NURS6501 Week 3 Knowledge Check Advanced  Pathophysiology

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NURS6501 Week 3 Knowledge Check Advanced  Pathophysiology

Week 3 Knowledge Check   

Cardiovascular and Respiratory Disorders

In this exercise, you will complete a 10- to 20-question Knowledge Check to gauge your understanding of this module’s content.

Possible topics covered in this Knowledge Check include:

myocardial infarction



valvular disorders

lipid panels


clotting cascade

NURS6501 Week 3 Knowledge Check Advanced Pathophysiology

NURS6501 Week 3 Knowledge Check Advanced Pathophysiology

deep vein thrombosis


heart failure




Question 1Sympathetic stimulation causes airways to:

Question 2 Ischemic pain in the lower extremities that occurs while walking but disappears when resting is a description of which condition?

Question 3How much oxygen does the myocardium extract from the coronary arteries?

Question 4 Stimulation of the carina often causes:

Question 5A person who has pulmonary edema will exhibit which symptoms?

Question 6Passage of fluid and/or solid particles into the lungs is a(n):

Question 7The tunica media is the middle layer of blood vessels and is composed of what type of tissue?

Question 8A patient that is hyperventilating will have a decreased:

Question 9Inflammatory disease of peripheral arteries that usually is associated with smoking is a description of which condition?

Question 10  Parasympathetic stimulation causes airways to:


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