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anonymous

  • one year ago

what is the amount of pressure that presses against the arteries when blood is being pumped to the body?

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  1. anonymous
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    It's called blood pressure, systolic and diastolic

  2. anonymous
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    thank u

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    No problem

  4. anonymous
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    @tuta You need to look up the differences between the two types of blood pressure, well maybe. Depends on how in depth your class is going. They may want to know exactly which pressure is the one when blood is being pumped out of the heart.

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