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Vendor: ACSM
Exam Code: 040-444
Exam Name: ACSM Registered Clinical Exercise Physiologist
Date: Jun 10, 2018
File Size: 125 KB

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Question 1
In response to regular resistance training,
  1. Older men and women demonstrate similar or even greater strength gains when compared to younger individuals.
  2. Younger men have greater gains in strength than older men.
  3. Younger women have greater gains in strength than older women.
  4. Younger men and women demonstrate similar or greater strength gains compared to older persons.
Correct answer: A
Question 2
Angina that occurs at rest is termed
  1. Silent.
  2. Stable.
  3. Variant.
  4. Typical.
Correct answer: C
Question 3
A group of pulmonary disorders characterized by expiratory airflow obstruction, dyspnea (shortness of breath), and some degree of airway reversal is known as
  1. Bronchitis.
  2. Asthma.
  3. Emphysema.
  4. COPD.
Correct answer: D
Question 4
The primary effects of chronic exercise training on lipid values are
  1. Decreased triglycerides and increased HDL.
  2. Decreased TC and LDL.
  3. Decreased HDL and increased LDL.
  4. Decreased TC and increased HDL.
Correct answer: A
Question 5
Which of the following would be the best recommendation for exercise training in a hot and humid, outdoor environment?
  1. Wait for approximately 2 weeks to become acclimated to the heat before exercising.
  2. Use a mode of activity that would increase heat loss by convection (e.g., bicycling, running).
  3. Reduce the exercise intensity.
  4. Increase evaporative cooling by wiping away Sweat that forms on the body.
Correct answer: C
Question 6
Which of the following best explains the pathophysiology of CAD?
  1. Injury to the arterial wall begins in the media.
  2. Platelets and thrombi form in the adventitia.
  3. The endothelium takes up lipids, especially LDL.
  4. Atherosclerotic lesions form in theintima.
Correct answer: D
Question 7
A cardiac patient is taking a l3-blocker medication. During an exercise test, you would expect
  1. A radioisotope (e.g.,Cardiolite) to be administered, because l3-blockers depress the ST segment on the resting ECG.
  2. An increase in the angina threshold compared to a test without the medication.
  3. N a change in heart rate or blood pressure compared to a test without the medication.
  4. A slight decrease or no effect on blood pressure compared to a test without the medication.
Correct answer: B
Question 8
The aging-related loss of elasticity (or "hardening") of the arteries is known as
  1. Atherosclerosis.
  2. Arteriosclerosis.
  3. Atheroma.
  4. Adventitia.
Correct answer: B
Question 9
The deficiency of blood flow to the myocardium that results when oxygen demand exceeds oxygen supply is known as
  1. Infarction.
  2. Angina.
  3. Ischemia.
  4. Thrombosis.
Correct answer: C
Question 10
What procedure uses a clot-dissolving agent during acute MI to restore blood flow and limit myocardial necrosis?
  1. PTCA.
  2. Thrombolytic therapy.
  3. Radionuclide imaging.
  4. CABGS.
Correct answer: B

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