7 Written Questions
6 Multiple Choice Questions
- Inner endothelium Middle smooth muscle layer - thinner in veins than arteries Outer connective tissue - thicker in veins than arteries.
- Measured with a sphygmomanometer (and a stethoscope).
- Arterioles are smaller arteries that regulate blood pressure.
- Form beds of vessels where exchange with body cells occurs. Combined large surface area.
- 1. Skeletal muscle contraction 2. Breathing 3. Valves
- A build up of plaque (cholesterol, platelets) in blood vessels. Associated with a stroke, heart attack, and aneurysm.
6 True/False Questions
What is a stroke and its symptoms? → are small veins that receive deoxygenated blood from the capillaries.
Systole → Pumping phase.
Pulmonary and Systemic Circuits of blood flow. → The right side of the heart that brings blood from the body to the heart and lungs. The left side of the heart that brings blood to the rest of the body.
Where is blood "refreshed"? → Measured with a sphygmomanometer (and a stethoscope).
How does the lymphatic system operate with the cardiovascular system? → Lymphatic vessels help this system by collecting excess fluid surrounding tissues and returning it to the cardiovascular system.
Diastole → Pumping phase.