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Cardiovascular: Cardiac Output

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Join us in this video where we discuss cardiac output. We go into great detail on how cardiac output is dependent upon stroke volume and heart rate, along with applying that to Frank Starling’s law of the heart.

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Charles Boyce says:

thanks so much for this video, really cleared things up for me. I'm confused though how high levels of Na+ and high levels of H+ are inhibitors of contractility?

Angelica Noa says:

Thank you! Your videos are so helpful! It's like magic "tadaaaaa, i get it!". Keep it up! You are my go-to channel from now on. Thanks!

Subramanian Narayanan says:

Sir can you tell me about nucleus solitaruis

Vilash Raj says:

Hahaha….. Respiratory "bump"…. But sir, you r better than our professors…… I am getting a lot of help by your videos….. You make everything easy n understandable….. Love and best wishes from India 🇮🇳 🙏


They are too be expressed in words..keep it up and keep helping us like this way…thanks bro

Subramanian Narayanan says:

can you tell me pneumotaxic center consists of which nucleus

Subramanian Narayanan says:

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Faris A says:

this video is a hidden gem

I Sanchez says:

Bro, thanks a million man. I am studying for my echo registry and you broke down preload, contractility and after load so i actually understood it. Thanks again!!

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