5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- During pregnancy, what happens to the oxygenated blood returned from the placenta via the umbilical vein?
- The condition in which the number of red blood cells increases beyond normal and thus increases blood viscosity is called
- Blood flow from the heart through blood vessels to all parts of the body and back to the heart is called
- The normal ECG is composed of the following except
- The normal cardiac impulse that initiates mechanical contraction of the heart arises in the
- a polycythemia.
- b systemic circulation.
- c It flows into the inferior vena cava.
- d SA node.
- e E wave.
5 Multiple choice questions
- superior and inferior venae cavae
- stroke volume and heart rate.
5 True/False questions
The outer layer of the pericardium is called the → parietal pericardium.
A graphic record of the heart's electrical activity is a(n) → parietal pericardium.
The heart has its own special covering, a lining of two layers of fibrous tissue called the → parietal pericardium.
Structures that separate the chambers and permit the flow of blood in one direction only are called → tunica adventitia.
The aorta carries blood out of which chamber? → E wave.