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Potpourri

100

Chamber of the heart receiving deoxygenated blood
What is the right atrium?

100

spell the anatomical term for voicebox
What is the larynx?

100

process of moving air in and out
What is ventilation?

100

fluid in the lungs
What is pneumonia?

100

The term for a drug that strenghtens myocardial contraction.
What is a positive inotrope?

200

Only artery in the body carrying deoxygenated blood
What is the pulmonary artery?

200

two skeletal muscles responsible for breathing
What are the intercostals and diaphragm?

200

Type of respiration involving gas excvhange between blood and alveoli
What is external respiration?

200

genetic disorder causing excessively thick mucus in the bronchial passageways
What is Cystic Fibrosis?

200

Molecule carrying oxygen on red blood cells
What is hemoglobin?

300

valves closing to cause the second heart sound
What are the semilunar valves?

300

Name of nerve controlling the diaphragm
What is the Phrenic nerve?

300

Process of oxygen crossing avleoli epithelium into blood capillaries
What is diffusion?

300

4th leading cause of death; includes emphysema and chronic bronchitis
What is COPD?

300

Blood vessel carrying oxygenated blood into the left atrium of the heart
What is the pulmonary vein?

400

connective tissue layer protecting the heart
What is the pericardium/ epicardium?

400

Type of epithelial tissue found in the trachea and alveoli, respectively
What is pseudostratified and simple squamous?

400

Respiratory volume describing amount of total exchangeable air
What is vital (lung) capacity?

400

disorder caused by a lack of or decreased amount of fluid between the visceral and parietal pleural membranes
What is pleurisy?

400

air passageway connecting to alveoli
What is a bronchiole?

500

Order of vessels from lowest to highest pressure
What is veins, veinules, capillary beds, arterioles, arteries

500

The order of structures through which air passesd from oral cavity to alveoli
What is the oral cavity, oropharynx, laryngopharynx, larynx, trachea, primary bronchi, bronchioles, alveoli?

500

Respiratory volume higher in patients with emphysema
What is the functional residual capacity (FRC)? Will also accept residual capacity (RV)

500

device used to regulate the electrical conducting system in a person suffering from heart damage
What is a pacemaker?

500

Spell maneuvar used to forcibly remove food from an airway
What is the Heimlich?