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AP 105 Final Exam Review Ch 14 Heart

Each chamber of the heart is lined by a thin layer of smooth tissue known as the: endocardium
Which of the following is the atrioventricular valve that is located on the left side of the heart? inferior vena cava
Which of the following is on the left side of the heart? systemic circulation
Another common term for a “heart attack” is: myocardial infarction
The “pacemaker” of the heart is the: SA node
The ________wave occurs with depolarization of the atria: P
A variation in heart rate during the breathing cycle is: sinus dysrhythmia
An immediate life-threatening arrhythmia, in which a lack of ventricular pumping stops the flow of blood to vital organs, is: ventricular fibrillation
A general term for disease of the myocardium is: cardiomyopathy
A calcium-channel blocker is a/an: heart medication
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