5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Voluntary Muscle
- Venous circulations
- a Is a movement toward the midline (i.e. lower arms down to the side.)
- b Also known as shock. Is inadequate perfusion. Not enough circulation, not enough oxygen. Can lead to death
- c Protrusion on the side of the ankle. Lateral Malleolus is seen on the outer ankle(Fibula). Medial Malleolus is seen on the inner ankle(Tibia).
- d Muscle that can be consciously controlled. (i.e. pick something up)
- e veins rely on muscle movement for blood movement back to the heart.
5 Multiple choice questions
- A line drawn vertically from mid arm pit to the ankle. Divides the body into halves front and back
- A structure that opens and closes to permit the flow of a fluid in only one direction
- Fight or Flight. Heart rate increases, digestion decreases, blood pressure increase
- Muscle that responds automatically to brain signals, but cannot be consciously controlled. (i.e. digest food) They do not respond to stimuli like cold or heat
- A sitting position
5 True/False questions
Plasma → Reffering to the palm of the hand
Plantar → Reffering to the sole of the foot.
Spleen → The layer of tissue between the body and the external environment. Has serveral functions, including Protection, Water Balance, Temperature Regulation, Excretion and shock absorbtion. Has three layers.
Pulmonary Arteries → The vessels that carry oxygen poor blood from the right ventricle to the lungs
Proximal → The kneecap