5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Disruption of Respiratory Control
- Disruption of Pressure
- a function of systemic vascular resistance. How much pressure heart has to pump against in order to force blood into system. Greater Pressure = decreased SV.
- b ability to effectively transfer fluids .
- c hole - pressures can be disrupted impairing minute volume
bleeding - force collapse wall.
- d - stroke / infection - alter breathing
- toxins - affect capillaries (min volume)
- trauma - harm medulla
- e simple sugar converted from foods to energy or ATP
5 Multiple choice questions
- Force of contraction - how hard heart squeezes. More force = greater SV
- pressure in peripheral blood vessels that the heart must overcome in order to pump blood into the system.
- 1) mouth/nose
8) alveolar sac
9) capillaries (oxygen and carbon dioxide)
- - altered mental status
- inability to speak
- visual and hearing
- inability to walk
- loss of sensation
- pupil change
5 True/False questions
Exhalation → passive process - muscles relax, chest contract, + pressure pushes air out.
Fluid distribution Disruption of Fluid Balance → diseases and edema
Cardiac Output → ability to effectively transfer fluids .
Sympathetic → fight or flight - Constrict blood vessels
Upper airway obstructions (above trachea) → 1) Disruption of Respiratory Control
2) Disruption of Pressure
3) Disruption of Lung Tissue