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Physiology Pulmonary Quiz

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What is used to calculate pulmonary function tests and lung volumes
spirometer(hooked up to specific software)
What are lung capacities
the sum of one or more lung volumes
What is vital capacity
IRV+TV+ERV
What is inspiratory capacity
IRV+TV
What is functional residual capacity
ERV+RV
What is total lung capacity
IRV+TV+ERV+RV
List the 4 lung volumes
Tidal volume
Inspiratory reserve volume
Expiratory reserve volume
Residual volume
Normal or quiet breathing
eupnea
shortness of breath or air hunger
dyspnea
cessation of breathing
apnea
Palv
alveolar pressure
PO2
partial pressure of oxygen
PCO2
partial pressure of carbon dioxide
Pao2
partial pressure of oxygen in arterial blood
Pvo2
partial pressure of oxygen in venous blood
Paco2
partial pressure of CO2 in arterial blood
Pvco2
partial pressure of CO2 in venous blood
PAo2
partial pressure of oxygen in alveolar gas
PAco2
partial pressure of CO2 in alveolar gas
So2
percent saturation of hb
Sao2
percent saturation of hb in arterial blood
Cao2
total concentration of oxygen in arterial blood
Cvo2
total concentration of oxygen in venous blood
VA
volume of alveolar gas
Vo2
rate of oxygen uptake per minute
Vco2
amt of CO2 eliminated per minute
R
respiratory exchange ratio
Q
cardiac output
in venous blood what is the normal PvO2
40 mmHg
in venous blood what is the normal PvCO2
46 mmHg
in arterial blood what is the normal PaO2
95 mmHg
in arterial blood what is the normal PaCO2
40 mmHg
in cells what is the PO2 and PCO2
40 and 46 mmHg
in the alveoli what is the PO2 and PCO2
100 mmHg and 40 mmHg
leaving the pulm capillary what is the PO2 and PCO2
100 mmHg and 40 mmHg