The hormone that increases the rate of heartbeat and blood pressure after shock in a person is: (A) Throxin (B) Adrenalin (C) Pancreatin (D) Gastrin

Adrenaline

This hormone is secreted by the adrenal glands in the centre of medulla. The main function of adrenaline is to produce contraction of spleen so as to store the blood, increase heart beat and sweating, reducing the blood clotting period, and pupillary dilation. Hence, adrenaline is the hormone that increases the rate of heartbeat and blood pressure after shock in a person So, the correct option is (B)

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