Intro to Medical Science

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  1. Thrombus is?
    a. is a blood clot

    b. a traveling blood clot
    a. is a blood clot
  2. Embolus is?
    a. is a blood clot

    b. a traveling blood clot
    b. a traveling blood clot
  3. An aneurysum is?
    a. a real strong blood vessel walls

    b. a weakening of blood vessel walls
    b. a weakening of blood vessel walls
  4. HTN is?
    a. hypertension

    b. non- hypertension
    a. hypertension
  5. Heart block is?
    a. it is when the conduction system of the heart fails

    b. it is when the conduction system of the heart continues pumping
    a. it is when the conduction system of the heart fails
  6. Erythrocytes is?
    A. reb blood cells- carries O2 to the cells
    B. WBCs help fight infections
    C. deficiency in # of platelets
    D. platelets- aid in blood clotting
    A. red blood cells- carriers O2 to the cells
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  7. Thrombocytes is?
    A. reb blood cells- carries O2 to the cells
    B. platelets- aid in blood clotting
    C. WBCs help fight infections
    D. deficiency in # of platelets
    B. platelets- aid in blood clotting
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  8. Leukocytes is?
    a. reb blood cells- carries O2 to the cells
    b. platelets- aid in blood clotting
    c . WBCs help fight infections
    d. deficiency in # of platelets
    c. WBCs help fight infections
  9. Polycythemia is?
    A. WBCs help fight infections d. deficiency in # of platelets
    B. platelets- aid in blood clotting
    C. excessive RBC count (can be caused by tumorous condition or in the case of secondary polycythemia is due to living in hight altitudes
    D. reb blood cells- carries O2 to the cells
    C. excessive RBC count (can be caused by tumorous condition or in the case of secondary polycythemia is due to living in hight altitudes
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  10. Thrombocytopenia is?
    A. deficiency in # of platelets
    B. reb blood cells- carries O2 to the cells
    C. platelets- aid in blood clotting
    D. WBCs help fight infections d. deficiency in # of platelets
    E. excessive RBC count (can be caused by tumorous condition or in the case of secondary polycythemia is due to living in hight altitudes
    A. deficiency in # of platelets
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  11. Leukocytosis is?
    A. WBCs help fight infections d. deficiency in # of platelets
    B. reb blood cells- carries O2 to the cells
    C. platelets- aid in blood clotting
    D. increase in the number of leukocytes (etiology: bacterial infection)
    E. excessive RBC count (can be caused by tumorous condition or in the case of secondary polycythemia is due to living in hight altitudes
    D. increase in the number of leukocytes (etiology: bacterial infection)
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  12. The etiology of Pernicious is?
    A. failure of bone marrow
    B. the # of RBCs are adequate but the amount of HGB per cell is reduced
    C. Rupturing of RBCs
    D. lack of intrinsic factor which aids in the absorptio of B12 (which helps form RBCs)
    D. lack of intrinsic factor which aids in the absorptio of B12 (which helps form RBCs)
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  13. The etiology of Hemoytic is?
    A. lack of intrinsic factor which aids in the absorptio of B12 (which helps form RBCs)
    B. Rupturing of RBCs
    C. failure of bone marrow
    D. the # of RBCs are adequate but the amount of HGB per cell is reduced
    B. Rupturing of RBCs
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  14. The etiology of Aplastic is?
    A. lack of intrinsic factor which aids in the absorptio of B12 (which helps form RBCs)
    B. Rupturing of RBCs
    C. the # of RBCs are adequate but the amount of HGB per cell is reduced
    D. failure of bone marrow
    D. failure of bone marrow
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  15. The etiology of Hypochromic is?
    A. failure of bone marrow
    B. lack of intrinsic factor which aids in the absorptio of B12 (which helps form RBCs)
    C. Rupturing of RBCs
    D. the # of RBCs are adequate but the amount of HGB per cell is reduced
    D. the # of RBCs are adequate but the amount of HGB per cell is reduced
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  16. Coronary arteries means?
    a. blood veins supply oxygenated blood to the heart
    b. blood vessels which supply oxygenated blood to the heart
    b. blood vessels which supply oxygenated blood to the heart
  17. CAD means?
    Coronary Artery Disease
  18. Heart attack is known as a myocardial infarction and is?
    a. composed of cardiac muscle cells and is responsible for the contraction of the heart chambers
    b. composed of heart muscle cells and is responsible for the contraction of the pulmonary viens
    a. composed of cardiac muscle cells and is responsible for the contraction of the heart chambers
  19. Angina pectoris is?
    a. pain and pressure felt in the chest that results from ischemia
    b. pain and pressure felt in the legs that results from poor blood circulation
    a. pain and pressure felt in the chest that results from ischemia
  20. How does nitroglycerin work?
    A. vasodilates the veins
    B. vasodilates the arteriers
    C. helps with the pumping of the heart
    A. vasodilates the arteriers
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  21. Diuretics is a?
    treatment
  22. How does angioplasty work?
    a. used to open a partly closed coronary artery by inserting a balloon tipped catheter into the femoral artery, guiding it to the heart and into the affected area
    b. used toopen a partly occluded coronary artery by inserting a balloon tipped catheter into the femoral artery, guiding it to the heart and into the affected area
    b. used toopen a partly occluded coronary artery by inserting a balloon tipped catheter into the femoral artery, guiding it to the heart and into the affected area
  23. Congestive Heart Failure. The right side heart failure does?
    a. it is when blood flows from the right ventricle into the vena cava
    b. it is when blood backs up from the left ventricle into the pulmonary veins and lungs (it backs up)
    a. it is when blood flows from the right ventricle into the vena cava
  24. Congestive Heart Failure. The left sided of the heart failure does?
    a. it is when blood flows from the right ventricle into the vena cava
    b. it is when blood backs up from the left ventricle into the pulmonary veins and lungs (it backs up)
    b. it is when blood backs up from the left ventricle into the pulmonary veins and lungs (it backs up)
  25. A heart murmur is the result of blood leaking through an incompetent valve and?
    a. has leaking around the heart
    b. has leaking around the valves
    b. has leaking around the valves
  26. Rheumatic heart disease is an autoimmune diease and?
    A. in a result of the disease it has a reaction between bacteria antigens and a person's own antibodies
    B. in a result of the disease it has a reaction between stapylococci antigens and a person's own antibodies
    C. in a result of the disease it has a reaction between streptococcal antigens and a person's own antibodies
    C. in a result of the disease it has a reaction between streptococcal antigens and a person's own antibodies
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)

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