5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- external respiration
- Hyper hypercapnia
- nas & rhin
- a the exchange of gases between the air in the lungs and the bloodstream
- b lobe excision (-ectomy) of a lobe of any organ or gland
- c excessive, above normal excess amount of carbon dioxide (-capnia) in the blood
- d Condition in which breathing is easier in an upright position, either sitting or standing.
- e nose
5 Multiple choice questions
- abnormal condition
- chest puncture (-centesis ) of the chest to remove fluids
- Accumulation of fluid in the alveoli and interstitial spaces; most common cause is left sided congestive heart failure.
- the uppermost cartilage which closes over the top of the larynx during swalling to prevent food entry into the airway
5 True/False questions
thoracic surgery → A surgical incision that opens the chest for diagnostic or therapeutic purposes.
bradypnea → Abnormal slow breathing evidenced by a respiratory rate of less than 12 respirations per minute
pulmonary embolus (PE) → Localized colledtion of puss in the lunngs.
anoxemia hypoxemia → Absence or deficency of oxygen in the blood.
ox → oxygen