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Suppose you measure a standing person’s blood pressure by

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Problem 33PE

Problem 33PE

Suppose you measure a standing person’s blood pressure by placing the cuff on his leg 0.500 m below the heart. Calculate the pressure you would observe (in units of mm Hg) if the pressure at the heart were 120 over 80 mm Hg. Assume that there is no loss of pressure due to resistance in the circulatory system (a reasonable assumption, since major arteries are large).

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We have to calculate the blood pressure in a person’s legs at a position 0.5m below the heart. The blood pressure at the heart is 120/80 mmHg. As the blood flow down the body through the arteries, the blood pressure increases because of increase in height.

 is the height

 is the density of blood.

 is acceleration due to gravity.

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Textbook: College Physics
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Author: Paul Peter Urone, Roger Hinrichs
ISBN: 9781938168000

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