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CVS test

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pulmonary circulation comes to the heart
systemic circulation goes to the body
three branches of the aorta subclavian, coronary,
smallest veins systemic veins
muscle layer myocardium
BP pulse point brachial
ASHD astherosclerosis heart disease
angina pectorus MI
blood clots occur while... having a heart attack
resuscitation procedure CPR
CVS occupations cardiologist, cardiopulmonary technician
cardiac arythmia HBP
cardioovascular clot formation
MI silent killer
varicose veins: standing for long periods of time
echocardiogram sound waves
treadmill test assesses heart function
angiography x-ray
arterial blood gases measurement of Ph level
CBC checks number of red blood cells
cholesterol fatty substance made by the body
ECG electrocaqrdiography pattern of electrical activity
prothrombin protein in hte blood
Created by: cheerchik3