medicq_ap_all - Exam Name MULTIPLE CHOICE Choose the one...

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Exam Name___________________________________ MULTIPLE CHOICE. Choose the one alternative that best completes the statement or answers the question 1) A release of the neurotransmitter acetylcholine results in: A) positive chronotropic effect. B) negative chronotropic effect. C) positive inotropic effect. D) increasing atrioventricular contraction. 1) 2) The portion of the brain that is responsible for fine motor movement, posture, and equilibrium is the: A) cerebrum. B) cerebral cortex. C) cerebellum. D) corpus callosum. 2) 3) Which of the following represents the mean arterial pressure? A) MAP = diastolic blood pressure - the pulse pressure B) MAP = systolic blood pressure - 1/3 of the pulse pressure C) MAP = diastolic blood pressure + 1/3 of the pulse pressure D) MAP = systolic blood pressure - diastolic blood pressure 3) 4) Which of the following statements about immunity is TRUE? A) Cell - mediated immunity uses antibody formation to combat pathogens. B) Lymphocytes are the primary cells involved in the immune response. C) T cells mature in the bone marrow. D) Humoral immunity uses cytotoxic chemicals to destroy pathogens. 4) 5) All of the following decrease the ability of platelets to aggregate EXCEPT: A) welfarin. B) heparin. C) aspirin. D) vitamin K. 5) 6) The skeletal muscles that provide the ability for voluntary movement are controlled by the: A) sympathetic nervous system. B) autonomic nervous system. C) musculoskeletal nervous system. D) somatic nervous system. 6) 7) Which of the following is NOT part of the axial skeleton? A) Spine B) Head C) Thorax D) Shoulder girdle 7) 8) The brain receives ________ percent of the body's total blood flow per minute. A) 30 B) 40 C) 10 D) 20 8) 1
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9) The base of the heart lies at the level of the ________ rib. A) fourth B) second C) third D) first 9) 10) The average volume of gas inhaled or exhaled in one respiratory cycle is known as the: A) residual volume. B) minute volume. C) tidal volume. D) total lung capacity. 10) 11) All of the following are pairs of sinuses EXCEPT the: A) ethmoid sinuses. B) frontal sinuses. C) ororpharyngeal sinuses. D) sphenoid sinuses. 11) 12) Which of the following can affect oxygen concentration in the blood? A) Pulmonary edema B) Ventilation/perfusion mismatch C) Decreased hemoglobin concentration D) All of the above 12) 13) Which of the following is another name for platelets? A) Thrombocytes B) Thrombopoietin C) Prothrombin activators D) 2, 3 - DPG 13) 14) The mediastinum is bounded laterally by the ________, inferiorly by the ________, and superiorly by the ________. A) thoracic outlet, heart, lungs B) lungs, thoracic outlet, diaphragm C) diaphragm, lungs, heart D) lungs, diaphragm, thoracic outlet 14) 15) Which of the following circumstances would result in activation of the coagulation cascade via the intrinsic pathway? A) Development of a plaque in a coronary artery resulting in turbulent blood flow
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This note was uploaded on 05/09/2011 for the course PARAMEDIC 100 taught by Professor Warafal during the Spring '11 term at SUNY Stony Brook.

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