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ANATOMY CHAPTER 13.5

ANATOMY CHAPTER 13.5 blood vessels

QuestionAnswer
what is pressure of blood exerted on vessel walls measured with sphyogomanometer
what is this called durning ventricular contraction arterial systolic pressure
what is think called durning ventricular relaxation arterial diastolic pressure
what is the amount of blood going into aorta per minute cardiac output
what is stroke volume X beats per min cardiac output
what is friction between blood and vessel walls influenced by vessel elasticity peripheral resistance
what are nerve endings that detect changes in blood pressure baroreceptors
where are baroreceptors found aorta, carotid, r.atrium
what is vessels carring blood from heart to lungs back to heart pulmonary circulation
what is out of left ventricular, throughout the body, back to the r. atrium systemic circulation
junction between pulmonary artery and aorta ductus arteriosus
what is junction b/w l and r atria, some blood bypasses lungs foramen ovale
what bypasses the liver ductus venosus
what is high o2 umbilical artery
what is low o2 umbilical vein
acculmulatioin of fatty materials beneth inner lining of arteies. plaque = deposit atherosclerosis
pain un the left arm from lack of oxygen to the myocardium angina
dead heart tissue from a heart attack myocardial infarction
high blood pressure hypertension
obstruction of a coronary artery is bypassed with a vein from the leg ot the sternum area coronary bypass
long thin tube with a small ballonon the end is indserted at the point of blocage angioplasty
biscuspid valvue is not in sync with the rest of the heart mitral valve prolapse
arteries in the brain become blocked stroke
abnormal sound durning heart beat, often from a valve disorder heart murmur
heart cant supply oxygen cuz one side fails. blood may build up in the lungs or body congestive heart failure
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