• 4 Pages DP_copd
    DP_copd

    School: Washington

    Course: P-respiratory Sys

    HUBIO 541 THE RESPIRATORY SYSTEM PATIENT DISEASE EXAMPLES PATIENT 1 The reduction in the FEV1/FVC ratio indicates that he has decreased elastic recoil (less driving pressure on exhalation) and/or increased resistance to airflow. Given that he has a

  • 7 Pages exercisephysiology
    Exercisephysiology

    School: Washington

    Course: P-respiratory Sys

    Medical Relevance of Exercise Physiology Our evolution: Physiologic adaptations allowing sustained muscular activity had survival value for hunter-gatherers hunterActivities of daily living: Exercise limitation a primary symptom of cardiac and pulmon

  • 3 Pages 05final
    05final

    School: Washington

    Course: P-respiratory Sys

    HU BIO 541 - THE RESPIRATORY SYSTEM FINAL EXAM December 12, 2005 Use a # 2 pencil. Be certain that ALL information is correctly and completely gridded. Under ID NUMBER print your UW student number. Under SPECIAL CODES print your School of Medicine I

  • 3 Pages 23PFtesting
    23PFtesting

    School: Washington

    Course: P-respiratory Sys

    Chapter 23 INTRODUCTION PULMONARY FUNCTION TESTING Contributing author: Bruce H. Culver, MD Pulmonary function testing encompasses a range of measurements from those that can be obtained readily at the bedside or in the home, to complex physiologic

  • 3 Pages 06Final
    06Final

    School: Washington

    Course: P-respiratory Sys

    HU BIO 541 - THE RESPIRATORY SYSTEM FINAL EXAM December 11, 2006 Use a number 2 pencil to mark your answer sheet. Under ID NUMBER print your UW student number and under SPECIAL CODES print your School of Medicine ID number. Mark the corresponding gr

  • 71 Pages respirationattheExtremes
    RespirationattheExtremes

    School: Washington

    Course: P-respiratory Sys

    Respiration at the Extremes Andrew M. Luks, MD Division of Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine HuBio 541 November 24, 2008 Our Focus To This Point of the Course B Today's Focus High Altitude P < 760 mm Hg Today's Other Focus Diving P > 760 mm

  • 3 Pages 13RestrictiveLungDis
    13RestrictiveLungDis

    School: Washington

    Course: P-respiratory Sys

    Chapter 13 RESTRICTIVE LUNG DISEASES Contributing authors: Carrie D. Chun, MD Ganesh Raghu, MD INTRODUCTION and GOALS Restrictive lung diseases are a group of disorders in which total lung capacity is decreased. Because respiratory mechanics involv

  • 3 Pages 16PulmonaryVascularDisease
    16PulmonaryVascularDisease

    School: Washington

    Course: P-respiratory Sys

    Chapter 16 PULMONARY VASCULAR DISEASES Contributing Authors: Andrew M. Luks, MD Robb Glenny, MD INTRODUCTION The vascular system of the lungs is unique in many respects. Unlike other organs, the lungs receive the entire cardiac output. Despite this

  • 8 Pages 01Anatomy
    01Anatomy

    School: Washington

    Course: P-respiratory Sys

    Chapter 1 ANATOMY OF THE THORAX AND LUNGS Contributing author: B. H. Culver, M.D. INTRODUCTION This section reviews the gross anatomy of the thorax, lungs, and airways with particular reference to the features that affect the mechanical function of t

  • 3 Pages 19PediatricPulmonary
    19PediatricPulmonary

    School: Washington

    Course: P-respiratory Sys

    Chapter 19 PEDIATRIC PULMONARY DISEASES Contributing author: Susan G. Marshall, M.D. INTRODUCTION and GOALS Children with respiratory diseases are commonly seen by those caring for infants, toddlers, children and adolescents in both the outpatient c

  • 3 Pages 10IntroClinRespDis
    10IntroClinRespDis

    School: Washington

    Course: P-respiratory Sys

    Chapter 10 INTRODUCTION TO CLINICAL RESPIRATORY DISEASE Contributing author: Bruce Culver, MD INTRODUCTION and GOALS This chapter serves as an introduction to the respiratory diseases that are considered in more detail in the subsequent chapters an

  • 3 Pages 28Exercise
    28Exercise

    School: Washington

    Course: P-respiratory Sys

    Chapter 28 THE CARDIAC AND RESPIRATORY RESPONSES TO EXERCISE Contributing authors: Andrew M. Luks, MD H. Thomas Robertson, MD INTRODUCTION and GOALS Most activities of daily living require only a modest amount of muscle strength or muscle endurance

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