HPRS 2301 PATHOPHYSIOLOGY
Exam #3 will cover only Chapter 12 and will be comprised of 65 questions.
Normal A & P
Explain what the P wave and the QRS complex on the ECG represent.
P wave: atrial depolarization and contracti
Unit 2 Activity
Chapter 2. FLUID, ELECTROLYTE, AND ACID-BASE IMBALANCES
1. Intracellular fluid is fluid contained within the cells. Extracellular fluid includes all
fluids outside the cells, such as blood, interstitial fluid, CSF,
UNIT #4 EXAM
What is the typical change in blood pressure with increased intracranial pressure?
Increased diastolic pressure
Decreasing systolic pressure
Systolic and diastolic pressures decreasing proportionate
GLASS OVERVIEW of DISEASE PROCESSES & FUNDAMENTAL
What is the difference between pathology and pathophysiology?
Pathology and pathophysiology have large areas in common, and the distinction between
them is mo
Unit 3 Activity
Chapter 10: Blood and Circulatory System Disorders
1. Substances transported in the blood and their functions follow: oxygen: cell metabolism and
energy; hormones: cell metabolism; glucose, amino acids, and other nutrients: