1. List and describe the layers of a generic blood vessels.
2. Compare and contrast an artery to a vein and an ateriole to a venule.
3. Compare and contrast a muscular artery to an elastic artery.
4. List the blood volumes in the blood vessels and organs mentioned in class.
5. State the pressure changes in the generic blood vessels.
6. Describe the need and mechanisms of blood return from the capillaries back to the heart.
7. Calculate the capillary exchange if given the proper vlaues of osmotic and hydrostatic pressures.
8. Compare and contrast capillary exchange in the generic and pulmonary circulation.
9. Outline the renin-angiotensin pathway.
10. List long term blood pressure control by natural and artificial means.
11. Describe the stages and types of shock.
12. List the modes of reducing blood loss in a patient.
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