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  • 1. By: Jordan Brayton  and Mr. Fearon : )-
  • 2. Question
    • What is Pulmonary Circulation?
  • 3. Answer
    • Pulmonary Circulation is the flow of blood through the heart to the lungs and back to the heart.
  • 4. Question
    • How many chambers does the human heart have?
  • 5. Answer
    • The human heart contains 4 chambers
    • Which are the two upper chambers right and left atriums.
    • And the lower two chambers right and left ventricles
  • 6. Question
    • What are arteries?
  • 7. Answer
    • A rteries are blood vessels that carry blood a way from the heart.
  • 8. Question
    • What are capillaries?
  • 9. Answer
    • C apillaries are tiny blood vessels that c onnect arteries and veins.
  • 10. Question
    • What is a ventricle?
  • 11. Answer
    • A ventricle is two lower chambers of the heart that contracts at the same time during a heartbeat.
  • 12. Question
    • What is sickle cell anemia?
  • 13. Answer
    • Sickle cell anemia have misshaped red blood cells this shape clogs capillaries of a person with a disease.
  • 14. Question
    • What is leukemia?
  • 15. Answer
    • Leukemia is a disease of the blood in which one or more types of white blood cells are made of excessive numbers.
    • One leukemia treatment involves transplanting healthy bone marrow from a donor into the patient.
  • 16. Question 
    • What is the sequence of pulmonary circulation?
  • 17. Answer
    • Right Atrium,
    • Right Ventricle,
    • Lungs,
    • Left Atrium
    • Left Ventricle
    • Whole Body
    • SPARKLES!!!!!!!!!!
  • 18. Question
    • What are veins?
  • 19. Answer
    • Veins carry blood back 2 the heart.
    • Vvveins have vvvalves!
  • 20. Question
    • What are platelets?
  • 21. Answer
    • Platelets are irregularly shaped cell fragment that helps blood clot.
    • REMEMBER: PPPlatelets PPPPlug leaks
  • 22. Question
    • What is plasma?
  • 23. Answer
    • Plasma is liquid part of your blood mostly made up of water.
  • 24. Question
    • What is hemoglobin?
  • 25. Answer
    • Hemoglobin is a chemical in red blood cells that carries oxygen from lungs to your body cells.
  • 26. Question
    • What are the 4 Main functions of blood?
  • 27. Answer
    • 1. Carries oxygen from your lungs to all parts of your body.
    • 2. Transports nutrients and other substances to your body cells.
    • 3. Fight infections and helps heal wounds.
    • 4. Carrie waste products from your cells to your kidneys to be removed
  • 28. Question
    • What kind of muscles does the lymphatic system use for movement?
  • 29. Answer
    • The lymphatic system use smooth muscles and skeletal muscles for movement. The lymph moves because of the one-way valves found in the lymph vessels.
  • 30. Question
    • The blood is a tissue that consist of four main parts which are……………………….?
  • 31. Answer
    • Plasma
    • Platelets
    • Red blood cells
    • White blood cells
  • 32. Question
    • What are the steps of wound healing?
  • 33. Answer
    • Platelets stick to the wound and release chemicals next fibrin forms a sticky net the net traps escaping blood cells and plasma to form a clot the clot forms a scab then skin cells form under the scab and eventually fall off.
  • 34. Question
    • What blood type is a universal donor?
  • 35. Answer
    • O is a the universal donor.
  • 36. Question
    • Which blood type is a universal receiver?
  • 37. Answer
    • AB is the universal receiver.
  • 38. Question
    • What are the four main blood types?
  • 39. Answer
    • A B AB O
  • 40. Question
    • What is systolic pressure?
  • 41. Answer
    • Systolic pressure is the first number which is the measure of pressure caused when the ventricles contract and blood is pushed out of the heart
  • 42. Question
    • What is diastolic pressure?
  • 43. Answer
    • Diastolic pressure is the second number and occurs as ventricles fill with blood just before just they contract again.
  • 44.
    • Make sure you know the blood donation chart! This will be a high value question! Make sure you know who can give/get blood from who!
  • 45.
    • SPARKLES!!
    The End