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Problem 4 continued b 8 points venous pressure write

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Problem 4, continued.B.(8 points)Venous pressure. Write down all relationships that make up Quadrants 3and 4, and the axis separating them. DuringEXERCISE, would you expect any changesin these equations or curves? If so, indicate them on the diagram. Also add in the newoperational lines. Based on your work here, explain the venous pressure results seenfor both patients.
C.(4 points)Stroke volume. Explain how Quadrants 1 and 4 are related with respect tostroke volume. Add in the new operational lines and a new venous function curve (butignore cardiac function). Explain the results for both patients.
D.(2 points)Heart rate. Explain the heart rate results for both patients.
E.(2 points)Exercise tolerance. Why is Patient A better able to handle the increasedphysiological demands of exercise?
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Problem 4, continued.Patient A: Normal(5 points) Adjust the curves in the diagram if necessary based on the observations madeduring exercise. Aside from the value of Q, do not worry about exact changes that have takenplace, instead focus on general trends.

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