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REVIEW BLOOD AND HEART
1. The normal pH of the __________ is about 7.4.
2. A high salt diet and a exercise would _________________ blood pressure.
3. The arterial system that supplies the brain with blood is the ___________ system.
4. Another word for high blood pressure is ____________________.
5. If your heart is beating too fast you are said to have ____________________.
6. _______________ results when the blood coagulates.
7. _______________ is the respiratory pigment in RBCs that binds oxygen
8. ______________ is the liquid portion of the blood.
9. The veins that directly empty the capillary beds are called ________________.
10. All arteries of the systemic circulation branch from the _________________.
11. Blood normally clots in _________ min
12. The carotid artery is located in the ____________
13. There is an average of ______________ white blood cells per cubic mm of blood.
14. The arterial system that supplies the liver with blood is the ____________system.
15. The erythrocyte count _______________ when an individual goes from a low to a high
altitude because the concentration of oxygen and/or total atmospheric pressure is lower at
high altitudes.
16. In the healthy adult, erythrocytes are formed in the _______________ marrow.
17. An obstruction in the ______________vena cava would hamper the return of blood from
head and neck.
18. The type of Leukocytes that would increase rapidly during allergies and infections of
parasitic worms are ________________.
19. The Axillary artery is located in the ___________.
20. The process by which white blood cells move into and out of the blood vessel is
called ______________.
21. When the heart is beating to slow it is called ______________.
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22. Platelets are fragments of _____________.
23. Permitting the exchange of nutrients and gases between the blood and tissue cells
is the primary function of _________________.
24. Deoxygenated blood is received by the ______________.
25. ________________ means deficiency of blood.
26. ________________ is pain in the arm or chest because of lack of blood flow.
27. ____________ results when there is any decrease in oxygen-carrying ability of
the blood.
28. Vagus nerve stimulation would result in a ____________ in heart rate.
29. The ________ ventricular wall of the heart is thicker than the right wall in order
to pump blood against greater resistance.
30. The myocardium (heart) receives its blood supply directly from ______________
arteries.
31. 170/96 blood pressure readings would be indicative of _______________.
32. The ___________ valve is located on the left side of the heart.
33. Exercise causes ___________ of the heart muscle
34. All arteries of pulmonary circulation branch from the _____________ artery.
35. ________________ carry blood away from the heart.
36. The right ventricle the pulmonary artery and the left atrium are all involved in
______________ circulation.
37. Epinephrine and increased Carbon dioxide would lead to a ___________ in heart
rate.
38. Making more red blood cells is called _________________.
ALSO KNOW*********** THE PATH OF BLOOD THROUGHT THE
HEARTBE ABLE TO LABEL: A HEART, THE CARDIAC CYCLE AND A VEIN,
ARTERY AND CAPPILLARY and THE BLOOD TYPE CHART
ANSWERS TO REVIEW CIRCULATORY SYSTEM
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1. blood
2. increase
3. carotid
4. hypertension
5. tachycardia
6. clotting
7. hemoglobin
8. plasma
9. Venuoles
10. aorta
11. three to six
12. neck
13. 4,00 to 11,00
14. hepatic
15. increases
16. red bone
17. superior
18. eosinophil
19. armpit
20. diapedesis
21. bradycardia
22. megakaryocyte
23. capillaries
24. right atrium
25. ischemia
26. angina
27. anemia
28. decrease
29. left
30. cornary
31. hypertension
32. bicuspid
33. hypertrophy
34. pulmonary
35. arteries
36. pulmonary
37. increase
38. erythropoiesis
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