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Parietal Pleura Outer layer of pleura that lines the walls of thoracic cavity, cover diaphram, and forms the sac containing lungs
Hypercapnia To much carbon dioxide in blood
Viseral Pleura Inner layer of pleura sourounds the lungs
Anoxia Absence of oxygen from bodies gases, blood or tissue
Diphtheria Prevented by immunization acute bacterial infection of the throat and upper respiratory tract
Pertussis aka Whooping Cough Contagious bacterial infection of upper respiratory tract--paroxysmal cough, followed by breathlessness and noisy inspiration
Influenza aka flu Acute highly contagious respiratory infection spread through repiratory droplets and occurs most commonly in epiedemics during colder months
Pneumothorax Accumulation of air in pleural space causing pressure imbalance that prevents the lungs from fully expanding
Cystic Fibrosis Genetic disorder which the lunhs and pancreas are clogged with large quantities of abnormally thick mucus
Empyema Collection of pus in a body cavity
Polysomnography Measure activity at night during sleep sleep study
COPD Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease Lung disease in hwich it is hard to breath
Pleura Thin, moist, and slippery membrane that covers outer surface of lungs and lines the inner surface of rib cage
Oropharynx Second division Portion is visiable when looking in mouth
Atelectasis Collaspe of part or all of the lungs by bloakage of air passeges or by very shallow breathing
Aphonia Loss of the ability of the larynx to procsuce normal speech sounds
Parietal Pleura Outer layer of pleura that lines the walls of thoracic cavity, cover diaphram, and forms the sac containing lungs
Hypercapnia To much carbon dioxide in blood
Viseral Pleura Inner layer of pleura sourounds the lungs
Anoxia Absence of oxygen from bodies gases, blood or tissue
Diphtheria Prevented by immunization acute bacterial infection of the throat and upper respiratory tract
Pertussis aka Whooping Cough Contagious bacterial infection of upper respiratory tract--paroxysmal cough, followed by breathlessness and noisy inspiration
Influenza aka flu Acute highly contagious respiratory infection spread through repiratory droplets and occurs most commonly in epiedemics during colder months
Pneumothorax Accumulation of air in pleural space causing pressure imbalance that prevents the lungs from fully expanding
Cystic Fibrosis Genetic disorder which the lunhs and pancreas are clogged with large quantities of abnormally thick mucus
Empyema Collection of pus in a body cavity
Polysomnography Measure activity at night during sleep sleep study
COPD Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease Lung disease in hwich it is hard to breath
Pleura Thin, moist, and slippery membrane that covers outer surface of lungs and lines the inner surface of rib cage
Oropharynx Second division Portion is visiable when looking in mouth
Atelectasis Collaspe of part or all of the lungs by bloakage of air passeges or by very shallow breathing
Aphonia Loss of ability of the larynx to produce normal speech sounds
Hypercapnia Abnormal buildup of carbon dioxide in blood
Hemoptysis Coughing up blood or blood stained sputum
Emphysema Progressive loss of lung function 1 decrease # alveoli 2 enlargement of remaining alveoli 3 pregressive destruction of alveoli walls
Acute nasopharyngitis Upper respiratory infection
Nasopharynx !st division posterier to the nasal cavity and continues downward toward the mouth
Lobar pneumonia Affects large areas of lungs often includes one or more parts or lobes of lungs
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