Cardiopulmonary Anatomy & Physiolo...

7th Edition
Des Jardins + 1 other
ISBN: 9781337794909



Cardiopulmonary Anatomy & Physiolo...

7th Edition
Des Jardins + 1 other
ISBN: 9781337794909
Textbook Problem

Directions: On the line next to the hemodynamic parameters in Column A. match the normal range from Column B. Items in Column B may be used once, more than once, or not at all.

Hemodynamic Parameters Normal Range

__________ Central venous pressure

a. 4-8 L/min

b. 800-1500 dynes XsecX

c. 60-130 mL

d. 2-8 mm Hg

e. 20-120 dynes Xsec X cm

f. 9-18 mm Hg

g. 30-65 mL/beat/m2

h. 80 mm Hg

i. 2.5-4.2 L/min/m2

j. 4-12 mm Hg

k. 40-60 g m/m2

l. 7-12 g m/m2

Summary Introduction

To review:

Match the hemodynamic parameter, that is, the central venous pressure with the most closely related normal range from the options given below.

a) 4-8 L/min

b) 800-1500 dynes × sec × cm-5

c) 60-130 mL

d) 2-8 mm Hg

e) 20-120 dynes × sec × cm-5

f) 9-18 mm Hg

g) 30-65 mL/beat/m2

h) 80 mm Hg

i) 2.5-4.2 L/min/m2

j) 4-12 mm Hg

k) 40-60 g m/m2

l) 7-12 g m/m2


Central venous pressure (CVP) is also known as the right atrial pressure (RAP). CVP accounts for the amount of blood coming back to the heart and its ability to pump back the same blood into the arterial system. An increase in CVP is an indication of the increased heart rate and a decrease in CVP is an indication of the decreased heart rate.


The normal range of the central venous pressure is 2-8 mm Hg. Increase in central venous pressure is due to straining, heart failure, stenosis, and positive pressure breathing...

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