5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- What happens when the diaphragm relaxes?
- How are asthma and emphysema similar?
- What might trigger an allergy attack?
- How does the airway become restricted during asthma attack?
- What is the primary role of the respiratory system?
- a Thoracic cavity gets smaller, pressure increases, air is forced out of the lungs.
- b Allergens, extreme T changes, exercise.
- c The bronchiole smooth muscle will spasm and become clogged.
- d Remove CO2 from and deliver O2 to the cells.
- e The airway collapses and is pinched shut before a forced expiration is completed.
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- The internal intercostals.
- The maximum V of air you can breathe out after a normal exhalation.
- The histological structure of the respiratory tree.
- The % of VC that is exhaled during a 1 second period of the FVC test.
- The excess air in the intrapleural space must be removed before the lungs will inflate.
5 True/False Questions
What is Forced Vital Capacity? → ERV+TV+IRV
What is the normal V of RV? → 3100 mL
Why do premature infants have trouble breathing? → Smooth muscle relaxant to relieve bronchospasm and induce bronchiole dilation, and maybe an anti-inflammatory agent.
What is the normal V of VC? → 4800 mL
What happens when the diaphragm contracts? → Thoracic cavity gets smaller, pressure increases, air is forced out of the lungs.