As promised this is part II of the practice quiz for the phlebotomy chapter. A continuous review of chapters as you cover them is perfect to keep your knowledge fresh. Being that this is a continuation to the series of quizzes, do ensure you keep an eye out the quiz that helps you review chapter 4 and the others. All the best!
Questions and Answers
What is the name for developing cells and makeup of 1% of the red blood cells in the circulatory system?
What is the life span of red blood cells?
An iron-containing pigment which gives red blood cells their color and able to bind oxygen...
What are the 4 chambers of the heart?
Collects blood returning to the heart...
Propels it forward to lower chambers...
Valves in veins, Gravity, and ___________ can influence blood pressure at different places of the body.
The last small branches of the arterial system and can dilate and contract depending on how much oxygen the tissue needs.
Blood needs to remain in the vessels, and pathogens must be kept out of the system, what is the chemical reaction that takes place near sites of vascular injury to protect vessel walls?
Coagulation is also referred to as...
Removable of old and defective cells takes place in the plasma membrane and at the same rate as the production of cells
What are the three main types of tissues of the heart, which form 3 layers?
________ is vital in fight or flight scenarios; this is how the body responds to stress.
Another critical hormone secreted by the pituitary is the ________
Arteries carry oxygenated blood away from the heart with the exception _________ and _______
Main arteries are...
Blood vessels can also be grouped into _________ and _________.
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