If Cardiac Output (CO) falls 50%, BP will also fall 50% (because BP = CO * TPR). >> Reduced baroreceptor firing >> increased sympathetic activity. This results in which of the following:
(after a while, this is useless, but of benefit immediately)
Selective arteriolar vasoconstriction
Selective arteriolar vasodilation
ANF is a peptide hormone stored in atrial cells of the heart. It inhibits Na+ reabsorption in Kidney and promotes Na+ and H2O loss. This is a way that the RAAS thing works. ANF = ??
Atrial Naturetic Factor
Arterial Naturetic Factor
Atrial Natiuric Factor
Arterial Natiuric Factor
Which of the following are pathways by which the heart responds to reduced CO?
Hypertrophy of the heart
Systolic vs Diastolic heart failure. Which one has reduced ejection fraction?