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Basic Science

The T wave on a cardiac monitor tracing is evidence of what changes in polarization Repolarization of the ventricles
What anatomical structure located at the top of the larynx closes the airway and prevents foreign bodies from entering the trachea Epiglottis
Which of the following structures is most likely to cause obstruction of Airway when an anesthetized patient is lying in a Supine position Tongue
Blood is pumped to the lungs from the heart through which of the following Pulmonary artery
Which of the following is a normal sequence for the flow of blood through the heart and Right atrium, right ventricle, left atrium, left ventricle, pulmonary artery, lungs, and atorta
The small, sac-like structures located at the end of the respiratory tract in which oxygen and carbon dioxide are exchanged are called Alveoli
Which of the following structures may be involved in a patient who has upper respiratory infection Lowe's, sinuses, and pharynx
The soft tissue valve that covers the largest allows food to enter the esophagus is called the Epiglottis
Artery located in the neck that is readily palpitate it looking for a patient's pulse is the Common carotid
The central nervous system consists of the Brain and spinal cord
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