The most recent recommendation from the National Academies of Science Institute of Medicine in which to maintain cardiovascular health at a maximal level, regardless of weight, adults and children should spend a total of at least ___ each day in moderately intense physical activity. a. 1 hour b. 45 minutes c. 30 minutes d. 20 minutes 11. Maximal heart rate can be estimated by subtracting the person's age (in years) from: a.
| | | |Name: Ebony Webb |Date: September 23, 2015 | Graded Assignment Evaluate Your Health Part 1: Read each statement in the table. If the statement is true for you, give yourself one point for that statement. Write in the total number of points for each area of your health: physical, mental and emotional, and social. Then highlight the lowest total. |Physical |Points |Mental and Emotional |Points |Social |Points | |Cardiovascular: I do |0 |Anxiety: I feel relaxed and |0 |Socializing: I socialize regularly |1 | |regular aerobic activity.
1. Blood pressure Sphygmomanometer 2. Cardiac output Doppler 3. Heart rate Echocardiogram Results Table 2: Effect of Exercise on Systolic and Diastolic Blood Pressure (SBP, SDP), Heart Rate (HR) and Stroke Volume (SV) Systolic BP (mmHg) 83 74 0.076 148 Resting Values Diastolic BP HR (beats/min) (mmHg) 73 0.075 0.075 146 150 82 82 146 SV (mL) 149 84 146 0.107 Systolic BP (mmHg) 80 147 0.106 148 Immediately After exercise Diastolic BP HR (beats/min) (mmHg) 146 0.106 0.109 125 124 83 82 146 SV (mL) 123 83 74 0.107 123 83 74 0.075 Laboratory Report/ Takila Martin/ Effect of Exercise on Arterial Pressure and Vascular Resistance/ Timothy Pearson/ 02.16.2015/ Page  of  Resting and Early Post-Exercise SBP and DBP 1. Resting and exercising systolic BP a.
￼￼￼￼￼ Next Question 1.A child who is 28 inches tall and weighs 25 pounds will receive one dose of cisplatin IV. The recommended dose is 37 to 75 mg/meter squared once every 2 to 3 weeks. The order reads cisplatin 18.5 mg IV at 1 mg/min today at 1500 hours. The safe dose range for this child is 1.-----. 2.The recommended dosage of Oncaspar is 2,500 units/meter squared/dose IV daily x 14 days for adults and children with a BSA greater than 0.6 meters squared.What dose of Oncaspar should be given to an adult patient with a BSA of 1.62 meters squared?
Day | Type | Session | Monday | Resistance TrainingAnaerobic System | 100m Hill Sprints 6 reps.Work-Rest ratio of 1:5-7 | Tuesday | Interval TrainingLactate System | 400m x 4-5 reps. 75s time at 85-95% of MHR work-rest ratio of 1:2 | Wednesday | | Rest day | Thursday | Fartlek- Speed PlayAnaerobic and Aerobic Training | Jog (70-85% of MHR) for 60s, sprint (95-100% of MHR) for 30s, jog for 30s, sprint for 60s. continue for 7-8 min | Friday | Continuous TrainingAerobic System | 25 minute run at 70-85% of MHR work-rest ratio of 1:1Skills Training | Saturday | Muscular EnduranceFlexibility Training | Low set x high reps. at 40% of 1 rep max. e.g. : (4 x 12-20 at 40kgs)Stretching Muscles 5-10s 3-4 reps.Skills Training | Sunday |
I then carried out an exercise where I walked up six flights of stairs and then returned back to the classroom. 5. After this I then measured my heart rate again for thirty seconds just after the exercise using a stop watch, when thirty seconds had passed I stopped measuring my heart rate and wrote it down and then multiplied it by two in order to get my heart rate in beats per minute. 6. I then measured my breathing rate by counting how many breaths I took in within thirty seconds just after the exercise, when thirty seconds had passed I stopped measuring my
Example: Cup 2 is made up of half stock solution and half tap water, which is a 50 percent relative salt concentration. m. What are the absolute salt concentrations of cups 1–4? (If you want to convert to metric units, 1 cup of salt is about 292 g, and 1 qt. of water is 0.946 liters [L].) Write these concentrations down in your lab notebook.
If the reaction is not spontaneous under standard conditions at 298K, at what temperature (if any) would the reaction become spontaneous? a) 2 PbS (s) + 3 O2 (g) → 2 PbO (s) + 2SO2 (g) ; ΔH° = -844 kJ; ΔS°= -165 J/K b) 2 POCl3 (g) → 2 PCl3 (g) + O2 (g) ; ΔH° = 572 kJ; ΔS°= 179 J/K 5. Consider the reaction H2 (g) + F2 (g) → 2 HF (g). a) Using data in your Appendix B, calculate ΔG° at 25°C b) Calculate ΔG at 298K if the reaction mixture consists of 8.0 bar of H2, 4.5 bar of F2 and 0.36 bar of HF. 6.
For instance, at the end of the first 20 yr interval, the amount of the isotope would decrease by 1/2 to 50 mg. The chart should be completed in this manner. time |0 yr |20 yr |40 yr |60 yr |80 yr |100 yr | |amount |100 mg |50 mg |25 mg |12.5 mg |6.25 mg |3.125 mg | | The finished chart may now be used to answer the question which was how much of the isotope will be left in exactly 100 yr. By looking at the time of 100 yr, we find that 3.125 mg of the isotope will
What is the heart rate when the status window reads Heart Rate Stable? 82 Activity 4: Effect of Pilocarpine 19. What was the effect of pilocarpine on heart rate? Decreased heart rate 20. What is the heart rate when the status window reads Heart Rate Stable?