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Respiratory System

Respiratory System - Respiratory System • OBJECTIVES –...

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Unformatted text preview: Respiratory System • OBJECTIVES: – Brief anatomy overview – Discuss the mechanics of pulmonary ventilation • Note several important clinical measurements of ventilation – Describe the exchange of respiratory gases between air and blood • Gas pressures – Describe the transport of respiratory gases via blood – Briefly list several mechanisms of respiratory control Respiratory System • Quick breakdown – Upper Respiratory System • Nose • Nasal Cavity • Sinuses • Oral Cavity • Pharynx – Lower Respiratory System • Larynx • Trachea • Bronchial Tree • Alveoli Respiratory Anatomy • Upper Respiratory System Respiratory Anatomy • Lower Respiratory System – LARYNX LARYNX Respiratory Anatomy • Lower Respiratory System – LARYNX * Vocal fold = vocal ligament LARYNX Respiratory Anatomy • Lower Respiratory System - TRACHEA Respiratory Anatomy • Lower Respiratory System – BRONCHI – ALVEOLI Respiratory Anatomy • Lower Respiratory System – ALVEOLI (air sacs) Respiratory Anatomy • Lower Respiratory System - LUNGS Respiratory Anatomy • Lower Respiratory System – PARIETAL PLURA Respiratory Anatomy • Lower Respiratory System – PARIETAL PLURA Respiratory Anatomy • Lower Respiratory System – VISCERAL PLURA – PLURAL SPACE (filled with fluid) V i s c e r a l P l e u r a P a r i e t a l P l e u r a Respiratory Anatomy • Pleural Membranes – clinical issues NORMAL PLEURITIS / PLEURISY PLEURITIS / PLEURISY Respiratory Anatomy • Pleural Membranes – clinical issues PNEUMOTHORAX PNEUMOTHORAX Atelectasis (Collapsed Lung) Atelectasis (Collapsed Lung) secondary to air/blood/excess fluid invading pleural space secondary to air/blood/excess fluid invading pleural space Respiratory Anatomy • Pleural Membranes – clinical issues PNEUMOTHORAX (Collapsed Lung)...
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