Circulation

1.

Prothrombin is a ____ globulin and is produced by the _____.

  • A. Alpha, Kidney
  • B. Alpha, Liver
  • C. Beta, Kidney
  • D. Beta, Liver

2.

The right coronary artery divides to form the posterior interventricular artery and the ___ artery.

  • A. Marginal
  • B. LVC
  • C. RVC
  • D. LAD

3.

Blood flowing into the cardiac veins enters the _______ next.

  • A. Coronary Sinus
  • B. Left Ventricle
  • C. Right Ventricle
  • D. Left Atrium

4.

If you are using a stethoscope and trying to detect the tricuspid valve which of the following would be the best location?

  • A. Within 2 inches of the xyphoid process
  • B. On the right side of the sternum
  • C. On the left side of the sternum near the midpoint
  • D. On the left side of the sternum near the midpoint of the sixth rib

5.

Which of the following occurs during ventricular systole?

  • A. Increased aortic pressure
  • B. Increased ventricular volume
  • C. Dup heart sound
  • D. P wave

6.

Which of the following occurs during ventricular diastole?

  • A. Increased aortic pressure
  • B. Increased ventricular volume
  • C. Lub heart sound
  • D. T wave

7.

The innermost layer of a blood vessel is lined with _______ ______ cells

  • A. Simple squamous
  • B. Stratified squamous
  • C. Simple cuboidal epithelium
  • D. Stratified cuboidal epithelium

8.

Angiotension can directly cause the release of ____ from the adrenal cortex.

  • A. Renin
  • B. Aldosterone
  • C. Calcitonin
  • D. Thyroxine

9.

Cardiac output is the product of ____ and ____.

  • A. HR and Disastolic pressure
  • B. HR and Stroke Volume
  • C. HR and EF
  • D. Diastolic and Systolic pressure

10.

Pulmonary edema is most like associated with a failing _____ _____.

  • A. Right atrium
  • B. Left atrium
  • C. Right ventricle
  • D. Left ventricle

11.

Which of the following is the first branch off the aortic arch?

  • A. Common carotid
  • B. Brachiocephalic
  • C. Right Subclavian
  • D. Thoracic

12.

The brachiocephalic artery divides to form the right common carotid and the ____ ____ artery.

  • A. Left subclavian
  • B. Right subclavian
  • C. Left common carotid
  • D. Right thoracic artery

13.

Which of the following arteries creates the left spenic, hepatic and gastric arteries?

  • A. Left sacral artery
  • B. Celiac artery
  • C. Suprarenal artery
  • D. Phrenic artery

14.

Which of the following is not considered a major branch off of the descending thoracic aorta?

  • A. Mediastinal artery
  • B. Renal artery
  • C. Bronchial artery
  • D. Posterior intercostals artery

15.

Which of the following is not considered a major branch off of the abdominal aorta?

  • A. Phrenic artery
  • B. Common iliac artery
  • C. Gonadal artery
  • D. Mediastinal artery

16.

Which of the following is not considered a major branch off of the femoral artery?

  • A. Superficial pudendal arteries
  • B. Deep external pudendal arteries
  • C. Superficial circumflex iliac artery
  • D. Deep circumflex iliac artery

17.

Which of the following is not considered a tributary of the portal vein?

  • A. Inferior mesenteric vein
  • B. Splenic vein
  • C. Left gastric vein
  • D. Subclavian vein

18.

Inside the cranial cavity the vertebral arteries form the ____ artery.

  • A. Basilar
  • B. Common Carotid
  • C. MCA
  • D. PCA

19.

Pulse pressure (pp) is considered the _____.

  • A. Difference between the systolic and diastolic pressure
  • B. The sum of the systolic and diastolic pressure
  • C. The inverse of the blood pressure
  • D. Half of the systolic pressure

20.

_____ nerves can be found joining the SA and AV nodes in the heart.

  • A. Accelerator
  • B. Phrenic
  • C. Thoracic
  • D. Gastric