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The Cardiovascular SystemChapter 5 The Cardiovascular System
Overview of Structures, Combining Forms, and Functions© 2009 Delmar, Cengage Learning
Heart Primary Function Related Combining FormsPumps blood into the arteries. Related Combining Forms card/o, cardi/o
Anterior External View of the Heart
Anterior Cross Section of the Heart
Blood Vessels Primary Function Related Combining FormsTransport blood to and from all areas of the body. Related Combining Forms angi/o, vas/o
Arteries Primary Function Related Combining FormTransport blood away from the heart to all body parts. Related Combining Form arteri/o
Capillaries Primary Function Related Combining FormPermit the exchange of nutrients and waste products between the blood and the cells. Related Combining Form capill/o
Veins Primary Function Related Combining FormsReturn blood from all body parts to the heart. Related Combining Forms phleb/o ven/o
Blood Primary Functions Related Combining FormsBrings oxygen and nutrients to the cells. Carries away waste. Related Combining Forms hem/o, hemat/o
Major Fluid and Formed Components of Blood
Animations © 2009 Delmar, Cengage Learning
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Electrical Stimulation of the HeartClick Here to play Electrical Stimulation of the Heart animation
Coronary Artery Bypass SurgeryClick Here to play Coronary Artery Bypass Surgery animation
Answers to Learning Exercises© 2009 Delmar, Cengage Learning
Chapter 5 Answers Matching Word Parts 1 5.1. aort/o 5.2. arteri/o5.3. ather/o 5.4. angi/o 5.5. brady- Matching Word Parts 2 5.6. -emia 5.7. cardi/o 5.8. -crasia 5.9. erythr/o 5.10. ven/o
Chapter 5 Answers Matching Word Parts 3 5.11. leuk/o 5.12. phleb/o5.13. tachy- 5.14. thromb/o 5.15. hem/o Definitions 5.16. leukocytes 5.17. sinoatrial node 5.18. coronary arteries 5.19. eosinophils 5.20. mitral
Chapter 5 Answers Definitions 5.21. right ventricle 5.22. thrombocytes5.23. embolus 5.24. left ventricle neutrophils Matching Structures 5.26. heart 5.27. myocardium 5.28. epicardium 5.29. endocardium 5.30. pericardium
Chapter 5 Answers Which Word? 5.31. lipoprotein cholesterol5.32. bradycardia 5.33. ventricular 5.34. systolic 5.35. duplex ultrasound Spelling Counts 5.36. aneurysm 5.37. hypoperfusion 5.38. arrhythmia 5.39. Raynaud’s 5.40. cardioverter
Chapter 5 Answers Term Selection 5.46. septicemia 5.47. beta-blockerAbbreviation Identification 5.41. coronary artery disease 5.42. electrocardiogram 5.43. hemoglobin 5.44. myocardial infarction 5.45. ventricular fibrillation Term Selection 5.46. septicemia 5.47. beta-blocker 5.48. megaloblastic 5.49. antihypertensive 5.50. endocarditis
Chapter 5 Answers Sentence Completion 5.51. serum5.52. thrombocytopenia 5.53. carotid endarterectomy 5.54. valvular prolapse 5.55. nitroglycerin Word Surgery 5.56. aneurysm/o, rrhaphy 5.57. a-, plast -ic 5.58. electr/o cardi/o, graphy 5.59. poly-, arter, -itis 5.60. valv/o, -plasty
Chapter 5 Answers True/False 5.61. False 5.62. True 5.63. TrueClinical Conditions 5.66. hemangioma 5.67. thrombosis 5.68. varicose 5.69. angina 5.70. orthostatic hypotension
Chapter 5 Answers Clinical Conditions 5.71. myelodysplastic syndrome5.72. electrocardiogram 5.73. cardiopulmonary resuscitation 5.74. thrombolytic 5.75. ischemic Which Is the Correct Medical Term? 5.76. atheroma 5.77. hemostasis 5.78. phlebitis 5.79. dyscrasia 5.80. aneurysmectomy
Chapter 5 Answers Challenge Word Building 5.81. arteritis5.82. angiectomy 5.83. phlebostenosis 5.84. pericardiectomy 5.85. cardiorrhaphy 5.86. phleborrhexis 5.87. angiorrhaphy 5.88. cardiorrhexis 5.89. pericardiorrhaphy 5.90. angionecrosis
Chapter 5 Answers Labeling Exercises 5.91. vena cava 5.92. atrium5.93. ventricle 5.94. artery 5.95. veins 5.96. semilunar 5.97. tricuspid 5.98. aorta 5.99. aortic mitral
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THE CIRCULATORY SYSTEM Lets review angio -stenosis -sclerosis phleb/o -it is brady- cardi/o -ologist hem/o leuk/o -penia ather/o.
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Cardiovascular system FUNCTION Transport nutrients, dissolved gasses, hormones, and metabolic waste COMPOSED OF Heart pumps blood through blood vessels.
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