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Liz AP2 Peri Vas QR

AP2 Peripheral Vascular Quiz Rev 1 & 2

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2 largest veins Superior Vena Cava and Inferior Vena Cava
Arteries divide into Vessels that become progressively smaller and finally bc tiny Arterioles
3 layers of veins and arteries Tunica Adventitia, Tunica Media, and Tunica Intima
Layers that capillaries are composed of Tunica Intima
Has valves Veins
Capillaries AKA Exchange Vessels
Where is BP highest Arteries
High BP AKA Hypertension
Normal BP numbers 120/80
2 factors that influence BP Blood volume, Blood viscosity, Strength of ventricular contractions, Resistance, and HR
Coronary arteries supplies blood to Heart, (Myocardium)
Internal carotid artery supplies blood to Brain and Meninges (NOT head and neck)
NOT located in the thorax Splenic (The Thoracic is)
Axillary artery supplies blood to the Armpits
T/F - Radial artery supplies blood to the medial side of the hand FALSE - it supplies the lateral side
Artery that supplies blood to kidneys Renal arteries
Does NOT supply the upper extremities Internal Iliac (Radial and Ulnar do)
Artery that supplies blood to the leg and foot Popliteal
Brachial artery supplies blood to the Arms
Supplies blood to the R side of the head and neck R Common Carotid Artery
Created by: elizabeth-mcw
 

 



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