Essentials of Anatomy and Physiology Global
Quiz 13: The Cardiovascular System: Blood Vessels and Circulation
The force that tends to reabsorb or pull water back into a capillary is called ________ pressure. A)capillary hydrostatic B)blood osmotic C)arterial D)venous E)pulse
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The difference between the systolic and diastolic pressures is the A)capillary pressure. B)pulse pressure. C)arterial pressure. D)venous pressure. E)hydrostatic pressure.
________ tend to diffuse across the capillary lining, driven by their individual concentration gradients. A)Plasma proteins B)Red blood cells C)White blood cells D)Platelets E)Solute molecules
The force that pushes fluid out of the capillaries is called A)capillary hydrostatic pressure. B)osmotic pressure. C)systolic pressure. D)diastolic pressure. E)pressure gradient.
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