Question;Question 1 of 303.33/ 3.33 PointsA(n) _________ is a clot that remains at its origin place of formation, but if it breaks away it becomes a(n) ____________. A.Embolus, stroke B.Thrombus, embolus C.Thrombus, stroke D.Embolus, heart attack E.Embolus, thrombusFeedback:Good job!Question 2 of 303.33/ 3.33 PointsThe part of the circulation involved with carrying blood to and from the lungs is the: A.ECG circuit B.Microcirculation circuit C.Systemic circuit D.Pulmonary circuit E.Internal respiration circuitFeedback:Well done!Question 3 of 303.33/ 3.33 PointsThis figure shows the anatomy of a capillary bed. What does "b" represent? A.Arteriole B.Precapillary sphincter C.Artery D.Venule E.VeinFeedback:Good job!Question 4 of 303.33/ 3.33 PointsIf you were studying the oxygen-transporting pigment which has a copper-containing heme group, you would be studying which of the following? A.Chlorocruorin B.Hemocyanin C.Hemothrombin D.Hemophil E.HemoglobinFeedback:Well done!Question 5 of 303.33/ 3.33 PointsThis figure shows the anatomy of a capillary bed. What does "c" represent? A.Precapillary sphincter B.Arteriole C.Venule D.Vein E.ArteryFeedback:Well done!Part 2 of 8 -13.32/ 16.65 PointsQuestion 6 of 303.33/ 3.33 PointsWhich of the following diseases is responsible for destroying or damaging T cells in the human body? A.Cytomegalovirus B.Shingles C.Kaposi sarcoma D.HIV E.CandidiasisFeedback:Well done!Question 7 of 303.33/ 3.33 PointsHow could an individual contract HIV? A.Sex with an infected person B.Casual kissing or hugging C.Toilet seats D.Sharing drinking glasses or food E.Casual contact in the workplaceFeedback:Well done!Question 8 of 303.33/ 3.33 PointsA biologist is studying an immediate system wide allergic response that occurs because the allergen enters the bloodstream. Based on this information you would conclude that he or she is studying: A.Anaphylactic shock B.Autoimmune disorders C.Histamine response D.Plasma cell response E.Delayed allergic responseFeedback:Good job!Question 9 of 300.0/ 3.33 PointsWhich of the following is not considered a phagocyte? A.Eosinophils B.Dendritic cells C.Macrophages D.B cells E.NeutrophilsFeedback:B cells are not phagocytes. They do not play a role in innate immunity, rather, they function in adaptive immunity.Question 10 of 303.33/ 3.33 PointsWhich type of T cell coordinates the immune response? A.Helper T cells B.Memory T cells C.Suppressor T cells D.Cytotoxic T cells E.IgT cellsFeedback:Good job!Part 3 of 8 -13.32/ 16.65 PointsQuestion 11 of 300.0/ 3.33 PointsWhich of the following would not be associated with the human mouth? A.Chemical and mechanical digestion B.Teeth C.The uvula D.The hard and soft palate E.MicrovilliFeedback:Microvilli are found in the small intestines.Question 12 of 303.33/ 3.33 PointsFood is prevented from entering the trachea by the: A.Pharynx B.Larynx C. Epiglottis D.Glottis E.Sphincter muscleFeedback:Well done!Question 13 of 303.33/ 3.33 PointsThe correct function of the human stomach is: A.To produce highly basic fluids to kill most bacteria B.Primary site for water absorption C.Storage of food and mixing with digestive fluids to begin chemical digestion D.Promote bacterial fermentation E.To begin the absorption of most small food moleculesFeedback:Well done!Question 14 of 303.33/ 3.33 PointsIf you were studying the minerals which are consumed in excess by many people, you would be studying which of the following? A.Phosphorus B.Calcium C.Magnesium D.Iron E.SodiumFeedback:Good job!Question 15 of 303.33/ 3.33 PointsMuscles that encircle tubes and act as valves are called: A.Sphincters B.Dilators C.Lacteals D.Constrictors E.MucosaFeedback:Well done!Part 4 of 8 -16.65/ 16.65 PointsQuestion 16 of 303.33/ 3.33 PointsThe muscles of diving aquatic mammals, such as whales, seals, and dolphins, are full of the respiratory pigment A.oxyhemoglobin. B.myoglobin. C.carbaminohemoglobin. D.hemoglobin. E.carbonic anhydrase.Feedback:Well done!Question 17 of 303.33/ 3.33 PointsIf you were studying the structure that prevents food from entering the respiratory system you would be studying which of the following? A.Epiglottis B.Larynx C.Alveoli D. Glottis E.PharynxFeedback:Well done!Question 18 of 303.33/ 3.33 PointsA biologist is studying the form by which most of the carbon dioxide is transported in the plasma. Based on this information you would conclude that he or she is studying which of the following? A.Gas bubbles B.Carbon monoxide C.Carbaminohemoglobin D.Oxyhemoglobin E.Bicarbonate ionsFeedback:Good job!Question 19 of 303.33/ 3.33 PointsThis figure shows the anatomy of the human respiratory tract. What does "e" represent? A.The epiglottis B.The pharynx C.A bronchiole D.The trachea E.The larynxFeedback:Well done!Question 20 of 303.33/ 3.33 PointsAortic and carotid bodies are: A.The same as the SA and AV nodes B.Present in the lungs C.Sensitive to oxygen changes D.Sensitive to changes in carbon dioxide and hydrogen ions in the blood E.Types of valves in the heartFeedback:Good job!Part 5 of 8 -3.33/ 6.66 PointsQuestion 21 of 300.0/ 3.33 PointsHow could you access the patient?s medical history chart? A.Click on the patient B.Scroll down from the monitor and select that option C.Click on the monitor D.Look at the data table under the patient numberFeedback:Clicking on the individual patient brings up his/her medical chart.Question 22 of 303.33/ 3.33 PointsIf a patient?s systolic and diastolic measurements were considered hypertensive, what happened? A.The numbers displayed on the monitor were red B.An arrow appeared above the monitor C.A beeping sound was emitted as you dragged the mouse across the patient D.The numbers flashed on the monitorFeedback:Good job!Part 6 of 8 -9.99/ 9.99 PointsQuestion 23 of 303.33/ 3.33 PointsWhile the pressure in the cuff is released gradually the practitioner should do what first? A.Assess the level of discomfort of the patient B.Observe when the patient?s arm turns blue C.Note when the sounds of the blood flow disappear D.Note when the sounds of blood flow first appearFeedback:Good job!Question 24 of 303.33/ 3.33 PointsThe pressure reading on the sphygmomanometer when the sounds first appear is the _________ blood pressure and the reading when the sounds disappear is the _______ blood pressure. A.Diastolic, systolic B.Systematic, resting C.Metastolic, megastolic D.Systolic, diastolicFeedback:Good job!Question 25 of 303.33/ 3.33 PointsWhich of the following is not true about a person?s blood pressure? A.It can vary from one person to another. B.It can vary according to several risk factors. C.It can be measured routinely. D.It is stable throughout one?s life time.Feedback:Good job!Part 7 of 8 -9.99/ 9.99 PointsQuestion 26 of 303.33/ 3.33 PointsThe data from the blood pressure lab simulation shows that as a group females: A.Experience a decreased systolic and diastolic pressure with age B.Experience increased systolic and decreased diastolic pressure with age C.Have relatively constant blood pressure with age D.Experience increased systolic and diastolic pressure with ageFeedback:Good job!Question 27 of 303.33/ 3.33 PointsThe highest systolic blood pressure was exhibited by which group? A.Females, 45 ? 54 years B.Females, 25 ? 34 years C.Males, 45 -55 years D.Males, 25 ? 34 yearsFeedback:Good job!Question 28 of 303.33/ 3.33 PointsThe fewest cases of hypertension occurred in what age bracket for both males and females? A.25 ? 34 years B.18 ? 24 years C.35 ? 44 years D.11 ? 17 yearsFeedback:Good job!Part 8 of 8 -6.66/ 6.66 PointsQuestion 29 of 303.33/ 3.33 PointsDid you notice any correlations between the four factors assessed in the lab of diet, lack of exercise, genetics, or alcohol use and blood pressure?Question 30 of 303.33/ 3.33 PointsDiscuss any differences in male versus female blood pressure. Were they similar or different? Did the similarities or differences change based on age?
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