5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- human blood
- blue baby
- a Means the septum has a hole in it and the oxygenated blood is mixing with the deoxygenated blood
- b The thick muscular wall that separates the left side of the heart from the right side. The septum prevents oxygen rich and oxygen poor blood from mixing in the heart.
- c average adult has 5L of blood, has two parts which are the plasma and cells
- d an anti-clogging drug used for low-risk patients & stronger drugs for higher risk patients
- e are cell fragments that play an important role in forming blood clots, when the blood vessel is cut platelets collect and stick to the vessel at the side of the wound.
5 Multiple choice questions
- a vein graft is used to shunt the blood supply around the blocked area in a coronary artery - long recovery time
- small metallic, mesh, cylinder that is inserted into the blocked artery. It remains in place, preventing the artery from closing again
- walls of the arteries thicken. harden & lose their elasticity
- Swollen, distended, and knotted veins which usually occur in the lower leg(s). The result from a stagnated or sluggish flow of blood in combination with defective valves and weakened walls of the veins
- tubes that carry blood as it circulates. Arteries bring oxygenated blood from the heart and lungs; veins return oxygen-depleted blood back to the heart and lungs
5 True/False questions
angioplasty → while the catheter is in place a small balloon is threaded through the blockage, it is inflated, and opens the artery
electrocardiogram → a graphical recording of the cardiac cycle produced by an electrocardiograph
cardiac system → A system that is entirely self-contained and does not respond to changes in the environment.
cardiac catherization → the insertion of a catheter into the coronary artery through an incision in an artery in the groin. A dye is injected that will be seen on X-ray images to determine blockages
arteries → small vessels that receive blood from the arteries