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6 Multiple choice questions

  1. The chemical in cigarettes that causes addiction
  2. an infection or inflammation of the lungs where the air sacs fill with pus making it difficult to get oxygen to the blood; there are over 30 different causes including bacterial/viral infections, fungus, and chemicals
  3. The gas that is most abundant in the earth's atmosphere
  4. system that brings oxygen to your body and removes carbon dioxide.
  5. an infectious disease that usually attacks the lungs and is spread from person to person in the air; symptoms include a persistent cough, run-down feeling, weight loss, fever, and loss of appetite; you may be a carrier but not come down with the disease
  6. a chronic disease involving damage to the air sacs in the lungs and the body does not get the oxygen it needs; the most common cause is cigarette smoking

6 True/False questions

  1. Cystic Fibrosisan infectious disease that usually attacks the lungs and is spread from person to person in the air; symptoms include a persistent cough, run-down feeling, weight loss, fever, and loss of appetite; you may be a carrier but not come down with the disease

          

  2. Bronchitisan infection most common in infants and children that causes pneumonia; most people recover in 8 to 15 days but will have repeated infections throughout their life; symptoms include fever, runny nose, cough, and wheezing

          

  3. Spiraclestube-like structure that moves air from the mouth to the lungs.

          

  4. Diaphragmtube-like structure that moves air from the mouth to the lungs.

          

  5. Mucusa disease affecting the lungs; most commonly found in children; causes repeated episodes of wheezing, breathlessness, chest tightness, and early morning coughing; no know cause or cure

          

  6. Epiglottisstructure that directs air down the respiratory path and food down the digestive path.

          

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