Answer to Question #58397 in Human Anatomy and Physiology for sue
a. Increase cardiac contractility
b. Increase heart rate
c. Increase in vasoconstriction (and peripheral resistance)
d. Decrease in kidney filtration rate
e. All the above occur at about the same rate
Short-term adjustments to blood pressure are made by sympathetic nervous system (its actions increase cardiac contractility, heart rate and peripheral resistance) and renin–angiotensin-aldosterone system (RAAS), which is activated by decreasing in kidney filtration rate.
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