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Respiration Vocab

Vet 108

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A condition of the lungs; clinically refers to inflammation of the lungs with consolidation Pneumonia
Inflammation of the trachea and bronchi Tracheobronchitis
clinically refers to an artificial opening created in the trachea Tracheostomy
Inflammation of the nose Rhinitis
Inflammation of the sinus Sinusitis
Breathing in inspiration
Breathing out Expiration
inspiration of foreign materials into the lungs Aspiration
within the nasal intranasal
no cartilage achondral
fluid in the pleural cavity hydrothorax
surgical incision in the chest cavity thoractomy
pertaining to the diaphram phrenic
mouth and throat oropharynx
to cut out a lob lobectomy
spasmodic contraction of bronchial muscle bronchospasm
reconstruction of the larynx laryngoplasty
measures oxygen saturation in teh blood though use of a noninvasive light source oxymetry
taking in air over and above his normal tidal volume inspiratory reserve volume
exhaling beyond that of the tidal volume expiratory reserve volume
suffocation asphyxiation
Created by: lindsayjones11