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Cardiopulmonary Anatomy

Biology

Quiz 2 :

Ventilation

Quiz 2 :

Ventilation

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What is the term for the pressure difference that occurs across the airway wall ?
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A

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What is the general term for a pressure difference between two points in a system?
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C

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At sea level, what would the alveolar pressure at end-expiration equal?
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A

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Which sequence represents one respiratory cycle? ​ I. Inspiration, expiration II. Inspiration, end-inspiration, expiration, and end-expiration III. Expiration, end-expiration, inspiration, end-inspiration IV. End-inspiration, inspiration, end-expiration, expiration ​
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What of the following is used to calculate lung compliance?
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What instrument is used to measure Patm?
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What is the term for the difference between the alveolar pressure and the pleural pressure?
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At sea level under standard conditions, what would the PB equal in mm Hg ?
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Which clinical measurement is used to evaluate the elastic forces of the lungs?
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At what point in the ventilatory cycle would the intra-alveolar pressure be higher than the atmospheric pressure?
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Which pressure is represented by Prs = PB - Palv ?
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What is the movement of air from one lung to another?
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Which abnormal breathing pattern is a result of diaphragm fatigue or paralysis?
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What is the general term for the inward movement of tissue between the ribs during inspiration due to increased negative intrapleural pressure generated during respiratory distress?
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Reversible bronchospasm, airways inflammation, mucous plugging, and hyperinflation of the alveoli are characteristics of what pulmonary disorder?
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What is the general term for the force required to move gas or fluid through a tube or vessel?
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What would the lung compliance equal if a pressure change of 4 cm H20 resulted in a volume change of 600 mL?
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What is the term for the movement of gas from the external environment to the alveoli?
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Which gas law states that at constant temperature, a volume of gas varies inversely proportional to its pressure?
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How do obstructive lung diseases that cause air trapping affect lung compliance?
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