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Table 3.2

NASM 4th Edition: Chapter 3- Table 3.2 Structures of the Respiratory Pump

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What bones allow proper respiratory mechanics to occur? sternum
What bones allow proper respiratory mechanics to occur? ribs
What bones allow proper respiratory mechanics to occur? vertebrates
Normal breathing(inspiratory-inhalation) requires the use of what primary respiratory muscles? diaphragm
Normal breathing(inspiratory-inhalation) requires the use of what primary respiratory muscles? external intercostals
Heavy breathing(inspiratory-inhalation) requires the use of what primary respiratory muscles? scalenes
Heavy breathing(inspiratory-inhalation) requires the use of what primary respiratory muscles? sternocleidomastoid
Heavy breathing(inspiratory-inhalation) requires the use of what primary respiratory muscles? pectoralis minor
Normal breathing(expiratory-exhalation) requires the use of what primary respiratory muscles? Internal intercostals
Normal breathing(expiratory-exhalation) requires the use of what primary respiratory muscles? -abdominals
Is Inspiratory ventilation active contraction or passive contraction? Active contraction
Is Expiration ventilation active contraction or passive contraction? Active and Passive Contraction
What is Active contraction? active contraction of the inspiratory muscles to allow air to be drawn into the lungs
What is Expiratory Passive Contraction? passively relaxing the inspiratory muscles to move air out of the body
What is Expiratory Active Contraction? actively compressing the thoracic cavity to force air out of the body
During Normal breathing is expiratory ventiliation passive or active? passive
During Heavy breathing is expiratory ventiliation passive or active? active
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