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Chaper 11

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Abnormal Breathing Dyspnea
Acute viral infection in infants and children, characterized by barking cough, obstruction of the larynx and strider. Croup
Coughing up of mucus or sputum from the throat and respiratory tract. Expectoration
removal of the voicebox Laryngectomy
collection of pus in the lungs pulmonary abscess
tube is placed through the mouth and throat into the trachea to establish an airway. endostracheal intubation
visual examination of he bronchial tubes using an endoscope or bronchoscope bronchoscopy
increased levels of carbon dioxide in the blood stream hypercapnia
Spitting up blood from the respiratory track hemoptysis
pain in the diaphragm phrenodynia
new opening of the trachea to the ouside of the body tracheotomy
Removal of the tonsils tonsillectomy
Surgical repair of the nose rhinoplasty
dyspnea on exertion DOE
upper respirtory infection URI
chronic inflammation disorder, chararcterized by airway obstrution and caused by bronchial edema, bronchoconstraction increased mucus production Asthma
Region between the lungs in the chest cavity mediastinum
Lymphatic tissue in the nasopharynx adenoids
Tapping on the surface to determine the underlying structure percussion
Muscle that separates the chest and abdomen; aids breathing Diaphragm
Pus collection in the pleural cavity Pyothorax
Breathing only comfortable when a patient is in an upright position. Orthopena
Whooping cough; bacterial infection of the throat, larynx and treachea pertussis
Endoscopic visual examination of the larynx larynogoscopy
Is the tip of a struture Apex
Bronchus Bronchi
purified protien derivative substance use in a tuberculosis test PPD
Essential parts of the lungs, responsible for respiration alveoli + bronchioles
Abnormal condition of asbestos fiber particles in th lungs Asbestosis
decrease oxyen in the blood Hypoxemia
Chronic obstructive pulmanry disease COPD
Collapsed lung Atelectasis
Highly contagious baterial infection of the pharynx, larynx, and trachea caused by Bordetella pertussis. Also know as pertussis Whooping cough
Collection of pus abscess
Created by: Spacey Stacy