Study Sheet 8 FINAL EXAM

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Study Sheet #8 – FINAL EXAM 1. What part of the lungs receives the greatest blood flow at rest? What part receives the best ventilation at rest? How does blood flow and ventilation changes during exercise? 2. What happens to pulmonary blood pressure during exercise? Explain. 3. What effect does low alveolar oxygen levels have on blood flow distribution in the lungs. 4. What two conditions tend to cause the lungs to try to collapse? What tends to oppose this collapse tendency? 5. What is hyaline membrane disease? (Respiratory Distress Syndrome) 6. Explain how ventilation takes place. 7. Be able to identify the following on a spirometer graph drawing and know definition of each of the following: a. Tidal Volume – b. Inspiratory Reserve Volume – c. Expiratory Reserve Volume – d. Residual Volume – e. Vital Capacity – f. Functional Residual Capacity – g. Total Lung Capacity – 8. What does FEV 1.0 stand for? FEV%? 9. Know how pressure and temperature changes affect gas volume changes. a. Atmospheric Pressure i. 760 mmHg b. An INCREASE in Pressure = A DECREASE in Volume. c.
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This note was uploaded on 04/17/2008 for the course PXW 499 taught by Professor Ronaldbrinkert during the Spring '08 term at North Dakota.

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