5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Name the major arteries in the upper limb and head and face.
- Why is aspirin given to individuals who have had a stroke or heart attack?
- Name the 5 types of white blood cells.
- Red blood cells live for how long?
- What is Fibrin?
- a 1) Neutrophils (the most common are phagocytic; 55% - 70% of total white blood count). They seek out bacteria and ingest and kill them. They are near sites of injury2) Eosinophils (2-5% of total blood count). They attack parasites and are responsible for allergic response within the blood.3) Basophils (less than 1% of total wbc count) secrete anti-coagulant and antibodies. 4) Monocytes (5%-8% in total wbc count) are the largest of the wbc and they act as macrophages and remove foreign particles; play a key role in immunity. 5) Lymphocytes role in recognizing self and nonself, they can only recognize certain antigens.
- b The clotting mechanism.
- c 120 days about.
- d Because aspirin, given in small doses, inhibits some of the platelet functions, like clotting formation.
- e Brachial artery in the upper limg and vertebral artery and carotid artery in the head and face.
5 Multiple choice questions
- 1- Largest is arteries
2- Arterioles (smallest artery)
3-Capillaries (from the arterioles)
4- Venules (capillaries join to form venules) which begin the process of returning blood to the heard.
5- Veins (venules join to form veins), the larger blood vessels which complete the return of blood from capillaries to the heart.
- Neural and Endocrine
- A few days to a couple of months.
- In the bone marrow, according to the needs of the body.
5 True/False questions
What are venules? → Small veins; blood vessel that drain blood directly from the capillary bed.
How is the blood supplied to the heart? → By the coronary arteries.
Blood contributes 8% of the body weight. True or False → True.
What are erythrocytes? → Red blood cells that carry the oxygen-carrying protein pigment hemoglobin in the circulation.
What are capillaries? → Where all of the important exchanges happen in the circulatory system. They are a single cell to aid fast and easy diffusion of gases.