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art anatomy

arterial hemodynamics

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The hightest pressure in the arterial system? left ventricle and thoracic aorta
Friction is related to what part of the vessel? the diameter or radius of the vessel
Viscosity of blood is directly related to __ and inversely proportional to ___ ? hematocrit; temperature
Turbulence occurs when Reynolds number reaches what value? 2000
Turbulence depends on? density of fluid; viscosity; diameter of vessel
E= I x R is called _____ and an analogy to ____ Ohm's Law; Poiseuille's Law
this principle can be derived from the principle of conservation of energy Bernoulli's
For each 12in below the heart, there is ___ hydostatic pressure? 22mmHg
Tiny blood vessels that supply the artery Vasa Vasorum
What part of the artery comes into contact with blood? Endothelium
Created by: amandarose01