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NRTC AP Cardiac Uni

QuestionAnswer
Immature Red Blood Cell Reticulocyte
WBC that secretes Heparin Basophil
Average Ejection Fraction 60-80%
Heart Rate x Stroke Volume=_________________ Cardiac Output
Structure responsible for blood clotting platelet
Structure responsible for transport of O2 and CO2 Red Blood Cell (erythrocyte)
Point of Maximal Impulse Apex 5th intercostal Space, Left midclavicular line
connective tissue sac that surrounds/protects the heart pericardium
Body cavity in which the heart lies mediastinum
Thickest layer of the heart myocardium
Also known as capacitance vessels Veins
Arteries that carry blood to specific organs/body regions distributing arteries
2types of hematopoeitic tissues red marrow and lymphatic tissue
Average life span of an RBC 120 days
Hormone secreted by the kidneys in response to low O2 levels erythropoietin
When RBC are recycled heme is broken into __________ and bilirubin Iron (Fe)
Identify basic progression of blood through the heart right atrium, right ventricle, pulmonary artery, lungs, pulmonary veins, left atrium, left ventricle, aorta
pace maker of the heart Sinoatrial Node
Forces the heart must work against to get blood into systemic circulation Afterload
Capillary walls are made of _____________ and basement membrane single layer of endothelium
Most common pulse assessment site is? radial artery
Passive transport mechanism used by vessels to exchange O2 and CO2 Diffusion
Pressure during ventricular contraction systolic pressure
pressure during ventricular relaxation diastolic pressure
Cardiac and Respiratory centers of the CNS can be found in what structure? Medulla Oblongata
The extracellular matrix of blood plasma
Vascular network at the base of the brain Circle of Willis
Universal Blood Donor O-
Universal Blood Recipient AB+
Classic Signs of Transfusion Reaction Impending doom, temperature increase, O2 Decrease, flank pain
Heart valve between the right atrium and right ventricle Tricuspid
Heart valve between the left atrium and left ventricle Mitral Valve (bicuspid)
Created by: kleer