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5 Written questions

5 Matching questions

  1. What pulmonary disorder could lead to acute flattening of the diaphragm?
  2. To what does the term "faster-weaker" refer when discussing the alveolar-capillary membrane?
  3. Which of the following statements is NOT true regarding the use of glutaraldehyde?
  4. To monitor correctness of respiratory care plans, which of the following should be used?
  5. In normal individuals, approximately what fraction of the VT is wasted ventilation (does not participate in gas exchange)?
  1. a 1/3
  2. b thinnest portion of the alveolar-capillary membrane
  3. c It can retain activity up to 90 days once activated.
  4. d asthma
  5. e care plan auditors and case study exercises

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. I. arterioles (resistance vessels)
    II. veins (capacitance vessels)
    III. microcirculation (exchange vessels)


    1. III only
    2. I and II ***
    3. I, II, and III
    4. II and III
  2. coronary sinus
  3. evaporation
  4. fetal lung fluid
  5. pectoralis

5 True/False questions

  1. On inspecting a volume-pressure curve of the lungs and thorax, an increase in the mechanical work of breathing above normal would always be indicated by which of the following?nasopharynx

          

  2. Which of the following is/are good clinical examples of the principle of capillary action?I. capillary stick blood samples
    II. absorbent humidifier wicks
    III. certain surgical dressings


    1. II and III
    2. I and II
    3. II
    4. I, II, and III ***

          

  3. How would lung perfusion in a "zone 1" area best be described?reduced

          

  4. Hypoventilation is defined as:elevated blood carbon dioxide level

          

  5. What happens during normal inspiration?...

          

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