5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- Cardiac Catheterization
- Risk of thrombus
- It would be easier if you looked at it yourself
- amount of O2 consumed per kilogram of body weight per minute to perform an activity
- bone marrow failure, radiation, collagen vascular disease, disease of the liver or spleen
- a Cardiac Rehab?
- b What does high hematocrit result in?
- c This is when coronary arteries are injected with contrast dye. It evaluates narrowing or occlusions of arteries.
- d What is a MET
- e What can a low WBC count indicate
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- How do you get your max heart rate
- What does CABG stand for
- This is a portion of blood volume occupied by RBCs. It can identify abnormal states of hydration, polycythemia and anemia.
- This is when a catheter is inserted into the femoral artery and a balloon is inflated to clear plaque
- How do you get target heart rate
5 True/False Questions
Anemia or recent hemorrhage → Low hemoglobin may indicate what
CABG → How do you get your max heart rate
Electrocardiogram → This is when surface electrodes record electrical activity of the heart. It assesses cardiac rhythm, diagnose location, extent, and acuteness of myocardial ischemia and infarction.
Prothrombin time and partial thromboplastin time → This is used to monitor oral anticoagulant therapy or to screen for selected bleeding disorders. It assesses how long it takes for blood to clot. Both of these test are usually done at the same time.
Complete Blood Count → This tests how many blood cells are in the blood. It is important for coagulation, hemeostasis