5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- gastroenteric reflex
- pCO2 affect on pH
- brachiocephalic vein
- gastric chief cells produce ___ which is then converted to pepsin
- a clumping of cells due to introduction of an antibody
- b very large vein in the trunk formed by fusion fo the jugular and subclavian veins. It then emties into the Superior Venae Cavae.
- c pepsinogen
- d increased pCO2 causes decrease in pH
- e stimulates motility of small intestine to accelerate movement
5 Multiple choice questions
- pCO2 increase causes decrease in pH (acidosis) which decreases hemoglobin O2 sat
- increase in pH leads to increase in hemoglobin O2 sat
- the breakdown of glycogen stores for use when there is insufficient glucose (catabolic reaction)
- colloidal suspension of a liquid in another liquid
- blood components that carry cholesterol through the blood stream.
5 True/False questions
gasric phase of secretion → begins when you smell, think of or taste food. directed by CNS, prepares stomach to receive food. speeds up production of gastric juices.
bile → yellow or greenish liquid secreted by the liver that aids in absorption and digestion of lipids (fats)
which is an active process and which is passive inpiration/expiration? → inspiriation is active
expiration is passive
cardiac output → the volume ejected from the ventricle into the aorta each minute (HR x SV = CO)
thrombocytopenia → high blood platelet count