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Instructions Assignment 4 A. Part A – Location of the Heart and Heart Valves Exercise 27 Activity 1 Surface Features of the Heart and Location (7 points total) Lab Activity 2 Insert a photo of the following marked on your shirt (use tape and labels or plastic instead of marking on your shirt). 1. The 4 corners of the heart (1 point each corner) and draw the outline of the heart (0.5 point). 2. The position of the heart valves (2 points). 3. Outline the aortic arch. (0.5 point) B. Part B. PowerPhys Experiment 4 – Effect of Exercise on Cardiac Output (13 points total) Complete the experiment and save the PDF lab report. Do not answer the questions in the PDF lab report. Use the data in the PDF lab report…show more content…
Resting and exercising systolic BP. (1.5 points) a. What was the average resting systolic BP? 122 mmHg b. What was the average exercising systolic BP? 146 mmHg c. The range of normal resting systolic BP for the subjects in this experiment is 115-125 mmHg. Did systolic BP increase, decrease, or not change with exercise? Increase 1. Resting and exercising diastolic BP. (1.5 points) d. What was the average resting diastolic BP? 82 mmHg e. What was the average exercising systolic BP? 82 mmHg f. The range of normal resting diastolic BP for these patients was 75-85 mmHg. Did diastolic BP increase, decrease, or not change with exercise? Not change Results: Effect of Exercise on MAP and SVR (3 points) 2. Resting and Exercising MAP (1.5 points) g. What was the average resting MAP? 95.3 mmHg h. What was the average exercising MAP? 103.3 mmHg i. The range of normal resting MAP for the subjects in this experiment is 88-98 mmHg. Did MAP increase, decrease, or not change with exercise? Increase 3. Resting and Exercising SVR (1.5 points) j. What was the average resting SVR? 17 mmHg-L-1-min k. What was the average exercising SVR? 6.7 mmHg-L-1-min l. The range of resting SVR for the subjects in this experiment is
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