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Unformatted text preview: Ascites/Dropsy f) Blood distribution (i.e. arterioles and exercise) V. Veins--recall valves and method of flow/movement of blood in veins. a) Reservoir of Blood (volume) b) Flow of Blood--Extrinsic Factors. Nerves, Hormones VI. Blood Pressure Factors a) Regulation-MAP MAP=D.P. + 1/3 P.P. 1. Significance==> 2. 3. MAP=HR X SV X TPR 4. b) Baroreceptors c) Orthostatic Hypotension : Has this ever happened to you? Think of the situation. What is the concern about Hypotension? d) Hypertension, Major cause is__________________ Primary/Essential Secondary e) Shock Circulatory Stages 1) Electrical 1. Hypovolemic a) Reversible 2) Emotional 2. Normovolemic b) 3) Cardiac---MI 3. Vasogenic c)…. . 4) Circulatory VII. Summary Chapter review questions: pgs. 312, all objective items; Essays any/all ; PTP #4 b,g...
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This note was uploaded on 04/08/2008 for the course BIO 161 taught by Professor Holdaway during the Spring '08 term at Harper.
- Spring '08