Neuro system by admin_massage2 | Nov 25, 2021 | 0 comments Welcome to your Cardiovascular system 1. The outer layer of the heart wall is called the?Deselect AnswerPericardiumMyocardiumSino artrialEndocardium 2. Where do capillaries arise from?Deselect AnswerArteriolesArteriesVenulesVeins 3. What is the function of thrombocytes?Deselect AnswerTransport of nutrientsProtect the body from infectionBlood clottingSolvent in the blood 4. Erythrocytes are?Deselect AnswerCells that fight infectionCells that transport oxygen as oxyhaemoglobinCells responsible for blood clottingCells that form collagen 5. When you are looking at a diagram of the heart, the upper left chamber is called?Deselect AnswerLeft ventricleRight atriaRight ventricleLeft atria 6. The function of monocytes is to?Deselect AnswerProtect the body from infectionTransport oxygen as oxyhaemoglobinDefend the system against micro-organismsEat bacteria and other micro-organisms 7. What artery supplies the head and neck?Deselect Answera) The common carotidb) Sphenic arteryc) Maxillary arteryd) Jugular artery 8. Hypertension is another term for?Deselect AnswerLow blood pressureHigh blood pressureHeart attackAngina 9. What is the function of leucocytes?Deselect AnswerBlood clottingTo fight infectionTo transport waste productsRegulate body temperature 10. The four plasma proteins are as follows?Deselect AnswerAlbumin, globulin, fibrinogen and prothrombinPotassium, globulin, albumin and prothrombinAlbumin, potassium, fibrinogen and prothrombinIodine, prothrombin, fibrinogen and albumin 11. Blood returns from the lungs into which heart chamber?Deselect AnswerLeft atriaLeft ventricleRight atriaRight ventricle 12. The blood is pushed from the left atrium into the left ventricle through?Deselect AnswerMicuspid valveTricuspid valveBicuspid valveSeptum 13. The pulmonary artery?Deselect AnswerCarries deoxygenated blood to the lungsCarries oxygenated blood to the lungsCarry deoxygenated blood from the heart to the bodyCarry oxygenated blood from the heart to the body 14. The function of capillaries includes?Deselect AnswerTo distribute essential oxygen and nutrients to most parts of the bodyTo carry deoxygenated blood from the capillaries to the larger veinsTo relax and dilate providing a large blood supply to an active organTo carry oxygenated blood to the larger veins 15. A Haemorrhage occurs when?Deselect AnswerWhen a capillary bleedsNo blood clot formsWhen a blood clot is formedWhen there is high blood pressure 16. What type of blood can be given to patients with any blood group?Deselect AnswerType ABType AType BType 0 17. Anaemia can be defined as follows?Deselect AnswerA reduction in the blood’s ability to carry oxygenA reduction in white blood cellsAn increase in the production of erythrocytesThe inability of the blood to clot 18. A cancer of the blood is?Deselect AnswerSepticaemiaLeukaemiaAnaemiaThrombus 19. Where are the erythrocytes broken down?Deselect AnswerIn the pancreasIn the kidneysIn the lymphIn the spleen 20. What are the characteristics of arteries?Deselect AnswerThey have thick walls and a small lumenThey have thin walls and a small lumenThey have thin walls and a thin lumenThey have thin walls and a large lumen 21. Which chamber of the heart does oxygenated blood return to?Deselect AnswerRight atriumLeft atriumRight ventricleLeft ventricle 22. Another term for a heartbeat is?Deselect AnswerSystolic pressureDiastollic pressureCardiac cyclePulse 23. What protein gives blood its red colour?Deselect AnswerFibrinogenHaemoglobinAlbuminPlatelets 24. Which chamber of the heart does the heartbeat begin?Deselect AnswerLeft ventricleRight atriumRight ventricleLeft Atrium 25. What is the rhesus factor?Deselect AnswerAn antigen found in white blood cellsAn antigen found in red blood cells of most peopleAn antigen found in white blood cells of all animalsAn antigen found in red blood cells of most people and animals 26. Haemophilia is another term for?Deselect AnswerA blood clot in the heart or vesselsBlood poisoningCancer of the bloodThe blood’s inability to clot 27. AIDS stands for?Deselect AnswerAcquired immune deficiency syndromeAcquired immune disease syndromeAnaemic immune disease syndromeAnaemic immune deficiency syndrome 28. The inner layer of the heart wall is called?Deselect AnswerSino-artrialMyocardiumEndocardiumPericardium 29. What is atherosclerosis?Deselect AnswerLoss of elasticity from the arterial walls causing an increase in blood pressureBlood poisoningLow blood pressureA build up of fats, including cholesterol, inside the arteres 30. What is the function of venules?Deselect AnswerTo carry deoxygenated blood from the capillaries to the larger veinsTo carry deoxygenated blood from the larger veins to the capillariesTo carry oxygenated blood from the capillaries to the larger veinsTo carry oxygenated blood from the larger veins to the capillaries Please fill in the comment box below. Time is Up! Time's up Submit a Comment Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.