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1. These are the lower compartments of the heart
Circulation Review 2. This vein feeds the right atrium. a.Vena Cavab. Pulmonary Vein c. Femoral Veind. Pulmonary artery
Circulation Review 3. This artery leaves the right ventricle. a.Brachialb. Aorta c. Femoral Arteryd. None of these
Circulation Review 4. This artery leaves the left ventricle. a.Brachialb. Aorta c. Femoral Arteryd. pulmonary
Circulation Review 5. This structure separates the right and left sides of the heart
Circulation Review 6. These are the upper chambers of the heart
Circulation Review 7. This valve separates the right atrium and the right ventricle
Circulation Review 8. Look at # 6. It shows the 2 veins that will feed into the right atrium. What are they?
Circulation Review 9. This valve shuttles blood from the right ventricle to the lungs
Circulation Review 10. This is the only oxygenated vein in the body a.Femoral veinb. pulmonary vein c. Brachial veind. jugular vein
Circulation Review 11. This valve separates the left atrium and the left ventricle
Circulation Review 12. This valve sends blood to the lungs
Circulation Review 13. This artery shuttles blood from the heart to the lungs
Circulation Review 14. This vein shuttles blood from the lungs back to the heart
Circulation Review 15. This artery leaves the left ventricle
16. What type of antigens are found on Type O blood
17.. What type of antibodies are found on Type A blood
18. Hemoglobin is a protein that is synthesized from this element
19. This blood vessel feeds into the left atrium
20. This blood vessel leaves the right ventricle
21. This side of the heart carries oxygenated blood
22. Your heart beats ______ to ________ per minute
23. This is the average blood pressure
24. This instrument measures blood pressure
25. This is the artery that is closed off when blood pressure is taken
Answer Key 1.Ventricles 2. Vena cava 3. D 4. B-Aorta 5. Septum 6. Atria 7. Tricuspid 8. Vena Cava 9. PSV 10. B 11. Bicuspid 12. PSV 13. Pulmonary Artery 14. Pulmonary Vein 15. Aorta 16. None 17. Ani-B 18. Iron 19. Pulmonary Vein 20. Pulmonary Artery 21. Left / Sphygmomanometer 25. Brachial (arm)
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