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LCC MEDA101 Respiratory

alveol/o aveolus
bronch/o bronchus (singul) bronchi (Plural)
bronchiol/o bronchiole
-ectasis expansion of dialation
laryng/o larynx (voice box)
lob/0 lobe
nas/o nose
rhin/o nose
or/o mouth
ox/o oxygen
pharyng/o pharynx throat
-phon voice, speach
phren/o diaphragm
pleur/o pleura
pneum/o air
pneumon/o lung/air
plumon/o lung
sinus/o sinus
spir/o breathe
thorac/0 chest
-thorax chest cavity
tonsill/o tonsil
adenoid adenoid
trache/o trachea
o/pnea breathe
o/ptysis spitting
endo- within
edema swelling
infiltrate penetrate tissue
Mucous membrane
Mucus product of Mucous
asthma broncho spasm inflimation
otomy incision
ectomy removal
ostomy create new opening
spasm involuntary movement
o/meter instrument used for measure
o/metry process of measuring
o/scopy process fo viewing with a scope
scope instrument used to view
ABGs Arterial Blood Gases
PFT Pulmonary Function Test
MRI Magnetic Resonance Imaging
CXR Chest X-ray
T tonsillectomy and adenoidectomy
CPR Cardiopulmonary resuscitation
CPAP Continuous positive airway pressure
COPD Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease
Bx biopsy
CT Computerized tomography
TB tuberculosis
URI upper respiratory infection
SOB shortness of breath
-otomy incision
-ectomy removal
-ostomy create a new opening
ometer instrument for measure
ometry procedure of measurement
oscopy visual examination
oscope instrument for visual examination
dilator opens or widens
spasm involuntary contraction or movement
aveolo aveolus
ectasis espansion of dilation
laryngo larynx or voice box
lob lobe
nas nose
rhin nose
or mouth
ox oxygen
pharyngo/o pharynx throat
phon voice speach
phren diaphragm
pleur pleura
pneum air
oneumon lung/air
pulmon lung
spir breathe
thorac chest
tonsill tonsil
adenoid tissue in back of throat
trache trachea
opnea breathe
apnea without breath
optysis spitting
endo within
uvula flesh in back of throat
vulva external female genetailia
edema excessive fluid in tissue/ swelling
infiltrate fluid of congestion in the lung only seen by a XT, to break through or overtake
mucous mucous membrane
mucus mucus , clear sticky fluid.
crackles abnormal breath sounds
rales abnormal breath sounds
rhonchi abnormal breath sounds
strior abnormal breath sounds
wheeze abnormal breath sounds
epistaxis nose bleed
expectoration coughing up flem or mucus
expectorant medacine to liquify mucus or flem for a more productive cough
sputum flem of mucus from lungs
demoptysis coughing up blood
asthma broncho spasn and inflimation
emphysema copd overexpansion of alveoli
COPD cannot take a deep breath
respiration breathing
antibiotic agent for killing microganisms
anaphlaxis shock systemic allergic reaction whole body
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