5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- Fluid Loss Disruption of Fluid Balance
- Sodium Potassium Pump
- Blood Vessel Hypertension
- Respiratory Pathway
- a 1) mouth/nose
8) alveolar sac
9) capillaries (oxygen and carbon dioxide)
- b moves ions back and forth across cell membrane - needs ATP to work.
depolarization responsible for contraction.
- c pressure inside vessels the heart pumps against. Systemic vascular resistance. drugs, smoking, genetics. causes heart disease and stroke!
- d dehydration - decrease in total amount of water in body.
- e a substance that when dissolved in water separates into charged particles. helps with nerve transmission and cardiac muscle depolarization.
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- minute volume problem
Cardiac Output problem
- fight infection
- simple sugar converted from foods to energy or ATP
- deliver Oxygen and nutrients to cells and remove waste.
5 True/False Questions
Parasympathetic heart → decrease heart rate and decrease contraction
hyper-hydration → too much water - decrease cell function
Parasympathetic → Relax or dilate blood vessels
Systemic Vascular Resistance (SVR) → air that occupies the space between the mouth and alveoli , but does not actually reach the area of gas exchange (~150 mL)
too many hormones → oxygenated blood from lungs to heart