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Published by: Nur Hamizah Md Fuzi on Dec 26, 2012
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1.In transmission of the impulses causing the heart to beat, the impulses passfrom the bundle of His to the:A.Visceral pericardiumB.Purkinje fiber of ventricleC.Atrioventricular node of the ventricular septumD.Nodes of Ranvier2.Which of the following is/are true?A.The force of contraction of the left ventricle is greater than that of theright ventricleB.The lowest velocity of blood flow occurs in the capillariesC.The atrioventricular node is the typical site at which the electrical activityoccurring in the atria can be conducted to the ventriclesD.All of the aboveE.None of the above3.If an individual has a heart rate of 150, what is the amount of time it takes tocomplete one heart beat?A.0.4 secondsB.0.8 secondsC.8 secondsD.150 secondsE.60 seconds4.In a resting individual, which is true?A.Sympathetic stimulation of the heart is dominantB.Parasympathetic stimulation of the heart is dominantC.Neither is dominant
D.The balance between the two determines which is dominant.5.As the heart rate increases, the time available for filling the ventricles of theheart, called diastolic filling isA.IncreasedB.DecreasedC.Not affectedD.Stable, does not change6.What part of the ventricle contract first in the cardiac cycle?A.Atrioventricular valvesB.Ventricular septumC.Lateral walls of ventriclesD.Lower or apical portions of the ventricles7.Blood flows directly into the ventricles from the atria duringA.Early atrial systole and late ventricular diastoleB.Late atrial systole and early ventricular systoleC.Early atrial diastole and late ventricular systoleD.All of the above8.The “lubb-dup” sounds have practical clinical value because they provide infoconcerning theA.Strength of arterial contractionsB.Power of the papillary musclesC.Efficiency of heart valvesD.Closure of foramen ovaleE.All of the above
9.Pressure in the atria is greater than pressure in the ventricles duringA.Atrial diastoleB.Atrial systoleC.Late ventricular diastoleD.All of the aboveE.B and C only10.Which one of the following structures listed is passed thirdly by a drop of blood starting at the left atrium?A.Left ventricleB.Coronary sinusC.Bicuspid valveD.Right atrium11.Arterial blood pressure could be decreased byA.An increase in cardiac outputB.An increase in venous returnC.An increase in peripheral resistanceD.All of the aboveE.None of the above12.The electrical conduction system in the heart (is)A.Innervated by somatic nervous systemB.Capable of generating its own heart beat and regulating its own heart ratewithout other nerve influencesC.Influenced greatly by the degree of venous return

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