5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- Into what structure do the eustachian tubes drain?
- The semilunar (pulmonary and aortic) valves do which of the following?
- Given a constant carbon dioxide production, how will changing the level of VA affect the PaCO2?
- What is the term for the temperature at which the water vapor in a gas begins to condense back into a liquid?
- Mixing of venous blood with arterial blood (a right-to-left shunt) occurs normally because of which of the following?
- a nasopharynx
- b separate the ventricles from their arterial outflow tracts
- c An increase in VA will decrease PaCO2.
- d dew point
- e I. congenital cardiac defects
II. bronchial venous drainage
III. thebesian venous drainage in the heart
1. I only
2. I, II, and III ***
3. II and III
4. II only
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- type I cells
- They can alter their capacity to maintain adequate perfusion.
- 1. all the above ***
2. computerized case study exercises
3. patient scenarios
4. experienced care plan auditors
5. comparison of therapist's patient assessment with the department's "gold standard" assessment
- I. pattern of gas flow (e.g., laminar versus turbulent)
II. characteristics of the gas being breathed
III. diameter and length of the airways
IV. variations in lung compliance
1. IV only
2. I, II, III, and IV ***
3. II and IV
4. I, II, and III
5 True/False Questions
What term is used in current health care that refers to an organized strategy of delivering care to a large group of individuals? → management
Which of the following is NOT one of the five key recommended components of an infection control program in the hospital setting? → development
In clinical practice measuring the physiologic dead space ventilation is achieved by using which formula? → modified Bohr equation
What maintains lung inflation during fetal development? → fetal lung fluid
The nerves that innervate the diaphragm arise from which area? → hospitals or acute care settings