PSL_7030_Respiratory_Questions 2007

PSL_7030_Respiratory_Questions 2007 - (1) The respiratory...

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(1) The respiratory rhythm can be recorded from what component of the nervous system? (2) Under resting conditions is breathing typically controlled voluntarily? (3) Is the respiratory rhythm generated by an intrinsic pacemaker or a network? (4) What is the difference between a pacemaker and network model of respiratory rhythmogenesis? (5) What groups are comprised of neurons that discharge during inspiration? (6) What groups or complexes are comprised of expiratory neurons? (7) Name 2 functions of expiratory neurons? (8) Once the respiratory rhythm is generated where does it travel? (9) What is the name of the motoneurons that are located in C3-C5 of the spinal cord? (10) What is the name of the motoneurons located in the thoracic regions of the spinal cord? (11) What nerves innervate the diaphragm and external intercostal muscles? (12) What are the names of the accessory muscles of inspiration? (13) Is expiration normally an active or passive process? (14) Name two expiratory muscles? (15) How many generations of branching points are there in the tracheobronchial tree? (16) How many generations of branching points comprise the conducting zone of the tracheobronchial tree? (17) Does any gas exchange occur in the conducting zone? What is the name given to the volume of air found in the conducting zone? (18) What is the name of the vessel that carries deoxygenated blood from the heart to the lung? (19) How does the pulmonary artery differ from systemic arteries? (20) What is the function of type 2 alveolar cells? (21) What is the resting position of the lung and chest wall at the end of a normal expiration (name the lung volume)? (22) What are the resting positions of the lung and chest wall when they are uncoupled?
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(23) What is the transpulmonary pressure when the lung and chest wall are at their resting position? (24) What is the intrapleural pressure when the lung and chest wall are uncoupled? (25) What is normal lung compliance in a healthy adult?
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