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5 Matching questions

  1. Which of the following are explanations for the left hemi diaphragmatic surface to be slightly lower that the right?
  2. Which of the following are true physiological benefits of surfactant?
  3. Change in lung volume resulting from a unit of pressure change is known as which of the following?
  4. Which of the following structures is an important landmark during the insertion of a tube in the trachea?
  5. Circulating epinephrine is the only natural mechanism for sympathetic bronchodilation in humans?
  1. a I. The heart rests on the left half of the diaphragm, pushing it downward. and III. The liver, directly below the right half of the diaphragm, props up this area.
  2. b I II III: it reduces the work of breathing, It reduces the distending pressure required to keep small alveoli open, It provides a stabilizing influence to alveoli of different sizes
  3. c Vallecula
  4. d Lung compliance
  5. e True

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. Lingual
  2. II and IV: delivers unoxygenated blood to the lungs, originates on the right side of the heart
  3. Increase the surface area of the nasal cavity
  4. Transrespiratory pressure gradient (p alv-P ao) [alveoli and airway opening ]
  5. Abdominal muscles

5 True/False questions

  1. Which of the following is the function of the surfactant?Lower surface tension

          

  2. Which of the following mechanisms is responsible for the creation of the sub atmospheric pressure between the lung and chest wall?Transrespiratory pressure gradient (p alv-P ao) [alveoli and airway opening ]

          

  3. The intercostal arteries, veins, and nerves run through which of the following?II and IV: delivers unoxygenated blood to the lungs, originates on the right side of the heart

          

  4. What does the "pump handle" movement of rib pairs 2 through 7 achieve?Circoid ring

          

  5. What is the space that separates the true vocal cords?Protect the vital organs

          

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