1. Failure of the right ventricle can lead to a. visible distension of the jugular veins during orthostasis. b. facial oedema. c. pitting oedema of the lower leg. d. a right ventricular ejection fraction of 66%. e. hepatomegaly. 2. In a chronically failing ventricle the cardiac myocyte exhibits a. an increased systolic Ca2 transient. b. increased expression of the NaCa2 exchanger. c. increased expression of K channels. d. increased proneness to delayed after-depolarization (DAD). e. prolonged action potentials.
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