it14spr102.2Cc15t15R

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RUTHCALLAWAY
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it14spr102.2Cc15t15R
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2014-01-25 18:02:30
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  1. Maximum arterial pressure achieved during ventricular contraction
    systolic pressure
  2. The lowest pressure that remains in the arteries before the next ventricular contraction
    diastolic pressure
  3. Pressure in arteries supplied by branches of the aorta, determined by cardiac output and peripheral resistance
    blood pressure
  4. Friction between blood and the walls of blood vessels produces a force called
    peripheral resitance
  5. Pressure in the right atrium that affects BP in the peripheral veins
    central venous pressure
  6. Receptors sensitive to stretch located in the aortic arch & carotid arteries that detect changes in BP and assist in maintaining balance between SNS&PNS in the cardiac cycle
    baroceptors

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