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100 200 300 400 500 Heart Anatomy Conduction System Cardiac Cycle Heart Problems Blood Typing Arteries and Veins
An average adult body contains how much blood? A 100
5 quarts or 1 ¼ gallons of blood A 100
What is the term that describes blood flow between the heart and lungs? A 200
Pulmonary circulation A 200
Which layer of the heart contains the cardiac muscle tissue that contracts the heart? A 300
Myocardium A 300
Name the valve that separates the left atrium from the left ventricle. A 400
Bicuspid Valve (or Mitral Valve) A 400
Which structures in the heart prevent the tricuspid and bicuspid valves to open backward when the ventricles are contracting? A 500
Chordae Tendineae (or Heart Strings) A 500
What anatomy of the heart is often referred to as the pacemaker? B 100
Sinoatrial Node (SA node) B 100
Which structure receives the electrical signal given from the SA node? B 200
Atrioventricular Node (AV node) B 200
Where are the left and right bundle branches located in the heart? B 300
In the Septum, the muscular area separating the left and right ventricles B 300
Which side of the heart is larger and stronger? Explain why. B 400
Left side, because a stronger contraction is needed to push more blood out of the heart and to the body systems. B 400
The bundles branches continue to send the electrical signal to the _______ _______ which in turn, spread the signal up through the ventricles to ready for ventricular contraction. B 500
Purkinje Fibers B 500
The contraction phase of the ventricle chambers is called? C 100
Systole C 100
When measuring blood pressure, what two measurements are written in a fraction? Be specific. C 200
systolic pressure diastolic pressure C 200
The QRS complex on an electrocardiogram indicates the ______ in the cardiac cycle. C 300
Ventricles contracting C 300
DAILY DOUBLE C 400 DAILY DOUBLE Place A Wager
Calculate the following heart rate. Be accurate to get it correct. C 400
83 beats per minute C 400
What blood pressure reading is considered normal? C 500
120 80 C 500
What term refers to an inadequate blood flow to a part of the body? D 100
Ischemia D 100
Which term refers to the deprivation of an adequate oxygen supply? D 200
Hypoxia D 200
What term refers to the deposit of fat or other substances that accumulate in the lining of the artery wall? D 300
Atherosclerotic Plaques D 300
Which term refers to abnormal electrical activity of the heart? D 400
Arrhythimia D 400
Narrowing of the mitral valve increases the resistance of blood flowing from the left atrium to the left ventricle. What heart condition is described above? D 500
Mitral Stenosis or more simply, a heart murmur D 500
Which blood group is considered the universal blood donor? E 100
O blood E 100
Which blood group is considered the universal blood receiver? E 200
AB Blood Group E 200
What does the + or – stand for after the blood group symbol? E 300
Presence of the Rh antigen E 300
Which protein molecule is found the on the surface of RBCs indicating a persons blood type? E 400
Antigens E 400
Who can receive A+ blood? E 500
A+ or AB + patients E 500
Identify the function of the carotid artery F 100
Delivers oxygenated blood to the head F 100
F 200 Identify the function of the Pulmonary Veins
Carries oxygenated blood back to the heart from the lungs F 200
Identify the function of the Aorta F 300
Delivers oxygenated blood from the heart to the body systems F 300
Which artery or vein is responsible for transporting de-oxygenated blood from the liver back to the heart? F 400
Hepatic Vein F 400
Which artery or vein is responsible for delivering oxygenated blood from the heart to the small intestine? F 500
Mesenteric Artery F 500
The Final Jeopardy Category is: Cardiac Cycle Please record your wager. Click on screen to begin
On an EKG, what does the T wave represent? Click on screen to continue
Ventricles relaxing Click on screen to continue
Thank You for Playing Jeopardy!
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