5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Cardiac Output
- Digestive System organs
- Cell Membrane
- Hydrostatic Pressure
- a pressure within a blood vessel that tends to push water out of cell.
- b fight infection
- c amount of blood ejected from the heart in one minute. (HR x SV)
- d protects and selectively allows water and other substances into and out of cell.
- e esophagus
5 Multiple choice questions
- Relax or dilate blood vessels
- Glucose metabolized into energy without oxygen. Inefficient amount with many waste products (CO2 and lactic acid) makes blood more acidic.
- the amount of blood ejected from the heart in one contraction
- occurs with the air that reaches alveoli
5 True/False questions
Disruption of Pressure → hole - pressures can be disrupted impairing minute volume
bleeding - force collapse wall.
Permeability → ability to effectively transfer fluids .
Platelets → open and clear, no obstruction, free from obstruction in airway.
Tidal Volume → volume of air moved in one cycle of breathing
hypoxia → low oxygen levels