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5 Matching questions

  1. Platelets
  2. Peripheral Pulses
  3. Torso
  4. Coronary Arteries
  5. Humerus
  1. a The trunk of the body without the head or extremities
  2. b The bone of the upper arm, between the shoulder and elbow.
  3. c Blood vessels that supply the muscle of the heart from the Aorta
  4. d Can be felt on the extremities of the Body. Radial, brachial, posterior tibial and dorsalis pedis pulses
  5. e Membrane-enclosed fragments of specialized cells. When activated, they release chemical factors needed to form blood clots.

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. 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
  2. The collarbone
  3. The major artery supplying the leg
  4. Farther away from the torso
  5. Away from the head (e.g. Lips are inferior to the nose) DOWN

5 True/False questions

  1. Normal Breathing RatesAdult: 12-20/minute Child: 15-30/minute Infant: 25-50/minute

          

  2. FemurThe lateral and smaller bone of the lower leg

          

  3. Endocrine SystemProduces chemicals called hormones which help to regulate body activity and functions.

          

  4. Nervous SystemThe system of brain, spinal cord, and nerves that govern sensation, movemnet and thought. Controls voluntary and involuntary activity.

          

  5. ProximalReffering to the back of the body or hand. A synonym for Posterior

          

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