5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- What pulmonary disorder could lead to acute flattening of the diaphragm?
- To what does the term "faster-weaker" refer when discussing the alveolar-capillary membrane?
- Which of the following statements is NOT true regarding the use of glutaraldehyde?
- To monitor correctness of respiratory care plans, which of the following should be used?
- In normal individuals, approximately what fraction of the VT is wasted ventilation (does not participate in gas exchange)?
- a 1/3
- b thinnest portion of the alveolar-capillary membrane
- c It can retain activity up to 90 days once activated.
- d asthma
- e care plan auditors and case study exercises
5 Multiple choice questions
- 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
- coronary sinus
- fetal lung fluid
5 True/False questions
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
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
4. I, II, and III ***
How would lung perfusion in a "zone 1" area best be described? → reduced
Hypoventilation is defined as: → elevated blood carbon dioxide level
What happens during normal inspiration? → ...