To determine if cardiac function is compromised in

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Unformatted text preview: 95 and a blood pressure of 90/65. To determine if cardiac function is compromised in this patient you determine his cardiac output. His oxygen consumption is 200 ml/min, his pulmonary vein O2 concentration is 20 ml O2/dl, his pulmonary artery O2 concentration is 14 ml O2/dl and his heart rate is 65. What is his cardiac output? A. 3.0 L/min. B. 3.3 L/min. C. 3.8 L/min. D. 4.1 L/min E. 4.5 L/min. 5. The above patient’s condition (Q#4) would best be treated by which of the following? A. Sodium Nitroprusside B. Epinephrine C. Propranolol D. Dobutamine E. Nitroglycerin 6. A decrease in blood pressure produces the following reflex: A. increased baroreceptor firing rate B. increased systemic vascular resistance C. increased depressor center inhibition of the sympathetic pressor center D. decreased heart rate E. decreased heart contractility Medical
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