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5 Matching Questions

  1. Training Effect
  2. Drawdown Effect
  3. Postural Hypotension
  4. Afterload
  5. Apnea
  1. a Absence of breathing
  2. b Sudden but temporary drop in blood pressure when rising from a reclining or seated position
  3. c Cooling of the ear when it comes in contact with a thermometer probe
  4. d Force against which the heart pumps when ejecting blood (is the pressure or resistance against flow)
  5. e Heart rate and consequently pulse rate become consistently lower than average with regular exercise (improvement increased in exercise)

5 Multiple Choice Questions

  1. High Blood Pressure
  2. Scale that uses 32°F as the temperature at which water freezes and 212°F as the point in which it boils
  3. Sudden but temporary drop in blood pressure when rising from a reclining or seated position
  4. Excessively high core temperature
  5. Quality of the pulsations that are felt ( Strength of the beat; can be weak: thready to full: bounding)

5 True/False Questions

  1. HypothalamusTemperature-Regulating structure in the brain

          

  2. Cardiac OutputVolume of blood ejected from the left ventricle per minute ( heart rate x stroke volume, CO = HR (beats/minute) X SV (liters/beat) - Normal adult: 4-8 liters/minute)

          

  3. Blood PressurePressure in the arterial system when heart contracts (first sound heard when taking blood pressure, measure of pressure caused when ventricles contract and blood is pushed out of heart)

          

  4. Vital SignsHarsh, highly-pitched sound heard on inspiration when there is laryngeal obstruction (a high-pitched crowing sound that occurs with an obstruction in the upper airway (trachea or larynx)

          

  5. FeverEar Wax

          

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