Why might blood pressure fall in situations where there is sudden vasodilation, extensive damage...

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Why might blood pressure fall in situations where there is sudden vasodilation, extensive damage to the myocardium which affects it as a pump and loss of considerate blood volume?

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Vasodilation means that the diameter of the blood vessels increases. When the same amount of blood has to occupy a larger space and is under the same...

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Total Peripheral Resistance & Blood Flow Regulation

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Chapter 23 / Lesson 6
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