5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- During expiration, why does gas flow out of the lungs to the atmosphere?
- In normal individuals, approximately what fraction of the VT is wasted ventilation (does not participate in gas exchange)?
- The pulmonary arterial circulation does which of the following?
- Which of the following is the term associated with a sound created by high-velocity air flowing through a narrowed glottis?
- Change in lung volume resulting from a unit of pressure change is known as which of the following?
- a Stridor
- b Lung compliance
- c II and IV: delivers unoxygenated blood to the lungs, originates on the right side of the heart
- d 1/3
- e Palv is greater than at the airway opening
5 Multiple choice questions
- Type I
- That systemic arterial blood can never have the same partial pressure of oxygen as the alveolar gas
- Parietal pleura
- It receives blood from right and left ventricles
- tidal volume VT
5 True/False questions
Which of the following statements are true of the phrenic nerves? → 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
Which of the following are the only accessory muscles of expiration? → Abdominal muscles
Which of the following pressure gradients is responsible for the actual flow of gas into and out of the lungs during breathing? → I and II: Norepinephrine, Acetylcholine
What type of epithelium covers the posterior two thirds of the nasal mucosa? → acinus
What is the name given to the action produced by the forward stroking of millions of cilia? → Mucociliary escalator