Blood Heart and Circulation

Blood Heart and Circulation - Guided Reading - Blood,...

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Guided Reading - Blood, Heart, and Circulation I 1. Endogenously applied ______________ or tissue plasminogen activator (TPA) can induce blood clot dissolution. A. albumin B. streptokinase C. thromboxane A 2 D. penicillin 2. What type of cell found in the blood produces antibodies? A. monocyte B. plasma cell C. basophil D. neutrophil 3. Dark red colored blood would be found in A. arteries. B. veins. C. heart. D. capillaries. 4. The pathway of blood form the heart to the lungs and back to the heart is the A. cardiac circulation. B. systemic circulation. C. pulmonary circulation. D. pleural circulation. 5. The mitral valve is one of the two semilunar valves. True False 6. What type of antigens are present in Type O blood? A. A only B. B only C. both A and B D. neither A nor B 7. The prostaglandin, thromboxane A 2 , stimulates A. vasodilation. B. platelet aggregation. C. platelet repelling. D. vasoconstriction. 8. What causes the semilunar valves to close? A. higher pressure in the ventricles than in the atria B. higher pressure in the aorta and pulmonary trunk than in the ventricles C. higher pressure in the atria than in the ventricles D. higher pressure in the ventricles than aorta and pulmonary trunk
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9. The lymphatic system is part of the circulatory system. True False 10. Damage to tissues stimulates the activation of the ______________ blood clotting pathway. A. complement B. hemophilic C. intrinsic D. extrinsic 11. Inhibiting gastric function would stimulate A. iron-deficiency anemia. B. pernicious anemia. C. aplastic anemia. D. leukemia. 12. Medications that are used to treat arrhythmias may use which of the following mechanisms? A. block β -adrenergic receptors. B. block fast Na + channels. C. block slow Ca 2+ channels. D. All of the choices are correct. 13. Bipolar limb lead three uses the A. left and right arms. B. left arm and left leg. C. right arm and left leg. D. left arm and right leg. 14. Iron is transported in the blood by the protein A. globin. B. fibrinogen. C. transferrin. D. albumin. 15. The process of blood cell formation is A. leukocytosis. B. polycythemia. C. hematopoiesis. D. hemogenesis. 16. Closure of the atrioventricular valves occurs at the end of diastole/beginning of systole. True False 17. The __________ drains lymph into the left subclavian vein. A. left lymphatic duct B. common lymphatic duct C. thoracic duct D. subclavian duct
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18. Which blood globulin is an antibody that helps fight infection? A. alpha globulin B. beta globulin C. gamma globulin D. None of the choices is correct. 19. Which of the following does NOT inhibit platelet aggregation? A. nitric oxide B. prostacyclin C. von Willebrand's factor D. CD39 20. How does hepcidin function in iron homeostasis?
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