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Department
Biomedical Physio & Kines
Course
BPK 142
Professor
Craig Asmundson
Semester
Fall

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Kin 142 Final Review1If blood pressure was measured at the level of the subjects calf rather than at the level of the upper arm would you expect the systolic and diastolic pressure readings to be differentPressure readings would be different as there is more peripheral resistance at the leg due to the longer length of the vessels and more blood in the vascular blood there They should not be very much different howeverResidual volumevolume of gas remaining in the lungs at the end of a maximal expirationPartial pressurepressure of a given gas in a gas mixture or liquidTidal volumedepth of breathing either inspired or expiredFunctional residual capacityFRCvolume of gas remaining in the lungs at the resting expiratory level expiratory reserve volume plus residual volumeStroke volumeamount of blood pumped by a ventricle per minuteP waveatrial depolarization at the beginning of atrial contractionExpiratory reserve volumemaximal volume of gas expired further after resting after the end of a normal expirationDiastolerelaxation phase of the cardiac cycle with no electrical or mechanical activity bottom number in blood pressurePolarizationexcitation of a nerve fibreDirect light reflexpupil of the eye has light shone directly onto itConsensual light reflexthe pupil of the other eye also constricts during direct light
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