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Grade 11 Circulatory and Immune Systems
Grade 11 Waves and Sound

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Grade 11 Skin, Skeleton, and Muscles
None Circulatory and Immune Systems
What is the normal pulse and respiration for an 8-year old child?
  1. pulse of 80; respiration of 30
  2. pulse of 80; respiration of 12
  3. pulse of 120; respiration of 20
  4. pulse of 85; respiration of 18
Grade 7 Circulatory and Immune Systems
The largest artery in the body.
  1. aorta
  2. atria
  3. endocardium
  4. pulse
Grade 6 Emergency Medical Services
To perform CPR, you must first check for a
  1. Witness
  2. Policeman
  3. Pulse
  4. Ambulance
Grade 11 Circulatory and Immune Systems
Grade 10 Medical Terms
The term brachial means: pertaining to
  1. a slow pulse
  2. short
  3. the arm
Grade 10 Waves and Sound
A pulse does not have:
  1. Amplitude
  2. Length
  3. Frequency
  4. Speed
None Health and Medicine
The normal pulse rate at birth is:
  1. 76-90 bpm
  2. 96-115 bpm
  3. 130-140 bpm
  4. 60-80 bpm
Grade 9 Medical Terms
where is the Brachial pulse taken?
  1. inner aspect of forearm (crease of the elbow)
  2. At the top of foot arch
  3. behind the knee
  4. the inner aspect of the wrist above the thumg
Grade 9 Medical Terms
where is the popliteal pulse located?
  1. inner aspect of forearm (crease of the elbow)
  2. at the side of the forehead
  3. behind the knee
  4. at the neck
Grade 9 Medical Terms
where is the Carotid pulse located?
  1. inner aspect of forearm (crease of the elbow)
  2. behind the knee
  3. inside your mouth
  4. at the neck
Grade 11 Waves and Sound

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Grade 10 Waves and Sound
A pulse reaches a boundary between two springs. Which of the following statements correctly describes what happens to the pulse?
  1. The pulse moves no further
  2. The pulse is reflected back to the first spring
  3. The pulse is transmitted to the second spring
  4. Part of the pulse is reflected and part is transmitted
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