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08 Quiz info - hysiology 202 CCO, Summer 2011 Lesson 8 Quiz...

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hysiology 202 CCO, Summer 2011 Lesson 8 Quiz Well done!!! The mean (average) on this quiz was 82.08% and 1 of you scored 100%!!!. The distribution of scores is shown to the right. Explanations for Selected Questions Question  2.    Consider  a  normal  resting  recumb e nt  adult. Each  time  the  heart  beats,  the  pressure  in the  left   ventricle  rises  to a  peak  of about  ____ and  then  drops  to a  low of ____.   Pressure  in the  aorta  and  systemic   arteries  rises  to a  peak  of about  ____ and  then  drops  to a  low of ____.   In the  right ventricle  pressure  rises  t   peak  of about  ____ and  then  drops  to a  low of ____,  while  pressure  in the  pulmonary  arteries  rises  to a  peak   of about  ____ and  then  drops  to a  low of ____.     Choice s: 0 mmHg 10  mmHg   25  mmHg 80  mmHg 120  mmHg Where can the information needed for the above question be found? All the answers can be found in the following figures from the Outline, Part 4, III.E and IV. 1
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Let’s look at each part. Each  time  the  heart  beats,  the  pressure  in the  left ventricle  rises  to a  peak  of about  ____ and  then  drops  to a   low of ____.    2
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The pressures during four heart beats in the left ventricle are shown in the figure on the left below. Pressures in the left ventricle are also shown below on the right. Therefore, from the choices provided, the correct answers are : “Each  time  the  heart  beats,  the   pressure  in the  left ventricle  rises  to a  peak  of about   120  mmHg   and  then  drops  to a  low of  0 mmHg .”  Pressure  in the  aorta  and  syste mic  arteries  rises  to a  peak  of about  ____ and  then  drops  to a  low of ____.   
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This note was uploaded on 06/14/2011 for the course PHYI 202 taught by Professor Shea during the Summer '09 term at UNC.

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