Chapter 2 Outline - -Forces of passive exhalation gravity...

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Respiration: Outline - define respiration -define inspiration/inhalation -define expiration/exhalation -air pressure, and how it increases/decreases when shape of container changes -List 3 steps of respiration, and steps of expiration (slide titled “What Does Boyles’s law ……) -Differences between breathing for life and breathing for speech (summary slide of section 1) - Thorax: what it is, and what it includes, number of ribs, and how they attach to other structures like the sternum and backbone. -Soft tissue of the thorax (trachea, lungs, pleura). Know each of these in detail - breathing for speech -breathing for life -all steps and requirements of inhalation and exhalation -muscles of inspiration, their nature and their function: diaphragm, external intercostals, posterior thoracic, -Muscles of expiration, their nature and function: sternocleidomastoid, pictoralis major and minor, serratus anterior.
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Unformatted text preview: -Forces of passive exhalation: gravity, untorquing, elastic recoil.- Active forces of exhalation: rib cage, abdominal muscles-Muscles of forced exhalation: internal intercostals, subcostal muscles, serratus posterior-What do the abdominal compressors do?-What do the rib cage depressors do?-Study summary page of section 2-What is the wet spirometer used for?-respiratory cycle-Developmental changes in quiet respiration, and how many breaths per minute we do-lung volumes: tidal, inspiratory reserve, expir. Reserve, residual, resting lung volume, vidal capacity-effects of body posture on speech production-respiratory pressures: subglottic, alveolar, pleural-How are breathing for speech and breathing for life different -What happens when we continue speaking after running out of breath (and before taking in another breath)?-the 3 breathing patterns...
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