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Cardiac Surgery

Subject : health-sciences
Instructions:
  • Answer 50 questions in 15 minutes.
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This is a study tool. The 3 wrong answers for each question are randomly chosen from answers to other questions. So, you might find at times the answers obvious, but you will see it re-enforces your understanding as you take the test each time.
1. What are non-sterile procedures






2. What are the two parts of the pacemaker






3. Where does the coronary artery arise






4. What is between the fibrous and serous pericardium






5. which chambers receive blood from the veins






6. what defects are included in tetralogy of fallot






7. What is the name for the upper chambers






8. What is the circulation through the heart






9. What is a ventricular septal defect






10. when should coarctation of the aorta be repaired






11. When does development of the heart begin






12. What is the best way to view the overall size of the heart and vessel configuration






13. What is an atrial septal defect






14. What is tricuspid atresia






15. which chambers pump blood through the arteries






16. What is cardiomyopathy






17. What are the two branches of the right coronary artery






18. Where is the cannula placed for venous cannulation in CPB






19. What is the phase of cardiac conduction






20. What is another name for the bicuspid valve






21. What are the two types of valves used in valve replacement






22. How is the heart muscle preserved during cardiac surgery






23. Where is the aortic semilunar valve located






24. What is systole






25. What arteries supply the heart






26. what solution is NOT used during CPB






27. What is the rastelli procedure






28. What is the bundle of his






29. Where is the bicuspid valve located






30. What does the ductus venosus become after the fetus is born






31. What are some risk factors in coronary artery disease






32. What does the umbilical vein become






33. What is cardiac tamponade






34. What are the two branches of the left coronary artery






35. What does the cardiac cycle include






36. what vessels are used for CPBG






37. What attaches to the cusps of the valves to prevent them from folding back to prevent regurgitation






38. What is coarctation of the aorta






39. How many pulmonary veins are there






40. Where is the pacemaker electrode placed






41. What are the characteristics of truncus arteriosus






42. What are cyanotic defects






43. what covers the heart






44. What are the layers of the heart






45. Where is the tricuspid valve located






46. What is bradycardia






47. What is the name for the machine used for cardiac support






48. What is the name for the lower chambers






49. What are acyanotic defects






50. what structure is at the superior part of the sternum