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Ch.6 Breathing

Ch. 6 Breathing

What is one type of breathing emergency? Respiratory Distress
What is another type of breathing emergency? Respiratory Arrest
What is the most common breathing emergency? Respiratory Distress
What is the condition that narrows the air passages? Asthma
A disease in which the lungs and alveoli lose their ability to exchange CO2 Emphysema
Condition resulting in inflammation of the lining of the trachea? Bronchitis
What is also known as anaphylaxis? Anaphylactic Shock
This occurs when breathing is faster than normal.. Hyperventalation
Most common cause of respiratory emergencies.. Airway obstruction
What occurs when the airway is blocked by th tounge? anatomical airway obstruction
This occurs when the airway is partially or completely blocked.. mechanical airway obstruction
A person with an obstructed airway can quickly stop breathing, lose consciousness and.. die.
A combination of 5 back blows followed by.. 5 abdominal thrusts
In respiratory arrest, breathing stops. The person gets no oxygen.
Rescue breaths are a way of.. breathing air into a victims lungs to supply that person with oxygen.
Air in the stomach can cause gastric distention
If a unconscious person vomits, he or she may aspirate
The opening in front of the neck is called.. the stoma
Signals of respiratory distress is.. Trouble breathing
Signals of anaphylaxis include.. a rash
Created by: cosborne