Anatomy, Physiology & Technique

The best 2D view for evaluating a patient with a suspected patent ductus arteriosus (PDA) is:
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The Right atrium receives deoxygenated blood from all of the following EXCEPT: a. IVC b. CS c. SVC d. Rt pulm veinsd. rt pulm veinsAll of the following are indications for transesophageal echocardiograms (TEE) EXCEPT: Select one: A. evaluate mitral regurgitation B. evaluate left atrial mass C. suspicion for endocarditis D. rule out apical mural thrombus Transesophageal echocardiograms (TEE) have difficulty in visualizing the true left ventricular apex. rule out embolic sourceD. rule out apical mural thrombus Transesophageal echocardiograms (TEE) have difficulty in visualizing the true left ventricular apex. rule out embolic sourceThe resistance against which the left ventricle contracts is referred to as: Select one: A. peak pressure B. mean pressure C. preload D. afterloadD. afterloadIn normal development which is the last to close? Select one: A. VSD B. Foramen ovale C. ASD D. ductus arteriosusb. Foramen OvaleWhen transporting a patient with a urinary catheter the bag should always be: Select one: A. level with the patient's heart B. below the patient's heart C. below the patients bladder D. above the patients bladderc. below the patients bladderA patient who has a higher blood pressure in the right arm than in the left may have:coarctation of the aorta