Arterial blood pressure.
Increased vagal activity
Beta-adrenergic receptor blockers.
Increased end-diastolic volume
Standing up from the recumbent position.
Is the combined blood volumes pumped by both ventricles /beat
Increases when there is overstretch of the ventricle.
Matches the venous return in a normal heart.
Is determined by the end-systolic pressure x heart rate.
Cardiac output and body surface area.
Cardiac output and body weight.
Cardiac output and work of the heart.
Stroke volume and body height.
Is increased when the heart rate increases.
Is reflexly reduced on exposure to a high temperature.
Is about 11% of maximum when the subject is at rest.
Does not change with age or sex.
The pressure gradient.
Skeletal muscle contraction
Arteriolar V. D.
Increased heart and respiratory rates.
Increases in volume.
Decreases in volume
Shows pulsus alternans.
None of the above.