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.
CBC- may show elevated WBC count * 4. Test after the acute stage- Exercise tolerance test, thallium scans, cardiac catheterization Nursing Interventions 1. Provide Oxygen at 2 lpm, Semi-fowler’s 2. Administer medications * Morphine to relieve pain * nitrates, thrombolytics, aspirin and anticoagulants * Stool softener and hypolipidemics 3. Minimize patient anxiety * Provide information as to procedures and drug therapy 4.
Finally I will determine which of these three times intervals account for the exercise induced changes in the R-R interval. During the normal cardiac cycle, there is a sequential contraction of the atria and the ventricles, followed by a period of relaxation as the heart fills with blood. Since these sequential contraction are initiated by an action potential, the action potential must first take place in all atria fibers, and then in all ventricular fibers. This synchronous electrical activity in so many cardiac muscle cells produces currents that can be monitored with electrodes placed on the skin; the resulting recording is called electrocardiogram, or ECG. The human ECG consists of five waves, which are expressed as the P-Wave, the QRS complex, and the T-Wave.
By blocking beta receptors, the heart rate will be slowed and reduces demand for oxygen and contractility. By slowing the heart rate, diastole will increase and the time of coronary blood flow will increase. With a decreased heart rate and contractility, the amount of work the heart has will also decrease. Calcium channel blockers are used to treat
Could Exercise Really Play a Role in Your Health? Blood Pressure Could Exercise Really Play a Role in Your Health? Blood Pressure Introduction Blood pressure (BP) is defined “as the pressure the blood exerts against any unit area of the blood vessel walls, and it is generally measured in the arteries. Because the heart alternately contracts and relaxes, the resulting rhythmic flow of blood into the arteries causes the blood pressure to rise and fall during each beat. Thus you must take two blood pressure readings: the systolic pressure, which is the pressure in the arteries at the peak of ventricular ejection, and the diastolic pressure, which reflects the pressure during ventricular relaxation.
Introduction: The purpose of this lab is to identify the significant differences between heart rates and blood pressures based on an individual’s sex, lifestyle and physical activity during a given period of time. Hypothesis: In response to the different levels of activity I feel the more active a person is their pulse and BP will increase. I also feel that based on their lifestyles, someone with a more active or athletic lifestyle would have a less significant change in their vitals as opposed to someone who is less active and even more so with a smoker. Materials: Blood pressure cuffs, stethoscopes, the BP pulse and MAP chart provided, 4 individuals that fit the specified profiles, timer/clock/stopwatch. Procedure: To obtain comparable
True b. False 8. In resistance training, the term used for the test of the amount of weight you can lift only once is a. overload principle b. maximal oxygen uptake c. repetition maximum d. specific intensity 9. As a caution before you begin an exercise program, you should: a. wear a heart rate monitor b. take out extra health insurance c. get a spotter to help you train with heavy weights d. complete a medical history questionnaire to identify any problems 10. 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.
For every ATP that is broken down, it moves 3 sodium ions out and then 2 potassium ions in. This is an example of how energy is used within our bodies. Metabolic processes require energy such as the heart beating, the brain, liver and kidneys. Chemical energy from oxygen and food are converted into useable chemical energy and is converted into heat and work. (401
Explain. It uses 3D and 2D images to view the heart as well as an Electrocardiogram to view the activity rhythm/cycle of the heart. Results Table 2: Resting and Exercising Cardiac Cycle Length, EDV, and ESV Subject 1 Subject 2 Subject 3 Averages Cardiac cycle length (msec)