BIO 180-16 f02 - XVIII. Cardiac physiology D. Cardiac cycle...

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XVIII. Cardiac physiology D. Cardiac cycle
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XVIII. Cardiac physiology D. Cardiac cycle Systole:
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XVIII. Cardiac physiology D. Cardiac cycle Systole: Emptying
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XVIII. Cardiac physiology D. Cardiac cycle Systole: Emptying Diastole:
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XVIII. Cardiac physiology D. Cardiac cycle Systole: Emptying Diastole: Filling
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XVIII. Cardiac physiology D. Cardiac cycle Systole: Emptying Diastole: Filling E. Blood pressure
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XVIII. Cardiac physiology D. Cardiac cycle Systole: Emptying Diastole: Filling E. Blood pressure Mean arterial pressure:
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XVIII. Cardiac physiology D. Cardiac cycle Systole: Emptying Diastole: Filling E. Blood pressure Mean arterial pressure: MAP = CO x PR
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XVIII. Cardiac physiology D. Cardiac cycle Systole: Emptying Diastole: Filling E. Blood pressure Mean arterial pressure: MAP = CO x PR PR = Peripheral resistance
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E. Blood pressure Mean arterial pressure: MAP = CO x PR PR= Peripheral resistance CO = Cardiac output
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E. Blood pressure Mean arterial pressure: MAP = CO x PR PR= Peripheral resistance CO = Cardiac output = Heart rate x Stroke volume
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E. Blood pressure Mean arterial pressure: MAP = CO x PR PR= Peripheral resistance CO = Cardiac output = Heart rate x Stroke volume Ex. 72 bpm x 70ml/b =
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E. Blood pressure Mean arterial pressure: MAP = CO x PR PR= Peripheral resistance CO = Cardiac output = Heart rate x Stroke volume Ex. 72 bpm x 70ml/b = 5040ml/min.
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CO = Cardiac output = Heart rate x Stroke volume Ex. 72 bpm x 70ml/b = 5040ml/min. * Cardiac reserve =
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CO = Cardiac output = Heart rate x Stroke volume Ex. 72 bpm x 70ml/b = 5040ml/min. * Cardiac reserve = CO (max) – CO (rest)
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CO = Cardiac output = Heart rate x Stroke volume Ex. 72 bpm x 70ml/b = 5040ml/min. * Cardiac reserve = CO (max) – CO (rest) F. Regulation
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CO = Cardiac output = Heart rate x Stroke volume Ex. 72 bpm x 70ml/b = 5040ml/min. * Cardiac reserve = CO (max) – CO (rest) F. Regulation 1. Intrinsic
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F. Regulation 1. Intrinsic * Starlings law:
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F. Regulation 1. Intrinsic * Starlings law: More volume = Greater force
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F. Regulation 1. Intrinsic * Starlings law: More volume = Greater force - Due to stretching of muscles
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F. Regulation 1. Intrinsic * Starlings law: More volume = Greater force - Due to stretching of muscles 2. Extrinsic
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F. Regulation 1. Intrinsic * Starlings law: More volume = Greater force - Due to stretching of muscles 2. Extrinsic Sympathetic:
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F. Regulation 1. Intrinsic * Starlings law: More volume = Greater force - Due to stretching of muscles 2. Extrinsic Sympathetic: H.R. increase
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2. Extrinsic Sympathetic: H.R. increase Parasympathetic:
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2. Extrinsic Sympathetic: H.R. increase Parasympathetic: H.R. decrease
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2. Extrinsic Sympathetic: H.R. increase Parasympathetic: H.R. decrease G. Effecting factors
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2. Extrinsic Sympathetic: H.R. increase Parasympathetic: H.R. decrease G. Effecting factors Pressure:
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2. Extrinsic Sympathetic: H.R. increase Parasympathetic: H.R. decrease G. Effecting factors Pressure: Inverse
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