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PMI A&P Final Study Guide

What is prefix of Cyanotic Cyan
(True/False) Internal Space of blood Vessel in which blood flows is called a valve False
Normal Heart rate for an adult is approximately 60-100bpm
What can be added to blood to prevent it from clotting? An Anticoagulant
(True/False) A root word indicates a symptom? False
These cells are the most numerous in the blood and their main function is to carry Oxygen. Erythrocytes
Inflammation of the joints is known as? Arthritis
The fluid that fills the cells is knows as? Cytoplasm
This vein is not well anchored, it rolls and bruises more easily than others. Basilic
(True/False) A term is never made up of a prefix alone. True
Skeletal, visceral and cardiac are types of what? Muscles
This clear pale yellow fluid is 90% water and 10% dissolved substances. Plasma
(True/False) All human body cells have the same basic structural components. True
These formed elements are essential in coagulation and are the first cell on scene when an injury occurs. Platelets
What is the abbreviation for aspartate aminotransferase? AST
Which blood type is the least common? AB
(True/False) lawsuits have been filed over damage to major nerves as a result to improper venipuncture procedure. True
This process converts simple compounds into complex substances to carry out cellular activities Anabolism
(True/False) Usually the median cubital is easiest to anchor and least likely to bruise. True
The cranial and spinal cavities are included in? Dorsal
(True/False) the walls of the left ventricles are nearly three times as thick as the right ventricle because of the force that is needed to pump blood into the arterial system? true
The body plane that divides the body into right and left portions is called? Sagittal
This system produces gametes. Reproductive
The person standing erect with arms at side is in what position? Anatomical
This thick outer layer is continuous with the lining of the pericardium Epicardium
The body system that provides shape and support and is the framework is what system? Skeletal
GTT, Bilirubin and fecal fat is a diagnostic test for what system? Digestive
This chamber of the heart receives oxygen poor blood from the body. Right atrium
Hematoma is a fancy word for? Bruise
Carry blood away from the heart Arteries
Carry deoxygenated blood to the heart Veins
Connect arterioles to venules Capillaries
What is the name of the area most suitable for venipuncture's? Anticubital Fossa
A fancy word for Heart attack myocardial Infarction
the upper cambers of the heart are called Arterials
the fibrous sac membrane that surrounds the heart is called pericardium
The main difference between arterial and venous blood is the amount of oxygen
what is the component of red blood cells responsible for carrying oxygen Hemoglobin
are the smallest living units of human body cells
blood is composed of leukocytes, erythrocytes, thrombocytes, and plasma
Another name for WBC leukocytes
Another name for RBC erythrocytes
Another name for Platelets Thrombocytes
is the cell membrane the same as a plasma membrane yes
universal Donor O-
universal recipient AB+
blood that is in the same form as when it was traveling though out our bodies is called whole blood
the fluid that fills the cell cytoplasm
Prone position laying face down
Supine position Laying face up
The state of the body when it is in complete balance and equilibrium Homeostasis
What is the space called that substances or fluid travel through in a vein lumin
Basilic vein lies along the pinky part of the arm
Cepahlic lies along the thumb side of the arm
Middle phalange hand/foot bone
Distal phalange hand/foot bone
Proximal Phalange hand/foot bone
metacarpal hand bone
carpus hand bones
Femur leg bone
Patella leg bone
Tibia leg bone
Fibula leg bone
Clavicle shoulder bone
Scapula shoulder bone
Humerous arm bone
Radius arm bone
ulna arm bone
Metatarsal foot bone
tarsus foot bones
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