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Exam ACSM Registered Clinical Exercise Physiologist
Number 040-444
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Posted July 05, 2018

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Question 1

In response to regular resistance training,


  • A: Older men and women demonstrate similar or even greater strength gains when compared to younger individuals.
  • B: Younger men have greater gains in strength than older men.
  • C: Younger women have greater gains in strength than older women.
  • D: Younger men and women demonstrate similar or greater strength gains compared to older persons.
Question 2

Angina that occurs at rest is termed


  • A: Silent.
  • B: Stable.
  • C: Variant.
  • D: Typical.
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


  • A: Bronchitis.
  • B: Asthma.
  • C: Emphysema.
  • D: COPD.
Question 4

The primary effects of chronic exercise training on lipid values are


  • A: Decreased triglycerides and increased HDL.
  • B: Decreased TC and LDL.
  • C: Decreased HDL and increased LDL.
  • D: Decreased TC and increased HDL.
Question 5

Which of the following would be the best recommendation for exercise training in a hot and humid, outdoor environment?


  • A: Wait for approximately 2 weeks to become acclimated to the heat before exercising.
  • B: Use a mode of activity that would increase heat loss by convection (e.g., bicycling, running).
  • C: Reduce the exercise intensity.
  • D: Increase evaporative cooling by wiping away Sweat that forms on the body.
Question 6

Which of the following best explains the pathophysiology of CAD?


  • A: Injury to the arterial wall begins in the media.
  • B: Platelets and thrombi form in the adventitia.
  • C: The endothelium takes up lipids, especially LDL.
  • D: Atherosclerotic lesions form in theintima.
Question 7

A cardiac patient is taking a l3-blocker medication. During an exercise test, you would expect


  • A: A radioisotope (e.g.,Cardiolite) to be administered, because l3-blockers depress the ST segment on the resting ECG.
  • B: An increase in the angina threshold compared to a test without the medication.
  • C: N a change in heart rate or blood pressure compared to a test without the medication.
  • D: A slight decrease or no effect on blood pressure compared to a test without the medication.
Question 8

The aging-related loss of elasticity (or "hardening") of the arteries is known as


  • A: Atherosclerosis.
  • B: Arteriosclerosis.
  • C: Atheroma.
  • D: Adventitia.
Question 9

The deficiency of blood flow to the myocardium that results when oxygen demand exceeds oxygen supply is known as


  • A: Infarction.
  • B: Angina.
  • C: Ischemia.
  • D: Thrombosis.
Question 10

What procedure uses a clot-dissolving agent during acute MI to restore blood flow and limit myocardial necrosis?


  • A: PTCA.
  • B: Thrombolytic therapy.
  • C: Radionuclide imaging.
  • D: CABGS.



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