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How many layers are there to the heart?
What does the T wave signify on an ECG?
What is the name of the artery that the left ventricle pumps blood to the rest of the body from?
How many valves are present in the heart?
Chordae tendineae are located in the ventricles of the heart, what are their function?
Which side of the heart is the node where electrical pulses are generated to cause muscle contractions?
What is the normal pacemaker rate for the SA node?
Which side of the heart is normally bigger?
What is the normal pacing rate for the AV node if it were to become the main pacemaker for the heart?
What vein returns blood directly to the heart from the rest of the body?
What does the P wave signify on an ECG?
What is the name of the node where the initial electrical pulse stems from to contract the heart?
How do you calculate cardiac output?
Leads II, III, avf signify which section of the heart?
How many major arteries supply the heart?
A flat-line is known as what?
What best describes the ‘Systolic’ phase of blood pressure
What receptors measure and feedback to the brain information about blood pressure levels?
In which type of blood vessel do oxygen, carbon dioxide, and nutrients primarily transfer across
Which of the following make up valves contained within the heart