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5 Matching questions

  1. If a patient has a VT of 370 ml and a respiratory rate of 20 breaths per minute, what is the minute ventilation?
  2. What temperature is necessary to liquefy oxygen at 1 atm pressure?
  3. After placing a liquid into a small-diameter glass tube, you observe the formation of a convex (upwardly curved) meniscus. What conclusion is correct?
  4. In 1662, a chemist published a book that described the relationship between gas, volume, and pressure. What was the chemist's name?
  5. Which of the following factors determine how much of a given gas can dissolve in a liquid?
  1. a I. solubility coefficient of the gas
    II. temperature of the liquid
    III. gas pressure above the liquid

    1. I, II, and III ***
    2. II and III
    3. I and II
    4. I and III
  2. b -183.0° C
  3. c Strong cohesive forces exist among the liquid molecules.
  4. d Robert Boyle
  5. e 7.40 L/min

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. 43.8 mg/L
  2. The VA per minute will decrease.
  3. Increased bronchial arterial flow to the area
  4. 68%
  5. Capillary action

5 True/False questions

  1. A normal 150-lb man is breathing at a rate of 17 with a tidal volume of 450 ml. By estimation, what is his approximate alveolar ventilation?5.10 L/min


  2. The dicrotic notch recorded in the aorta immediately follows what mechanical event of the cardiac cycle?closure of the aortic valve


  3. Approximately what percent of patients receiving mechanical ventilation develop pneumonia as a complication?25%


  4. During each cycle of normal resting ventilation, a volume of gas is moved into and out of the respiratory tract. This cyclical volume is called the:tidal volume (VT)


  5. If you are caring for a patient who is suspected of having SARS, at what distance from the patient is it recommended to wear an effective filtration mask?relative humidity