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Study Guide; Test 1 1. Be able to NAME components of the respiratory system (trachea, parts of lungs, etc.) when shown a picture of the system. 2. Understand the relaxation pressure curve and how to translate the pictures (A-E shown in class and in your notes). 3. Be able to NAME planes and anatomical orientations from figures. 4. Match definitions with terms (e.g., terms used and found in the notes, muscles with muscle actions/functions) 5. Know the processes of resting inspiration and expiration, and be able to identify what active and passive forces are being used. Questions are in multiple choice format for this information. 6. Know respiration for speech purposes. There is a question that involves
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Unformatted text preview: interpreting the effects of speech on the relaxation pressure curve. 7. Understand lung volumes and capacities (mostly matching terms with definition) 8. Know muscles active in inhalation and those active in exhalation. Types of questions Matching, multiple choice, short answer Pictures/figures shown Picture of respiratory system Pictures of lung/thorax unit related to relaxation pressure curve (pictures A-E) Picture of relaxation pressure curve with speech overlay (see diagram in notes) Human figures that depict planes (e.g., mid-sagittal) or orientations (e.g., lateral) Pictures showing inhalation and exhalation...
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This note was uploaded on 05/16/2011 for the course SPA 3101 taught by Professor Carson,d during the Spring '08 term at University of Central Florida.

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