Blood flow High blood pressure results from constriction of the arteries. To maintain a normal flow rate (flux), the heart has to pump harder, thus increasing the blood pressure. Use Poiseuilles Law to show that if R0 and P0 are normal values of the radius and pressure in an artery and the constricted values are R and P, then for the flux to remain constant, P and R are related by the equation P P0 S R0 R D 4 Deduce that if the radius of an artery is reduced to three

Emilly LaFleur Spring Semester 2016: Important dates January Apr 14th NFS Exam 3 Jan 27th PSYS Quiz 1 Apr 15th ANTH Quiz 5 February Apr 21st NFS Dietary...