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Exam Review Respiratory

What is the nasal cavity a chamber lined with mucous membrane and tiny hairs or cilia
What are olfactory neurons receptors for the sense of smell
What happens when CO2 as it enters pulmonary capillaries diffuses from blood and enters alveoli spaces while O2 from alveoli diffuses into the blood
What happens to the diaphragm when we breath contracts and moves down to draw in air (inspiration). Relaxes and moves up when we exhale.
What is external respiration exchange of O2 & CO2 between alveoli & blood in pulmonary capillaries
What is internal respiration exchange of O2 & CO2 between body cells & blood in systemic capillaries
What is pulmonary ventilation breathing
What is the transport of respiratory gases when blood aided by the cardiovascular system transports C02 to lungs and O2 to body cells
What is the respiratory system responsible for taking O2 from the air into lungs and body cells and returning CO2,water, waste to the environment
What are exudates high protein, contains blood and immune cells
What are transudates non inflammatory fluid resembles serum with less protein
What causes asthma Allergen, irritants, cold, exercise and stress (AICES)
What are 3 major disorders of COPD asthma, chronic bronchitis, emphysema (ACE)
What is emphysema a decrease in elasticity of the alveoli- cannot contract back to original size.
Created by: amatt