This post covers the anatomy and physiology of the cardiovascular system test questions and answers.

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Cardiovascular system (Blood) quiz 1

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1. What can be said about a person who has the “A” antigen on their red blood cells? Their blood contains____

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2. Which statement about neutrophils is correct?

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3. Which is the LEAST common type of white blood cell?

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4. The blood group known as the ABO system is based on the presence of what proteins on blood cells?

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5. A person’s blood group is determined by_____

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6. What are red blood cells also known as?

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7. What type of blood may a patient with blood type “B+” be infused with? Any blood that is

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8. What is the SECOND step in the three phases of haemostasis?

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9. In blood clotting, what activates “factor X”?

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10. What are red blood cells primarily composed of?

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11. What is the first process that occurs after a blood vessel is damaged?

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12. Which of the following is NOT a macrophage?

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13. To which of the following would the term “white cell” NOT be applied?

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14. Which characteristic of blood refers to the concentration of solutes?

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15. Careful blood matching is performed prior to transfusing blood in order to avoid which scenario?

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16. In the process of haemostasis, which phase involves the intrinsic and extrinsic pathways?

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17. What substance is produced by the first step in the blood clotting (coagulation) process?

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18. What is the major task of red blood cells?

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19. Which type of white blood cell is responsible for engulfing pathogens during phagocytosis?

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20. What is the term “formed elements” used to mean in a description of blood?

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21. What is found in blood serum that is also in blood plasma?

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22. Which individuals can receive any type of blood and are considered universal recipients?

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23. Which blood cells are involved in protecting the body from pathogens and foreign cells?

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24. Which one of the following is NOT a plasma protein?

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25. In haemostasis, which molecule polymerises to become the insoluble blood clot?

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26. If a blood sample is taken for DNA testing, which of the following would be examined?

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27. What does “rhesus positive” refer to?

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28. Which enzyme converts fibrinogen to fibrin?

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29. In the haemostasis process, what forms as a result of the extrinsic and intrinsic pathways?

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30. Which is the most abundant plasma protein?

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