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Haney-Mtc9, 2015

Repiratory System

The repiratory system cooperates with the circulatory system to provide _____ for body cells and to expel waste carbon dioxide through breathing oxygen
The process of breathing in inspiration
The drawing of air into the lungs inhalation
Expelling air from the lungs expiration or exhalation
Pulmonary pertains to what? lungs
The complex of organs and structures that perfrom pulmonary ventilation and the exchange of oxygen and carbon dioxide between the air and the blood as it circulates through the lungs repiratory tract
The conducting passages of the respiratory tract are known as what? upper and lower respiratory tract
The trachea, bronchi, bronchioles, alveoli, and lungs belong to what respiratory tract? lower respiratory tract
Also known as windpipe trachea
The pendant, fleshy tissue that hangs from the soft palate uvula
Roof of the mouth palate
Tubular passage that carries fluid from the eye to the nasal cavity nasolacrimal duct
Serves as the passage way for both the respiratory and digestive tracts pharynx
Plural of epiglottis epiglottides
Small pockets where carbon dioxide are exchanged between the inspired air alveoli
Apical refers to what? apex
Each lung is surrounded by a membrane called what? pleura
The muscular partition that seperates the thoracic and abdominal cavities diaphragm
Procedure where abnormal sounds can be heard when a stethoscope is used to evaluate the sound of air moving in and out of the lungs ausculation
An abnormal sound consisiting of a continuous rumbling sound that clears on coughing rhonchus
A musical sound that sounds like a squeak wheeze
Discontinuous bubbling noises during inspiration that are not cleared by coughing crackles
A dry, grating sound friction rub
An abnormal high-pitched musical sound caused by an obstruction in the trachea or larynx stridor
ABG arterial blood gas
Abnormally thick mucus secreted by the membranes of the respiratory passages phlegm
Phlegm or other material that is coughed up from the lungs sputum
Absence of spontaneous breathing apnea
Abnormal pattern of respiration that is characterized by alternating periods of apnea and deep, rapid breathing, occuring more frequently during sleep cheyne-stokes repiration (CSR)
Labored or difficult breathing dyspnea
Condition caused by insufficient intake of oxygen asphyxia or asphyxiation
Increased heart rate tachycardia
Exaggerated deep, rapid, or labored respiration hyperpnea
Excessive aeration of the lungs, commonly reduces carbon dioxide levels in the body hyperventilation
Normal pH of body fluids 7.35 to 7.45
Fast breathing tachypnea
Slow breathing bradypnea
Cessation of breathing respiratory arrest
Highly contagious respiratory infection that is caused by various strains of influenza virus influenza
Method of dislodging food or other obstruction from the windpipe heimlich maneuver
Surgical creation of an opening in the trachea tracheostomy
Mouthlike opening stoma
The act of process of adding oxygen oxygenation
Created by: mhtgroup