5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Cheyne-Stokes respiration
- sudden infant death syndrome
- Rescue Medication
- a Is paralysis of the larynx.
- b SIDS
- c Means larynx
- d Are taken at the first sign lf an attack to dilate the airways and make breathing easier. This medication is known as bronchodilators.
- e Pattern of alternating periods of rapid breathing, slow breathin, and the absence of breathing.
5 Multiple choice questions
- Is the act of bringing air into and out of the lungs and exchanging gases from this air.
- Also known as the Voice Box, is a triangular chamber located between the pharynx and the trachea.
-The larynx is protected and supported by a series of nine separate cartilages. the Thyroid Cartilage is the largest, and when enlarged, it is commonly known as the Adam's Apple.
-The larynx contains the Vocal Cords. During breathing, the cords are separated to let air pass. During speech, they close together, and sound is produced as air is expelled from the lungs, causing the cords to vibrate against each other.
- Is an inflammation of the larynx. This term is also commonly used to describe voice loss that is caused by this inflammation.
- Now largely prevented through immunization, is an acute bacterial infection of the throat and upper respiratory tract. The diphtheria bacteria produce toxins that can damage the heart muscle and peripheral nerves.
5 True/False questions
Internal Respiration → Are taken at the first sign lf an attack to dilate the airways and make breathing easier. This medication is known as bronchodilators.
The term meaning an absence of spontaneous respiration is _____. → apnea
-itis → Means Inflammation.
The heart, aorta, esophagus, and trachea are located in the ___________. → tracheoplasty
(BRONG-kee-ohlz) → Which are the smallest branches of the Bronchi.