5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Peripheral Pulses
- Coronary Arteries
- a The trunk of the body without the head or extremities
- b The bone of the upper arm, between the shoulder and elbow.
- c Blood vessels that supply the muscle of the heart from the Aorta
- d Can be felt on the extremities of the Body. Radial, brachial, posterior tibial and dorsalis pedis pulses
- e Membrane-enclosed fragments of specialized cells. When activated, they release chemical factors needed to form blood clots.
5 Multiple choice questions
- Recieves food from the stomach and continues to break it down for absorbtion. Nutrients are absorbed by the body through the wall of hte small intestine. I broken down to three parts 1) Duodenum 2) Jejunum 3) Ileum
- The collarbone
- The major artery supplying the leg
- Farther away from the torso
- Away from the head (e.g. Lips are inferior to the nose) DOWN
5 True/False questions
Normal Breathing Rates → Adult: 12-20/minute Child: 15-30/minute Infant: 25-50/minute
Femur → The lateral and smaller bone of the lower leg
Endocrine System → Produces chemicals called hormones which help to regulate body activity and functions.
Nervous System → The system of brain, spinal cord, and nerves that govern sensation, movemnet and thought. Controls voluntary and involuntary activity.
Proximal → Reffering to the back of the body or hand. A synonym for Posterior