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RADP 122- Pulmonary Diseases
Various symptoms make this disease har…
Chest Physio is not recommended for co…
What is a tumor?
when bacteria, viruses, fungi, or para…
Cancer
Cancer- aggravates the lungs, and could break off parts of tu…
An abnormal amount of cell growth
Infectious pneumonia
Various symptoms make this disease har…
Cancer
Chest Physio is not recommended for co…
Cancer- aggravates the lungs, and could break off parts of tu…
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PTH 122 Pulmonary Part 2
What does COPD stand for?
What is COPD?
Which is the most common chronic pulmo…
COPD is a combination of what?
Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease
chronic airflow limitation that is not fully reversible
COPD
Chronic airway inflammation and remodeling (reorganization of…
What does COPD stand for?
Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease
What is COPD?
chronic airflow limitation that is not fully reversible
48 terms
PTH 122 Pulmonary Part 1
Anatomically, the respiratory system c…
Lung function is comprised of ________…
What is the movement of air through th…
What describes the gas exchange within…
1. The upper airway... 2. The lower airway... 3. The terminal alveoli
ventilation and respiration
Ventilation
Respiration
Anatomically, the respiratory system c…
1. The upper airway... 2. The lower airway... 3. The terminal alveoli
Lung function is comprised of ________…
ventilation and respiration
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BI 122 -- I hate everything especially the pulmonary system
O2, CO2, ... liquors,... sounds
upper, ... hairs, ... dehumidifies,
goblet
cilia
The Pulmonary (Respiratory) System :... ƒ:... 1. Deliver ___ to tis…
Organs of the Resp. Sys: _____ Respiratory Tract:... 1. Nose & N…
Components Nose & Nasal Cavity: ... A. Ciliated pseudostratifie…
Smoking slows movement of ____, eventually paralyzing & destr…
O2, CO2, ... liquors,... sounds
The Pulmonary (Respiratory) System :... ƒ:... 1. Deliver ___ to tis…
upper, ... hairs, ... dehumidifies,
Organs of the Resp. Sys: _____ Respiratory Tract:... 1. Nose & N…
29 terms
Bio 122 CV
Superior vena cava
Inferior vena cava
Coronary sinus
Right atrium
Superior vena cava
Inferior vena cava
27 terms
Bio 122 Heart Oral/ Practical
superior vena cava v.
Inferior vena cava v.
Coronary sinus v.
Right Atrium
superior vena cava v.
Inferior vena cava v.
118 terms
BI 122 Lab Brian Mikula - Cardiovascular System
Apex (of the Heart)
Pericardial Sac
Epicardium (Visceral Pericardium)
Parietal Pericardium
Apex (of the Heart)
Pericardial Sac
40 terms
#2 BI 122: Heart
Pericardial Sac
Parietal Pericardium
Epicardium
Myocardium
Identify this serous membrane sac surrounding the heart.
Name this covering (note the heart has been removed).
Name this covering (it lies directly on the heart). Aka the v…
Name this layer of the ventricles.
Pericardial Sac
Identify this serous membrane sac surrounding the heart.
Parietal Pericardium
Name this covering (note the heart has been removed).
49 terms
122 Review
Erythrocytes
Hematocrit
Hemoglobin
Leukocytes
Major portion of the blood cells. Hematocrit. Hemoglobin
% RBCs as part of total blood volume. 45% in Men & 43% in Wom…
Major component of RBCs. Transports O2 from lungs to the tiss…
Protects body against: Bacteria, Viruses, Parasites, Toxins,…
Erythrocytes
Major portion of the blood cells. Hematocrit. Hemoglobin
Hematocrit
% RBCs as part of total blood volume. 45% in Men & 43% in Wom…
63 terms
Heart
Right Ventricle
Anterior interventricular artery
Aorta
Aortic arch
Right Ventricle
Anterior interventricular artery
29 terms
BI 122 exam #1 heart
pericardial sac
parietal pericardium
visceral pericardium (epicardium)
myocardium
two layered "bag" that the heart sits in
inner lining of the pericardial sac
directly covers the heart
thick, muscular wall, connective tissue between muscle layers…
pericardial sac
two layered "bag" that the heart sits in
parietal pericardium
inner lining of the pericardial sac
544 terms
AP II- Blood, Blood Vessels, and Heart Anatomy
brachiocephalic trunk
left common carotid artery
left subclavian artery
ascending aorta
brachiocephalic trunk
left common carotid artery
45 terms
Lecture 2 Pulmonary Assessment
What is the first tier of tasks to com…
What is second tier of tasks to comple…
What are the VS norms for adults?
What is an abnormal SpO2?
1. Check the chart for PT orders... 2. Check the chart for chang…
1. Wash hands... 2. Introduce myself to pt... 3. Check ID wrist ban…
HR - 60-85 bpm... BP - <120/80 mmHg... RR - 12-20 breath/min... SpO2 -…
<88%
What is the first tier of tasks to com…
1. Check the chart for PT orders... 2. Check the chart for chang…
What is second tier of tasks to comple…
1. Wash hands... 2. Introduce myself to pt... 3. Check ID wrist ban…
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EMT 122
3 Divisions of The Respiratory System
Wheezing Breath Sounds
Hypoxemia
Dyspnea
upper, lower, lungs
High pitched, whistling. Heard usually on exhalation, severe…
Decreased O2 in the bloodstream. Usually O2 <94%
Difficulty breathing, shortness of breath
3 Divisions of The Respiratory System
upper, lower, lungs
Wheezing Breath Sounds
High pitched, whistling. Heard usually on exhalation, severe…
27 terms
BIO 122 Intro to Circulatory System and Heart
Epicardium
Homeostasis
Pericardium
Myocardium
covers the heart surface consisting mainly of a simple squamo…
State of body equilibrium or stable internal environment of t…
double-walled sac enclosing the heart. The space between the…
The middle layer and is composed of cardiac muscle performing…
Epicardium
covers the heart surface consisting mainly of a simple squamo…
Homeostasis
State of body equilibrium or stable internal environment of t…
13 terms
EMS 122 Chapter 16
Emphysema (COPD)
Chronic bronchitis
Asthma
Pneumonia
A permanent disease process distal to the terminal bronchiole…
A disease process that affects primarily the bronchi and bron…
A common respiratory condition associated with severe shortne…
An acute infectious disease cause by bacterium or a virus tha…
Emphysema (COPD)
A permanent disease process distal to the terminal bronchiole…
Chronic bronchitis
A disease process that affects primarily the bronchi and bron…
66 terms
Biology 122 LAB Respiratory System
External Nares (Nostrils)
Nasal Cavity
Nasal Conchae
Nasal Septum
Scrolls in nose; Superior at the top, middle, and inferior at…
Line down between conchae.
External Nares (Nostrils)
Nasal Cavity
22 terms
Ventilation-Perfusion 122
4 L/min (V)
5 L/min (Q)
0.8
V/Q Ratio
Normal Ventilation
Normal Capillary Blood Flow, cardiac output
Normal Ventilation-Perfusion (V/Q) Ratio
Upper lung region higher than 0.8. Lower lung region lower th…
4 L/min (V)
Normal Ventilation
5 L/min (Q)
Normal Capillary Blood Flow, cardiac output
35 terms
Bio 122 Chapters 19 and 20 The Heart
Aorta
Right Pulmonary Artery
Superior Vena Cava
Right Pulmonary Veins
Large artery through which blood leaves the heart to enter th…
Right side of the vessel bringing blood to the lungs
Brings blood from the upper portion of the body to the heart
Brings blood from the lungs on the right hand side
Aorta
Large artery through which blood leaves the heart to enter th…
Right Pulmonary Artery
Right side of the vessel bringing blood to the lungs
17 terms
Bio 122 lab- rat dissection
Dorsal
ventral
cranial
caudal
back of the body
front of the body
head
tail
Dorsal
back of the body
ventral
front of the body
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122 Midterm
Liver... Postion/Seen?
Gallbladder... Postion/Seen?
Spleen... Seen?
Stomach... Postion/Seen?
Lives in the cranial abdomen, slightly in the rib cage... Is seen
Near liver lobes... Not normally seen
Not seen in cats noramlly
Caudal to liver and found in rib cage... Is seen
Liver... Postion/Seen?
Lives in the cranial abdomen, slightly in the rib cage... Is seen
Gallbladder... Postion/Seen?
Near liver lobes... Not normally seen
41 terms
Exercise and Its Effects 122
Oxygen Consumption
Arterial Blood Gas Levels
Oxygen Diffusion
Increased Cardiac Output (CO)
At rest Vo2 250 ml/min.Skeletal muscles account for 35 to 40…
No significant PaO2, PaCO2 or PH changes from rest to 70% of…
Diffusion capacity increases in responses to increased oxygen…
Intravascular pressure in pulmonary artery and left atrium to…
Oxygen Consumption
At rest Vo2 250 ml/min.Skeletal muscles account for 35 to 40…
Arterial Blood Gas Levels
No significant PaO2, PaCO2 or PH changes from rest to 70% of…
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nurs 122
abrasion
abscess
avulsion
blister
wound caused by shear force or friction against skin, removin…
a contained accumulation of pus within a tissue
ragged wound that occurs when trauma forces the skin to separ…
a fluid-filled bubble on the skin caused by friction, burning…
abrasion
wound caused by shear force or friction against skin, removin…
abscess
a contained accumulation of pus within a tissue
330 terms
KIN122 Test 3
Types of CVD
How many people die of heart disease i…
CVD is the leading cause of death for ?
what is the most common form of CVD?
-Hypertension... -Coronary heart disease or coronary artery dise…
600,000 people... 1 in every 4 deaths
both men and women
Coronary Heart Disease... -kills nearly 380,000 people each year…
Types of CVD
-Hypertension... -Coronary heart disease or coronary artery dise…
How many people die of heart disease i…
600,000 people... 1 in every 4 deaths
95 terms
B2- The Heart
Pulmonary circuit
Systemic circuit
Base
Apex
Carries deoxygenated blood to the lungs and oxygenated blood…
-Takes oxygenated blood from left side of heart to deliver ox…
Pulmonary circuit
Carries deoxygenated blood to the lungs and oxygenated blood…
Systemic circuit
-Takes oxygenated blood from left side of heart to deliver ox…
38 terms
Ch. 25 (122)
acute coronary syndrome
afterload
Apical impulse
AV node
refers to rupture of an atheromatous plaque in a diseased cor…
amount of resistance to ejection of blood from the ventricle
impulse normally palpated at the fifth intercostal space, lef…
secondary pacemaker of the heart, located in the right atrial…
acute coronary syndrome
refers to rupture of an atheromatous plaque in a diseased cor…
afterload
amount of resistance to ejection of blood from the ventricle
22 terms
Heart Labeling
aortic arch
pulmonary trunk
left pulmonary artery
left pulmonary veins
1
2
3
4
aortic arch
1
pulmonary trunk
2
112 terms
A&P 122 - QUIZ II Part 2
name one autoimmune disease
after clonal selection b cells differe…
name one primary lymphoid organ
the bulk of the spleen consists of___…
graves disease
memory b cells
bone marrow
the medulla
name one autoimmune disease
graves disease
after clonal selection b cells differe…
memory b cells
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anatomy 122 final
Process of how a hemocytoblast gives r…
Life cycle of an erythrocyte
Maintaining a normal hematocrit
Clinical considerations for Rh antibod…
hemocytoblast is activated via EPO or some type of hormone at…
1) RBC is created via hemocytoblast in red bone marrow... 2) tra…
1) decreased O2 in the blood/ HCT (% of blood in plasma)... 2) t…
transfusions: Rh- receives blood with Rh+; first transfusion…
Process of how a hemocytoblast gives r…
hemocytoblast is activated via EPO or some type of hormone at…
Life cycle of an erythrocyte
1) RBC is created via hemocytoblast in red bone marrow... 2) tra…
29 terms
Heart Lab Terms
superior vena cava v.
inferior vena cava
coronary sinus
right atrium
superior vena cava v.
inferior vena cava
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Pulmonary Function Studies
Indications for PFTs
Predicted Values for PFTs
pft normal value
4 l/min.
-Screening for the presence of pulmonary disease.... - Evaluatin…
-Height, Most important factor influencing lung size and pred…
Values are generally abnormal when they are + or - 20% of pre…
pft normal value
Indications for PFTs
-Screening for the presence of pulmonary disease.... - Evaluatin…
Predicted Values for PFTs
-Height, Most important factor influencing lung size and pred…
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VT 122 - Lower Respiratory Diseases
Diseases of the Lung Parenchyma
Lower Respiratory Signs
Lower Airway Coughing Etiology
Characteristics of a Cough
1. Infectious/parasitic disease... 2. Idiopathic inflammation... 3.…
1. Coughing... 2. Tachypnea... 3. Expiratory dyspnea... 4. Tracheal se…
1. Feline asthma... 2. Allergic bronchitis... 3. Chronic bronchitis…
1. Productive... 2. Nonproductive... 3. Dry... 4. Moist... 5. Daytime... 6.…
Diseases of the Lung Parenchyma
1. Infectious/parasitic disease... 2. Idiopathic inflammation... 3.…
Lower Respiratory Signs
1. Coughing... 2. Tachypnea... 3. Expiratory dyspnea... 4. Tracheal se…
51 terms
RAD 122 Final study guide
Chole
Cysto
Choledocho
Cholangio
"bile"
"sac or bladder"
"common bile duct"
"bile ducts"
Chole
"bile"
Cysto
"sac or bladder"
24 terms
The Pulmonary (Respiratory) System
Function of Pulmonary System
Organs of respiratory system
Nose and Nasal Cavity
Nose and Nasal Cavity Components
1. deliver O2 to tissues (for aerobic cellular respiration)... 2…
1. nose and nasal cavity... 2. sinuses... 3. pharynx... 4. larynx... 5. t…
function: ... 1. entrance for air... 2. filter air via hairs... 3. moi…
A. ciliated Pseudostratified columnar epithelium cells w/ hig…
Function of Pulmonary System
1. deliver O2 to tissues (for aerobic cellular respiration)... 2…
Organs of respiratory system
1. nose and nasal cavity... 2. sinuses... 3. pharynx... 4. larynx... 5. t…
11 terms
BI 122 lecture
Alveolar ventilation
Surface tension
Intraplural pressure
Elastic recoil
Movement of air in and out of alveoli
The layer of pleural fluid between the parietal and visceral…
-4mmHg
Elastic tissues of the lungs that reduce lung volumes
Alveolar ventilation
Movement of air in and out of alveoli
Surface tension
The layer of pleural fluid between the parietal and visceral…
30 terms
Heart
Superior Vena Cava A.
Inferior Vena Cava A.
Coronary Sinus V.
Right Atrium
Brings blood to right atrium from parts above heart
Brings blood to right atrium from parts below heart
Brings blood to right atrium from heart tissue
Superior Vena Cava A.
Brings blood to right atrium from parts above heart
Inferior Vena Cava A.
Brings blood to right atrium from parts below heart
49 terms
biology 122 test chapters 37- 42 -Alexia Bowen
During the contraction of a vertebrate…
. Sustained muscle contraction without…
The theory that addresses how muscles…
Which of the below is the basic contra…
bind with troponin, changing its shape so that the myosin-bin…
tetanus
The sliding filament theory
The sarcomere
During the contraction of a vertebrate…
bind with troponin, changing its shape so that the myosin-bin…
. Sustained muscle contraction without…
tetanus
57 terms
BI 122 Lecture Exam #1Cardiovascular System
pericardium
Fibrous, Parietal, Visceral (epicardiu…
epicardium
myocardium
Covering over heart & proximal ends of vessels.
What are the layers and spaces of the heart from outer to inn…
(visceral pericardium)... ƒ: Serous lubrication, energy (fat) st…
Cardiac muscle tissue.... ƒ: Pump blood through chambers
pericardium
Covering over heart & proximal ends of vessels.
Fibrous, Parietal, Visceral (epicardiu…
What are the layers and spaces of the heart from outer to inn…
50 terms
BIOH122 - Session 4
Contractile fibers
Depolarisation
Plateau Phase
Repolarisation
- The action potential initiated by the SA node travels along…
- cardiac cells resting membrane potential is -90mv ... - excita…
- 250 msec (only 1msec in neuron)... - slow Ca+2 channels open t…
- Ca+2 channels close inflow while K+ channels are... open for o…
Contractile fibers
- The action potential initiated by the SA node travels along…
Depolarisation
- cardiac cells resting membrane potential is -90mv ... - excita…
172 terms
Biology 122 exam 2 circulation
Regulation of hemocrit: negative feedb…
Clotting of blood may be slowed by:
Clotting occurs by:
Clot formation
Oxygen definicieny stimulates erythropoietin production by ki…
Aspirin... Low platelet count... A mutation in a clotting factor pr…
Stimulus: a blood vessel is damaged ... Phase 1: a vascular spas…
1. Enzyme cascade results in activation of factor X... 2. Factor…
Regulation of hemocrit: negative feedb…
Oxygen definicieny stimulates erythropoietin production by ki…
Clotting of blood may be slowed by:
Aspirin... Low platelet count... A mutation in a clotting factor pr…
103 terms
Bio 122 Chapter 22 Respiratory System
Inspiration begins as
What is the result of inspiration?
Which of the following occurs during e…
Which of the following is true at the…
the diaphragm contracts
An increased alveolar volume causes decreased alveolar pressure
Decreased alveolar volume causes increased alveolar pressure
The PO2 is lower in the capillaries and in the alveoli
Inspiration begins as
the diaphragm contracts
What is the result of inspiration?
An increased alveolar volume causes decreased alveolar pressure
27 terms
Heart
superior vena cava vein
inferior vena cava vein
coronary sinus vein
right atrium
superior vena cava vein
inferior vena cava vein
30 terms
Practical 1: Heart and Associated Structures
Vagus nerve (X)
Epicardium (visceral pericardium)
Parietal pericardium
Myocardium
Muscle of the heart
Vagus nerve (X)
Epicardium (visceral pericardium)
36 terms
Biology 122 - Chapter 37
Key Concept 37-1: ... What are the struct…
Key Concept 37-1:... What are the three t…
Key Concept 37-2: (1)... What is the func…
Key Concept 37-2: (2)... What are WHITE b…
The human circulatory system consists of the HEART, a series…
As blood flows through the circulatory system, it moves throu…
RED blood cells transports oxygen rich blood.
WHITE blood cells are the army of the circulatory system.
Key Concept 37-1: ... What are the struct…
The human circulatory system consists of the HEART, a series…
Key Concept 37-1:... What are the three t…
As blood flows through the circulatory system, it moves throu…
26 terms
NU 122 test 4 - CHF
CHF
risk factors for CHF
s/s of right sided heart failure
s/s of left sided heart failure
inability of the heart to meet the oxygen demands of the body
-MI... -valvular defects... -HTN... -anemia... -hyperthyroidism... -obesity…
symptoms are seen in systemic circulation... -dependent, pittin…
symptoms are seen in pulmonary system... -dyspnea (from fluid in…
CHF
inability of the heart to meet the oxygen demands of the body
risk factors for CHF
-MI... -valvular defects... -HTN... -anemia... -hyperthyroidism... -obesity…
27 terms
B-5 Respiratory system objectives 8-12
Gas movement into the tissues
How Does Pressure Change?
How is O2 transported ... in the blood?
How is CO2 transported ... in the blood?
Gases Move from Atmosphere--> Lung Alveoli --> Bloodstream-->…
PO2 decreases in the blood as you get further from the atmosp…
98% is attached to Hg in red blood cells... Oxygen bound to Hg =…
70% is transported in the form of bicarbonate in blood plasma…
Gas movement into the tissues
Gases Move from Atmosphere--> Lung Alveoli --> Bloodstream-->…
How Does Pressure Change?
PO2 decreases in the blood as you get further from the atmosp…
HNN122 Week 4 Altered Breathing
hypoxia
Tachypnoea
Bradypnoea
Orthopnoea
Insufficient oxygen anywhere in the body
Abnormally fast respiration rate; usually more than 24 respir…
Abnormally slow respiration rate; usually less than 10 respir…
Ability to breathe only when in an upright position (sitting…
hypoxia
Insufficient oxygen anywhere in the body
Tachypnoea
Abnormally fast respiration rate; usually more than 24 respir…
18 terms
15-42 major arteries and veins leading to and from the heart
right common carotid a.
right internal jugular v.
right subclavian a.
brachiocephalic a.
Identify # 1
Identify # 2
Identify # 3
Identify # 4
right common carotid a.
Identify # 1
right internal jugular v.
Identify # 2
66 terms
BI 122 The Cardiovascular System
Components
Heat location
Pericardial Sac
Cardiac Wall Structure
Blood and blood vessels
Medial
Pericardium: covering over heart and pro. ends of vessl.... - La…
1. epicardium: (visc. pericardium) - serous lube and nrg stor…
Components
Blood and blood vessels
Heat location
Medial
28 terms
B2 Oral Quiz - Heart
Superior Vena Cava v.
Inferior Vena Cava v.
Coronary Sinus v.
Right Atrium (Atria)
Brings deoxygenated blood from the head, neck, and upper ches…
Brings deoxygenated blood from the lower body regions and emp…
A collection of veins joined together to form a large vessel…
Deoxygenated blood flows into this chamber via the superior a…
Superior Vena Cava v.
Brings deoxygenated blood from the head, neck, and upper ches…
Inferior Vena Cava v.
Brings deoxygenated blood from the lower body regions and emp…
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