5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- myocardial infarction
- Universal Donor
- NYHA Class IV
- a 60% to 70% 3000 to 7000; The most abundant type of white blood cell. They are phagocytic and tend to self-destruct as they destroy foreign invaders, limiting their life span to a few days.
- b Severe: Patient unable to perform any physical activity without disconfort, angina or symptoms of cardiac inefficiency may develop at rest. Physical activity increases disconfort
- c the two atria contract while the two ventricles relax. When the ventricles contract, the two atria relax. The phase of relaxation is called :
- d is an occlusion of a major coronary artery or one of its branches with subsequent necrosis of myocardium caused by atherosclerosis or an embolus.
- e Type O
5 Multiple choice questions
- 1-9 minutes Amount of time for a small stab wound to stop bleeding, prolonged in hemorragic disease or with coagulation factor defect
- Used to eliminate varicose veins
- chest pain, which may radiate to the left arm and jaw, that occurs when there is an insufficient supply of blood to the heart muscle
- 45%: blood is slightly alkaline with a pH of 7.35 to 7.45, sodium chloride concentration of 0.9%
- a test that determines the amount of each of the five types of WBCs; detects infection or inflammation, monitors blood disorders and the effects of chemotherapy, and detects allergic reactions and parasitic infections
5 True/False questions
Stool Softener → Given to patients with a myocardial infarction
Universal Recipient → Type AB
occlusion → an obstruction or closing off in a canal, vesel, or passage of the body
Prothrombin Time (Pt) → 11-12.5 seconds Rapidity of blood clotting; Detects plasma clotting defects, screens for coagulation, and monitors warfarin (Coumadin) therapy; possible critical values greater than 20 seconds
Cardiogenic Shock → Referred to as pump failure, is an acute and serious complication of MI and heart failure. Characterized by low cardiac output and peripheral vascular system collapse. Left ventricular funciton is severely decreased, resulting in an inadequate blood supply to hte vital organs.