What commonly happens diagnostically at the radial artery a A blood sample

What commonly happens diagnostically at the radial

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54.What commonly happens diagnostically at the radial artery?a.A blood sample indicates the hematocrit.b.Blood pressure is determined.c.The pulse is determined.d.The ECG is recorded.ANS: C55.Which of the following is caused by the vibrations of the blood vessel walls and reflects heart rate?56.Which of the following is true?
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57.Which of the following is true of the tunica media?58.Which of the following best describes an artery?a.Blood vessel that always carries oxygenated bloodb.Blood vessel that is always color-coded redc.Blood vessel that contains valves ensuring the flow of blood from the arterial to thevenous circulationd.Blood vessel that carries blood away from the heartANS: D59.These blood vessels are the smallest and most numerous and are composed of a single layer ofendothelium.60.The capillaries are color-coded red to purple to blue, thereby reflecting61.The function of the arterioles is directly related to the62.Which of the following represents a correct direction of blood flow?a.Capillaries to arterioles to venules
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b.Arteries to arterioles to venules to capillariesc.Capillaries to venules to veinsd.Arteries to veins to venules to capillariesANS: C63.Which of the following blood vessels can withstand the highest blood pressure?
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