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5 Matching questions

  1. Epistaxis
    (ep-ih-STACK-sis)
  2. spirometry
  3. During respiration, the exchange of gases takes place through the walls of the _______.
  4. -pharynx
  5. Laryngoplegia
    (lar-ing-goh-PLEE-jee-ah)
  1. a Testing method that utilizes a spirometer to record the volume of air inhaled or exhaled and the length of tiem each breath takes.
  2. b Also known as a Nose Bleed, is bleeding from the nose that is usually caused by an injury, excessive use of blood thinners, or bleeding disorders.
  3. c Is paralysis of the larynx.
  4. d alveoli
  5. e Means throat.

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. -During swallowing, the soft palate, which is the muscular posterior portion of the roof of the mouth, moves up and backward to close off the nasopharynx. This movement prevents food or liquid from going up into the nose.
    -At the same time, the EPIGLOTTIS, which is a lid-like structure located at the base of the tongue, swings downward and closes off the laryngopharynx so that food does not enter the trachea and the lungs.
  2. The form of pneumoconiosis caused by asbestos particles in the lungs.
  3. Also known as the Pleural Space, is the airtight area between the layers of the pleural membranes. This space contains a thin layer of fluid that allows the membranes to slide easily during breathing.
  4. pertussis
  5. tracheotomy

5 True/False questions

  1. pulmonIs the muscular posterior portion of the roof of the mouth.

          

  2. Exercise-induced Bronchospasms (EIB)Are the narrowing of the airways that develops after 5-15 minutes of physical exertion. This also can be due to cold weather or allergies.

          

  3. Croup
    (KROOP)
    Is a thin, moist, and slippery membrane that covers the outer surface of the lungs and lines the inner surface of the rib cage.

          

  4. Bronchorrhea
    (brong-koh-REE-ah)
    Is any change in vocal quality, including hoarseness, weakness, or the cracking of a boy's voice during puberty.

          

  5. Upper Respiratory InfectionCommon Cold. An upper respiratory infection can be caused by any one of 200 different viruses.

          

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