it14spr102.2Cc15t14Mo

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  1. ´╗┐states that stroke volume is proportional to the end-diastolic volume
    Frank-Sterling law of the heart
  2. the amount of tension in the ventricular myocardium immediately before it begins to contract
    Preload
  3. sum of all forces a ventricle must overcome before it can eject blood
    Afterload
  4. system where surrounding muscles contract and squeeze the blood out of the compressed part of the vein, while the valves close to prevent backflow
    Skeletal Muscle pump
  5. the resistance for a fluid to flow; the thickness of a fluid
    Viscosity

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