Assessment of Cardiovascular Function Quiz

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Assessment of Cardiovascular Function Quiz

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1. So that blood may flow from the right ventricle to the pulmonary artery, which of the following conditions is not required?

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2. Exercise stress testing is a noninvasive procedure that can be used to assess certain aspects of cardiac function. After the test, the patient is instructed to:

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3. The nurse who is caring for a patient with pericarditis understands that there is inflammation involving the:

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4. The coronary arteries arise from the:

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5. A nonmodifiable risk factor for atherosclerosis is:

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6. The intrinsic pacemaker rate of ventricular myocardial cells is:

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7. The difference between the systolic and the diastolic pressure is called the:

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8. Heart rate is stimulated by all of the following except:

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9. Postcatheterization nursing measures for a patient who has had a cardiac catheterization include:

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10. An example of a beta-blocker that is administered to decrease automaticity is:

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11. The first heart sound is generated by:

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12. The nurse assessing a patient for postural hypotension recognizes that the following is a positive sign:

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13. Stroke volume of the heart is determined by:

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14. The pacemaker for the entire myocardium is the:

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15. Changes in cardiac structure associated with aging would include all of the following except:

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16. If the sphygmomanometer cuff is too small for the patient, the blood pressure reading will probably be:

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