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CLINICAL EXAM

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1.WHAT ARE THE FUNCTIONING OF THE NOSE? 1. GETS AIR TO LOWER AIRWAY-NASAL PASSAGES2. FILTRATION-MUCUS MEMBRANE3. WARMS AND COOLS-CONTACT WITH BLOOD VESSELS4. HUMIDITY-MUCUS MEMBRANE
3.HOW MANY LOBES ARE IN THE RIGHT LUNG? 1.UPPER LOBE2.MIDDLE LOBE3.LOWER LOBE
4.HOW MANY LOBES ARE IN THE LEFT LUNG? 1.UPPER LOBE2.LOWER LOBE
5.WHAT IS THE DEFINITION OF VENTILATION? VENTILATION IS THE MOVEMENT OF AIR INTO AND OUT OF THE LUNGS
6.WHAT IS PRIMARY MUSCLE OF VENTILATION? DIAPHRAGM
8.WHAT ARE THE FIVE REQUIREMENTS FOR RESPIRATION? 1. RESPIRATORY MUSCLES FUNCTIONING PROPERLY2. WIDE OPEN AIRWAYS3. ALVEOLI IN CONTACT WITH FUNCTIONING CAPILLARIES4. NORMAL BRAIN FUNCTION5. ADEQUATE BLOOD SUPPLE THROUGH THE PULMONARY AND SYSTEMIC CIRCULATION
9.WHAT IS PERFUSION? PERFUSION IS THE AMOUNT OF BLOOD IN THE PULMONARY AND SYSTEMIC CIRCULATION
10.WHAT ARE THE TWO RESPONSES THAT IS CONTROLLED BY THE BRAIN THAT DETERMINES VENTILATION? TIDAL VOLUME AND RESPIRATORY RATE
11.DURING VENTILATION AND PERFUSION MISMATCH, RESULTING IN POOR GAS EXCHANGE WILL CAUSE WHAT TWO THINGS TO OCCUR? 1.HYPOXIA2.HYPERCAPIA
13.WHAT ARE THE 3 COMPONENTS OF THE CARDIOVASCULAR SYSTEM? 1.HEART2.BLOOD3.BLOOD VESSELS
14.WHICH SIDE OF THE HEART IS RESPONSIBLE FOR CIRCULATION? LEFT-SYSTEMICRIGHT-PULMONARY
15.WHICH CIRCULATION HAS A HIGH DRIVING PRESSURE, HIGH ENERGY USAGE AND USES A LOT OF ENERGY? SYSTEMIC-LEFT
16.WHAT IS THE PRIMARY FUNCTION OF THE CAPILLARIES? GAS EXCHANGE
17.WHAT IS CARDIAC OUTPUT? CARDIAC OUTPUT IS THE VOLUME OF BLOOD PUMPER BY EACH VENTRICLE PER MINUTE, DUE TO THE HEART RATE AND STROKE VOLUME (HEART RATE x STROKE VOLUME= CARDIAC OUTPUT)
18.WHAT IS A NORMAL HEARTBEAT? A NORMAL HEARTBEAT IS 60-100 BEAT PER A MINUTE AT REST
19.WHAT IS TACHYCARDIA? TACHYCARDIA IS WHEN THE PULSE IS ABOVE 100 BEAT PER A MINUTE AT REST
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