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Systole or Diastole: Coronary blood flow is lowest.
Flow = Oxygen consumption/ (oxygen content of arteries - oxygen content of ________)
________ Pressure extends on the walls of the blood vessel
Total Peripheral Resistance = Change in pressure/ _______
Increase in Cardiac output = ______ in right atrial presure.
Stenosis can result in turbulence and ________.
In atherosclerosis, the radius of the blood vessel goes down, and the ________ goes up.
According to the Law of Laplace, Wall Tension = Transmural Pressure * ________.
Movement of water and substances from the capillary lumen to the interstitial space.
In a normal healthy adult, the greatest chance of turbulence is in the ________
Oncotic pressure promotes __________.
Local or Systemic: Skeletal muscle at rest
Vasodilation of all muscle arterioles will decrease resistance and _________ the slope of the venous return curve without changing the mean circulatory pressure.
Control mechanism when blood pressure is less than 60 mmHg
This is the site of highest resistance with its medium sized vessels and medium number of vessels.
Increase in Vasoconstriction and Volume of veins = ________ in Mean circulatory pressure
Hot tub and alcohol will cause _________ of veins and a downward shift in the venous return curve.
Most important local control involving vasodilators such as adenosine, CO2, K+, H+
According to Poiseuille's Law, resistance is heavily dependent on __________ because it is to the power of 4.
Indicator Dilution Method and Fick Principle are used to measure what?
Wall Stress = Transmural Pressure * Radius/ _________
Capillary pressure, Interstitial fluid pressure, Plasma oncotic pressure and interstitial fluid oncotic pressure make up the 4 __________ forces.
A decrease in diameter in arteries causes an __________in total peripheral resistance.
Reynolds Number = velocity* diameter*density/ ________
Local or Systemic: Skin
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Heart rate, contractility, preload, and afterload are 4 parameters that affect __________.
Mean circulatory pressure = ____ mmHg at 0 cardiac output.
A decrease in vagal tone will increase heart rate and shift the cardiac output curve ________.
This is the lowest permeability substance in the capillary.
Arterial side: Filtration, Venous side: ________
Oncotic pressure is due to _______ impermeability.
Blood infusion will increase volume or vasoconstriction of veins to shift the venous return curve _________.
Arteries or Veins: Compliance is higher
Local or Systemic: Brain and Heart
A decrease in diameter in veins causes increased venous tone, and an ______ in cardiac output.
Sympathetic stimulation will result in _________ shift in the venous return curve because of vasoconstriction.
The equilibrium point in the coupling of cardiac output and venous return curve is 5L/min and _____ mm Hg of right atrial pressure.
This vessel has the largest total area and the has the lowest velocity of blood flow.
Compliance = Change in Volume/ Change in __________
Control mechanism when blood pressure is less than 80 mmHg.
Hydrostatic pressure promotes ___________.
Capillaries are not under sympathetic control because it does not have __________. It only has a single layer of endothelial cells.
The body can sense changes in pressure in these two places.
Heart failure without reflexes will decrease contractility and shift the cardiac output curve _______.
The blood vessels in these two organs stay dilated when the local and systemic control act together.
An ________ in resistance and vasoconstriction in arteries will result in a downward shift in the venous return curve.
Increase in blood flow in an area. This can be due to period of increased metabolic rate or occlusion of blood flow.
Liver disease will result in decreased production of albumin and will result in less __________. This manifests clinically as edema or fluid accumulation in interstitial compartmen
Flow = Amount Injected/ average concentration* __________
A larger radius and an increase in cross-sectional area causes a ____________ in resistance.

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