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5 Matching questions

  1. Electrocardiogram
  2. An eating disorder characterized by refusal to maintain body weight of at leat 85% of expected weight; intense fear of gaining weight or becoming fat; body-image disturbances, including a disproportionate influence of body weight on self-evaluation; and, in women, the absence of at least three consecutive menstrual periods.
  3. Changes in observed cardiovascular variables that occur during prolonged, submaximal exercise without a change in workload.
  4. A naturally occurring amino acid formed within the body.
  5. A chronic inflammatory disorder of the airways that affects genetically susceptible individuals in response to various environmental triggers such as allergens, viral infection, exercise, cold, and stress.
  1. a ECG or EKG
  2. b Anorexia
  3. c β-alanine
  4. d Cardiovascular drift
  5. e Asthma

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. Axis of rotation
  2. Absorption
  3. Claudication
    (klaw-di-key-shuhn)
  4. Anterior
  5. Androstenedione
    (an-drə-stēn-dī-ōn, -stēn-dē-ōn)

5 True/False questions

  1. The smallest blood vessels that supply blood to the tissues, and the site of all gas and nutrient exchange in the cardiovascular system. They connect the arterial and venous systems.Dorsiflexion

          

  2. The pressure in the arteries during the relaxation phase (diastole) of the cardiac cycle; indicative of total peripheral resistance.Atherosclerotic heart disease

          

  3. The extent to which people stick to their plans or treatment recommendations. Exercise adherence is the extent to which people follow, or stick to, an exercise program.Adherence

          

  4. An eating disorder characterized by refusal to maintain body weight of at leat 85% of expected weight; intense fear of gaining weight or becoming fat; body-image disturbances, including a disproportionate influence of body weight on self-evaluation; and, in women, the absence of at least three consecutive menstrual periods.Anorexia nervosa

          

  5. The stage of the transtheoretical model of behavioural change during which the individual started a new behaviour less than six months ago.Action