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Epinephrine and norepinephrine
1. BP increases 2. CO (HR and contractility) increases and 3. peripheral resistance (vasoconstriction) increases. 4. (Site of action is the Heart (B1` receptors) and the Arterioles (a-receptors)
Angiotension II
1. BP increases 2. peripheral resistance (vasoconstriction) increases. 3 Takes place in the Arterioles
Atrial natriuretic peptide (ANP)
1. BP decreases 2. peripheral resistance (vasoconstriction) decreases. 3. Takes place in the Arterioles
Antidieuretic Hormone (ADH)
1. BP increases 2. peripheral resistance (vasoconstriction) 3. Blood volume increases as waterloss is decreased 4. This takes place in the Arterioles and the Kidney Tubule cells.
Cortisol
1. Increases BP 2. Increases blood volume as water and salt loss is decreased 3. Takes place in the Kidney Tubule cells.
Epinephrine and norepinephrine
1. BP increases 2. CO (HR and contractility) increases and 3. peripheral resistance (vasoconstriction) increases. 4. (Site of action is the Heart (B1` receptors) and the Arterioles (a-receptors)
Angiotension II
1. BP increases 2. peripheral resistance (vasoconstriction) increases. 3 Takes place in the Arterioles
Atrial natriuretic peptide (ANP)
1. BP decreases 2. peripheral resistance (vasoconstriction) decreases. 3. Takes place in the Arterioles
Antidieuretic Hormone (ADH)
1. BP increases 2. peripheral resistance (vasoconstriction) 3. Blood volume increases as waterloss is decreased 4. This takes place in the Arterioles and the Kidney Tubule cells.
Cortisol
1. Increases BP 2. Increases blood volume as water and salt loss is decreased 3. Takes place in the Kidney Tubule cells.