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lower extremity arterial doppler indirect

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What is an energy gradient? A difference in pressure between two points.
With laminar flow, how do the layers of blood flow? Parallel to one another.
What type of flow occurs during diastole? Parabolic flow.
What is directly proportional to the hematocrit level in the blood? Viscosity.
What type of flow means "flat movement?" Plug flow.
If you have high blood viscosity , will blood be more or less resistive? More resistant.
What would a Reynolds number >2,000 indicate? Turbulence.
If velocity of blood increases, what happens to the pressure? If velocity increases, pressure goes down.
What has the greatest effect on turbulence? Radius of a vessel.
What is located in the adventitia that supplies the arteries and vein. Vasa Vasorum: supplies the arteries and veins with their own blood supply.
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