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2011-03-12 05:10:04
Resp Sys Muliple Choice

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  1. Carbon Monoxide is dangerous 2 humans bec. it
    • a. is difficult 2 exhale
    • b. binds 2 hemoglobin in the same place as H2O does.
    • c. is toxic 2 the human bdy
    • d. causes liver damage
  2. When a person hyperventilates, the level of CO2 in their blood will:
    • a. increase
    • b. decrease
    • c. not change
  3. Normally, when blood levels of CO2 rise, the respirations will:
    • a. increase
    • b. decrease
    • c. remain the same
  4. An Increased Respiratory Rate will lead to:
    • a. Increased CO2
    • b. Decreased CO2
    • c. Decreased H2O
    • d. Increased pH
  5. Cilia R:
    • a. Mucus secreting cells in the lower bronchial tree
    • b. Tiny structures in the airways tht trap & hold foreign material in the airways
    • c. tiny hair-like sturctures in the airways tht sweep mucus up & out of the lungs
    • d. composed of macrophages & destroy inhaled pathogens
  6. Epiglottis is life threatening bec....
    • a. It is a severe infection
    • b. It causes a very high fever
    • c. Seizures commonly occur
    • d. It can totally obstruct the airway
  7. You should always anticipate tht the pt in your clinic who has acute epiglottis could need...
    • a. More dx'c testing
    • b. Frequent re/assessment
    • c. Intubation
    • d.An immediate injection of epinephrine
  8. ____ extends from the lateral walls of the nasal cavity?
    *Nasal Conchae*
  9. ___ lines the nasal cavity
  10. ___ divides the nasal cavity
    *Nasal Septum*
  11. __ is also a part of the digestive sys
  12. ___ lies jst abv the trachea
  13. ___ has 3 cartilages
  14. ___ extends frm the Larynx 2 the Bronchi
  15. ___ begins @ the distal end of the trachea
    *Bronchial Tree*
  16. ___ help remove pathogens frm the respiratory structures.
  17. ___ tiny air sacs surrounded by capillaries
  18. ___ allow the lungs 2 mve freely in the thorax
  19. ___ the prt of the respiratory tree 2 which alveoli r attached.
  20. ___ the location of gas exchange
  21. ___ secrete serous fluid
  22. ___ the opening bet. the vocal cords.
  23. __ prevents food frm entering the airway during swallowing.
  24. __ receives CO2 frm the blood.
  26. Enlarging the Thoracic Cavity:
    * Air enters the lungs*
  27. Air press in the lungs is higher than tmospheric pressure
    *Air leaves the lungs*
  28. Decreasing Thoracic Pressure:
    *Air Enters the Lungs*
  29. Diaphragm Contracts:
    *Air Enters the Lungs*
  30. Diaphragm Relaxes:
    *Air Leaves the Lungs*
  31. Intercostal Muscles raise the ribs:
    *Air Enters the Lungs*
  32. *Respiratory Rate*
    *Respiratory Rhythm*
  33. Pons:
    *Respiratory Rate*
  34. CO2 in Blood:
    *Respiratory Rate*
  35. Medulla Oblongata:
    *Respiratory Rhythm*
  36. Fear or Pain:
    *Respiratory Rate*
  37. pH in the blood:
    *Respiratory Rate*
  38. *Respiratory Volumes*
  39. The sum of Tidal Vol, Inspiratory & Expiratory Vol's:
    *Vital Capacity*
  40. The amt of air exhaled forcefully after a normal exhalation:
    *Expiratory Reserve Vol*
  41. The amt of air tht moves in or out of the lungs during a normal breath:
    *Tidal Vol*
  42. The amt of air tht can be forcefully inhaled after a normal inhalation:
    * Inspiratory Reserve Vol*
  43. The amt of air in the lungs after a forceful exhalation:
    *Residual Vol*
  44. The total amt of air tht the lungs can hold:
    *Total Lung Capacity*
  45. The total amt of air tht can b forcefully exhaled after the deepest inhalation possible:
    *Total Lung Capacity*
  46. *Respiratory Conditions*
  47. Asthma:
    Inflammation obstructs the bronchial tree
  48. Bronchitis:
    *Repeated episodes increase lung cancer risk*
  49. COPD:
    • *Disorders tht limit airflow 2 lungs*
    • *Causes enlargement of air sacs*
  50. Influenza:
    • *Causes by viruses*
    • *Lasts 5-10 days*
  51. Legionnaires Disease:
    *Caused by bacteria found in air conditioning sys's*
  52. Pleurisy:
    • *Inflammation of the Lungs*
    • or
    • *Pneumonia*

    **Not really sure**
  53. Emphysema:
    • *Permanently*
    • *@ least 50 types; frm Mild 2 Serious*