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Match the stages of the Frank Starling model

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Increased end diastolic volume

Increased end diastolic volume

Complete over stretch

Complete over stretch

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No more cross bridges form and contractile force decreases rapidly

Chambers are more difficult to empty

Increased contractile strength of ventricles and increased stroke volume.

Sarcomeres reach optimal length and increased sensitivity to Ca2+ giving a stronger contraction


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