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Cardiac Emergencies

The heart contains contractile and conductive tissue, know as the cardiac ? system conduction
The tiny blood vessels that connect arterioles to venules capillaries
the electrical impulse causing the hyeart to contract is generated in teh ? node sinoatrial
the liquid or fluid part of the blood plasma
the valve locatd between the lef atrium and the left venticle mitral
the bottom or lower chamber of the heart. ventricles
the tisue death of heart muscle is caused by acute myocardial ? infraction
a decreased oxygen supply to the heart can cause chest pain due to ? pectoris. angina
the pressure in the arteries during relaxation of the left ventricle diastolic
Oxygen rich blood from the lungs is pumped to the rest of the body by the4 ? ventricle left
The right atrium pumb blood to the lungs through the pulmonary ? artieries
The blood vessel that carries blood away from the heart Artery
Delivery of oxygen to the cells and removal of wast products Perfusion
? heart failure develops when the heart can no longer pump adequately congestive
the wo top chamber of the heart. atria
the major artery of the forearm radial
the bundle of ? carries the heart's electrical impulse into the ventricles his
the left atrium receives blood from teh lungs through the ? veins pulmonary
the valve locatd at the base of the aorta aortic
the valve located between the right atrium and the right ventricle tricuspid
the major artery of the thigh femoral
the heart lies in the center of the chest slightly left of the ? sternum
Created by: emttas