5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- Controller Medicines
- Upper Respiratory Infection
- a Such as inhaled corticosteroids, are taken daily to prevent attacks. These medications help to control inflammation and to stop the airways from reacting to the factors that trigger the asthma.
- b Means voice or sound.
- c Also known as the Flu, is an acute, highly contagious viral respiratory infection that is spread by respriatory droplets and occurs most commonly in epidemics during the colder months.
- d Common Cold. An upper respiratory infection can be caused by any one of 200 different viruses.
- e 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.
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- Means mouth, or oral cavity.
- Abnormal increase in the depth and rate of the respiratory movements.
- second division of the pharynx
- Surgical removal of the larynx.
- Is the inner layer of pleura that surrounds each lung. Visceral means relating to the intenal organs.
5 True/False Questions
External Respiration → Is the act of bringing air into and out of the lungs and exchanging gases from this air.
laryngitis → Inflammation of the larynx.
hypoxia → The condition of having below normal oxygen levels in the body tissues and cells.
(FREN-ick) → Are formed where the trachea divides into two branches known as the Primary Bronchi. Because of the similarity of these branching structures to an inverted tree, this is referred to as the Bronchial Tree with one brach giong into each lung.
The term commonly known as shortness of breath is _______. → dyspnea