67: The Heart Quiz

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  1. The word root “pulmo” is always associated with the lungs.1
  2. The inside of the heart contains lots of “strings.” What do these strings do?1
  3. What is the name of the membrane bag that surrounds the heart?1
  4. The heart is actual two separate pumps sitting side by side.1
  5. The definition of a “vein” is that it carries blood that is low in oxygen.1
  6. Which blood vessel looks like a giant arch going over the top of the heart?1
  7. What is the technical term for phase of the cardiac cycle when the chambers are contracting?1
  8. What do the coronary arteries do?1
  9. What does the SA node do?1
  10. Which chambers have a semilunar valve at the top?1
  11. What does the word root “brachio” mean?1
  12. Another name for the tricuspid valve is the mitral valve.1
  13. Where does the blood from the pulmonary arteries go?1
  14. Which of these blood vessels brings low-oxygen blood from the body into the heart?1
  15. The contraction of the chambers is what makes the lub dub sound of the heart beat.1
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