Human blood pressure MCQs with Answers

Human blood pressure MCQs

Hello students, our next topic for MCQ is ‘Human blood pressure’. The blood pressure is defined as lateral pressure that exerted by circulating blood upon the walls of blood vessels. Systolic BP is during contraction of heart chamber maximum pressure exerted by the blood on vessel walls during contraction of heart chamber. Then diastolic is during relaxation of heart chamber minimum pressure exerted.

The set of MCQ will give you more details.

MCQ.1): The maximum blood pressure in the arteries during systole is …………………………………………………………………….

a) Diastolic blood pressure

b) Ventricular pressure

c) Veins pressure

d) Systolic blood pressure

MCQ.2): ……………………………………………………………… denotes the difference between systolic blood pressure and diastolic blood pressure.

a) SA rate

b) AV rate

c) Pulse pressure

d) Fluid pressure

MCQ. 3): The force which is exerted by the blood against the wall of blood vessel is known as ……………………………………………………………….

a) Pulse pressure

b) Blood pressure

c) Urine pressure

d) Anal pressure

MCQ.4): The normal range for the human blood pressure is …………………………………………………………………………….

a) 120/80 mmHg

b) 180/90 mmHg

c) 200/96 mmHg

d) 150/90 mmHg

MCQ.5):How much amount of blood is ejected by the heart in one cycle normally?

a)120-150 ml

b)150-180 ml

c)110-140 ml

d) 70-80 ml

MCQ.6): The age is the factor that affects blood pressure that varies throughout the life, as age increases the blood pressure ………………………………………………………………………….

a) Decreases

b) Within normal range

c) As it is

d) Increases

MCQ.7): If a person is having increase in the blood pressure above normal value then the person is suffering from ……………………………………………………………………………….

a) Hypotension

b) Hypertension

c) Sickle cell anemias

d) Kidney disease

MCQ.8): When the systolic pressure falls below ………………………………………………… then the person is having hypotension or low blood pressure.

a) 90 mmHg

b) 120 mmHg

c) 140 mmHg

d) 180 mmHg

 

Answer

1) d) Systolic blood pressure

2) c) Pulse pressure

3) b) Blood pressure

4) a)120/80 mmHg

5) d) 70-80 ml

6) d) Increases

7) b) Hypertension

8) a) 90 mmHg


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