GR - Cardiac Output, Blood Flow, and Blood Pressure III

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Guided Reading - Cardiac Output, Blood Flow, and Blood Pressure III 1. The sounds heard during the first phase of blood-pressure measurement are A. murmurs. B. snapping sounds. C. thumping sounds. D. muffled thumping sounds. 2. Blood volume would be increased by A. decreased vasopressin secretion. B. decreased aldosterone secretion. C. increased renin secretion. D. increased atrial natriuretic factor secretion. 3. Vascular smooth muscle can directly respond to changes in pressure. This type of control is called A. metabolic. B. extrinsic. C. vasogenic. D. myogenic. 4. Dizziness during hyperventilation is due to a decrease in cerebral blood flow. The decreased blood flow is caused by A. vasodilation. B. decreased stroke volume. C. vasoconstriction. D. decreased respiration. 5. Damage to the vagus nerve would A. decrease heart rate. B. decrease cardiac output. C. decrease blood pressure. D. decrease responsiveness of the baroreceptor reflex. 6. Blood flow would be increased by
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This note was uploaded on 03/20/2012 for the course MCB 32 taught by Professor Smiley during the Fall '11 term at Cal Poly.

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