Great for doctors and med students, these flash cards cover blood flow through the heart.
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|The liquid part of the blood is called
|The medical term for the blood cells that are necessary for blood clotting is:
|RBC's are darker red when they are filled with:
|Which one is the heart chamber to first receive blood from the body's tissues?
|The large veins which return blood to the heart after the blood has circulated throughout the body are:
|the superior and inferior vena cava
|The pulmonary artery carries deoxygenated blood from the:
|R ventricle to the lungs
|Medical term for a blood clot
|Blood cells that help transport O2 to the body's tissues
|Defect in a heart valve
|Slow heart rate <60 bpm
|Recording of the electrical activity of the heart
|Localized mass of blood
|Medical term that means a decrease in number of WBC's
|Medical term that means an increase in number of WBC's
|Condition where there is a decreased number of RBC's
|Process of blood clotting
|Blood cells that protect the body against disease and infection
|Fast heart rate >100bpm
|The heart is located in the _________cavity
|The SA node is called the ______ of the heart
|The second heart sound is _________and is caused by the closure of the _______valves.
|dupp, semilunar valves
|The first heart sound is ___ and is caused by closure of the __ valves
|lubb, tricuspid and mitral valves
|What is erythropoiesis?
|Development of RBC's
|In what two main areas of the body does Erythropoiesis?
|Red bone marrow and lymphatic tissue
|What is the myocardium?
|cardiac muscle tissue
|What artery supplies blood to the myocardium?