PCP Quiz 8

Question 1 of 31

Match the following term with its definition/function. 1. Pulmonary veins









Question 2 of 31

Match the following term with its definition/function. 2. Left ventricle









Question 3 of 31

Match the following term with its definition/function. 3. Right ventricle









Question 4 of 31

Match the following term with its definition/function. 4. Pulmonary artery









Question 5 of 31

Match the following term with its definition/function. 5. Mitral (bicuspid) valve









Question 6 of 31

Match the following term with its definition/function. 6. Tricuspid valve









Question 7 of 31

Vagus tone is associated with:



Question 8 of 31

Acetylcholine is associated with:



Question 9 of 31

Tachycardia is associated with:



Question 10 of 31

Sweating is associated with:



Question 11 of 31

Vegative functions is associated with:



Question 12 of 31

Alpha receptor is associated with:



Question 13 of 31

Norepinephrine is associated with:



Question 14 of 31

Cardiac output is the product of stroke volume multiplied by heart rate, and is expressed in ml/minute.



Question 15 of 31

Dyspnea is most likely to be associated with:



Question 16 of 31

Jugular vein distension is most likely to be associated with:



Question 17 of 31

Swelling of the feet is most likely to be associated with:



Question 18 of 31

Crackles on auscultation is most likely to be associated with:



Question 19 of 31

Hepatomegaly is most likely to be associated with:



Question 20 of 31

Sacral edema is most likely to be associated with:



Question 21 of 31

Pink, frothy sputum is most likely to be associated with:



Question 22 of 31

The ability of cells in the cardiac system to repond to an electrical stimulus is known as:





Question 23 of 31

Which of the following is the "gatekeeper" that slows the depolarization impulse and allows the ventricles time to fill?





Question 24 of 31

The chemical neurotransmitter for the sympathetic nervous system is:





Question 25 of 31

The cardiac plexus arises from the:





Question 26 of 31

After blood circulates through the lungs and becomes oxygenated, it returns to the left atrium via the:





Question 27 of 31

The ________, or middle layer of a blood vessel, consists of elastic fibers and muscle.





Question 28 of 31

The structures that prevent the cardiac valves from prolapsing into the atria are known as the:





Question 29 of 31

The heart's innermost layer is called the:





Question 30 of 31

The base of the heart lies at approximately the level of the:





Question 31 of 31

The tough sac surrounding the heart is called the: