Rapid ventricular ejection

- Ventricular pressure reaches its maximum value.

- When ventricular pressure becomes greater than aortic pressure, the aortic valve opens.

- Rapid ejection of blood into the aorta occurs because of the pressure gradient between the ventricle and the aorta.

- Ventricular volume decreases dramatically because most of the stroke volume is ejected during this phase.

- Atrial filling begins.

- The onset of the T wave, which represents repolarization of the ventricles, marks the end of both ventricular contraction and rapid ventricular ejection.

Was this article helpful?

0 0
Conquering Fear In The 21th Century

Conquering Fear In The 21th Century

The Ultimate Guide To Overcoming Fear And Getting Breakthroughs. Fear is without doubt among the strongest and most influential emotional responses we have, and it may act as both a protective and destructive force depending upon the situation.

Get My Free Ebook

Post a comment