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Cardiology

Subject : health-sciences
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1. Given P = QR - what factors influence resistance?






2. On the cardiac cycle graph - on which corners do the opening and closing of the aortic and mitral valves occur?






3. What is the result of not have fast sodium channels in pacemaker cells?






4. Where are pacemaker cells?






5. disease of elastic arteries and large and medium sized muscular arteries






6. Wegener's presentation






7. What causes the murmur heard in tricuspid regurg to enhance






8. no change in PR interval followed by dropped beat






9. What happens in phase 0 of the cardiac ventricular action potential?






10. Left to right shunts are more common in babies or kids?






11. If HR is too fast (V tach) what happens during diastole?






12. congenital heart defect with 22q11






13. lymphatic malignancy associated with persistant lymphadema - post radical mastectomy






14. What do the starling forces determine






15. which heart valves are afected most in rheumatic heart diseease






16. What are tendinous xanthoma - atheromas - and corneal arcus signs of?






17. diaphoresis - N/V - severe retrosternal pain - pain in left arm/jaw - SOB - fatigue - adrenergic symptoms






18. What is the characteristic pulse in aortic stenosis?






19. In an inferior wall infarct - which artery is affected and which leads show Q waves






20. smaller vegetations - congenitally abnormal or diseased valves - sequela of dental procedures. Insidious onset






21. What are the complications of atherosclerosis?






22. EDV - ESV






23. In the cardiac and vascular function curves - In what instance is the vascular curve shifted to the left?






24. Endothelial malignancy of the skin assocated with HHV-8 and HIV






25. What are the systolic heart sounds






26. When does EF decrease






27. Which valve is most commonly involved in bacterial endocarditis?






28. What is the classic X ray finding for tet of fallot?






29. What are the four most common locations for atherosclerosis?






30. In an EKG - What is the p wave?






31. When do coronary arteries fill?






32. Right to left shunts are more common in babies or kids?






33. What does T wave inversion indicated?






34. Which valve is commonly involved in bacterial endocarditis from IV drug use and Which bacteria are most common?






35. congenital heart defect with marfan's






36. What causes the cushing reflex and why






37. What does FROM JANE stand for in bacterial endocarditis?






38. How are sarcomeres added in concentric hypertrophy?






39. What do patients die early from in rheumatic heart disease?






40. Which class of drugs decrease the murmur heard in aortic regurg?






41. SV CAP means?






42. CO x Total peripheral resistance






43. Which organ gets the largest share of systemic cardiac output






44. What cardiac change occurs in pregnancy?






45. Hyperplastic onion skinning






46. congenital heart defect in an infant with a diabetic mother?






47. When and why is the S3 sound heard?






48. benign - painful - red - blue tumor under fingernails from smooth muscle cells






49. EDV is also known as






50. segmental thrombosing vasculitis of small and medium vessels in smokers with intermittent claudication - superficial nodular phlebitis - raynaud's - gangrene and severe pain - autoamputation of digits is possible