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Cardiovascular Adaptation Refresher Quiz


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What does ‘AV Block’ look like on an ECG?

A. QT Prolongation

B. T wave is missing

C. Prolonged P wave

D. irregular/fast heart rate


What does a Psphygmomanometer measure?

A. Heart Rate

B. Respiration Rate

C. Blood Glucose

D. Blood Pressure


What is the correct term for the definition: ‘maximum pressure in arteries during LV Contraction’

A. Systole

B. Diastole


What is ‘angiogenesis’?

A. Enlargement of existing arterial vessels and is effective for increasing bulk flow.

B. de novo (‘of new’) formation of new capillaries which facilitate exchange between blood and tissues.


Can Vo2MAX be increased using a training/exercise programme ?

A. Yes

B. No


What is the most accurate way to measure the blood pressure of a horse?

A. Doppler Ultrasound

B. Sphygmomanometer

C. Arterial Catheterisation


What is the ‘typical’ stroke volume for an equine athlete at rest?

A. 50ml

B. 500ml

C. 1-2 Litres

D. 10 Litres


What is the ‘typical’ cardiac output for a human athlete at rest?

A. 40 L/min

B. 5 L/min

C. 80 L/min

D. 1 L/min


A normal, healthy heart will demonstrate variability in it’s rhythm

A. TRUE

B. FALSE


Endurance training results in little or no increase in oxygen uptake.

A. TRUE

B. FALSE


When we begin exercise, which branch of the nervous system is activated?

A. Sympathetic

B. Parasympathetic (vagal)


what is the correct term for this definition: ‘heart rate increases slowly over time (during long bouts of exercise)’

A. Cardiac Drift

B. Cardiac increase

C. Heart rate drift

D. Heart rate prolongation


What HR zone would be 60-70% of a persons maximum heart rate?

A. Zone 1

B. Zone 2

C. Zone 3

D. Zone 4

E. Zone 5


What is the correct formula to calculate ‘cardiac output’ ?

A. heart rate x stroke volume

B. stroke volume x respiration rate

C. heart rate x respiration rate

D. Tidal volume x stroke volume


What does HRR stand for?

A. Heart rate resting

B. Heart rate recovery

C. Heart rate reloaded

D. Heart rate relative


Strength training causes a substantial increase in oxygen output.

A. TRUE

B. FALSE


What is Q̇ used to denote ?

A. Tidal Volume

B. Stroke Volume

C. Pulmonary Resistance

D. Cardiac Output


Resting HR may decrease as an athlete becomes fitter.

A. TRUE

B. FALSE


What is the correct calculation to work out a human athletes maximum heart rate?

A. 200 minus age

B. 220 minus weigh in kg

C. 220 minus age

D. 200 minus height in cm


What is the correct term for ‘the amount of blood ejected from the heart in one contraction’

A. Cardiac Output

B. Stroke Volume

C. Vascular Resistance

D. Tidal Volume


What is Hypervolaemia?

A. increased plasma volume

B. increased red blood cells

C. Increased capillaries

D. increased veins




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