo that resistive space (co). MAp = CO*TpR we know that co increases during exercisen but we also want to know what happens to TPR As musclet *: u:.q, they"increase their p.rfurion by opening arterioles. This vasodilation is due to both hormonal effects Gucfi "r ,irrururing epinephrine) and local responses to hypoxia (such as the release or njtric ".ra.j. rhJamouni oiirooa going into exercising muscle can in.tturr lv as much as 2ltimes! As muscle urt.riol* open, TPR is reduced, offsetting the effects of increased
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Unformatted text preview: co-on MAp. In this lab we will measure MAP and estimate co, so that we can assess how exercise affects TpR. Experimental set up You should spend some time working wjth-vourpartner and get familiar taking his or her blood pressure' onceyou are capabli orrervigid"g ur""a pressure measuriments on the first fiy you should:near*. vo* purto.i, biood pirrr*, and heart rate under the following conditions after rayinjaotni rot trr".i*ir;;;* sitting for rwo minutes, after standing for trvo mrnutet, iir.ttty post-exercise 1r*rr.i. . should last for at least l0 minutes) and five measurements taken at two-minute intervals following exercise. You'll need the following data for analysis: Heart Rate (beats/min) (HR) Systolic Btood pressure Diastolic Btood pressure Page 5...
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