5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- bony thorax
- a 1) increase size 2) creates negative air pressure in lungs 3)air flows in to equalize pressure 4) air pressure in lungs becomes positive 5) air moves out to equalize pressure
- b air and blood in the pleural cavity
- c progressively smaller tubular branches of the airways
- d accumulation of pus in the pleural cavity
- e protection
5 Multiple choice questions
- force exerted by air molecules on walls of container
- Artificial nose.
- Inflammation of the larynx.
- method of artificial respiration and closed-chest massage used to restore breathing and cardiac output after cardiac arrest
- Name a special sense, located in the cochlea, that uses mechanoreceptors called hair cells, in the organ of corti.
5 True/False questions
T/F. One of the body's first responces to hypoxemia is to increase the rate and depth of respirations? → PaO2
T/F. Administraton of supplemental O2 may serve to exacerbate the hypoxemia and increase the body's stimulus to increase cardiac output? → False.
pyothorax → accumulation of pus in the pleural cavity
Diaphysis → obstructive pulmonary disease characterized by over expansion of the alveoli with air
One atmosphere equals how many PSI? → 14.7 psi