5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Lithotomy Position
- a lying on back with legs raised and feet in stirrups
- b Progressive loss of lung function due to a decrease in the total number of alveoli, the enlargement of the remaining alveoli, and then the progressive destruction of their walls.
- c Abnormally rapid rate of respiration, usually of more than 20 breaths per minute.
- d Abnormal increase in the depth and rate of the respiratory movements.
- e Inflammatin of the sinuses.
5 Multiple choice questions
- the formation of scar tissue in the lung, resulting in decreased lung capacity and increased difficulty in breathing
- every 3 hours
- located in the sphenoid bone, close to the optic nerves; an infection here can damage vision
- a physician who specializes in diagnosing and treating diseases and disorders of the lungs and associated tissues
5 True/False questions
noc → night
hyperventilation → an abnormally rapid rate of deep respiration that is usually associated with anxiety
spirometry → Testing method that utilizes a spirometer to record the volume of air inhaled or exhaled and the length of tiem each breath takes.
tuberculin skin testing → chest x-ray; a valuable tool for diagnosing pneumonia, lung tumors, pneumothorax, pleural effusion, tuberculosis, and emphysema
RV → Tidal volume.