2004_Cardiovascular - BIOM507 Physiology#2 Student Test...

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Unformatted text preview: BIOM507 Physiology #2 Student Test Report On ExamTwo 1 A Course #: BIOM507Physio Instructor: Dr. Greene Course Title: BIOM507 Physiology Description: Muscle Physiology Day/Time: Biomd 3/15/04 Term/Year: Spn‘ng Student Name“ Student 1]): 970790 Code: EXAMTWO1: V __ H o Respoflsé <dash> correct response <#> multiple marks <spaoe> no response DescnPuOm <alphabet> student's incorrect response <"> bonus test item _m-—_ 1. According to Poiseuille’s Law: increasing the pressure from one end of a vessel to another will increase flow rate b. the radius of a vessel has no effect on flow rate through the vessel . . c. as the radius of a vessel increases the flow rate through the vessel Will also increase (1. the flow rate measured in mls/min is greater through capillary beds than through the veins into which they empty e. none of the above 2. The baroreceptor response to a decrease in systolic pressure results in a. decreased sympatheticmgggtggL @ an increase in action potentials in the IX nerve (Wed) 0. an increase in X nerve (vagal) activity % d. a decrease in heart rate e. none of the above 2: Use the diagram below to answer questions 3-8. g . 310° Mnicorassura : eo— ‘ — E 3 "5°" 3, 40 5 2°" V Airfalp'm" 0* Venlneubf' museum Ema Ventricularm m 1M 5 so ' I) V s so; Electrocardogr‘ am WMmr V 3. During isovolumetric relaxation phase of ventricular systole: a o[[9, )( o\ 5 A? ventricular volume increases A {0&0 A9), bf ventricular volume decreases \S") M?“ e aortic valve is closed . the P wave of the ECG occurs e. none of the above 4. Caused by sudden closure of the atrioventricular valves: ‘ )1 B. 2 ‘C. 3 D. 4 E. none of the above 5. During isovolumetric ventricular contraction phase of the cardiac systole the AV valves are filmed and the pulmonary valves are 6%,?) : LOpen, Open . Open, Closed 3 Closed, Open a Closed , Closed e. none of the above 6. Duringlisovolumetn'c ventriculanicontraction: 3: rapid filling of the ventricles occurs ® no blood enters or leaves the ventricles c. the maximum amount of blood is ejected the maximum rate of ejection occurs e. none of the above 7. The time during which the ventricles are filling: a. during the p wave E the interval between the S and the T waves c. during the T wave (1. the interval between the Rand S waves @ the interval between the T and R waves 8. The time between cardiac cycles: W M l a. during the p wave ‘ WW h» during theQRS complex ‘ , X S «\4 c during the T wave \0(9/ (9/ L» J) I) the interval between the P and R waves 0’ 0 \y o (S the interval between the T and P waves /* M \0 9. Starling’s law of theyheart can be statedfls: We end diastolic volume of the heart, W the 131' Ber 13 the workmgheart does and vice versa._ is ~~--~~-~ “flaw” 5‘ I - \M‘. M,“ ' a change in the stroke volume produces premature vengculanconttactinns [l a change in end diastolic volume produces damage W ‘ _ , go the bylepgtdéflylsfiyg§mlmtnte contraction change in end diastolic volume produéé‘s’fa' change in the stroke volume none of the above 10. The time during which the wave of depolarization is traveling through the AV nod : Li“ a. during the p wave , DP‘ \B h. during the QRS complex we“ & k?" c. during the T wave ' ’ . ml 3 the interval between the Pand R waves OWN I M 9 by? v the interval between the Tand P waves (“pm 7) W rater 11. Cardiac output is equal to: a. left ventricular filling time b. left ventricular filling time X heart rate c. diastoliE blood pressure Lstrpke volgnge V' . diastolic blogglpressgrgagpulse pressure rearer-g W-m _..._ . -«.w¢u/:~:”-:o: nu-..» - none fifth’efibow" 12. Ventricular depolarization occurs: ’ — during the wave Q during the a 'RS complex ‘. during the wave . the interval between the Pandfi waves e. the interval between theiandtl’ waves w—~,. 13. Which of the following normally acts as the pacemaker for the heart? 3“ A Purkinjeflbers War node ©sinoanial node . Bundle of His E. none of the above 14. Blood flows through the cgmnary circulation; mainly during ventricular s (stole mainly during ventricular almost equally during ventricular systole. and (gaggle d. only during ventricular isovolumetric contraction X when the aonicnxalxes are open W " 15. The pressure measured in an...“ q, ~~~.=r—Av"'o~naw'—~ ‘ H. systolic pressure © diastolic pressure . pulse pressure . mean pressure ’ none of the above 16. As the cross-secti ‘ f the vascular tree 21. increases, increases b. decreases, decreases increases, decreases . decreases, increases e: increases, remains the same the arteries just before the next ventricular ejection of blood is: \w .4 --—- me-~ \u , the velocity of blood flow : LSH:%I‘:J7L 17. In a normal limb with the individual in the up-right posture: a. muscle contraction blocks the flow from the arteries into the veins by compressing the veins b. immediately after contraction the pressure in the veins falls to zero c. the valves in the veins prevent back pressure - immediately after muscle contraction of the pressure on the arterial side is raised. ‘) ll of the above ...
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This test prep was uploaded on 04/08/2008 for the course PHYS 500 taught by Professor Greene during the Spring '06 term at Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine.

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