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CV Test review

Chapter 5

QuestionAnswer
What is the tip of the heart called? Apex
What controls the direction of blood flow in the heart? valves
What are the lower chambers called? ventricles
What vessels carry blood to the heart? veins
Is systole the contraction phase or relaxation phase? Contraction phase
What does auscultate mean? To listen
What apparatus is used to auscultate heart sounds? Stethoscope
What is the term used when there is the sudden drop in BP when a person stands up? Orthostatic hypotension
A flexible tube inserted into the body for the purpose of moving fluids into or out of the body. catheter
An area of tissue within an organ or part that undergoes necrosis following the loss of its blood supply. infarct
The localized and temporary deficiency of blood supply due to an obstruction to the circulation ischemia
Irregularity in the heart beat or action. arrythmia
Complete stopping of heart activity. Cardiac arrest
Pathological condition of the heart in which there is a reduced outflow of blood from the left side of the heart because the left ventricle myocardium has become too weak to efficiently pump blood. Results in weakness, breathlessness, and edema. Congestive heart failure
Insufficient blood supply to the heart muscle due to an obstruction of one or more coronary arteries. Coronary heart disease
Condition caused by the partial or complete occlusion or closing of one or more of the coronary arteries. MI (Myocardial Infarction)
Weakness in the wall of an artery resulting in localized widening of the artery. Aneurysm
Thickening, hardening, and loss of elasticity of the walls of the arteries. Most often due to artherosclerosis. Arteriosclerosis
The most common form of arteriosclerosis. Caused by the formation of yellowish plaques of cholesterol on the inner walls of arteries. atherosclerosis
The obstruction of a blood vessel by a blood clot that has broken off from a thrombus somewhere else in the body and traveled to the point of obstruction. Embolus
Inflammation of a vein resulting in the formation of blood clots within the vein. Thrombophlebitis
A blood clot within a blood vessel. Thrombus
What are functions of the CV system? Distribute blood to body, Deliver needed substances, Remove waste
What are the four organs of the CV system? Heart, arteries, Capillaries, Veins
angi/0 vessel
ather/o fatty substance
coron/o heart
hemangio/o blood vessel
phlebo/o vein
thrombo/o clot
-ole small
-ule small
Pulmonary circulation Circulation between the lungs
Systemic circulation Circulation between the heart and cells of the body
What is the average beats per minute? 50-100
About how big is the heart? the size of a fist
What is the name for the 2 upper chambers? Atria
What is the name for the 2 lower chambers? Ventricles
What divides the heart into left and right sides? Septum
What are the names of the veins that carry blood to the right atria? Superior and inferior vena cava
What are the names of the veins that carry blood to the left atria? Pulmonary veins
What is the name of the artery that leaves the left ventricle? Aorta
What is the name of the artery that leaves the right ventricle? Pulmonary artery
Valve between the right atria and the right ventricle Tricuspid valve
Valve between the right ventricle and the pulmonary artery Pulmonary valve
Valve between the left atria and the left ventricle Mitral (bicuspid) valve
Valve between the left ventricle and the aorta. Aortic valve
What is another word for the SA node? Pacemaker
What stimulates the different chambers to contract in the correct order? Electrical impulses
What are the 3 types of blood vessels? Arteries, Capillaries, Veins
A channel within the blood vessels is called a: Lumen
What is the largest type of blood vessel in the body? Artery
What is the smallest type of blood vessel in the body? Capillary
What type of vessel takes blood to the heart? Veins
Term for heart muscle myocardium
What vessel carries blood away from the heart? Arteries
What arteries supply the myocardium? Coronary Arteries
What vessels connect the arteries to the capillaries? Arterioles
What vessels connect the capillaries to the veins? Venules
What process takes place in the capillary bed? Gas exchange
What is located within the veins that prevent the pooling of blood and ensures that the blood flows toward the heart? Valves
What are some factors within the body that affect the BP? Elasticity of arteries, diameter of blood vessels, viscosity of blood, volume of blood, amount of resistance to blood flow.
What are some external factors that affect the BP? Smoking, diet, exercise, hereditary, drugs, alcohol.
What is the measurement of the highest pressure? Systolic
What is the measurement of the lowest pressure? diastolic
aort/o pertaining to the aorta
atri/o pertaining to the atria
ventricul/o pertaining to the ventricle
valv/o pertaining to a valve
vascul/o pertaining to a blood vessel
Created by: HerndonFON