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 Flow = ? P change / R P change = ? Arterial pressure - venous pressure decreased resistance affects flow how? increases flow causes of turbulent flow high velocity, sharp turns, quick decrease in vessel size, rough walls laminar flow is only possible with what kind of fluid "ideal fluid" or Newtonian fluid reynolds number Re = density * velocity * length / viscosity what is magic Reynolds number? 3200 How would you describe flow if Reynolds number is 2000? 5000? 2000: laminar 5000: turbulent 1mmHg = ? mmH2O 13.6 types of noninvasive flow meters electromagnetic U/S doppler Resistance = ? P change / Flow What is peripheral resistance unit? (PRU) 1 mmHg at 1 ml/sec flow rate what is flow rate from fron to back CO [l/min] CGS units dynes * sec / cm^5 Series resistances add how? R1 + R2 + R3 + ....=R Parallel resistances add how? 1/R1 + 1/R2 + 1/R3 + ....=1/R Poiseulle's law Q = Pi*P change * r^4 / 8nl conductance = ? 1 / resistance How does HCT affect viscosity? increases viscosity diff b/w distensibility and compliance? eg, arteries are more compliant veins are more distensible diff b/w compliance and capacitance? eg: veins have more capacitance arteries are more compliant compliance formua? C = volume change / pressure change Increased stroke volume's effect on pulse pressure. increased pulse pressure relative pulse pressure with arteriosclerosis increased b/c of decreased compliance w/ age, how would expect pulse pressure and avg pressure to change? increased pulse pressure increased avg pressure compliance = distensibility * what? volume compliance = capacitance * what? volume distensibility and capacitance are interchangeable what is the central venous pressure? pressure in the right Atrium factors that increase RAP (right arterial pressure) incr blood vol incr venous tone dilation of arterioles decr cardiac function A capillary is composed of a unicellular layer of of endolium surrounded by a ________. basement membrane how does solute and water move acros the capillary wall intracellular cleft or plasmalemma vesicles what types of substances can diffuse directly thru cell membrane of capillaries? lipid soluble substances solid structures in the interstitium collagen and proteoglycan what is Donnan equilibrim effect? when there is charged attraction caused by proteins (need to reword) What is the Net filtration pressure (NP) of capillary NP = P_c - Pi_c - P_if + Pi_if