5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Which group of cells engulfs microorganisms and foreign material in the alveolus?
- Running vertically down each hemithorax anteriorly is an imaginary line that is used as an anatomical landmark. What is that line called?
- When a COPD patient leans forward braced in a tripod position, this lends particular advantage to which accessory muscles of inspiration?
- Which group of cells contains the lamellar bodies?
- What is the normal CLT?
- a 0.1 L/cm H2O
- b Midclavicular line
- c Macrophages
- d Type II (surfactant)
- e pectoralis
5 Multiple choice questions
- Pseudostratified, ciliated columnar with mucous-secreting glands
- 2ml/kg ideal body weight
- Lung compliance
- Protect the vital organs
5 True/False questions
How far is the diaphragm pulled down during tidal breathing? → 1 to 2 cm
Which of the following is the best description for the conducting airway mucosal epithelium? → Low-pitched snoring sound
Which of the following mechanisms explains why drowning victims often have little water in their lungs? → II, III: the lung has a tendency to recoil inward and pull away from the chest wall, the thorax has the tendency to recoil outward, away from the lung
During each cycle of normal resting ventilation, a volume of gas is moved into and out of the respiratory tract. This cyclical volume is called the: → Palv is greater than at the airway opening
What is the narrowest portion of the airway in the infant? → Glottis