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68WM6- A&P 4

Respiratory, Digestive, Acid Base, NG tube and Bowel Movement

QuestionAnswer
Name the 3 sections of the Pharynx. Nasopharynx, Oropharynx, Laryngopharynx
Name the 3 parts to the upper respiratory system. Nose, Pharynx, and Larynx
Name the 3 parts to the lower respiratory system. Trachea, Bronchial Tree, Lungs
Name the 4 sinuses Frontal, Sphenoidal, Maxillary, Ethmoidal
What are the tiny sacs where gas exchange occurs? Alveoli
How many mL are in the tidal volume? 500 mL
How many mL are in the vital capacity? 4800 mL
What is the expiratory reserve volume? The amount of air that can be forcibly exhaled after expiring the tidal volume.
What is the inspiratory reserve volume? The amount of air that can be forcibly inspired above the normal inspiration.
How does the diaphragm operate during inspiration? During expiration? It contracts during inspiration and relaxes during expiration.
The organs of the respiratory system are designed to perform two basic functions, what are they? Air distributor and gas exchanger.
What is the proper name for the "Voice Box"? Larynx
How many lobes does each lung have? The right has 3 while the left has 2.
Describe Internal Respiration. The exchange of gases between the blood and the tissues.
Describe External Respiration. The exchange of gases between the blood and air.
Name all of the components of the intestinal tract. Duodenum, Jejunum, Ileum, Cecum, Ascending Colon, Transverse Colon, Descending Colon, Sigmoid Colon and Rectum.
This is... B.S.
Where does most of the chemical digestion occur? The M.F. Duodenum!
Where is Bile produced? The Liver
What stimulates the secretion of CCK? Fats in the Chyme within the Duodenum.
What is the term for the breakdown process of chemical digestion? Hydrolysis
What is the term for a positively charged ion? Cation
What is the term for a negatively charged ion? Anion
What does 'C3H6O3' stand for? Lactic acid
Why aren't there more cards in my stack? Becasue this stuff takes forever!
What is the most severe abnormality found in stool? Blood... Duh...
How long does it take a bite of a Rib-Eye to get from mouth to toilet? Between 18 and 72 hours.
What is the best way to check for proper tube placement? X-ray, if you didn't get that one you should just quit the class now...
What condition would give you a blood gas test with results of: PH=7.32 PaCO2=41 HCO2=28 Metabolic Acidosis
What condition would give you a blood gas test with results of: PH=7.52 PaCO2=28 HCO2=23 Respiratory Alkalosis
Created by: MR. ROGERS