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physio 2

final exam plough phsio 2

what are the end of expiration and the begining of inspiration, the begining of inspiration, the end of inspiration and begining of expiration, and the expiratory phase the 4 phases of breathing
the volume of gas delivered during inspiritory phase tidal volume
drawing air into lungs the opposite of expiration inspiration
12-18 resperations per minute, adult at rest AV rate
maximum amount of air that can me inhalled following a normal quiet inspiration inspiritory reserve volume
volume exhaled forcefully from resting state expritory reserve volume
setting for ventilator where vent takes over if patient forgets to breathe IMV and SIMV
positive end expiritory pressure PEEP
continuous positive airway pressure CPAP
what occours during the P wave of the ecg waveform arterial depolorization
what ocours during the QRS wave of the ecg waveform ventricicle depolorization
What ocours during the T wave ventricle re-polorization
characteristic notch in the arterial blood pressure waveform diacrotic notch
when checking the accuracy of a pressure transducer a technician should zero it
application of electric shock to a patient, in order to stop and reset their heart defibrillation
which of the following requrire the sync cardioversion atrial flutter
count the l's such as left leg and so on to figure out which lead
white on right smoke over fire lead colors
in sync cardioversion when is the charge applied 30uS after the R wave
what types of waves can propigate through vacuum electromagnetic waves
when using internal padles what is the energy limit 50j
oxyhemoglobin, dioxyhemoglobin, carboxyhemoglobin, methoxyhemoglobin types of hemoglobin
on a defib input a 60bpm waveform normal sinusodal rithym. should have a large spike every 5 large boxes how do you test recorder speed
volume of air in lungs after maximum expiritory effort residual volume
wavelenghth for red light 660nm
wavelength for infared light 940nm
blood pressure as measured by a sphmigmometer the blood pressure high number systolic
blood pressure low number diastolic
the closure of the aortic valve at the onset of diastoli diacrotic notch
volume representing the normal inspriation and expiration of 500ml or 7ml per KG of body weight tidal volume
fingernail polish, ambient light, movement, and poor circulation contribute to spo2
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