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Textbook Problem

Case 1

As the preload decreases, the cardiac output _____________________.

Summary Introduction

To review:

The blank in the statement, “As the preload decreases, the cardiac output _____.”

Introduction:

The transmural pressure is related to the preload. The decreased preload may cause a negative transmural pressure. The transmural pressure is defined as the difference between the intraluminal pressure of a vessel and the surrounding vessel.

Explanation

Given information:

Please refer to Clinical Case application-1.

Stroke volume multiplied by the heart rate gives the cardiac output. The stroke volume depends on ventricular preload, afterload, and myocardial contractility...

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