CALCIUMANDTROPONINFOR MUSCLECONTRACTIONINITIATIONTHESE BINDTOGETHERLOWBLOODSUPPLY,DYINGTISSUEOCCLUSIONOF BLOODVESSELS(BLOCKAGE)MOVE INAND OUTOFCHAMBERCONTRACTIONANDRELAXATIONOF MUSCLECAUSESBLOOD TOMEASURINGUNITS FORBLOODPERFUSIONMILLILITERSPERMINUTEPER GRAMSYSTEMICCIRCUITCIRCUT -BLOOD TOKIDNEYS,STOMACHAND PELVICNOREPINEPHRINECAUSESTHE SANODE TOFIREFASTERRIGHT ANDLEFTCORONARYARTERIESIFBLOCKEDCAUSETISSUEDEATHHEARTVALVESALLOWSBLOOD TOFLOW ONEWAY ONLYTWAVEIN AN ECG,REPOLARIZATIONOF THEVENTRICLES ISSEEN WHERECARDIACOUTPUTMEASUREDINMILLIMETERSMERCURYOR mm HgCARDIACMUSCLEARRANGEMENTHOW CAN THEHEART PUMPLARGEVOLUMES OUTTHEVENTRICLESFRANK-STARLINGLAWBLOOD VOLUMEINCREASES,VENTRICLECONTRACTIONSMOREFORCEFULLUB-DUBORCLOSINGOF HEARTVALVESMUSCLESCONTRACT ANDRELAX, PRESSURECHANGES DURINGCARDIAC CYCLEPAINANGINAPULMONARYCIRCUITCIRCUIT HASDEOXYGENATEDBLOOD IN ITSARTERIESPOSTERIORANDSUPERIORBASE OFHEARTFACESWHICHDIRECTIONAVNODELOCATEDIN THEFLOOR OFTHE RIGHTATRIUMSEMILUNARVALVESAREOPENEDBLOODFROMHEART TOARTERIESCAUSESCARDIACMUSCLELAYERMYOCARDIUMMIMYOCARDIALINFARCTIONCARDIACOUTPUTBLOODPUMPED BY ASINGLEVENTRICLE INONE MINUTES-TSEGMENTPLATEAUPHASE OFVENTRICULARCELLSACTIONPOTENTIALSPULMONARYVEINSCARRIESOXYGENATEDBLOOD FROMLUNGS TOHEART2HOW MANYCHAMBERSCONTRACTAT ANY ONETIMECALCIUMANDTROPONINFOR MUSCLECONTRACTIONINITIATIONTHESE BINDTOGETHERLOWBLOODSUPPLY,DYINGTISSUEOCCLUSIONOF BLOODVESSELS(BLOCKAGE)MOVE INAND OUTOFCHAMBERCONTRACTIONANDRELAXATIONOF MUSCLECAUSESBLOOD TOMEASURINGUNITS FORBLOODPERFUSIONMILLILITERSPERMINUTEPER GRAMSYSTEMICCIRCUITCIRCUT -BLOOD TOKIDNEYS,STOMACHAND PELVICNOREPINEPHRINECAUSESTHE SANODE TOFIREFASTERRIGHT ANDLEFTCORONARYARTERIESIFBLOCKEDCAUSETISSUEDEATHHEARTVALVESALLOWSBLOOD TOFLOW ONEWAY ONLYTWAVEIN AN ECG,REPOLARIZATIONOF THEVENTRICLES ISSEEN WHERECARDIACOUTPUTMEASUREDINMILLIMETERSMERCURYOR mm HgCARDIACMUSCLEARRANGEMENTHOW CAN THEHEART PUMPLARGEVOLUMES OUTTHEVENTRICLESFRANK-STARLINGLAWBLOOD VOLUMEINCREASES,VENTRICLECONTRACTIONSMOREFORCEFULLUB-DUBORCLOSINGOF HEARTVALVESMUSCLESCONTRACT ANDRELAX, PRESSURECHANGES DURINGCARDIAC CYCLEPAINANGINAPULMONARYCIRCUITCIRCUIT HASDEOXYGENATEDBLOOD IN ITSARTERIESPOSTERIORANDSUPERIORBASE OFHEARTFACESWHICHDIRECTIONAVNODELOCATEDIN THEFLOOR OFTHE RIGHTATRIUMSEMILUNARVALVESAREOPENEDBLOODFROMHEART TOARTERIESCAUSESCARDIACMUSCLELAYERMYOCARDIUMMIMYOCARDIALINFARCTIONCARDIACOUTPUTBLOODPUMPED BY ASINGLEVENTRICLE INONE MINUTES-TSEGMENTPLATEAUPHASE OFVENTRICULARCELLSACTIONPOTENTIALSPULMONARYVEINSCARRIESOXYGENATEDBLOOD FROMLUNGS TOHEART2HOW MANYCHAMBERSCONTRACTAT ANY ONETIME

Cardiovascular Bingo - Call List

(Print) Use this randomly generated list as your call list when playing the game. Place some kind of mark (like an X, a checkmark, a dot, tally mark, etc) on each cell as you announce it, to keep track. You can also cut out each item, place them in a bag and pull words from the bag.


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I I
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G G
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O O
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B B
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N N
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O O
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O O
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I I
  1. G-FOR MUSCLE CONTRACTION INITIATION THESE BIND TOGETHER
    G-CALCIUM AND TROPONIN
  2. B-OCCLUSION OF BLOOD VESSELS (BLOCKAGE)
    B-LOW BLOOD SUPPLY, DYING TISSUE
  3. G-CONTRACTION AND RELAXATION OF MUSCLE CAUSES BLOOD TO
    G-MOVE IN AND OUT OF CHAMBER
  4. I-MILLILITERS PER MINUTE PER GRAM
    I-MEASURING UNITS FOR BLOOD PERFUSION
  5. G-CIRCUT - BLOOD TO KIDNEYS, STOMACH AND PELVIC
    G-SYSTEMIC CIRCUIT
  6. I-CAUSES THE SA NODE TO FIRE FASTER
    I-NOREPINEPHRINE
  7. B-IF BLOCKED CAUSE TISSUE DEATH
    B-RIGHT AND LEFT CORONARY ARTERIES
  8. G-ALLOWS BLOOD TO FLOW ONE WAY ONLY
    G-HEART VALVES
  9. O-IN AN ECG, REPOLARIZATION OF THE VENTRICLES IS SEEN WHERE
    O-T WAVE
  10. B-MEASURED IN MILLIMETERS MERCURY OR mm Hg
    B-CARDIAC OUTPUT
  11. N-HOW CAN THE HEART PUMP LARGE VOLUMES OUT THE VENTRICLES
    N-CARDIAC MUSCLE ARRANGEMENT
  12. N-BLOOD VOLUME INCREASES, VENTRICLE CONTRACTIONS MORE FORCEFUL
    N-FRANK-STARLING LAW
  13. N-MUSCLES CONTRACT AND RELAX, PRESSURE CHANGES DURING CARDIAC CYCLE
    N-LUB-DUB OR CLOSING OF HEART VALVES
  14. O-ANGINA
    O-PAIN
  15. O-CIRCUIT HAS DEOXYGENATED BLOOD IN ITS ARTERIES
    O-PULMONARY CIRCUIT
  16. B-BASE OF HEART FACES WHICH DIRECTION
    B-POSTERIOR AND SUPERIOR
  17. I-LOCATED IN THE FLOOR OF THE RIGHT ATRIUM
    I-AV NODE
  18. O-BLOOD FROM HEART TO ARTERIES CAUSES
    O-SEMILUNAR VALVES ARE OPENED
  19. I-MYOCARDIUM
    I-CARDIAC MUSCLE LAYER
  20. G-MYOCARDIAL INFARCTION
    G-MI
  21. O-BLOOD PUMPED BY A SINGLE VENTRICLE IN ONE MINUTE
    O-CARDIAC OUTPUT
  22. B-PLATEAU PHASE OF VENTRICULAR CELLS ACTION POTENTIALS
    B-S-T SEGMENT
  23. N-CARRIES OXYGENATED BLOOD FROM LUNGS TO HEART
    N-PULMONARY VEINS
  24. I-HOW MANY CHAMBERS CONTRACT AT ANY ONE TIME
    I-2