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5 Matching questions

  1. Hemoglobin
  2. Weakness, chills, dyspnea
  3. Exercise stress test
  4. Cardiac Artery Bypass Graft
  5. Hematocrit
  1. a What does low hematocrit result in?
  2. b This is the iron containing, oxygen carrying part of RBCs. It identifies blood loss, anemia, and bone marrow supression.
  3. c This uses ECG and BP recordings. It determines response to increased workload with steps, treadmills, etc. It assesses exercise capacity, cardiac dysrhythmias, and facts about coronary artery disease.
  4. d This is a portion of blood volume occupied by RBCs. It can identify abnormal states of hydration, polycythemia and anemia.
  5. e What does CABG stand for

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. This tests how many blood cells are in the blood. It is important for coagulation, hemeostasis
  2. What does high hematocrit result in?
  3. What is a MET
  4. This is when a catheter is inserted into the femoral artery and a balloon is inflated to clear plaque
  5. What can a low WBC count indicate

5 True/False questions

  1. Holter monitorThis is a portion of blood volume occupied by RBCs. It can identify abnormal states of hydration, polycythemia and anemia.

          

  2. It would be easier if you looked at it yourselfThis measures physical activity intensity level. It is a subjective measurement. Between level 12-14 is moderate intensity.

          

  3. 220-ageThis is when blood vessels are grafted to bypass obstruction.

          

  4. Borgs Rate of Perceived ExertionThis is when coronary arteries are injected with contrast dye. It evaluates narrowing or occlusions of arteries.

          

  5. Cardiac CatheterizationThis is when coronary arteries are injected with contrast dye. It evaluates narrowing or occlusions of arteries.