5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- a Paralysis of the larynx.
- b Acute respiratory syndrome in children and infants characterized by obstruction of the larynx, hoarseness, and a barking cough.
- c Progressive loss of lung function due to a decrease in the total number of alveoli, the enlargement of the remaining alveoli, and then the progressive destruction of their walls.
- d Medication that expands the opening of the passages into the lungs.
- e Difficult or labored breathing.
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- A chronic alleric disorder characterized by spisodes of severe breathing difficulty, coughing and wheezing.
- Specializes in diagnosing and treating diseases and disorders of the ears, nose, and throat.
- Shallow or slow respiration.
- Medical equipment that dispenses doses of medication in the form of a mist.
- The cavity located between the lungs.
5 True/False Questions
endotracheal intubation → The passage of a tube through the nose or mouth into the treachea to establish or maintain an open airway.
hyperpnea → Abnormal increase in the depth and rate of the respiratory movements.
antitussive → Medication administered to prevent, or relieve coughing.
aphonia → The loss of the ability of the laryns to produce normal speech sounds.
hemoptysis → Spitting of blood or bloodstained sputum derived from the lungs or bronchial tubes as the result of a pulmonary or bronchial hemorrhage.