Anatomy & Physiology 2 Lab, Final Quiz

Questions are short answer or identification; some may require calculations
Please submit your answers, showing calculations, in an e-mail to c.moxey@charter.net
 no later than 2359 Saturday, 21 July
Be sure to include your full name and last four digits of your id-number

Blood Pressure | Electrocardiogram | Thoracic Anatomy | Endocrine System Histology | Heart Anatomy

 

Blood Pressure

1.  

Define diastolic blood pressure.

2.  

Given a blood pressure of 125/80, what is the mean arterial pressure?

3.  

Assuming a stroke volume output of 70 ml at rest that increases by 20% after exercise, and a heart rate of 60 at rest and 125 following exercise, calculate the cardiac output standing at rest and immediately after exercise.

4.  

The specific gravity of mercury 13.6 times that of water. If your blood pressure were 110/70 mm Hg, what would that be in cm H20?
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Electrocardiogram

5.  

When the electrode pads are placed on the subject, where is the positive electrode placed?

6.  

You can calculate your heart rate in two ways. First, you could simply count the number of pulses for a given time period and adjust that to the number of pulses per minute. Or, you could measure the cycle time of the cardiac cycle. If you measure the cycle time to be 0.575 sec, what is the heart rate?

7.  

What does the P-wave of the ECG represent?
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Thoracic Anatomy

10.  

Identify the following structures in this dissection of the canine thorax:
     diaphragm, heart, lung, trachea

 

C

 

D

 

B

 

A

 

 

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Endocrine System Histology

12.  

Using these pictures as your guide, be able to identify the specified endocrine system organs. Your choices are thyroid gland, adrenal gland, pancreatic islets, pituitary gland.

   
A


   
B


    These images are borrowed from the Blue Histology,
    School of Anatomy and Human Biology — The University of Western Australia.

 

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Sheep Heart Anatomy

13.  

Identify the labelled structures:
     External view, front of heart
          L ventricle, pulmonary trunk, R ventricle



     Dissection of R atrium and ventricle
          chordae tendineae, moderator band, papillary muscle, tricuspid valve



     Dissection of L atrium and ventricle
          aortic semilunar valves, chordae tendineae, mitral valve,
          pectinate muscles, ventricular myocardium


 

 

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