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Will A Fever Increase Cardiac Output
Increased pulse: When one has a fever, the body usually responds with vasodilatation (widening of blood vessels) to be nearer the outside of your body and let the heat dissipate. With widening of the vessels the heart must increase the pulse rate to maintain proper blood pressure. There is much more to this and an md can fill you in. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Cardiac output: Basically an increase in demand for oxygen by the body. This may be physiological (exercise) or pathological (sepsis - infection - fever) or increased metabolism (hyper active thyroid gland - hyperthyroidism) or abnormal conducts (shunting of blood). ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Natural: This is the normal pattern of the heart's output based upon the load conditions. The amount of blood filling the heart may vary mildly over time and combined with your level of activity and the force against your heart's ejection of blood (after load) the cardiac output may vary. Most important is that the output does not drop very low as in severe volume loss or weakness of the heart muscle. ...Read more
If cardiac output of 4 l/min is exercised maximally, and cardiac output increases to 8 l/min. What is the cardiac reserve?
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