1. Of the following, which is NOT involved in pulmonary circulation? a. Coronary Artery c. Right Ventricle b. Left Atrium d.

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1 1. Of the following, which is NOT involved in pulmonary circulation? a. Coronary Artery c. Right Ventricle b. Left Atrium d. Pulmonary Vein

2 a. CORONARY ARTERY

3 2. The heart of a human contains chamber(s). a. One c. three b. Two d. four

4 d. FOUR

5 3. Blood is a tissue that consists of. a. Cells c. liquid b. Cell fragments d. all of the above

6 d. all of the above

7 4. Of the following, which is NOT involved in systemic circulation? a. Aorta c. inferior vena cava b. Superior vena cava d. Pulmonary artery

8 d. Pulmonary artery

9 5. Of the following, which is NOT a function of blood? a. Digestion c. Carries oxygen b. Carries waste products d. Carries nutrients

10 a. Digestion

11 MATCH THE ANSWER WITH THE GIVEN QUESTION a. Capillaries f. Atria b. Pulmonary circulation g. Coronary circulation c. Arteries h. Ventricles d. Systemic Circulation i. Veins e. Blood Pressure 6. Upper chambers of the heart

12 f. Atria (plural form of Atrium)

13 MATCH THE ANSWER WITH THE GIVEN QUESTION a. Capillaries f. Atria b. Pulmonary circulation g. Coronary circulation c. Arteries h. Ventricles d. Systemic Circulation i. Veins e. Blood Pressure 7. Vessels that move blood toward the heart

14 i. Veins

15 MATCH THE ANSWER WITH THE GIVEN QUESTION a. Capillaries f. Atria b. Pulmonary circulation g. Coronary circulation c. Arteries h. Ventricles d. Systemic Circulation i. Veins e. Blood Pressure 8. Vessels that move blood away from the heart

16 c. arteries

17 MATCH THE ANSWER WITH THE GIVEN QUESTION a. Capillaries f. Atria b. Pulmonary circulation g. Coronary circulation c. Arteries h. Ventricles d. Systemic Circulation i. Veins e. Blood Pressure 9. The flow of blood to the tissues of the heart

18 g. Coronary Circulation

19 MATCH THE ANSWER WITH THE GIVEN QUESTION a. Capillaries f. Atria b. Pulmonary circulation g. Coronary circulation c. Arteries h. Ventricles d. Systemic Circulation i. Veins e. Blood Pressure 10. A forced exerted on the walls of blood vessels by blood

20 e. Blood pressure

21 MATCH THE ANSWER WITH THE GIVEN QUESTION a. Capillaries f. Atria b. Pulmonary circulation g. Coronary circulation c. Arteries h. Ventricles d. Systemic Circulation i. Veins e. Blood Pressure 11. Tiny blood vessels that connect arteries and veins.

22 a.capillaries

23 MATCH THE ANSWER WITH THE GIVEN QUESTION a. Capillaries f. Atria b. Pulmonary circulation g. Coronary circulation c. Arteries h. Ventricles d. Systemic Circulation i. Veins e. Blood Pressure 12. The flow of blood to all body tissues except heart and lungs.

24 d. Systemic Circulation

25 MATCH THE ANSWER WITH THE GIVEN QUESTION a. Capillaries f. Atria b. Pulmonary circulation g. Coronary circulation c. Arteries h. Ventricles d. Systemic Circulation i. Veins e. Blood Pressure 13. Lower chambers of the heart.

26 h. Ventricles

27 MATCH THE ANSWER WITH THE GIVEN QUESTION a. Capillaries f. Atria b. Pulmonary circulation g. Coronary circulation c. Arteries h. Ventricles d. Systemic Circulation i. Veins e. Blood Pressure 14. The flow of blood through the heart to lungs and back to the heart

28 b. Pulmonary circulation

29 15. Why is the pulmonary vein the only oxygen-rich vein in the body?

30 Because it brings blood to the heart from the lungs, where it picks up oxygen.

31 16. What is the purpose of Pulmonary Circulation?

32 To take blood to the lungs to release carbon dioxide and pick up oxygen for respiration.

33 17. Describe systolic and diastolic blood pressure

34 Systolic- When the ventricles contract and blood is pushed out of the heart.(top # of blood pressure) Diastolic- A measure of the pressure that occurs as the ventricles fill with blood just before they contract again. (Bottom # of blood pressure) Example BP: 120/80

35 18. Why are there no valves in arteries?

36 Blood in arteries is pushed along by the pumping of the heart and the smooth muscles of the artery walls.

37 19. What are some steps you can take to prevent cardiovascular disease?

38 Regular checkups, a healthful diet, exercise, maintaining a healthy weight, reducing stress, not smoking.

39 20. Capillaries, Veins and Arteries are all.

40 BLOOD VESSELS

41

42

43 What is A called?

44 RIGHT ATRIUM

45 What is B called?

46 SUPERIOR VENA CAVA

47 What is C called?

48 AORTA

49 What is D called?

50 PULMONARY ARTERY

51 What is E called?

52 LEFT ATRIUM

53 What is F called?

54 LEFT VENTRICLE

55 What is G called?

56 RIGHT VENTRICLE

57 What is H called?

58 INFERIOR VENA CAVA

59 WHAT ARE THE TWO LARGEST VEINS IN THE BODY?

60 THE SUPERIOR VENA CAVA AND THE INFERIOR VENA CAVA

61 Blood comes from the to the SUPERIOR VENA CAVA

62 HEAD AND NECK

63 Blood comes from the to the INFERIOR VENA CAVA.

64 THE LOWER BODY

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