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UNIVERSITY EXAMINATION 2018/2019YEAR I SEMESTER I EXAMINATION FOR THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OFSCIENCE IN NURSINGHBB 2103- Medical Physiology I Year I Sem I 2018Date:Thursday, 14thDecember 2018Time:8.30am10.30amINSTRUCTIONSSection A: Multiple choice questionsChoose any correct answer (1 Mark Each)1.Which of the following events may not occur due to haemorrhage?a)Increased blood volumeb)Increased arterial pressurec)All of the aboved)None of the above
2.Blood returning to the heart from the inferior vena cava would enter the:
3.The principal cation of the ECF is:
4.The selective permeability of the cell membrane is mainly due to:
5.Proteins of the cell membrane include the following except:a)Integral proteinsb)Protein pumpsc)Cellulosed)Channel
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6.The following are examples of a feed forward mechanism, which is not
7.A healthy person contains the following amount of ECF
8.The term ISF refers to
9.The following is false regarding the cell membranesa)Have a protein molecule present in their compositionb)They are freely permeable to electrolytes but not to proteinsc)C.Consists almost entirely of lipids and phospholipidsd)d.Have a stable composition throughout the life of the cell
10.Equivalents is used to measure
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