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Where do the great and coronary veins drain into the heart?
Where do the anterior veins of the heart drain?
what are the two coronary arteries?
L/R coronary artery
Which coronary artery feels more compression?
- Left coronary artery
- ***therefore, it will have a higher flow when the aortic valve closes
What happens to coronary circulation in times of hemorrhage and ischemia?
- Must increase vasoconstriction of periphery to shunt blood back to brain
- up TPR - up MAP - up Cerebral flow
How does the Baroreceptor reflex function?
- When Bf increases or Pressure increases there is more of a stretch in the arteries
- stretch = active baroreceptor = down sympathetic innervation = vasodilation
- no stretch = inactive baroreceptor = up sympathetic innervation = vasoconstriction
At what % of skeletal muscle pumping does blood flow stop?
What is the major control of cutaneous circulation?
Where does blood shift in cutaneous circulation during hypo/hypervolemia?
- Hypo: internal
- Hyper: cutaneous
What are the two types of resistance vessels in cutaneous circulation?
- Arteriovenous anastomoses (AVAs)
What mainly controls AVAs?
When do AVAs open?
- body heated
- body really cold
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