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What is the largest blood vessel in the human body?

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What sound is caused by abnormal blood flow between heart chambers?

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What is the term for thickened muscle in the heart wall?

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What are the arteries that crown the outside of the heart?

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Which vessels carry deoxygenated blood into the right atrium?

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Which cardiac enzyme rises within 6 hours after damage to heart cells?

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Which elevated blood lipid is associated with coronary artery disease?

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Which cardiac enzyme rises 1 to 3 days after a heart attack but normalizes in 14 days?

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Which cardiac enzyme rises 6 to 10 hours after a heart attack but normalizes in 3 to 4 days?

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Which elevated blood lipid is associated with decreased risk of myocardial infarction?

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What does a P-wave represent in an electrocardiogram?

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What does a QRS-complex represent in an electrocardiogram?

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What does a T-wave represent in an electrocardiogram?

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A patient who has a P-wave before each QRS-complex has what kind of rhythm?

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ST-segment elevation is often associated with what condition?

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A patient with angina and high blood pressure is often prescribed which blocker?

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A patient with atrial fibrillation is often prescribed which drug made of foxglove?

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A patient with edema and shortness of breath is often prescribed a diuretic called?

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A patient whose blood tends to clot is often given an anticoagulant from clover called?

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What kind of adrenaline blocker cannot be given to asthmatics?

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What is a tube to keep a blocked artery open called?

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What does the acronym CABG ('cabbage') stand for?

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What does the acronym TAVR stand for?

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A patient with arrhythmia, fatigue, and fainting might be implanted with which device?

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The catheter passed from the right side of the heart into lung arteries to measure blood flow is called?

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Aorta
Murmur
Hypertrophic cardiomyopathy (or HCM)
Coronary arteries
Inferior and superior vena cava
CPK (or Creatine Phosphokinase)
LDL (or low-density lipoprotein)
LDH (or Lactic Dehydrogenase)
AST (or Serum Aspartate Aminotransferase)
HDL (or high-density lipoprotein)
Atrial depolarization
Ventricular depolarization
Ventricular repolarization
Sinus
MI (or myocardial infarction)
Calcium channel blocker
Digoxin
Lasix (or furosemide)
Warfarin (or Coumadin)
Beta-blocker (or propranolol)
Stent
Coronary Artery Bypass Graft
Transcatheter Aortic Valve Replacement
Pacemaker (or ICD)
Swan-Ganz





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