Cardiovascular practice

Cardiovascular practice - 1. A large vein in the leg of an...

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1. A large vein in the leg of an accident victim is cut and the person loses 1 liter of blood. The pressure in her veins will: a. increase b. decrease c. remain unchanged 2. Arterial blood flows through an organ of the body at a constant rate. If the metabolic activity of that organ is decreased , the amount of oxygen in each ml of blood leaving the organ in the vein will: a. increase b. decrease c. remain unchanged 3. The ventricle fills: a. only when the atrium contracts b. only when the pressure in the ventricle is less than the pressure in the atrium c. only when the papillary muscles contract and open the A-V valve 4. When the heart beats: a. the right and left ventricles pump the same volume of blood each beat b. the right ventricle pumps less blood each beat than does the left ventricle c. the right ventricle pumps more blood each beat than does the left ventricle 5. The blood pressure in the capillaries is ______ the blood pressure in the arterioles. a.
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This note was uploaded on 04/07/2008 for the course BIO 313 taught by Professor Brice during the Spring '08 term at Wisc La Crosse.

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Cardiovascular practice - 1. A large vein in the leg of an...

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