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All Quizes Combined Block 1 Volume 1 Quiz 8 1. Adequate perfusion depends on: a. The presence of oxygen in blood b. Adequate production of carbon dioxide c. Blood pressure and the presence of oxygen in the blood d. Blood pressure 2. The type of blood that may be administered to all people in an emergency, regardless of their blood type is, a. AB positive b. O positive c. O negative d. AB negative 3. Which of the following is a response to histamine release? a. Release of leukotrienes b. Suppression of lysosomal enzymes c. Decrease in vascular wall permeability d. Increase blood flow to the site of injury 4. Which of the following is NOT one of the body’s three chief lines of defense against infection and injury? a. Immune response b. Homeopathic secretions c. Inflammatory response d. Anatomic barriers 5. The excess elimination of hydrogen ions, as many occur in vomiting, can result in: a. Respiratory alkalosis b. Respiratory acidosis c. Metabolic alkalosis d. Metabolic acidosis 6. You are presented with a pt displaying Urticaria, dyspnea, hypotension, nausea, vomiting, and dizziness. This pt is MOST likely suffering from which type of hypersensitivity reaction? a. Type 1 b. Type 2
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c. Type 3 d. Type 4 7. The spleen is a part of which organ system a. Digestive b. Lymphatic c. Endocrine d. Cardiovascular 8. Which of the following processes is used when glucose enters a cell? a. Osmosis b. Facilitated diffusion c. Diffusion d. Active Transport 9. The general term for the storing and creating energy in the body is? a. Homeostasis b. Negative Feedback c. Granulation d. Metabolism 10. The process that produces an increase in cell size as a result of increasing workload is? a. Hypertrophy b. Atrophy c. Hyperplasia d. Metaplasia 11. B lymphocytes are primarily responsible for: a. Neutralizing antibodies b. Producing antigens c. Producing antibodies d. Directly attacking antigens 12. A pt was shot in the abdomen and has a resultant massive hemorrhage and hypoperfusion, IV therapy would help treat hypoperfusion by? a. Slowing the rate of hemorrhage b. Increasing the heart rate c. Replacing blood constituents d. Increasing preload 13. Which of the following terms can be defined as the activities of the body that allow the maintenance of physiological stability a. Homeostasis b. Metabolism c. Dysplasia
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d. Natural stability 14. The amount of blood that returns to the heart during diastole a. Cardiac output b. Preload c. Afterload d. Myocardial capacity 15. Most of the formed elements of the blood are a. Erythrocytes b. Stem cells c. Leukocytes d. Thrombocytes 16. The sagittal plane separates right and left portions of the body True or Flase? a. True b. False 17. The largest percentage of water in body is located in the? a.
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This note was uploaded on 03/24/2010 for the course PAR 100 taught by Professor Alan during the Spring '10 term at Miramar College.

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