"Getting to the heart of the matter" LOL - The heart AS Edexcel

This is the basics and slightly in depth multiple choice on the heart

Hope you enjoy ..... :)

  • Created by: Braniac
  • Created on: 27-11-11 15:43
What type of muscle is the heart made of ?
Cardiac Muscle
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What is the valve which separates the left atrium and the left ventricle?
Biscupid Valve
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What does an ECG stand for?
Electro-cardiogram
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How does the heart get oxygen from the lungs?
Coronary Arteries give a constant supply of oxygenated blood
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Is it TRUE that the atrial systole is the relaxation of the atrium?
False
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What is the correct equation to work out cardiac output?
Cardiac Output = Heart Rate X Stroke Volume
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What is the definition of Cardiac Output?
The volume of blood pumped by one ventricle of the heart in one minute
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What specialized bundle of heart muscle cells is found in the septum of the heart?
Bundle of His
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Is it true that the function of the AV Node is to delay the impulses released by the SAN and send it down the AV Bundle and Purkinje Fibers?
True
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Is it incorrect that a myocardial infarction can be caused by hypoxia and ischemic?
False
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Is it true that the pulmonary vein carries deoxygenated blood into the heart?
False
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Is the blood that enters in the left atrium deoxygenated or oxygenated?
Oxygenated
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Time For A Hard Question ::::::> What is another word for Stroke?
Cerebrovascular Accident
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What is found in between each cardiac muscle cell?
Intercalated Discs
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Why does the impulse sent by the SAN get delayed by the AV node? (part 1)
To make sure the ventricle begins contraction at the base of the apex and upwards
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Why does the impulse sent by the SAN get delayed by the AV node? (part 2)
To allow the blood in the atrium to empty into the ventricle
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One solution to a myocardial infarction is to have a beta-blocker. What is the role of a beta-blocker?
Reduce the heart rate
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How does a salicylate drug (e.g aspirin) help prevent a myocardial infarction?
Thins the blood
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Card 2

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What is the valve which separates the left atrium and the left ventricle?

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Biscupid Valve

Card 3

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What does an ECG stand for?

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Card 4

Front

How does the heart get oxygen from the lungs?

Back

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Card 5

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Is it TRUE that the atrial systole is the relaxation of the atrium?

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Braniac

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ENJOYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

I always check my comments so if you have any questions please ask ill try and commment straight away!

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Got 53 % . Jus shows that I've got a lot of revision to do . It was really good though :)

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Got 53 % . Jus shows that I've got a lot of revision to do . It was really good though :)

Moira

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73% O.O Must revise! Very good quiz here guys!

Braniac

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Hey guys i was doing the quiz i made and sorry i made a very silly mistake!!

the question about STROKE should actually be cerebrovascular accident! anyway sorries

;(((   lol

Oh yeah i have added some really hard questions today, if you don't know the answer to the aspirin question and the beta blocker question dont worry. you won't need to know it if you are doing AQA AS biology but it is good knowledge. I only know because i work in a pharmacy so if you do know great as it helps you understand different ways to get rid of CHD-------------------------------------- Just be careful not to use it in a exam !!1

Keerthanna

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80%, better than I thought I would do...

despite being of a different board

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