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

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1. Sympathetic stimulation promotes an overall increase in blood flow resistance. True False 2. At rest, most blood is within the venous system. True False 3. The effect of acetylcholine binding to its receptors in the heart is a heart rate A. increase. B. decrease. C. unchanged. 4 The opposing forces that affect fluid movements across a capillary are known as A. oncotic pressures. B. Starling forces. C. colloid osmotic pressures. D. None of the choices are correct. 5. During diastole, blood flow in the coronary arteries decreases. True False 6. Vasopressin induces renal water A. secretion. B. excretion. C. filtration. D. reabsorption. 7. According to the Frank-Starling Law of the heart, as contraction strength increases the stroke volume A. decreases. B. increases. C. shows no change. 8. Dangerously low blood pressure that results from infection is A. septic shock. B. anaphylactic shock.
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