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1. The amount of blood pumped out of the heart per beat is:
a. stroke volume
b. cardiac output
c. cardiac index
d. ejection fraction
A
2. The formula for stroke volume is:
a. end-diastolic volume - end-systolic volume
b. end-diastolic volume - end-systolic volume x heart rate
c. cardiac output/body surface area
d. end-diastolic volume - end-systolic volume/end-diastolic volume
A
3. he units for stroke volume are:
a. cubic centimeters
b. liters per minute
c. liters per minute/meter squared
d. percentage
A
4. The normal range for stroke volume is:
a. 70cctol00cc
b. 4 1pm to 8 1pm
c. 2.4 lpm/m2 to 4.2 lpm/m2
d. 62%+12%
A
5. Stroke volume may be calculated by each of the following modalities except:
a. A-mode
b. M-mode
c. two-dimensional
d. cardiac Doppler
A
6. The amount of blood pumped out of the heart per minute is:
a. stroke volume
b. cardiac output
c. cardiac index
d. ejection fraction
B
7. The formula for cardiac output is:
a. end-diastolic volume - end-systolic volume
b. end-diastolic volume - end-systolic volume x heart rate
c. stroke volume x heart rate/body surface area
d. stroke volume end-diastolic volume x 100
B
8. The units for cardiac output are:
a. cubic centimeters
b. liters per minute
c. liters per minute/body surface area
d. percentage
B
9. The normal range for cardiac output is:
a. 70 cc to 100 cc
b. 4 1pm to 8 1pm
c. 2.4 lpm/m2 to 4.2 lpm/m2
d. 62% +12%
B
10. Cardiac output may be calculated by all of the following modalities except:
a. A-mode
b. M-mode
c. two-dimensional
d. cardiac Doppler
A
11. Cardiac output adjusted for body surface area is:
a. stroke volume
b. body surface area
c. cardiac index
d. ejection fraction
C
12. The formula for cardiac index is:
a. end-diastolic volume - end-systolic volume
b. end-diastolic volume - end-systolic volume x heart rate
c. stroke volume x heart rate/body surface area
d. stroke volume/end-diastolic volume
C
13. The units for cardiac index are:
a. cubic centimeters
b. liters per minute
c. liters per minute/meter squared
d. percentage
C
14. The normal range for cardiac index is:
a. 70cctol00cc
b. 4 1pm to 8 1pm
c. 2.4 lpm/m: to 4.2 lpm/m:
d. 62% +12%
C
15. All of the following modalities may calculate cardiac index except:
a. A-mode
b. M-mode
c. two-dimensional
d. cardiac Doppler
A
16. The percentage of blood pumped out of the heart per beat is:
a. stroke volume
b. cardiac output
c. cardiac index
d. ejection fraction
D
17. The formula for ejection fraction is:
a. end-diastolic volume - end-systolic volume
b. stroke volume x heart rate
c. stroke volume x heart rate/body surface area
d. stroke volume/end-diastolic volume x 100
D
18. Ejection fraction may be expressed as:
a. cubic centimeters
b. liters per minute
c. liters per minute/meter squared
d. a percentage
D
19. The normal range for ejection fraction is:
a. 70 cc to 100 cc
b. 4 1pm to 8 1pm
c. 2.4 lpm/nr to 4.2 lpm/m:
d. 62% ±12%
D
20. All of the following modalities may calculate ejection fraction except:
a. M-mode
b. two-dimensional
c. cardiac Doppler
d. multigated equilibrium study
C
21. The left ventricular outflow tract measures 2.0 cm. The time velocity integral is 15 cm. The
cardiac Doppler stroke volume is equal to:
a. 2.0 cm
b. 15 cm
c. 30 cc
d. 47 cc
D

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 Author: hoalan ID: 173990 Filename: 2313 Updated: 2012-09-28 01:31:53 Tags: 4D Folders: Description: 4D Show Answers:

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