5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Pulmonary Semilunar Valve
- Ectopic focus
- Beta-adrenergic blocking agents
- Extrinsic regulation
- Superior Vena Cava
- a Vein that returns blood from the head and neck, upper limbs, and thorax to the right atrium.
- b is any part of the heart other than the SA node that generates a heartbeat.
- c involves neural and hormonal control.
- d is located in the Pulmonary Trunk.
- e reduce the rate and strength of cardiac muscle contractions, reducing the heart's demand for oxygen.
5 Multiple choice questions
- Causes dilation of all the veins and arteries, including coronary arteries, without an increase in heart rate or stroke.
- carries blood to the lungs and returns it to the left side of the heart.
- An opening between the right and left atria in the embryo and the fetus.
- is a surgical procedure in which the heart of a recently decreased donor is transplanted to the recipient, and the recipient's diseased heart is removed.
- is a process whereby a surgeon threads a small balloon, usually into the femoral artery, through the aorta, and into a coronary artery. After entering the partially occluded coronary artery, the balloon is inflated, flattening the atherosclerotic deposits against the vessel walls and opening the occluded blood vessel.
5 True/False questions
Cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) → carries blood to the lungs and returns it to the left side of the heart.
Endocarditis → is an artery that exits the heart, carries blood from the left ventricle to the body
15) Visceral Pericardium → ( epicardium) the part covering the heart surface.
Crista Terminalis → flaplike, are extensions of the atria that can be seen anteriorly between each atrium and ventricle
Atrioventricular (AV) node → a perpendicular line that extends down from the middle of the clavicle.