Pulmonary Homework - Pulmonary Homework – Chapter 26&...

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Pulmonary Homework – Chapter 26 & 26 Chapter 26 – items Question # Match the definitions 1-9 Order the steps 10 Circle the correct words 15-22 Teach people about physiology 51-53 Chapter 27- items Question # Match the definitions 1-9 Circle the correct words 15-22 Order the steps 25 Describe the difference 30 Case Study: Mr. Yarborough 67-69 Chapter 26: Structure and Function of the Pulmonary System 1. I- Mediastinum 2. A- Surfactant 3. H-Mucus 4. E-Compliance 5. F-Acinus 6. G-Pleura 7. B-Hila 8. C-Elastin 9. D-Carina 10. E (Nose), C (Nasopharynx), G (Larynx), B (Trachea), D (Bronchi), A (Bronchioles), F (Respiratory bronchioles), I (Alveolar ducts), H (Alveoli) 15. The left lobe of the lung has two lobes: the right lobe of the lung has three lobes. 16. The pulmonary circulation has lower pressure and resistance than the systemic circulation. 17. Pulmonary veins are spaced randomly throughout the lungs, but the primary arteries run beside the branches of the airways. 18.pulmoanry veins carry oxygenated blood and are attached to the left atrium. 19. The most effective way to measure the adequacy of alveolar ventilation is to measure PaCO2 . 20.The neurons that control respiration are located in the brainstem .
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