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What is the relationship between cardiac output and blood pressure?

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Dr. Calvin Weisberger
Internal Medicine - Cardiology

In brief: Resistance

For fixed cardiac output, BP will vary with peripheral vascular resistance, and vice versa.
The components are more complicated however.

In brief: Resistance

For fixed cardiac output, BP will vary with peripheral vascular resistance, and vice versa.
The components are more complicated however.
Dr. Calvin Weisberger
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Dr. Francis Uricchio
Internal Medicine - Cardiology

In brief: Mathematical

There is a standard equation which relates cardiac output to blood pressure and vascular resistance.
The lesion is q = (map – rap)/tpr where q = cardiac output, MAP = mean arterial pressure, RAP = right atrial pressure, and tpr = total peripheral resistance (also called systemic vascular resistance).

In brief: Mathematical

There is a standard equation which relates cardiac output to blood pressure and vascular resistance.
The lesion is q = (map – rap)/tpr where q = cardiac output, MAP = mean arterial pressure, RAP = right atrial pressure, and tpr = total peripheral resistance (also called systemic vascular resistance).
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