5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- What ethical issue has recently become a significant concern for respiratory therapists and all health care providers due to a congressional act?
- In a normal individual, what is the oxygen cost of breathing as a percentage of the body's total oxygen consumption?
- During a vaginal delivery, what facilitates the removal of fetal lung fluid from the pulmonary system?
- What was the name of the first professional organization for the field of respiratory care?
- The nerves that innervate the diaphragm arise from which area?
- a thoracic compression
- b spinal nerves C3 to C5
- c 5%
- d patient's right to privacy
- e Inhalation Therapy Association
5 Multiple choice questions
- It can retain activity up to 90 days once activated.
- I. to restore fluid pressure distal to a restricted orifice
II. to help keep entrainment ratios constant with varying flows
III. to make possible entrainment of large volumes of gas
1. I, II, and III ***
2. I and II
3. I and III
4. II and III
- from the alveolar gases
- pulmonary embolus
- role fidelity
5 True/False questions
What is the most common, efficient, and easiest sterilization method? → gas exchange
The semilunar (pulmonary and aortic) valves do which of the following? → separate the ventricles from their arterial outflow tracts
Why is the total mechanical work of breathing difficult to assess during spontaneous breathing? → Respiratory muscle activity contributes to inflation resistance.
Which of the following methods of heat transfer requires no direct contact between the warmer and cooler substances? → I. acidosis
1. II and IV
2. IV only
3. I, II, and III
4. I and III ***
What is the name of the external landmark that identifies the point at which the trachea branches into the right and left mainstem bronchi? → reduces friction