5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Which of the following is a good example of slowly adapting stretch receptors?
- Which of the following statements are true of the lecithin-to-sphingomyelin ratio?
- When a COPD patient leans forward braced in a tripod position, this lends particular advantage to which accessory muscles of inspiration?
- What is normal amount of anatomic deadspace found in a healthy lung?
- Which of the following is the primary muscle active in quiet breathing?
- a Diaphragm
- b pectoralis
- c I II III IV: it is predictive of fetal lung maturation, An L/S ratio greater than 2:1 indicates fetal lung maturity in nondiabetic pregnancies, the L/S ratio is falsely high in diabetes, the L/S ratio is generally 2:1 at 35 weeks gestation
- d 2ml/kg ideal body weight
- e Herring-Breuer reflex
5 Multiple choice questions
- False [the right bronchus is most likely due to its angle]
- Change in pressure/flow [ PEEP-Plateau/flow]
- Change in volume/change in pressure
- Airway resistance
5 True/False questions
How far is the diaphragm pulled down during tidal breathing? → That systemic arterial blood can never have the same partial pressure of oxygen as the alveolar gas
Which of the following signs is not consistent with complete airway obstruction? → Low-pitched snoring sound
Which of the following parts of the sternum marks the level of the carina? → Angle of Louis
What does the "pump handle" movement of rib pairs 2 through 7 achieve? → Increase in the anteroposterior diameter of the chest
Which of the following conditions is characterized by a loss of elastic lung tissue? → Emphysema