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Bronchoscopy
What is the term for visual examination of the bronchi using an endoscope inserted through the mouth and trachea.
pulmon/o pneum/o
H. air or lung
spir/o -pnea
C. breathe
tachy
F. rapid
thorac/o pector/o
G. chest
brady
H. slow
dys
E. bad or painful
eu
D. good or normal
cyan/o
I. blue
-capnia
A. carbon dioxide
epistaxis
What is the term for a nosebleed or nasal hemorrhage?
Upper respiratory infection
In respiratory terminology, what is the meaning of the abbreviation "URI
History
In general medical terminology, what is the meaning of the abbreviation "Hx"
salmeterol
D. Serevent
budesonide
C. Pulmicort
formoterol
H. Foradil
budesonide/formoterol
B. Symbicort
fexofenadine
E. Allegra
loratadine
F. Claritin
codeine phosphate/ guaifenesin
A. Cheritussin
albuterol
G. Proventil, Ventolin, ProAir
cardiopulmonary resuscitation
In respiratory terminology, what is the meaning of the abbreviation "CPR"?
oximetry
What is the term for a noninvasive method of monitoring the percentage of hemoglobin saturated with oxygen?
dry powder inhaler
In respiratory terminology, what is the meaning of the abbreviation "DPI"
pulmonary function test
What is the term for multiple tests used to evaluate the ability of the lungs to take in and expel air
fluticasone/salmeterol
Advair
mometasone
Nasonex
tracheostomy
What is the term for a surgical procedure in which an opening is made in the neck and into the trachea into which a breathing tube is inserted
tuberculosis
n respiratory terminology, what is the meaning of the abbreviation "TB"?
chest xray
In respiratory terminology, what is the meaning of the abbreviation "CXR"?
acidosis
What is the term for excessive acidity of body fluids
sputum culture
What is the term for a microbial test used to identify disease causing organisms of the lower respiratory tract, especially those that cause pneumonias
pharyng/o
I. throat
trache/o
G. windpipe
rhin/o
D. nose
sinus/o
E. cavity
laryng/o
A. voice box
alveol/o
F. air sac
neb
What is the term for the drug delivery system in the following picture? This device delivers medication in a mist form directly to the lung or air passageways.
Nasal Corticosteroid
What is the drug classification of Nasonex?
apnea
What is the term for temporary loss of breathing?
pulmonary edema
What is the term for accumulation of extravascular fluid in lung tissues and alveoli, caused most commonly by heart failure?
anticholinergic
What is the drug classification of Spiriva?
COPD
What is the drug indication for tiotropium?
leukotriene inhibitor
What is the drug classification of montelukast?
antihistamine 2nd generation
What is the drug classification of fexofenadine?
hypoxia
What is the term for a deficiency of oxygen?
LABA
What is the drug classification of formoterol?
chronic obstructive pulmonary disease
n respiratory terminology, what is the meaning of the abbreviation "COPD"
epiglottitis
What is the term for severe, life-threatening infection of the epiglottis and supraglottic structures that occurs most commonly in children between 2 and 12 years of age?
Anticholinergic
What is the drug classification of tiotroium?
alveoli
C starts w a
tonsillectomy & adenoidectomy
In respiratory terminology, what is the meaning of the abbreviation "T&A"
strep test
What is the term for a test used to identify pathogens in the upper respiratory tract, especially group A streptococci.
dpi
What is the term for the medication delivery device in the following picture? It requires your own ability to inhale deeply to deliver the medication.
antihistamine
What is the drug classification of cetirizine?
mdi
What is the term for the medication delivery device in the following picture? It uses pressurized air to expel medication from the device every time it is actuated.
pulmonary embolism
What is the term for a blockage in an artery of the lungs caused by a mass of undissolved matter?
metered dose inhaler
In respiratory terminology, what is the meaning of the abbreviation "MDI"?